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Purchasing non-English domains for backlink to English site

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by galaxyduo, Apr 15, 2014.

  1. galaxyduo

    galaxyduo Newbie

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    Hi all. I'm looking into building a private blog network. If my money site is in English, are there any drawbacks of purchasing a non-English domain (content according to Wayback/Internet Archive shows non-English) and then putting up an English article with a backlink to my money site? How would Google treat this?

    For instance, assuming my money site is in English, I find and win the auction for a domain that previously had Korean content. The PR, domain authority, backlinks, etc, are all good for the domain I won. I now choose to put up an English article on the domain I won from the auction and of course, put a backlink to my money site.

    Because the domain previously was a Korean site, what will happen if I put up an English article now with a backlink to my site? In fact, what if I change the entire domain I just purchased to an all English site? Will this raise red flags with Google because of the language change?
     
  2. souleclipse

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    To my best of knowledge no.
    Infact you will get a higher boost. Because you have link juice that no other network have.

    What i heard is that French/Chinese/Korea/Jap backlink work well.

    You will not raise a red flags with Google, they will be super busy if they do this. Imagine how many red flags is raise daily.
    However your website will never pass a Manuel review.. But come again, no PBN can ever pass a Manuel review.
    Google can check base on the website you link and discover all your network.

    Chances to get Manuel review by Google : 0.00001% (if you keep low profile)
    Chances to get caught after Manuel review : 99.9 - 100%
     
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  3. AnthonyCorleone

    AnthonyCorleone Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I wonder same thing already asked same question here today but no one replied waiting to hear some wise experts what they think about that :)
     
  4. souleclipse

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    Let me know if i can help you. You can ask here if it related to OP question .

    Cheers
     
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  5. AnthonyCorleone

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    what if anchor text symbols like weird symbols ? those are waste ? what if DA/PA/PR high but BL only 1-2
     
  6. galaxyduo

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    But wouldn't it be easy for Google's algorithm to detect a change in language on the site plus one other change? When I say "one other change", when I buy the domain, I may have to change the registrar, or use private registration, or change the host IP, or change the Name Server.

    So, Google's algorithm simply has to detect:

    1) Change in language + change in registrar
    OR
    2) Change in language + change in private registration
    OR
    3) Change in language + change in host IP
    OR
    4) Change in language + change in Name Server

    I would think this could be done automatically by Google, right? Would Google reset the PR/DA of a domain if it case 1) to 4) happened?
     
  7. souleclipse

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    1-4 ) Answer is Nope.

    The thing is you need to start worrying about thing that really matter.
    All this don't matter. All it matter is the domain backlink to the domain stay.
    Your PA/DA will not reset as long as backlink is there.

    There are thousand of people changing domain, whois. Those in Flippa are selling website everyday.
    Google aren't so free.
    Stop worrying and start doing it. Slowly you get the hang of it.
    You are overthinking it.
     
  8. souleclipse

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    I would count it as a generic anchor text. If everything is werid symbols ditch it.
    DA/PA/PR High BL 1-2
    Check the TF.
    IF the TF is high go for it.

    In this case there is only 2 scenario:

    The BL is a awesome authority website
    The website block backlink tracker.
     
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  9. Doolylol

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    I've bought numerous links from english sites to my non-english site - and because they are high PA/DA and have pagerank, the results are very good.