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[BETA TESTERS] Website Restoration - Rebuild Expired Domains

Discussion in 'Service Reviews & Beta Testers Help Wanted' started by cnick79, Jun 10, 2015.

  1. cnick79

    cnick79 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I have a service that will download a website archived in the wayback machine. This is a great opportunity to get an expired domain rebuilt for a PBN or revenue stream.

    What You Receive
    • You will receive a zipped file containing all of the HTML, images, css, js files found.
    • The same directory hierarchy is preserved.
    • Only links to your <example.com> domain will be restored.
    • Static pages only. We can only restore pages as they would appear to a browser visit.

    Requirements


    PM me the link if you don't want your domain public.

    Please allow 1-2 business days to complete as we analyze and test the results.
     
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    Thank! Finally Approved. I thought this got lost.

    Since then, we can now 301 redirect internal links that couldn't get restored to the homepage.
     
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    Good luck with your thread.
    I am using RoboTools (r-tools.org) for restoration
     
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    Might give this a shot. Count me in, will send a URL (still have to select and wait on majestic to finish updating their metrics) by end of this week.

    thx
     
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    Shoot me a PM with your URL(s) when you are ready.
     
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    Sounds interesting, though I guess most of the time if you need to restore a domain you'd need mainly the content as that was unique and it's worth getting back, as for the way the site looks, the new owner can just use a different theme as long as the site structure is the same and the content is there
     
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  7. cnick79

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    Indeed. The second phase of this will be an option for extracting the content only. Extracting the content is easy once you identify the content on the page. It's a matter of doing it as part of the service or providing a program for the user to do it.