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Expired domains with backlinks from big site's

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by GalaxyRank, Sep 12, 2014.

  1. GalaxyRank

    GalaxyRank Junior Member

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    Hi

    I finde a service that provide Expired domains with strong backlinks from VentureBeat.com, TechCrunch.com, NYTimes.com and ... and with good D/A and PA .but this domains dont have any page rank .

    Now , this domains are good for make private blog network or thay should have page rank ?

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  2. LostConnection

    LostConnection Senior Member

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    One of the sellers here on BHW I presume?

    And yes the domains are good as long as they have clean backlink profiles and they haven't been blacklisted and such. Google has sort of given up on PR, or at least it seems so, and thus it does not matter that much. The juice comes from quality links from sites such as the ones you mention.
     
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  3. GalaxyRank

    GalaxyRank Junior Member

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    Thanks you for your idea :) Yes , one of the seller is in BHW .
     
  4. SEO Power

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    What matters most in an expired domain is the quality of it's backlinks. However, if it's a few years old, it should have a minimum PR of 1.
     
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    Check out Accelerator_dd's service, it's probably the best for what you are looking for and he is a quality guy.
     
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    cobraspit Registered Member

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    You will rarely find expired domains with pagerank on them, to find the pagerank just check their backlinks for pagerank.
     
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    bignose Power Member

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    TF is much more accurate of all SEO metrics. Also, for long ago dropped domains PR is almost always nilled.

    What you need to look at - is the domain's anchor profile and backlink profile in Ahrefs.
     
  8. scourforce

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    accelerator_dd should be a good source for you.
     
  9. praetserge

    praetserge Power Member

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    My personal opinion and I'm sure they're plenty of people who will disagree with me... With expired domains I don't care about PR or Moz stats, all I care about is previous content and backlink profile.
     
  10. boombaby7

    boombaby7 Junior Member

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    Expired domains can have tons of power without a PR. This is a misconception and should stop being regurgitated on this from. Pr is irrelevant, as it hasn't been updated in forever. There can be a old domain that has decent links from the past year, and just didn't get a pr.
     
  11. allaboutdomains

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    Expired domains won't have page rank unless they were registered before Google's last pr update last year. In other words, don't worry about PR if the domain has good backlinks and DA