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Exact match domain

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by radichone, Jun 30, 2016.

  1. radichone

    radichone Registered Member

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    Hello guys, do you think buying multiple exact match domains and assign each(301 redirection) to a specific post in my blog is a harmfull seo technique?

    For example lets say I have these posts:
    apple reviews (applereviews..kom pointed to that post)
    toshiba reviews (toshibareviews..kom pointed to that post)
    I have around 50 posts this means i will be buying 50 exact match domains.
     
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  2. aky123

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    I think that 50 domain with 301 is too much you need build tier 2 link on them if you want link juice to that url.
     
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    an exact match domain with no work on it previously has absolutely no value in term of SEO. Expire domain on the contrary may helps.
     
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    Nah, unless your exact-match domains have relevant content and aren't shit it's useless. You'll just have 50 shitty links from domains that barely rank
     
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    I don't know about harmful but almost certainly not that helpful. You would be far better off finding a handful of expired domains and spreading the posts you have bought across those fewer domains. This way you could build some quality sites and create a PBN.

    301ing isn't what it once was and 50 thin sites with a single article each is unlikely to help much either.
     
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    Thank you for your answer but my question isnt related to backlinks at all, its like when you create a niche blog and you buy an exact match domain for your target keyword, I am doing the same technique but for all my posts.
     
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    Thank you for your answer but my question isnt related to backlinks at all, its like when you create a niche blog and you buy an exact match domain for your target keyword, I am doing the same technique but for all my posts.
     
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    So you are looking to redirect from one main site to each of the 50 EDMs? Like a reverse PBN, an rPBN?

    That sounds like a really bad idea.

    You would have to do enough SEO to promote those 50 sites splitting the SEO effort between all of them. I would imagine it would be way harder to rank all of those sites than it would be to rank a single site, not to mention it would be much more costly and potentially against ToS meaning you are always at the mercy of the Google web spam team.
     
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    301 redirection for many sites will be equal to more risk and you will face many problems with it. Google may give penalty for this activity.
     
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    I dont think it will work, esp when you are going to freshly registered EMDs,
     
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    It will probably work in BING.
     
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    Get a brandable domain, create individual posts for different pages and build tiered links.
     
  13. jamie3000

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    This sounds like it would make Google totally freak out then shit and piss on you. Not in an erotic way either, like a really bad way. I wouldn't try it my friend.
     
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    I've just noticed how you posted this in the white hat section, I'd love to see what you consider black hat then ;-)
     
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    why don't you build each exact match domain as a content blog for that niches, example apple reviews niche, toshipa review niche...and go on.