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Question about deleted subdomain with PR on web2.0 site

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sashilover, Apr 7, 2015.

  1. sashilover

    sashilover Junior Member

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    I am thinking about scraping deleted subdomains with PR on high authority web2.0 site such as wordpress.
    There are a couple of threads about how to scrape them using Scrapebox.
    I have doubt regarding these subdomains, I understand they hold PR which is valuable, but the only reason I can see they were deleted because
    of spammy, these domains are not like expired domains.
    So the question is backlinks on the spammy subdomain with PR is postive or negative for SEO?
    Sorry for my poor english.
     
  2. Nut-Nights

    Nut-Nights Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    PR is not valuable, you need to check PA for these subdomains and also backlinks.
     
  3. sashilover

    sashilover Junior Member

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    You didn't answer my question, mate, I am asking if the backlink from the spammy site with good metrics is useful.
     
  4. Nut-Nights

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    No they are not good.
     
  5. sashilover

    sashilover Junior Member

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    Then scraping deleted subdomains on web2.0 is completely wasting time?
     
  6. RuthSam

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    No, it is not wasting time, you just need to find web 2.0 that didn't have been spammed the shit out of.