Hey guys, Here is a little bit about me and what I am offering for free in this thread... I run a media company in the UK. My business is very simple. I find struggling websites, buy them, add a little bit of value to them and then I either sell them or turn them into money sites that become a part of my media company. A big part of my business involves searching for good quality expired domains and either bringing the original website back to life or turning them into something new that I can turn into a money site. I often find good expired domains that don't interest me because I don't know enough about the niche to be able to add value and make money from a website in that area. As a result, I just ignore the domain and keep searching. But then I thought it would be much better if I share them with you guys on here because someone might find them useful. I will try to post good quality expired domains in this thread as often as possible. All you need to do is register them and build a great website using their strong backlink profile and history. I will thoroughly check every domain I post so that you will know that you're not getting a dud. All information will be taken straight from Majestic SEO. Here is the 1st one... Domain: liveoncejuicy.com Trust Flow: 15 Citation Flow:10 Topical Trust Flow - 15 Society / Issues - 7 Arts / Comics - 6 Health / Weight Loss I checked out this domain and it looks like the original owner of this blog abandoned the domain back in 2013 and setup a free Wordpress blog that can be easily found with a quick Google search of the domain name. This means that it is not a good idea to bring the website back to life using Wayback Machine, but you could use it for something else. This domain has a nice backlink profile with authority backlinks on websites like wired.com and etsy.com. I've checked these links and they are all still active. This might be a nice little domain for someone to add to their PBN or start a new money site project with. Good luck! I'll try to most more good expired domains as often as I find them.