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Can we use expired domains for Tier 2 or 3 ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by yourdady, Sep 8, 2014.

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  1. yourdady

    yourdady Regular Member

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    Hi,

    If we buy expired domain and use it that domain backlinks for tier 2 or 3 using 301 redirect in that way we dont need make backlinks for our tier 2 or 3 or can we use that backlink for tier 1 aswell please if you have any experience please share


    Thank you
     
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    if you have money go ahead. also it would be better if you have a direct link rather than 301
     
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    you mean upload content to that website and make it tier 1 is that right?
     
  4. SteveWaller

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    So are you talking about using some other type of link as your Tier 1 such as Web 2.0 and then 301ing some expired domains to those pages to boost them? I guess you would get the benefit of being able to choose the URL of your Web 2.0 but unless you are only 301ing a single expired domain to each, it could get expensive. Or are you crawling the web for your expired domains to get them for reg fee?
     
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    nanavlad Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    That will work.
    Its also good protection for your money site, its only a matter of time till google starts slapping the 301, While it might be natural for a site to have one or 2 redirects to it, any more than that is a red flag.

    Personally I prefer to build a generic blog in my niche with a link to my money site.
     
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    I don't see how you can used expired domains to juice up Tier 2 and Tier 3 links without going bankrupt.
     
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    khairoclood Newbie

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    if you have money why not
     
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    Why not you build a site on that expire domain and get a contextual link?
     
  9. SteveWaller

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    If he is getting the domains for reg fee through the scraping method then it's not all that expensive - it all comes down to how well you monetize the resulting rankings and traffic.
     
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    You can use it for Tier 1 links man. you can get tier 2 tier 3 links in marketplace for low cost!
     
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    We really appreciate your expertise and signature posting and all that mate, but don't dig out 2 year old threads please.
     
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