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can i register expired BLOGSPOT web 2.0?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by shenski, Mar 6, 2017.

  1. shenski

    shenski Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Can i register expired blogspot web 2.0 blog?

    how can i find it.. and with keyword..
     
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    Never tried it, but I guess it might work.
    Grab scrapebox, a list of keywords, and search for keyword site:blogspot.com. Then use Scrapebox'es Alive Checker free plugin to see which ones are up.
     
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    2 days before I read a thread in this forum on " Method to finding expired web 2.0 blog". But this method don't work for me.
     
  4. shenski

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    im sure tumblr can register but i want blogspot or wordpress maybe weebly
     
  5. mindmaster

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    Yes they can be re-registered.

    The tricky parts about blogspot is that after deletion they will hold for 90 days the username as unavailable. They do this in case previous blogger changes his mind. The blog will show a 404 page, but when you try to register it will say it is not available.

    Another part a bit tricky is the platform itself. It's one of the most sensitive ones among web2.0's.

    And if those 2 aren't enough, blogspots with decent TF and backlinks are so fucking rare that you are better of spending the time or money on getting an expired domain.

    I've scraped millions of blogs only in the past few hours. Imagine how many in the past 4-5 years. I've gone through most web2.0 platforms. The best ones in terms of supply (how many are out there), how effective they are and how easy are to manage are this 3: tumblr, weebly and overblog.

    If you go after overblog, keep in mind to make a post once you register a new blog. Otherwise they will delete the blog for inactivity after a few weeks.

    For weebly, clean your cookies and use a clean IP between registering a new blog. They can be a bit sensitive at times, but if they want to verify you by sms you can use smspva. They take only $0.2 per verification. Also, try and spend a bit of time building the blog like a real blogger would.

    For tumblr, there aren't so many rules. Almost always a clean IP will be enough even if you register multiple accounts in a short time. However, since you want your properties to be live for as long as possible, use multiple IPs and clean cookies. Plus it is easy to do all that and it has almost 0 costs.
     
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