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I need pbn domains!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Brad12, Dec 19, 2014.

  1. Brad12

    Brad12 Registered Member

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    Can anyone recommend someone to me that has some good domains with DA>20, TF>20, CF>20 and clean back link profiles?

    Everyone I find has a minimum purchase of 5 or 10 domains. I don't need that since I have a little network already and want to just buy a few at first to test them.

    You may PM me or suggest in thread!
     
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  2. howard_hughes

    howard_hughes Elite Member

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    Get them from Godaddy auctions.. or Just buy them from BST providers :)

    (Several sellers including me, accelerator_dd and others sell it on BHW)
     
  3. lord1027

    lord1027 Elite Member

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    I recommend sellers here, there are plenty of quality domains sold on BHW.
     
  4. newmarketingideas

    newmarketingideas Newbie

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    There are good sellers on BHW who know exactly what PBN domains.
     
  5. SteveWaller

    SteveWaller Regular Member

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    My advice would be to stop limiting yourself by focusing so much on meaningless metrics because I can show you domains with stats that match your requirements that don't really have any great backlinks to shout about (but are clean), and I can show you domains with links that are worthy of caring about where the TF, in particular, is less than 10. But each to their own, if you want to buy domains with such stats then you are quite entitled to do so.
     
  6. LordofTempest

    LordofTempest Junior Member

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    You should search for them yourself and don't rely on others selling you domains that you can find with a bit of patience. If you have time use ahrefs and scrapebox and you can find the same domains they sell here.
     
  7. domainingin

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    Hi,
    sure, relying just on metrics will entitle you to getting scammed.

    Metrics are nothing worth, if there are no ?hand checked? clean backlinks profiles behind, but having reliable metrics like Trust Flow (TF),
    CF/TF ratio AND great backlinks makes it easy, especially for beginners to understand ?Quality? of a domain...

    I saw plenty of domains with ?authority? backlinks and low TF that were spammed to death, so one or two "authority" backlinkes, which are mostly no-follow weigh nothing against the link farms...

    Anyway, best advice is always checking the many providers and you will for sure find one appropriate and with reasonable prices.

    Cheers
    Dan
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  8. TBSdomains

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    check tbsolutions[d0t]info
     
  9. spiritfly

    spiritfly Regular Member

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    I would suggest scraping your own or going through expireddomains.net to find some great domains. You can really dig some great names if you are persistent and know what/how to look for.

    Also if you could invest into getting a little software called DesktopCatcher you can catch domains before expiring. I'm using DesktopCatcher for almost an year now in combination with expireddomains.net and I can tell you that I've grabbed some great domains during this year for reg fee. This approach does involve a bit of research on how/when which TLDs expire, but after you set it up you will be grabbing juicy domains like picking up berries in the woods. For me the developer of DesktopCatcher helped me out a LOT with learning about domaining and stuff like that and he almost literally held my hand during my learning process of grabbing domains. If you could invest something this strategy can pay out in the long term. Otherwise you will continue buying expensive domains that others have caught this way or another.