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Archive.org redirects and domain question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Adrianx, Oct 29, 2014.

  1. Adrianx

    Adrianx Registered Member

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    Hi, when I check a domain (for building a PBN) in archive.org (when I check the lastest captures) it redirects me to a subdomain like

    ww1.domainiamchecking.com
    ww4.domainiamchecking.com

    and so on..

    Why is this happening? It is worth it?

    Why is your opinion for a DA/PA +50, very good backlinks, +60 .edu sites, links from standford, nytimes and so on (like +20), no drops in 12 years, but when you check Page Rank is: 0. Why is 0 if the domain never dropped? Is not in Google index because it was used like 6 years ago.
     
  2. SteveWaller

    SteveWaller Regular Member

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    In all likelihood, the domain has been parked for several years. This would explain the redirects to those domains which look like domain parking to me and it would also explain why the PR is 0 because Google would probably have gotten rid of any PR it did have once it realised that it was parked.

    If those metrics and backlinks are correct and you are 100% certain that this has not been spammed in any way then you are looking at a very strong domain.
     
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  3. Adrianx

    Adrianx Registered Member

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    Thanks for your answer. I supposed that redirecting to ww1 and ww2 it doesn't mean that the domain is a spammy one or making some tricky tactics, but I wanted to be sure.