Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Rachmaninoff, May 16, 2019.
How much you paid for the expired domain?
Because you rebuilt the content it looks like Google figured the site has moved to a new domain and is transferring the former trust and link equity.
How many pages did you rebuild, only the homepage or more?
Did you create a wayback restore with the old theme and HTML code or did you only rebuild the content on a new wordpress install?
*expired domain searching intensifies*
looks very promissing ....
Yes an english site
5,4k daily visitors.
I have told you there is no past data traffic for my expired domain on SEMRush that close to the number you are mentioned. The domain has no high traffic since it's created a year ago. There is no traffic similarity in this case.
Besides whose domain is that anyway?
Thanks. I'll post an update if I can.
You're asking me or him? Because that is not my expired domain.
Sometimes the luck plays a big role in IM
how much you bought the old domain?
someone please stop him god damn it
I have answered it. $80 bucks
Well you're funny. But that's not my domain.
Wanna join my bandwagon?
For some reason, this somewhat inspires me. Thanks OP
this is anomaly, you get goldmine
It's against forum rules to out another members website.
You should delete your post or there is a risk of being banned.
Dude what wrong with you.. You post his website here..
Holy. Nice find regardless you're like the Vendetta of BHW
Next time you want to do this and find someone's site, instead of posting it publically, at least use common sense to speak in private beforehand to ensure it is/is not the members' site.
Good stuff. Moving to another domain rather than just having plain old 301 is smart.
I did the same too other than the fact that I built the content directly onto the expired domain.
I think your method sounds way better.
I actually do this before the 301 if the expired domain is not in the index. It looks natural to inform the users that you are moving to new domain for a month or two, then go for 301. If the link didnt tank the website, then the 301 wont do it too so..
Separate names with a comma.