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Apache redirects

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I have written the redirect rule something like this in httpd.conf file

RewriteRule ^/internetadvertising(.*)$ http://marketing.abc.com/products/abc-online/ [R=301,L,NE]

The issue I am facing is whenever i hit the any of the source URL mentioned below, its going to http://marketing.abc.com/products/abc-online/ that is second Destination URL.

I am facing difficult to make apache to understand to differenciate the below two source URL so that it can land up in respective destination URL.

1)Source URL-->https://yelldirect.com/internetadvertising/searchmarketingservices/ Destination URL-->http://marketing.yell.com/products/search-marketing-services/


2)Source URL -->https://xyz.com/internetadvertising/payperclick/ Destination URL-->http://marketing.abc.com/products/abc-online/

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Put something like

RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^xyz\.com$


RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^yelldirect\.com$

before each RewriteRule, repectively.
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