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Chinese/Japanese Text in Expired Domain. Should i Ignore?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by myfault, Dec 22, 2015.

  1. myfault

    myfault Power Member

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    Most of the domains have such type of foreign languages like Chinese/Japanese, when i translate them through google, it seems like there is no spamming domain and their anchor text is only pointing to some ecommerce, fashion, health related sites, also the backlinks is also not looks spammy but still people say to avoid, is it really meant to avoid or should i use them for PBN purpose?
     
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    LeanLow Senior Member

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    Don't use .
     
  3. terrycody

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    as a Chinese and an expert in expired domains ( sorry dont banish me lol), i will clear you a bit, if you found sth useful, then glad I can help

    1) when you found Japanese anchors, 99.9% chance its spammed, so dont use all domains with Japanese anchors, you will not regret this(but i surely encounter some non spammed ones), and I will tell you another thing, some "spammed" Japanese PBN domains can be reuse again, because Google seems pretty forgotten about some domains, or just they forgot to renewal, anyway, better leave away, nothing lose

    2) when you found some Chinese anchors, 50% chance, its Clean, 50% chance, it is related to Games hack/online casinos, so the answer? Yeah, leave away, you may lose some gems in this way, but better not take the risks

    3) Japanese use Google.co.jp, thats why you see so many, or even tons of Japanese PBNs, because it worked in the past or now, but you may never meet a Chinese PBN, because thats no sense to do that, we use baidu.com, means, its completely different from Google, PBN trck doesnt work(work but not in the same way like English world)

    4) above 3, i cant recon more things


    So hope these tiny things could help u a bit !


    terry
     
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    whiteblackseo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I'd say do not go.
     
  6. HoneyHelper

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    don't fall for that bro!
    that can be really risky~!
     
  7. myfault

    myfault Power Member

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    Thanks guys, that's all i want to know :)
     
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    I always skip it. If I see Chinese text, 99% it was spammed in past.
     
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    Yes, avoid domains in Japanese/Chinese. Almost of them are spam-abused.
     
  10. TheSEOWizard

    TheSEOWizard Power Member

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    Hello my friend, good to see you after a long time. Hope you are fine. As a popular expired domains seller, I find tons of these domains. What are these - Chinese or Japanese? These three were English names but grabbed by probably some Asian guys a few days ago for example. Almost 80% of domains are destroyed by such spams and I find them day in and day out. So, what language are they?

    http://www.futureitsoft.com/

    http://epicbucketlist2014.com/

    http://canarygolfvillas.com/

    I can also provide probably available domains with such spam almost every day. Proper English or European domains are grabbed and converted/replaced by the spammy looking texts. So, what language are they?

     
  11. Mikaelo

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    I would steer clear. Chinese anchor text is always a big red flag to me, as a large usually it is associated with spam & tainted in the eyes of Google.