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Can I rebuild an expired domain content pages using archive*org ? is it a good idea?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by killuaX, Jan 23, 2015.

  1. killuaX

    killuaX Junior Member

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    Edit: Nevermind I figured it out. :)
     
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  2. Nattsurfaren

    Nattsurfaren Regular Member

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    I'm not sure of this but you might watch out for duplicate content if you copy from archive org. I could find several expired domains that had 4-5 sites with duplicate content.
     
  3. arkada14

    arkada14 Newbie

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    can you please show me how to rebuild expired domains
     
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    nandugan Regular Member

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    If you try to rebuild the old domain contents, you must focus on some points that I shown below:
    # The new contents must have effective with low competition keywords.
    # Better to avoid spam or bad backlinks.
    # The coding must be perfect to optimize the page and the contents like images, videos etc.

    But I think this rebuild technique will not going to be effective in ranking. It won't great for SEO. So better to check the domain metrics and use it for 301 redirection if you have another money site.

    Best wishes.:)