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HELP - Just bought a 1,000 dollar domain about Islam - but I want to put product reviews??

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  1. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    So I just paid 1,000 dollars for a great PageRank 5 domain.

    Thing is, the domain is full of theology articles.

    Now in the past, this never bothered me. I'd just put on my own content and not even think about it.

    But recently I heard that it is possible for Google to instigate a manual review and, assumedly, a human reviewer will see a few thousand incoming links about Allah, and notice that my website no longer contains any information on Allah.

    Hence, said Google employee could, in theory merely nullify all of the incoming links.

    So the question

    When you guys do 'domain buying' how hard do you work to maintain congruity between the existing content of the domain, and the new content you're about to put on.

    I've brought about 10 domains back to life, and hence far, have never worried about it.

    My fear is, however, that when this domain gets successful, a reviewer will wipe its incoming backlinks.

    Ideas?

    Thanks!
     
  2. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    bumppp
     
  3. fakedream

    fakedream Registered Member

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    Definitely it is critical problem. Does google really do it then you are unlucky! However, to survive this site you have to update your site regularly and check all notification of your site everyday. And follow SEO recommendation.
     
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  4. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    whats a critical problem - theme congruity?
     
  5. irancrude

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    To be honest it is impossible to tell a word on your doain unless a SEO expert (I could help) gives a closer look to that site etc..
    PR5 tend to be pretty stable sites and PR wont go away that easily unless you are relaying on just a few powerful backlinks, I suggest to find your backlinks first content is important but an active site is way more important..
    :)

    wish ya success

    Mauri
     
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  6. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    thanks

    ya the backlinks are strong

    the problem is, all the backlinks are about ALLAH

    :rolleyes:

    So, personally, if i was a google reviewer, i would wipe out all of those backlinks. Because the site is no longer about allah...

    But, pragmatically speaking, i dont think they have the resources to do this - at least not until i'm ranking for some money words...
     
  7. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    or...
     
  8. Longover

    Longover Power Member

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    Title your site "Allah's Honest Reviews". That way you could justify using the word Allah lol
     
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  9. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    i actually thoughts about reviewing "muslim gear" hmm....
     
  10. tony-raymondo

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    just an update on this

    i've been emailing guru domain buyers all day.

    The majority opinion seems to be "dont worry about the site's previous theme"

    hmm....