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Advice needed for foreign domain registration

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by farkasb, Jul 2, 2013.

  1. farkasb

    farkasb Junior Member

    Oct 12, 2012
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    Hi Guys,

    Short intro:
    I've been around on this forum for a while, mostly learning so far, but i've already started to take action. I've opened a webshop on a local market (non-english) and I want to rank it on "G" of course. My strategy is (among other things) to create contextual links from quality blogs, as that's what I found was one of the most recommended strategy nowadays.

    I'm going to register an expired domain (to put a WP or something on it for my T1 blog, and get more domains to setup a private network), with quite good DA(21) PA(29) and domain page rank 4 (even with 150 backlinks). I think this would be perfect for this purpose. I have a few questions though, I would like to ask your opinion about:

    - The domain is expired already (got expired a few days ago, but still), so I can freely register. I can still see it's page rank, DA PA etc.. everything. Would it keep those values after I register it? I mean, owner will change, host will change etc.. for this domain.
    - Would it keep domain age or it will be taken as brand new?
    - Should I try to pull the old content from archive in order to make it look like as it was, to make the big G preserve it's PR? or I can just start over a completely different site? What is your experience in this?
    - Is it worth it at all? It's a small market, hard to find sites where I could put my articles on. That's why I'm thinking of building a small private network. Besides, I can easily find such domains here, probable because nobody is really doing this yet.

    It's my first post here, so please don't be too harsh on me :)

    Your advice is appreciated.
  2. soriful

    soriful Newbie

    Jun 29, 2013
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    We think this would be perfect for this purpose.This could include providing information in a foreign language or an interpreter. your advice is appreciation.