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Blasting an available domain name reesulting in no penalty? Pre-ownership link juice Q&A..

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by txhepoker, Jan 31, 2011.

  1. txhepoker

    txhepoker Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Sorry for the spelling in the title...



    Hello all,

    My question is would links from a non registered domain count once it is registered.

    If yes and you had a domain you were certain that would not be registered, why would we not blast the hell out of it and let it sit for a bit and then register it. Would this avoid any penalties as it was not registered at the time of the offense?

    Just curious if anyone has had any trials with this theory....

    Thank you
     
  2. MattBlethen

    MattBlethen Junior Member

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    Interesting concept... there's potential in the idea, I don't have the resources to test it, but if you do, you should report back with results.
     
  3. txhepoker

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    If nobody has tried it, I will give the thread a day and then try it and report back..
     
  4. zverr

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    I never thought of that. There is also the benefit of avoiding any potential complains to your hosting provider. The only problem I see is when google indexes the links and sees that they don't link to anything, will it count them later or just count them as dead links. The only way to know is to test it.
     
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    Nice job on the hosting providor thing. That is definately an added bonus.

    I'm doing a blast right now on a domain just dropped.
     
  6. txhepoker

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    Bueller..... Bueller....
     
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    I read something where someone tried an experiement with this on SEOmoz or somewhere.

    Their findings were basically that, if a domain stays registered, and is transfered, it keeps the links value, but if it drops, a lot of the links become discounted as G picks up that the site isn't there.

    I'd say try it though, take a look at the pagerank on yourdomain.com, even after this update it's still a PR6, and it's just a holding page, but people unaware put links to it all the time when they are making URL examples.

    Go for it I say!