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    Talking Help .. google still indexed my old website name


    my old website is d e l u x m a l l ... and i recently changed it to deluxemall

    However if you google it .. google still ask you

    "which you mean d e l u x m a l l"

    I think google is very confused, ppl tell me it takes time for it to indexed but how long????
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    At the moment, there are a lot more links pointing to your old domain. Keep building your link profile for the new domain so that Google will recognise it as a strong contender for that word. It's far from a competitive keyword so it won't take too much effort to get ranked at number 1.
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    Your old domain may be more competitive at the moment because it has been indexed and cached for a long time already. Try linking to your new domain so the spiders will crawl it. And once it knows that you have transferred your data to the new domain, it will eventually drop the old domain.

    If you still have access to your old domain, might as well add a paragraph saying that you have transferred to a new domain and then from there you can link to your new domain.
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    Originally Posted by markmaranga
    Your old domain may be more competitive at the moment because it has been indexed and cached for a long time already. Try linking to your new domain so the spiders will crawl it. And once it knows that you have transferred your data to the new domain, it will eventually drop the old domain.

    If you still have access to your old domain, might as well add a paragraph saying that you have transferred to a new domain and then from there you can link to your new domain.
    It looks like he has 301d the old domain to the new

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