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Expired Domains with High PR6 for only $10- Should I use it with subdomains?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by ipcorp, Sep 25, 2013.

  1. ipcorp

    ipcorp Junior Member

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    I started buying up expired high PR domain names. In fact I purchased a PR6 with a PA and a DA over 30 and over 100 naked URL links, 2 from pr4 sites.

    Anyways, I want to take advantage of the PR juice. Is it a good idea to create sub-domains off of these high pr domain names? What is the value, if any?
     
  2. Tactician

    Tactician Registered Member

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    There's value in 301 redirecting the PR6 domain to a money site to pass pagerank.
     
  3. Riders On The Storm

    Riders On The Storm Senior Member

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    301 will work great or even for creating networks
     
  4. satyr85

    satyr85 Power Member

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    How much you paid for that domain?
    No value in subdomains, create private blog network with that domains or 301 redirect
     
  5. stefo

    stefo Newbie

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    Hey guys, I'm fairly new to SEO. Does Google(with the latest update) actually allow passing pagerank through 301 redirects?
     
  6. axemantech

    axemantech Newbie

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    It depends on what you want to accomplish. If you want to only increase the PR of your moneysite - do a 301 redirect (as long as you don't have too many other redirects to your moneysite). If you want to rank for certain keywords, you may be better off creating a new site on this domain and link (contextually) to your moneysite.

    A sub-domain will not have the PR of the root domain - so unless you are redirecting the root domain to the subdomain, it won't benefit you to create a sub domain.

    Another thing to check out is whether the links to the expired domain are from sites that are in the same niche as your money site. If they are not, then a 301 redirect should be avoided.
     
  7. harshareddy

    harshareddy Power Member Premium Member

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    I would make relevant blog to your money s te niche and start 3 way link exchange to get some cool links to money site or if its too much of work do 301 re direct :)
     
  8. burnett4congress

    burnett4congress Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Depends on what you are trying to do. Are you planning on using them to rank one site or many?
     
  9. nanavlad

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    seocrab Senior Member

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    Any subdomains you create will have a PR of 0 to begin with - try building the site up with some content and use links from it to give juice to other sites. Or 301 redirect the whole domain for some short-term gains.
     
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  11. randybishop

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    There are a lot of fake high PR domains. Did you check expireddomains dot net to filter them out?
    A $10 PR6 domain sounds very suspect. If it is fake, no big loss...just $10, but don't waste time making a blog network with a fake PR domain. Here is a tutorial for doing due diligence on High PR domains:
    http://enormoney.com/seo/buying-high-pr-expired-domains
     
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