joined:July 24, 2015
I've been researching like crazy - and it's driving me crazy. I'm wondering if you all would have advice on how to deal with the SEO implications for my situation.
Our company has 2 different websites for the same business on 2 different domains - both serving up very redundantly similar same content: www.domainA.com & www.domainB.com. I've redesigned a new website that will live at www.domainA.com once it launches (will replace the current www.domainA.com website) and the site at www.domainB.com will be removed so that we have a single consolidated domain / website for our company.
Do you think the best solution is to set up page-specific 301 redirects from www.domainB.com to www.domainA.com - AND page-specific 301 redirects from OLD www.domainA.com pages to NEW www.domainA.com pages? FYI much of the content structure has changed as well, so not all pages correspond to the new site - should those simply 301 to the root of www.domainA.com?
Is there a concern setting up 301s from both domains?
To add more confusion, the www.domainB.com version of our site barely shows up in Google - www.domainA.com is the dominant site that shows up in Google.