Later Impact Of A 301 Redirect?

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I have a pair of domains, where one is a word, ".com" and one is
the same word, but with a country code.

Now, I just use a 301 Redirect from the country code version, to
the ".com" version.

But later, I might decide to make some content specifically for
the country code version.  So that the two versions will be

Is there a risk of current 301 "Permanent" redirect causing a
problem?  Like engines avoiding that domain for a long time?  
Since I have stated that it should be "Permanent"-ly redirected
to the other domain?

Thanks for any ideas...

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Re: Later Impact Of A 301 Redirect?

On Sun, 14 Oct 2007 21:21:54 -0700, Usenet2007@THE-DOMAIN-IN.SIG

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Strictly speaking it should be a 302 redirect. That means temporary.
However, I have to point out, why are you doing this in the first
place? Just don't have the other domain name point anywhere. Just park

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