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Expired DA25/PA31 mobile niche, links on www.engadget.com, www.gizmodo.com.au, etc

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dannyhw, Nov 5, 2016.

  1. dannyhw

    dannyhw Senior Member

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    I'm thinking about getting into flipping domains and I'm trying to get a better sense of how to appraise expired/dropping/for sale domains. Obviously this is custom crawling software I wrote that's got about 6,000,000 records loaded and in various states of analysis. Can anyone give a broad idea of how much this would be worth? It's just one of a huge supploy so I don't care if you snatch it, just give me some feedback.
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    looks ok nothing special but if you can get many of these then it must be an awesome software
     
  3. dannyhw

    dannyhw Senior Member

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    It finds something of similar quality every few minutes and I figure they're definitely worth snatching up a few and just listing them cheap to see what I can get. When you get into ones that haven't dropped yet the quality goes way up and same with auctions but obviously you're going to pay more. I'm gonna let it un on all the confirmed available ones before I index all the premium stuff.
     
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    This domain doesn't look much, but it's worth more than a normal registration price.
     
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    It is worth nothing. A little wayback machine check and you will see that it's spammed and has been used as porn site..
     
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    Yeah It's spam nothing worth.
     
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    Then I need to expand to multiple wayback date checks and create a detector. Thanks.