Ok folks, are you ready to snatch for yourself dozens or hundreds of free websites? Here you go. Step 1 Take a look at recently expired domain names. For instance, look here: Code: https://auctions.godaddy.com/ Search for ones in a general niche you want. Step 2 You want to know if Google used to like the website. I go to Google and type site:domain.com and see if it has many pages indexed. If it looks like it had unique content or somehow looks like a profitable site, you can either get the domain and the content, or just the content if you want to start a new domain. Step 3 Any domain you find expired from Godaddy will be parked. What we want to do is find if the hosting for that old domain still exists. Go to Google and type "example.com stats". In this case I type Code: onlinelovedatingtips.com stats Now, DO NOT FOLLOW THE LINK IN GOOGLE. We're looking for old information, you need to get it from the Google cache. Visit one of the many stat sites out there and find the old IP address that website used to use (using the Google cache link). In this case, the old DNS that onlinelovedatingtips.com used was "126.96.36.199" ... go to your c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts file and type in ... Code: 188.8.131.52 www.onlinelovedatingtips.com 184.108.40.206 onlinelovedatingtips.com This tells your local computer to forget any external DNS, the only place it should look for that website is at that IP address. What do we find? The hosting was also expired. Aww darn, that happens sometimes. This site happens to have around 70 unique articles though, you'll have to resort to grabbing them from Google cache and building a new site, or adding them to an already existing site. Tried another site ... ultimatecostumesale.com (and it has a buy-now for $8) I do the google cache stats trick and find the old IP address was 220.127.116.11. I go to my hosts file and change it ... Code: 18.104.22.168 ultimatecostumesale.com Then I visit ultimatecostumesale.com, and instead of Google's park page I get this: Wow, the domain expired but the old hosting didn't. Step 4 Use your favorite website copying software to completely duplicate the website. Upload it to your hosting. Buy the domain for $8, point to your host. In this case, this website was monetized with Amazon. Do a massive search/replace and swap out their ads for your ads. If they were running adsense, do a search and replace of UA numbers, etc. That's it! Rinse and repeat. Wow, you just got a complete website buy-now for $8. Complete with custom logo and according to this ... Code: site:ultimatecostumesale.com Already has 2880 aged pages indexed in Google. You don't have to buy the domain. As long as the content is unique, if it was a .com and is outrageously priced, just buy the .net ... the logo should work for both. Just do a search/replace on the domain name if you stick the site on a different domain. Once you got the hang of it, you could easily bang out 4 or 5 websites a day like this, along with the benefit of the domain possibly already having PR, unique content, backlinks in place, already having skipped the sandbox because it is aged, etc.