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Is good to buy domains dropped 1 day ago for PBN?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by HALKINHO, Jun 15, 2014.

  1. HALKINHO

    HALKINHO Junior Member

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    Hello friends... i need know how you guys buy domains for PBN's...

    For example, i bought two domains for my own PBN, but after some days the TF/CF dropped a lot....

    I think have huge risk to buy domains dropped 1 day ago....

    What you think about it?

    I think i'll search some domains dropped more than 30 days with good TF/CF DA/PA backlink profile...
     
  2. PixelMathis

    PixelMathis Power Member

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    Go ahead there's no problem in buying a domain dropped 24 hrs ago.

    Perform your due diligence tasks before buying a domain.
     
  3. HALKINHO

    HALKINHO Junior Member

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    Yes i check all stats need (PA/DA, TF/CF, backlink profile)

    The problem is after i buy the TF/CF drop, i think because lose some backlinks....

     
  4. hardcorebiker

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    The TF/CF/DA/PA drops only when you lose some of the good links. Buy domains with minimum 10 RD's so the risk of losing the metric is less. Also if they got homepage sidebar links the chances of losing them too is also high. There is no relation of the drop age as far as I know and there is no risk in buying dropped domain.
     
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  5. HALKINHO

    HALKINHO Junior Member

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    Sorry, but what is RD? Root domains?

    Another question i see here now...

    I checked here:

    domain.com - TF12 / CF9
    domain.com/ - TF22/CF21

    What a fuck is this? with "/" is better the CF/CF oO


     
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    RD means referring domains(Links coming from unique sites).

    "/" means its the TF/CF of the URL and without that its the Root domain(Provided you are using non www). So, dont put "/" after the url. just check www and non www version. Whichever is higher, host it that way.
     
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    I think you should go for it. If TF/CF drops for some reason, you can always build a couple of links to increase them.
     
  8. PixelMathis

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    1. Use link juice keeper plugin for saving link juice.

    2. Recreate all the old pages on the site using wayback machine.

    If backlinks are dropping, start powering it up.

    Good Luck,
    AffPaydayDotCom
     
  9. HALKINHO

    HALKINHO Junior Member

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    I use this code on 404 template:

    <?php
    header("HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently");
    header("Location: ".get_bloginfo('url'));
    exit();
    ?>

    Saved my TF/CF but after somedays my TF/CF dropped a lot and have more than 80+ RD...
     
  10. tojamie

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    I think no problem to buy dropped domains. Now a days some of sellers are selling dropped domains too.

    Before purchase you've to check DA/PA, backlinks, and metrics too. That's better to follow.
     
  11. HALKINHO

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    I think you not see my reply before...

    I check DA/PA, backlinks too... but TF/CF is most important... and i'm having problems to stay this metric.

     
  12. leobar

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    hi there.

    If domains you buy are losing backlinks you shall:

    1. check backlinks you have and extract them to an excel (i use Ahrefs but you can do your research and pick your own machine)
    2. Note your URLs which are getting backlinks.
    3. Go wayback machine and check those URLs content.
    4.Create content similar with those articles
    5. Upload those articles to your site.
    6. Redirect old URLs to new ones.

    doing the above you:
    1Don't lose any backlinks
    2.lower the probability of getting referred of broken link in your sites

    the only backlinks you will use are the backlinks which previous owner of domain have bought and now stopped paying and the backlinks he have manually implemented from his PBN (if he did), all natural backlinks will remain and most of the backlinks which owner have no control of.

    Hope it helped.
    Best wishes.
    Leobar
     
  13. thesam

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    If they have quality backlinks then must buy, links matters alot,
     
  14. RockstarSEO

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    Use the 404 to start plugin to redirect not found pages to homepage to avoid loss of link juice. Also watchout for spammy domains. Some of these have high TF sometimes. So always check the anchor text. You dont wanna end up buying spammy domains with chinese or japanese anchors.

    Rest Dropped domains do help rank sites if they have a decent link profile
     
  15. thesam

    thesam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    yes you add some valuable points,

    MajesticSEO is good for this purpose to check past history of backlinks, and you can also check history from web archive to verify its authority.