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How to find expired domain of "Powered by MediaWiki"

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by AishaSmith, Jul 8, 2014.

  1. AishaSmith

    AishaSmith Regular Member

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    Hello Guys,


    I am finding a list of expire domains of Powered by MediaWiki But i got only one domain. Please let me know how to find
    expire domains of Powered by MediaWiki.
    Hope you guys will help me to find those domains or will let me know the right way to find those domains.


    With regards,
    Aisha
     
  2. zenlagor

    zenlagor Regular Member

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  3. AishaSmith

    AishaSmith Regular Member

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    But i am looking for Powered by MediaWiki sites. Non of site in this list is "Powered by MediaWiki". I wanna sites domains like this ikkepedia.org But this domain is currently active but i am looking for expired domains.
     
  4. OldFatGuy

    OldFatGuy Regular Member

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    Use scrapebox to scrape google and bing for sites that are in there with "Powered by MediaWiki" and use a ton of keywords to build the biggest list possible. Then you'll need to run all those domains through some other tool (don't know of any off hand but would be easy to write or maybe scrapebox has something like that in it) to see which are expired or about to expire.

    Or, compile a huge list of expired domains and then run them through some tool (again, don't know of a tool that would do that, maybe scrapebox) that checks them in google/bing to see if the "Powered by MediaWiki" comes up. Course, that's only going to work for expired domains that haven't been deindexed yet. Beyond that maybe there's some way to scrape archive.org but I've never heard of anyone doing that.
     
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    ZennoBlaster Senior Member

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    I don't follow how this footprint enables you to buy an expired domain? Can you explain? I might be able to help.
     
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    yazo80s Junior Member

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    Or you could save yourself the hassle and countless hours of finding them. **********.com is a good option.
     
  7. andrewj2

    andrewj2 Newbie

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    It seems getting an expired domain poweredby mediawiki is not an easy task.
     
  8. BacklinksAce

    BacklinksAce Registered Member

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    How about using a site like builtwith and searching for sites that use mediawiki. Then scrape each of these sites and check them with, for example, Scrapebox's alive checker. For any that give a 404 or similar, do a domain registration check on them.