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PBN dexindexed

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by spider4567, Jan 5, 2017.

  1. spider4567

    spider4567 Power Member

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    Read some tutorials on how to find good pbns, but some stated if you found that the pbn has been deindexed when you type site:domain.com, you must leave this domain alone.

    But some stated deindexed pbn doesn't means that the pbn has been penalized. So, what is the answer for this? I need PBN expert please.
     
  2. djp371

    djp371 Elite Member

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    These are expired domains, in which some of them are deindexed and it doesn't mean that they were penalized. You need to check the backlink profile and the archive history to see if it was abused or spammed.
     
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    It doesn't make sense for google to keep the domains that are lying dormant for months or even years in its index. But that doesn't mean they will not get indexed once register and content published on.

    You should however run basic spam checks to make sure domain is worth registering. Do a search here on BHW and you will find countless posts explaining how to properly spam check an expired domain.
     
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    Do some basic research on the domain. Ahrefs, archive.org and so on. If you think it's worth the registration fee, then buy it and add some old content to it and see if it comes back. If it does not after a few weeks then forget it, you lost the registration fee. That's the only way to find out about domains.
     
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    How often did you guys buy a domain that checked out but did not index?
     
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    Anyone who says that if the domain isn't indexed, should be avoided, deserves a slap.

    There are domains which haven't been registered for years and are still pretty decent. Google has absolutely NO reason to keep them indexed. All you need to do is to thorougly check the domain history, anchors, hosting history, backlinks and so on to determine with 98% certainty whether the domain is penalized or not. It's not really a rocket science. If the domain is still indexed, then of course, that's a plus, but it's definitely not a requirement.
     
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