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can domains be profitable bought, link juiced and sold by a newb?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by ironnchef, Jul 8, 2015.

  1. ironnchef

    ironnchef Newbie

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    I'm new to BHW and SEO, but i've been lurking for a while and have a question.

    If i were to buy a recently deleted domain thats not great, but lets say PR 2 or 3 (old_deleted_domain just as an example) and associated CF/TF for lets say 30 dollars, and then link my PBN / web20 / social network to this domain, which should increase its stats, will i then be able to sell that domain for a profit?

    Lets say after a month of dripping PBN (PR 5-9 and other relevant stats) and other links to the old_deleted_domain, will my SEO work have been enough to increase the SEO stats of the recently purchased old_deleted_domain to increase its value above 100 dollars for people who buy domains?

    please forgive me if this is a stupid question, but i've been reading threads in the forum and am still learning how the economics of SEO can work for somebody who is just starting out.
     
  2. ironnchef

    ironnchef Newbie

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    also, related question...if i send all this link juice and low value twitter links/tweets to a blog of mine, is it reasonable to expect 100-200 organic visits per week? If so, why wouldn't people create 100 blogs and put adsense on all of them?

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    ok, i've read a few sites about creating my own PBN (i'm new to SEO, so don't flame me), and the main point seems to revolve around purchasing a bunch (5-10 to start) of good expired domains (DA 15-20+). All the other tactics are about evading google and not leaving a footprint to trace, and seem pretty straightforward (use a virtual hosting provider so they all get hosted on different IPs and its easy to administer, don't interlink the PBN domains, create original content, diversify the structure and "treat the PBN sites with respect")

    However, when i look at the expired domain sites (the real source of the BPN site's power), it seems that all the good expiring domains are either expensive, or get bought....they never seem to expire to the point where i can buy them just for the registration fee. Is there a special place / time where good domains expire and can be had just for the registration fee? Or is this just how it is? I'm just starting out, so don't have a lot of money to spend on buying domains.

    any advice?

    thanks
    -chef
     
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  3. iulipwnz

    iulipwnz Registered Member

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    I buy my domains from expireddomains.net, you can filter domains easy so..good luck :)
     
  4. Lunatic Call

    Lunatic Call Regular Member

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    Problem for you is that there a big fishes with five figure+ software to sort millions of expired domains and get them first. But still you can get lucky, but luck is not same as business. Also Please pay close attention to CF and TF as I consider them more important (in correlation with another metrics of course ) nowadays. Looking at your post I see that you first ask then you surf and get answers yourself , so I suggest spent more time reading different paths on this forum as very often they give very detailed step by step instructions. According to boosting your PBN and then resell it - I don't think it worth time/money, probably I might be wrong.

    P.S If you will make your blog PR5-PR9 PM I will buy it for 100$ :))))