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Deleted domains with PR, how to use the link juice?

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  1. Pow-Pa-Plow

    Pow-Pa-Plow Registered Member

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    Hi guys,

    I have just managed to get hold of 3 deleted domains all with PR2. I know it's not much but I would like to expand on this collection in the future.

    My question is, how do i utilize these deleted domains? How do I use the link juice?

    Do I have to do a 301 re-direct? - I would prefer to avoid this, as i am looking for a long term method over a short term one.

    Do I have to create content and set up each domain with a website individually? And then link to my money site?

    Thanks!
     
  2. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Or you could host some ads on the domains and leave a notice such as "this domain is for sale".

    Personally, if the domains are not penalized I'd 301 them.
     
  3. Pow-Pa-Plow

    Pow-Pa-Plow Registered Member

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    Thanks for your input, I presume by 301'ing them I would not need to actually have a website or any content on them, just 301 the domain and the link juice will flow to the money site, correct?

    Is this pretty much guaranteed to lose its ranking over time though? - If using the 301 method will ruin the site then i may just save the method for rank & bank techniques.
     
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    Technically a 301 is forever. So you'd "ruin" the site. But in practice this does not happen, probably because "forever" can mean several things to several search engines.

    EDIT: Yeah adding your own content and developing the website is fine, as long as you can invest the time and money into it.
     
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    Sweet, and just out of interest, do I need to purchase separate hosting for each and every domain I want to 301 re-direct?
     
  6. testdrive

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    Personally I will not do a 301 for this high pr domain. Unless these high pr domains previously targeting same keyword or at least in the same niche with your main site, you are not getting the the full potential from 301 redirects.

    Another downside of 301 redirects is, if you are getting so many redirects, sooner or later it google will take notice.

    Now, What I'm doing with my high pr and aged domains that I acquired is make a private network of my own. This way, I can have a high quality backlink from contextual, high pr niche related article or site.

    As an added bonus, if you have several site, you can also post an article for these site and get some link juice for these sites.

    Another thing is, if you have acquired a good amount of these high pr sites you can also sell blog posts or something. Although I don't do it cause eventually some of your client will screw your network. And its better that you are only one that knows this network,

    just my 2 cents
     
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    anusantosh Newbie

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    These can be added to the existing hosting as add domains and then do 301 redirection. Normally this practice they do for selling or flipping sites which are new and low in backlinks.
     
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  8. Pow-Pa-Plow

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    Hi Testdrive,

    this is actually the method I am thinking of pursuing. Do you buy hosting plans for each domain, or host several domains on the same account?

    I am trying to cut costs as much as i can, but if it will look suspicious or anything like that on 1 hosting plan then I will use seperate hosting accounts for each domain.
     
  9. testdrive

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    You start with the free hosting. then try those very cheap hosting.

    if you use word press, make sure to put some security plugin since these free hosting tends to get hack all the time. lol. but i got some sites that are hosted in free hosting and they are good till now. Slow and occasional downtime is expected but i don't care.

    anyway, I made a post before some free and cheap hosting, for these purpose. I'll post it here if i find it.

    Here are some free and cheap hosting you can try. Some hosting let you choose server or country, I sign up for all this different servers.


    Free hosting

    http://www.host1free.com/
    http://www.freehosting.com/
    http://freewebhostingarea.com/
    http://www.000webhost.com/


    cheap hosting, $1/month and below though some hosting require you to prepay for 12 months.


    http://www.linkalone.com/
    http://www.1dollar-webhosting.com/
    http://www.blazinghost.net/
    http://ixam-hosting.com/
    https://www.3ix.org/
    https://www.webhostingworld.net
    http://www.hostbig.com/
     
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    If each site is legit there's no need for multiple hosts. If you plan on doing anything clever, then you better spread your risk.
     
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    I read somewhere recently that G has said they will be making free webhosts rank less well than others...
     
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