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Method to get PR5+ Expired Domains with Scrapebox -- Part 2

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by Seo Lover, Apr 22, 2013.

  1. Seo Lover

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    Hi guys ,,

    First checkout the other manual method to find domains ..

    Method to get PR5+ Expired Domains


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    Here Goes the Semi Automated Method with the help of Scrapebox :

    [video=dailymotion;xydxo2]http://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/xydxo2[/video]

    Tools Used in this video :

    Xenu Link Sleuth - Free!

    Scrapebox - Discounted Link

    Proxies -- Affiliate Link :)

    Ahrefs

    OpenSiteExplorer

    This is quite simple and working method .

    You can use these domains to make your own private networks , or for your redirect purposes even you can sell them in good prices.
















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    Kay Tee
     
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  2. dikkill

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    Lovely!!Thanks for the amazing share!Rep added!
     
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    amazing ... thanks mate
     
  4. mast3r0flol

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    Awesome, REPPED!
     
  5. sajid_buriro

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    Good share mate ... Thanks
     
  6. balkhat

    balkhat Registered Member

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    I've heard that it is extremely difficult to actually find a PR5+.
    Are you guys finding this to be the case?
     
  7. $upremeDawgz

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    Thanks helpful post!
     
  8. Vanquisher

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    Thanks for the amazing share!! this is awesome OP!

    Cheers
     
  9. jimdones

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    This is the case yes. Variations of this method are a decade old and the good domains have been snapped long ago. Plus any recent expiring domains (domains which have expired in recent years) have already been snapped automatically by domainers who algorithmically lurk the drop lists.
     
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  10. Xebec

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    So, this is what I got from the video...

    1) We scrape for a bunch of high pr domains.

    2) We then scrape to find all the domains that those in #1 link TO.

    3) We assume, then, that all the domains in #2 will be have a PR of two less than those in #1.

    4) We check a bulk domain checker to see which of those in #2 are Available.

    5) We take those from #4 and check other metrics.

    6) We then register any from #5 that have a good mix of metrics.

    Do I have that right?

    The tool you created is not for sale? It's just something you created for your own use?
     
  11. lashgames

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    Hi, thanks for share this trick
     
  12. andrew1991007

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    Amazing mate, Thanks for share with us.
     
  13. anssoft

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    thank you for this share, it's very good tips
     
  14. blackpenny

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    Good info on the tutorial but man..you have to go straight to the point! It's really getting boring after a couple of minutes ;)
     
  15. TrickyD

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    IsnĀ“t that just the same as checking broken external links from high PR domains and then check if the sites the high pr domain links to are available for registration? Will probably be a faster method if you use a bulk broken link checker (if that exists, does it?) on high pr domains and then check if the linked to domains are available for registration with Scapebox or Godaddy bulk registration check tool if you sort them first on TLD and check per TLD.

    To Seo Lover; props for sharing!
     
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  16. styla

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    Think this process is long winded and takes hours, isnt namedrop far easier?
     
  17. allaboutdomains

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    Scrapebox, Xenu, etc is a very time intensive method. So I switched to buying on auction and using great sites like expireddomains to find good quality domains. Then I decided to leverage a web crawler which my company built for something else. Now it is optimized and I find 100's of non-spammed PA 35+ and DA 20+ domains each week. Essentially I have a very fast crawler with all of the pieces linked together so I just add a seed list, let the crawler run and it spits out domains which are PA35+ or DA 20+. So, if you are using Scrapebox/Xenu there are domains to be found, it just might take awhile
     
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  18. thedood

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    Super time consuming...yet so addictive
     
  19. thisismymp3

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    addicted yes. how would one set something up to find broken links from wikipedia pages ?