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301 Redirect Expired Domains to Money Site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by billsfan2012, Jun 29, 2014.

  1. billsfan2012

    billsfan2012 Regular Member

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    I've been building a PBN since beginning of the year and I have about 3 domains recently purchased that I need to set up.

    Quite frankly, I don't have the time, because I'm working on a few other sites right now that take priority.

    But in the meantime I "stumbled upon" a method that involves 301 redirect Expired Domains to your money site to give it a boost?

    My question:

    Let's say I decide to 301 Redirect my new Expired Domains to a money site (affiliate marketing campaign) for a couple months to get the benefit instead of just letting these expired domains sit, and then remove their 301 redirect when I have time to build them.

    Is there ANY risk to my Expired Domain if I'm using it to 301 redirect to a money site for 2-3 months and then I convert it back to a regular site when it's time to build?
     
  2. jackl

    jackl Regular Member

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    Yes, there is a risk.
     
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    Kralj187 Senior Member

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    There is always a high risk when sites are 301 directly to money site.
     
  4. billsfan2012

    billsfan2012 Regular Member

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    Ok so what is the purpose of people doing this with expired domains they paid for? Obviously it wouldn't be worth the trouble unless the Expired Domain had decent domain authority in the first place, so you're telling me people would spend $100+ on an expired domain to 301 redirect just to end up killing the Expired domain and the money site?

    Here's the thing, I don't care about the Money Site being penalized later on because I'm going for churn and burn

    I'm only worried about the fate of the Expired Domain that will temporarily point to the temporary money site. Does this change anything?
     
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    I wonder about the same thing , hope someone can answer
     
  6. iPinner

    iPinner Senior Member Premium Member

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    Not sure if you've missed this thread but it explains everything pretty much
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    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo/680276-method-sudos-churn-burn-lead-generation.html
     
  7. supportnhelp

    supportnhelp Regular Member

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    i think, it will not effect. ur domains will be good. i bought some prerelease domains, those were 301, after i bought and build site, its work fine. Links are there, DA there. it work fine.

    But u still never know, there can be risk. what about 302 (temp redirect) ???
     
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    The truth is that no one really knows. The 301 redirect used to work few years back. It probably does not work too well now. (Of course Google can figure out if there are too many 301 redirects to a domain).

    Personally, if I did not have the time, I would just put up a single page site on the domain and let it be. I would come back later when I had the time and flesh it out then. If it is a valuable expired domain, then why take the risk?