Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nobody00, Apr 26, 2015.
Should we filter domains by moz spam score too? And if yes what would be the max score?
It's a worthless indicator. Wouldn't use it.
I filter my list of expired domains first by DA, I only take 14+ DA domains. I only take 14+ DA domains because after searching through thousands on thousands of domains I only found 2 domains that had a DA below 14 so its not worth the time. Most PBN quality domains are 14+ in my experience.
After I take the 14+ DA domains I check their TF. I then manually look at everything that has 20+ TF and 15+ ref domains.
Thats pretty much it.
Its useless sh!t , dont waste time on that
I try using it and it give me higher spam score for good quality links. So its useless It just based on OBL i think.
There are a couple of other options for finding good expired domains. Domainjawa.com offers expired domains which are spam-checked so you don't have to sort through the drop lists to find clean domains.
The SPAM Score isn't any good. The different indicators are clearly explained in the moz blog but the weight each one is given seems to be off at least in my opinion. I simply ignore it if anyone uses it as a metric as it doesn't make any sense to use it at this moment.
Agree with those who said that it's useless. I don't use it either.
yeah, i am also agree with those people who posted ^^. It's useless and don't even think about it.
i think its OBL base and keyword ratio.. just trying to figure it out.
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