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How can I find deindexed domains in a niche?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gorang, Aug 16, 2013.

  1. gorang

    gorang Elite Member

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    My brain has gone blank, can you guys help me out?I want to find URLs for sites deindexed in Google in specific niches.

    I could use scrapebox to scrape Yahoo and compare the list to Google but I don't know how effective that is.

    I'd like to have a selection to look at from a specific niche/keyword. Does anyone know how to do this?
     
  2. cahoud

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    use expireddomains.net, look for old dropped domains and your keyword.. you are sure to find deindexed ones.. ( they are basicly FAKE PR or UNSURE PR) reply if it worked..
     
  3. PauloPaul

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    Agreed check out dropday or something like that an domains that are coming up for auction/expiry will include deindexed domains. Would be interested to know why you want them:) Perhaps to rank in Bing?
     
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  4. gorang

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    I'm not looking to buy the domain, im looking to rip the site/content.
     
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    Gorang, you may want to look for people complaining about being deindexed or penalized by panda/penguin in Google's webmaster help forum. I saw someone ripping content from penalized sites discussed there and ranking them rather easily on fresh domains. Of course some links/301s were used to get them to rank, but it works.

    My eyes are slowly opening up to the fact that Google's webmaster help forum can be a gold mine for those with the right mindset. :)
     
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  6. gorang

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    You hit the nail on the head. The ethics are questionable but I wanted to test it out because it likely works pretty well, especially with the 301s.