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How google will consider this sites?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ababba2, May 10, 2016.

  1. Ababba2

    Ababba2 Registered Member

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    Hi dude.
    Let's say a competitor take some article from another site, he spin all this articles, he correct the mistakes and then he publish articles in his *.com site.
    Then, after one year, he let expire his *.com, then he buy *.net and then he publish there the site as it was in *.com, with the same articles, layout, cms, etc. Without do any 301 redirect.

    How google will handle this kind of sites? I'm trying to rank my site in the same KW of this dude. To be honest I don't get what he was trying to do. But I hope my site would be more considered that his... There is some chance? Or his site will be considered unique as well?
     
  2. skyflash

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    This is very similar to what Torrent sites do, looks like that person is trying to avoid some kind of penalty or legal actions against a domain and as I guess he assume the safe period is 1 year before the domain get caught and that's why he let it expire after one year and move the content to a new site meanwhile to make it easy for his previous visitors identify the site he move it to a .net from .com + and trying to appear as a new site IMO. In Google eyes this is not a good approach because when the site getting old is better but leave the old one and re publish on another new domain is not the way to go with Google.
     
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    SargentoVoight Junior Member

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    That method friend rather than everything is used, to avoid the penalties of google Ithink.














     
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    In my point of view aged domain will be always rank high than a new one in google.I think the person on the basis of safe and non penalty he may move the content from old site .com to new site .net.
     
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    Google will always look for the old domains because the trustworthy is more to that sites.
    So,you can use 301 redirects from old site to new site it will lead you in ranking.
     
  6. Justkulboi

    Justkulboi Regular Member

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    It's seems you've chosen to speak to one dude.
     
  7. hatsatz

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    Google looks for an aged domain. So you can go with 301 redirect. It will bring good ranking.
     
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    How old your domain is decide,how good your site ranking will be.
    Generally,these days people go with PBNs and rank well.
     
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    This is what i conclude.

    The dude in question should have created a website, put some content on and built spammy links to the site. He would have ranked for a short period of time before finally getting hit by google. He then realizes his mistake. He learns that the links he built were too spammy to rank his website for long term. He also deduced that the onpage content was good. So he let his previous domain expire, created a brand new domain with the previous content which was out of google's index now and started building what he thinks are non spammy links.

    Ofcourse he didnt do any 301 because it will pass the penalty.