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How do I get expired tumblr, blogspot and other web 2.0 URLs?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by PBNSurprise, Jul 22, 2015.

  1. PBNSurprise

    PBNSurprise Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

    Jul 22, 2015
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    Hi there, I'm trying to get into internet marketing. I've done affiliate marketing in the past, had one site that failed terribly because I couldn't generate any traffic. Made some money from the site but overall lost money due to investing into the site.

    I've done some research and I heard it's possible to make money doing internet marketing while having your money site be something like a tumblr or blogspot which is free to create. You just need to get that tumblr or blogspot ranked #1 on google for whatever keyword you're targeting and you should be set from there.

    The problem for me is creating the private blog network so that it's possible for me to even rank a money site to number 1. I don't have scrapebox and don't really want to invest in buying it. I know that most methods to find expired tumblr, blogspot, weebly and other URLs involve using scrapebox to scrape thousands of random URLs at once to find ones that you can actually register. Without access to scrapebox how can I find URLs?

    I've looked at a good amount of freebie tumblr and blogspot URLs on this site but all are taken and I can't register any. My first goal is to get just 5 measly URLs, write 2-3 posts on each and link these 5 sites back to my money site. I'm not sure if doing just that will put at me #1 for the keyword I'm targeting but that's my goal right now.

    Anyone have any methods I could use that will allow me to do this on my own and free of charge?
  2. misteryou.

    misteryou. Power Member

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  3. Shree

    Shree Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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  4. pollaris75

    pollaris75 Regular Member

    Jan 3, 2010
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    It's way more cheaper to buy a software that does what you are looking for than buying accounts.

    You can check out the software mentioned in my signature. I've beta tested it and it was really easy finding good domains(even web 2.0), all you had to do was enter the keywords and hit start.