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Expired domains deindexed

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rakeem, Sep 21, 2014.

  1. rakeem

    rakeem Junior Member

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    Hi dudes,

    i am building my first PBN. My question is, if the expired domain is deindexed is there any issue to buy it? Will the domain be back indexed when i build some content? I see good domains with good links, but most of them are already deindexed. Personally i think that there is no problem for Google to index it again.

    I would be happy if you can give me some tips :)

    Thanks,
     
  2. Magic5

    Magic5 BANNED BANNED

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    Yeah they can allways come back if there's quality content on it.
     
  3. arganrecords

    arganrecords Elite Member

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    The answer can be yes or not, some domains will be insert in the index again, others not.
    Backlink profile can say a lot for this aspect but

    If you are a newbie at the beginning only buy indexed domains, otherwise you risk finding yourself with a useless domain and not know how to index them.
     
  4. Magic5

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    If there not inserted automatically there are other ways of doing it. And pretty sure backlinks arent an important factor in just getting the website indexed..
     
  5. arganrecords

    arganrecords Elite Member

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    If the site isn't indexed its backlinks can say why (look at anchors and quality of backlinks).
    If the site is indexed you can know how powerful is watching its backlinks.
     
  6. SteveWaller

    SteveWaller Regular Member

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    It depends on the type of domain you are looking at - expiring vs expired.

    If the domain is being auctioned via someone like Godaddy and it isn't indexed then either the domain has been deindexed by Google or the domain hasn't had anything on (in which case it wouldn't get indexed). Archive.org might be able to help you work out which of these it is but you'll never be able to be 100%. I'd say it is more likely that the domain has been penalised and de-indexed.

    If the domain is free to register (i.e. it expired some time ago) then it almost certainly won't be indexed. But if you do the usual checks on it (archive.org + backlinks) and they come back clean, you should be able to get it indexed again without too much trouble (at least this is what I find with 99% of the domains I buy/register).
     
  7. wisdomkid

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    I once bought a deindexed domain on Godaddy auctions, and i added contents to it, 500 words - 700 X 10 articles and submit to google index, it got to the 7th page of google for 1 week+ and later went to the 12 - 13 page of google, dancing around there, and till date, i have not built a single link to it..

    I guess building links will bring it to top 2 page on serp. But truly, it depends on the domain
     
  8. rakeem

    rakeem Junior Member

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    thanks for all the answers. i dont want to rank the domains, just to link my money site.

    1) or should i buy brand new domains without backlinks? (i could give them niche related names!? i saw some SEO done that)

    2) i have some same niche site who dont rank on my shared server which has same IP like my money site. Is it usefull to link this sites to my money site? (or will it hurt my money site, because they are on the same server!?)

    regards
     
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  9. xaviel

    xaviel Newbie

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    1) You want to buy expired domains because they have "juice" to them (relevant backlinks). So buying brand new sites with no backlinks, and linking them to your money site is not effective.
    2) I wouldn't link to your money site with those.
     
  10. Marc_L

    Marc_L Regular Member

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    Some domains will have been re-purposed by Chinese or some other spammers and received a google manual penalty for on site "pure spam". If you check the archive.org history and notice it was parked and not loaded with spam content then you should be safe to buy. But you'll find an occasional domain that won't get indexed still. You can always ask your registrar to refund you for a domain you bought, just explain to them what happened and they may refund you. I just did this with a dead domain I just bought.
     
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  11. jollyman

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    No use in buying de indexed domains. Because its been already get penalty from Google.
     
  12. neweaver

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    Get indexed domains, it really is risky to play with non indexed domains because you don't always know the exact path the domain was going back then.
     
  13. allaboutdomains

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    If a domain is expired, it isn't indexed. But if you register it and put some content on it may get indexed. Just make sure it has not been spammed and then I find 95% of the time it will be indexed again.