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Keywords in expired web 2.0 domains?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by schleprock, Mar 2, 2017.

  1. schleprock

    schleprock Regular Member

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    Does DHG (Domain Hunter Gatherer) find domains by looking for the KWs (keywords) in the domain.

    I put in about 100 KWs and found very little in my niche, about 8 blogs, none of them worthwhile.
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    my niche is not likely to have too many expired web 2.0s with KWs like I wanted int the domain. Most people discuss my niche in passing, they don't create a site to talk about it.
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    Scrapebox has an expired domain finder addon too.

    Does it also look for KWs in the domain only?

    All the expired domains I have found do not show any content so I guess that is the only place they could look.

    I think it is pretty obvious, I don't know much about expired domains.

    I probably wouldn't post this but I am hoping for confirmation or denial.
     
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    Maybe your niche got no value have you checked in google keyword tool if there demand for your niche...

    Not every niche has profit

    You need to look for the cpc then if it there you no advertisers are in know keyword research

    Dont case any dead rats
     
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    It honestly doesn't really matter if your keyword is in the domain or not. The WEB 2.0 is what you make it to be. Even if the domain is about pets, you can make a blog that talks about tech and link to your site no problem.
     
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  4. schleprock

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    So I should just put in a bunch of KWs, get the results, find the metrics that I like and make them whatever I want them to be. Basically I would be searching for metrics, not niche relationship because all the content is gone anyway and I will need to add it myself.

    So for me PA and TF, CF will be important. How about if it is indexed by Google.

    If Google is not indexing it does that mean that you have to start with building trust with it. Because that kind of ruins the purpose of hunting for aged domains.

    Anyway, how important is Google indexing it?
     
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    You should learn how the tools that you use work.

    First of all, no idea why you need the keyword in the domain. EMD/PMD domains as money sites are a catastrophy with terrible histories mostly. And if you want it for PBN, then it really doesn't matter whether your KW is in the domain name or not.

    Another thing you should learn, is what is the difference between the web 2.0 and a domain. And if you are hoping to find deleted web 2.0s with keywords in it, then I can assure you, don't even bother. You will be lucky to find any decent web 2.0s at all.

    If you want just niche relevant stuff, then pull whatever you scrape through Majestic and you will see which domains/web 2.0s are relevant to your niche. And from what I am seing, you should also do some reading on how is niche relevancy determined. Not by keyword in domain, but by backlinks pointing to it.

    If you want a keyword on the domain name, then take everything DHG has scraped, put it into Scrapebox and "remove all entires not containing" and you are good to go.

    CF is a spam metric, learn that people already. No idea how many times I have wrote this.

    How important is google indexing it? You can't be serious.

    Ok my advice is. Stop whatever you are doing and spend the next month or two just reading. You are missing some basic concepts and if you continue doing SEO with the knowledge you have at the moment, you will just waste money. Mark my words.
     
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    Thank you for expanding what I wrote in 30 words into 100 words.
     
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