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how can i know if the domain is good or not?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by genotip, Apr 21, 2012.

  1. genotip

    genotip Regular Member

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    Hi guys,
    when i'm buying new domain - how can i know if it's a good one or not?
     
  2. poweronics

    poweronics Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Your questions is too generic. Elaborate it more.
     
  3. genotip

    genotip Regular Member

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    well, i want to buy expired domains for second layer, domains that was not active on the last 1-2-3 years (but was before)...
    What i need to look for to know what is a good domain?

    amount of active links?

    i looked on MS, and on majestic and opensiteexplorer... and all are giving diffurent data...
    so how can i know if the domain is good or not?

    thanks
     
  4. dr.pepper

    dr.pepper Regular Member

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    depends what your classing as good?
    PR, visits etc
     
  5. rileyb

    rileyb Junior Member

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    exact match domain with at least 2 sites 0 page rank on the first page helps.....
     
  6. shura17

    shura17 Regular Member

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    It depends on the site if it fits your domain and the keywords you will use.
     
  7. darkeagle

    darkeagle Junior Member

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    I'd just look in majestic, see it's links, and access the quality of the links (make sure they're not all spammy or have porn, viagra, etc anchors)