Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by onlineonly, Sep 2, 2015.
Have anyone been able to indexing expired domains over the last week or so?
When buying expired domains, make sure they are not penalized and de-indexed. Domains that have been manually de-indexed will not re-index.
Yes ofcourse. But that's not my question. I'm wondering if anyone actually been able to index a domain the last week or so?
Yeah i got indexed one of my health site. That is expired and PR2 site. Now i am getting traffic from SE. So i didn't have any problem with expired domain indexed. Even i bought few expired domains and got all indexed. Better write quality articles for the site and submit to webmaster. Hope you got your answer. If you need more details and anything else regarding this just let me know. I am able to help you.
I did read somewhere that G was trying to work out a way to target recently dropped and then re registered domains. Probably the way they will do it is a cooling off period.
Disclaimer: there is that much koolaid flying about about what G does etc that I wouldn't believe it until there is widespread evidence.
Expired domains takes some more time to index than a fresh domain.
No, usually google index expired domains in less the an hour but the last couple of days none of my latest domains have been indexed.
How many days has it been since you posted contents ?
Got 17 expired domains since 08/24/15, 15 are already indexed. So, nothing special here.
Have the same problem with 2 domains I've got recently hummm!
5 out of 5 indexed in the past week.
Got 3 last week. 2 indexed very fast. The other just got indexed like yesterday.
It needs to get crawled to get indexed.
I have been using expired domain. I don't see any such. Make sure you see all metrics before buying expired domain.
Everything's fine here, they usually index in 1-3 days
i bought domains that is expired and google re indexed with old titles in 2 days and google updated with my title in 1 week. no isssues in my end
Is there any way to know if the expired domain was manually deindexed?
Separate names with a comma.