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Finding expired domains but none are indexed?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MySeoEmail, Oct 13, 2015.

  1. MySeoEmail

    MySeoEmail Regular Member

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    Is this common when searching for expired domains? I am finding great metrics but none are indexed??
     
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    Google removes domains from the index if the site is down for a long time.

    Its normal for expired domains to not be index.
     
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  3. MySeoEmail

    MySeoEmail Regular Member

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    So are they not worth purchasing? Any chance they will be reindexed and how does that happen?
     
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    Once domains expire they will be removed from index. When you reg the domain, assuming its not penalised, then it will be reindexed again once you build a site on it. But make sure backlink profile is not spammy and check history on archive.org is clean.
     
  5. MySeoEmail

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    So when building a PBN you dont want to install google or anything right? So how do you get google to crawl and reindex your site without installing a site map?
     
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    Yes you do want to submit your site to GWT so Google can index. Just to be 100% sure.. I would also send a letter to Google telling them you purchased the domains and want to make sure it is going to be indexed.
     
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    If the domain itself is not active, the high value links are alive and well. Once you register the domain and put a site up, you immediately have lots of high value links.
     
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    nimdekvan Junior Member

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    WAIT, I assume he is going to make a PBN, right?
    If that is the case, why would you suggest sending that site the WMT?
     
  9. ghackseo

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    What's wrong with linking it to WMT (Search Console)? You think Google is going to come find your PBN somehow cause it's linked to WMT? You think you can rank in Google without Google indexing all your links? No you can't.

    If your PBN is shit, Google will most probably find it (or someone else) and you'll get banned regardless if your site is linked on WMT or not.
     
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    Be carefulle some domains may blocked by google due to some administrative activities and this is a permanent block, this happened for me for one of my top domains because of auto content scraping many years ago, so I leave it.
     
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    Those domains are not indexed because they have no site set up them, the domain isn't registered, what would Google index really? Set up a site and it will get reindexed, unless it was penalized in the past. To get a good idea if it was penalized, analyze the links/anchors/archive snapshot and if it passes those checks - you're good.
     
  12. newbiescraper

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    Bought an expired domain 1 month ago. Start posting content 2 weeks ago, now has 3 article x 500 article post.
    I checked the links using ahref and the links are not spammy, in fact the links are from authoritative sites. Checked the waybackmachine and it does not show that it has been used for PBN.
    Any idea why its still not indexed after so long? if yes, how to solve it?
     
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    Although very rare, this does happen sometimes, and there's nothing you can do about it. My guess is that the archvie crawler has been blocked from the start and site used as PBN.

    If it doesn't index, get a new one or ask for a replacement.
     
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    I register lot of deleted domains, they generally get index in tow or three days. But make sure they are not penalized.
     
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    Same with me, I just bought an expired domain a week ago and it's still not indexed now :(
     
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    They *might* be worth purchasing if you perform due diligence and find they're clean and reusable.