Hey Guys, I am approaching 1k posts. Therefore, I have decided to release one of my methods of finding awesome domains. These should make you money either by reselling or using for your own sites. I can guarantee that it works perfectly. Hint: You might need a powerful VPS and bunch of good private proxies So here are the steps: a) Find a target domain. Either Wikipedia,CNN,BBC and similar. b) Try to find a sitemap. A lot of these authority sites dont have them. 1) Plugin the sitemap to a outbound link extractor. Scrape all outbound links from the site. This might take a while unless you have powerful VPS. or 2) Choose any page. Plugin page into the inbound link extractor on scrapebox. Plug the results backin. Keep on until you have a huge amount of pages. Plug those pages into the outbound links and scrape all outbound sites. c) once you have the huge bunch of domains. 1) Strip to domain 2) Remove duplicates 3) Check PR 4) Filter any domain with PR above 4.-I have seen that most of these domains have no PR as we are trying to find awesome expired domains with awesome links. 5) You should have a decent list of a few thousand domains. d) Bulk check domains to see if there are any unregistered ones. e) Once a domain is found 1)Check links using Ahrefs. If you find an authority site linking to it. Verify manually and register the domain. Rinse and repeat. Soon enough you will amass a bunch of powerful domains which can be either sold, or used for your own link network. Here you can get a bunch of High PR sites to scrape. Code: http://www.statscrop.com/websites/pagerank/ I found an awesome domain with a PERMANENT wikipedia.com(Bought it with $1 using coupon from GoDaddy) link with a little bit of searching. You can do it too. I didnt even have a powerful VPS or private proxies. Imagine what you can do if you have those. You can sell these for $100+. My domain STILL has the wikipedia link after MONTHS! Good Luck! I have one more method that I will type up once I get the chance. Feel Free to post questions and comments below.