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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seoassasian, Dec 23, 2015.

  1. seoassasian

    seoassasian Newbie

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    Hello senior guys,
    I'm beginner about expired domain. Before 3 weeks ago I bought 100+ expired domains also PR2+ and DA40+ CF/TF20+ with Dedicated/VPS/value hosting. All domain perfectly installed by WordPress & Drupal CMS and already submitted on webmaster tool. 30% domain indexed and 70% domain did not index on Google. I'm tried to index using webmaster tool (Fetch as Google), GSA and others tools.

    Let me know your best platform for index fast.
    I'm waiting for your valuable comments.

    I DON'T ACCEPT INSULTING REPLY
     
  2. mensagam

    mensagam Registered Member

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    Yes Wordpress is the best platform to index quickly, Which you had done it.

    if 70% of domains didn't get indexed. Have to double check the indexing recommendations like robots file. Or any other sources all blocked the indexing.

    If you say any one of your domain name. may can look on the issue. If really founded.
     
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    Submit the domains again manually here: google.com/addurl
     
  4. seoassasian

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    I saw that maximum high authority domain didn't get indexed and day by day authority decreased every update. Otherwise I tried to create single test post to check where is the main problem. And I saw that some low quality domain indexed fast, like PR3/4/ and DA20/10 &TF/CF5/10.
     
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    How does Google's indexing speed depend on the website platform?

    Do you have any reasonable content on the domains? I would think that Google is more reluctant to index domains that barely have any content on them if any at all.
     
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    made proper sitemap and submit to google webmastertool.
     
  7. UptonGoodwin

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    What content do you actually have on the websites right now?

    Also, did you check the history of those domains to make sure they weren't spammed prior to you buying them? Having a PR2+ is a pretty big target for IMers to do churn and burn on a domain since the last PR update.
     
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    Being a popular expired domains seller (and expired Web 2.0 and lot of other such stuff) in various platforms and having made probably upto 1000 sales if not more, I can tell you one fact based on experience. Probably most of the domains you have bought are super sh!tty domains if they do not get indexed in even 3 weeks. I give such domains out for free however high the stats may be. All domains I have sold till date for example got indexed within a week at the most. Most domains get indexed even without adding any content (just a basic WP or other installation) and sometimes even without any file itself (and just with nameservers pointed). 2 days is the average it takes for a good expired domain to get indexed again from my own experiment. In fact, I have had only 1 domain ever which did not get indexed. Later on, I realized that it has a 301 redirection in the past. I waited only for a week and I doubt if I had waited more and had been a bit more patient, it might have still got indexed.

    The thumb rule of expired domains is that - if it is a quality domain, it would most probably get indexed in a day or two or a week at the most. If it is not indexed in 3 weeks or a month, it is probably a super crappy domain and would probably never get indexed. Did you check the backlink quality, archive.org and screenshots.com history etc. to be sure that it was never penalized or deindexed or was not a spammy Chinese site in the past? And did you check the anchor texts (and diversity or rather lack of) in Ahrefs and Majestic? Understand how to evaluate expired domains before buying or registering them.
     
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    If 70% didnt index in the first week, I would be concerned. Did you check the backlink profiles/history of those sites? Are you sure they havent been penalized or something like that?
     
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    Hi (TheSEOWizard)
    I check all of backlinks profiles and pages by ahrefs tool (i use standard package). Maximum backlinks created by site visitors, not only by admin. That means good backlinks good reference (maximum domains related to business and entrepreneur news). And domains age 3 to 11 years. Are you sure is it crappy domains?
     
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    One article and one contact page on all domains
     
  12. TheSEOWizard

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    Unless you are the unluckiest person in the world, it is almost impossible for good domains to be not indexed in 3 weeks. As I mentioned, the highest time for any PBN site I have built or any PBN domain I have sold till date to be indexed is one week at the most and 2 days on an average. If the domain is good, you do not even need content to get indexed. Blank domains get indexed in days.

    I cannot guarantee they are crappy but the chances are high. Are you sure you checked screenshots.com, archive.org (including checks for past redirections) and anchor texts (no Chinese spam etc.) in Ahrefs and Majestic? I recommend to check at least 2 archive.org snapshots in each year. Also make sure to check Majestic historical anchor texts to be sure it was not spammy anchors in the past.
     
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    Write an article in do-follow sites. They will be automatically indexed.
     
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    Maximum sites was japanese & chinese and another is english. Anchor text ok (98% backlinks anchor text created by domain name), some domains screenshot history (June 2014) :
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    I have to post article+domain link on do-follow article submission sites?
     
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    Why do you waste money of such domains my? I can give tons of such sites free of cost or probably for cents. These are super risky sites that people only use for test purposes. Remain away from Chinese and Asian sites whenever possible. Most Chinese spam sites are built on existing English or European expired domains from what I have noticed. So, they might be PBNs in reality. You lose more money registering for the domains in such cases instead of testing out the names.

    Your screenshot 1 seems to be of a spammy Chinese site, screenshot 2 is of a spammy fake boots (ugg boots) sort of site and the third one might only be decent though I am not sure about backlinks. So, these are super crappy domains which I mentioned earlier. Clean and good domains are indexed almost instantly.

     
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    I would recommend using onehourindexing.co to index. The percent of indexation is higher than in other similar services.
     
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    My best guess is that the domains were already deindexed due to spam before they expired. This doesn't happen with expiring domain names like the ones you can get from Godaddy Auctions, but they're way more expensive though.
     
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    Exactly what I was going to ask.
     
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    This is the best method i think.