Can you 301 a jpeg to a page and preserve the link power?

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Say you have a file www . whatever . com/image.jpg and the file is lost, instead of the 404 for hotlinkers or whatever, can you 301 the internal jpeg link to a .html page and transfer the SEO juice?
 

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Say you have a file www . whatever . com/image.jpg and the file is lost, instead of the 404 for hotlinkers or whatever, can you 301 the internal jpeg link to a .html page and transfer the SEO juice?
If you just want to redirect an image to a URL

Using this code in your.htaccess file, it worked for me.

Code:
Redirect 301 /your-image-folder/your-image.jpg http://www.example.com/your-page.html

Can 301 the internal jpeg link to a .html page and transfer the SEO juice?

For this question, I also want to wait answers from some SEO experts here.
 

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Yeah, they totally passes the link juice. It may occur sometime that you will loose your previous rankings but as it is a html page instead of image and it will appear in the general search results instead of in the images section of the search engines, you will get ranked eventually.
 

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That is PIMP, I have been doing SEO for a little time, and never once did I ever read about that. That has the potential to be badass, thanks so much for sharing that information, this forum is full of badasses pretty much.
 
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