301 redirect is still working great

Nah....paying 4 figures on a single expired domain is retarded nowadays....better option is to take that 4 figures find 30 mid authority websites that are active and relevant to you niche and pay for an article on those websites. Your ROI will be 10x.
Have you made such experiment or this is just your opinion? I have several projects where i spend 5k+ on guest posts and niche edits, but it still even close to such results
 
Have you made such experiment or this is just your opinion? I have several projects where i spend 5k+ on guest posts and niche edits, but it still even close to such results
Yes, this my new goto ranking solution. I also have others solutions that are really blackhat but for soft websites what I wrote above works wonders for me. G is clamping hard on PNBs and the ROI is declining for PBNs.

If you spend that much with no results it means you are doing it wrong.
 
Nah....paying 4 figures on a single expired domain is retarded nowadays....better option is to take that 4 figures find 30 mid authority websites that are active and relevant to you niche and pay for an article on those websites. Your ROI will be 10x.

Registration costs on those 30 domains is $300 alone + content + hosting. I am good, enjoy your "non retarded" approach. :)
 
Registration costs on those 30 domains is $300 alone + content + hosting. I am good, enjoy your "non retarded" approach. :)
How long we need to keep the expired domain to get the complete link juice when 301. I mean, how many years I need to renew that newly bought expired domain when I do the redirect?
 
I'm not sure if such websites will live long. A guy who bought my niche blog did the same technique. He bought 4-5 relatively small sites in the same niche and merged them into one. Republished the articles on all websites and redirected all the old pages to the new domain. I cannot disclose the name of the website, but the thing really worked like a charm. I had many articles that struggled to rank on my website but after the merge almost all of them started climbing up and now they are driving insane amount of traffic to his new domain.

The shit works, but I recently noticed a decline in the traffic on Ahrefs. It started on May 25 - the day the core update started rolling out ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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There are a few things to consider about Answergy, cause I'm familiar with the "phenomena". I'm tagging it like this, because there were a few conversations on social media about Q&A sites. Wanted to build a few myself, but I've given up the idea at some point because I've concluded their success is based on their links, not on the Q&A format.

1. That wasn't a classic redirection made for "juice"-gain, that was a full-redirected migration.
2. The initial website is in the same category with several other Q&A websites that suffered a huge blow in the past few weeks, and probably had a manual penalty.
3. Check-out the backlink profile of the initial site. I didn't analyze it, but if it falls in the same Q&A category of successful websites, should have a ton of hacked links/niche edits.

They've done it to avoid the manual penalty triggered by their backlink profile. This method didn't seem to work for a while now, but if it grows consistently in the following months, it's probably working again.
 
I'm not sure if such websites will live long. A guy who bought my niche blog did the same technique. He bought 4-5 relatively small sites in the same niche and merged them into one. Republished the articles on all websites and redirected all the old pages to the new domain. I cannot disclose the name of the website, but the thing really worked like a charm. I had many articles that struggled to rank on my website but after the merge almost all of them started climbing up and now they are driving insane amount of traffic to his new domain.

The shit works, but I recently noticed a decline in the traffic on Ahrefs. It started on May 25 - the day the core update started rolling out ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Hi,Is the expired domain name it purchased restored content and hosted? Or after purchase, do 301 redirect directly without any action?
 
He didn't purchase expired domain names. He purchased 4-5 small running websites and registered a new domain name. Then, he republished the content the bought sites had on the newly registered domain and then redirected the bought sites to the new domain. In short, he merged multiple small sites into one on a new domain.
 
Registration costs on those 30 domains is $300 alone + content + hosting. I am good, enjoy your "non retarded" approach. :)
I think he meant to say "guest posts are the way to go" which means he wouldn't register any domains cause he would just outreach to people and ask if they can accept his content with links.

Anyways, one would need to pay for content + being able to post their content with links on those websites.

Laur seems to be against PBNs.

G is clamping hard on PNBs and the ROI is declining for PBNs.
 
The shit works, but I recently noticed a decline in the traffic on Ahrefs. It started on May 25 - the day the core update started rolling out ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
He might've got drop in rankings not because of redirected domains, there are many reasons for the drop.
 
Ask a question: I 301 redirected a high-level expired domain name to the homepage of a niche website on the 21st of last month. Its RD is about 200, and it contains some top-level backlinks, and the niches of the two are relatively related. .
It's been 4 weeks now that I've been redirected, and I've seen some keywords that didn't rank before now going to page 2 or 3 of Google, but some of my target keyword rankings haven't changed, is this still a very good sign ? Do I still have to wait a month?
 
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