I HATE when expired domain buyers come to me and yes "uh yeah, this other seller was gonna give me TF15 domains for $50 each, why don't you use TF?" So now I'm going to address EXACTLY why, in a video. I don't use metrics because they can easily be skewed. It's not hard to do and unless you have an Ahref membership to check every last link in the backlink report (which 98% of you don't have), you will likely miss the metric skewing. On top of that, you have to know what you're looking for. Now, while the domain sellers selling domains for literally $15 probably don't have the knowledge to make this happen, it's still something that can be done. The only way to check the raw power of an expired domains is to simply look at the top domains it has a ******** from, that's why I prefer expired domains with links on Tech Crunch, NY Times, Guardian, etc. You know there's nothing backlink in those links. So I decided to make a video to show how it can be done, because I'm sick of arguing about how trust flow CAN be manipulated and a number of PBN vendors here DO MANIPULATE IT. Buyers need to educate themselves more about what they're buying, and I hope I can help them do so. Anyways, without further ado, here's the video. If you click the thumbs up button on the video, let me know in the thread and I'll send you some good karma and brownie points. Be sure to check my other threads for more knowledge bombs.