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Old 4th August 2009, 06:19 PM
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Re: How should I redirect accented/unaccented Greek domain?

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Originally Posted by yanni View Post
I believe 302 as well, but maybe wait for the seo gurus here.

OTOH I've been 301 redirecting many domains to certain sites and I don't see any problems.
Cool, thanks yanni. I'll try a 302 unless otherwise advised
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Originally Posted by alexd
The 302 sounds about right. For one of my sites ( which I recently changed from .html to .php files ) I used a 301 redirect ( a permanent redirect, as the html files no longer exist ). The 302 is a temporary redirect. I am not 100% sure about any SEO penalties regarding using a 302 instead of a 301.

However, if you plan to keep both domains, then I think a 301 would be fine to use. All you would need to do is to create a .htaccess file and upload it to the root folder of the domain.
302 it is then, ty.

Do I have to do it using htaccess? Can I do it from a registrar?

BTW, Greek translators have been THE most expensive to hire... this is gonna be my last project in this language, until PPC gets over the 0.01 hump!
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