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Discussion in 'Making Money' started by LeanLow, Sep 2, 2014.

  1. LeanLow

    LeanLow Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    What value you consider to be domains that end with .co.nz, .au etc that links to .com international for international rankings, by how much less valuable are the links from those type of sites ?

    P.S. Is it worth buying - PR0, cf/tf: 25-30/25-30 , DMozT: 3.5+, REF Domains 20+, decent link profiles for 30$~ ?
     
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    Where all money makers hiding ?
     
  3. alexthepbndude

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    LeanLow,

    Around 20% of the domains in my PBN are country specific. We've done our testing and realized that these are more then welcome when it comes to any type of rankings, international or not. Check the backlink profile and go for it, especially if the link juice is there. Worst case scenario, you can simply 301 redirect these to the root domain of your money site for more power and authority. Do this in case you are too lazy to set up legit websites or blogs and insert contextual links.

    At the end of the day, we've seen people ranking in English markets with links from Russian, German and Chinese sites. We've seen plenty of stuff going on, and we still do. To figure out what works at the moment, do some queries in Google on some of the most spammy SEO niches out there and you'll be amazed. I'm not claiming you should do what they do, but it will definitely give you plenty of ideas on what route to follow, SEO-wise.

    So there is definitely value in those Australian, South Africa and New Zealand domains, especially if you are 100% sure of their non-spammy backlink profile and Archive.org confirms they haven't been in a PBN before.

    At this point we have Chile, Spain, Mexico, Russia, Germany, Romania, France, Italy and many more cTLDs linking to websites in English markets and they work perfectly fine. As far as our tests show, it's a myth that you mostly need generic com/net/info/org domains to rank in Google dot com or cTLDs to rank locally. With enough link power you can rank anywhere, if you have the right volume and quality of incoming links, regardless of domain extension.

    Alex
     
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  4. Pilfer7

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    I personally do not shy away from country specific domains. As Alex said as long as the links are clean it's a go.
     
  5. pana1

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    Exactly, in fact it gives some diversification.