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Questions about Parasite Pages, Re-directs, picking expired domains. NOOB questions?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by razorwings, Aug 13, 2014.

  1. razorwings

    razorwings Newbie

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    Hi everyone, i'm going to try my hand at ranking a few parasite pages on multiple platforms blogger/wordpress/prwebs (maybe?, suggestions welcome) on some low comp. words (for practice :cool:).

    I will be mainly using GSA SER + CB/DeathByCaptcha + AVS data packs (campaign set up with emails and spun articles) + verified list along with some high profile links (SAPE?) to try and rank.

    I keep reading that I should use a 301 direct for all my links in case my page gets tagged as spam. So i can then just redirect to a fresh blog and do it again (if i am even able to rank lol).

    My questions is: what kind of expired/deleted domains should I be looking for to establish my redirect? I already think i know how to choose non spammy, legit domain. But what is the min. req. for a proper redirect domain? Does it NEED to be aged? and if so, how old? Does it NEED to be a minimum PR (1,2,3) domain? I'm asking this because the domain is set up to pass juice and be de-indexed and so it cant be hit (correct me if i'm wrong).

    Related question: Does tiered link building matter at all with a re-direct + parasite page? Or do i just spam the hell out of it with no tiers? I am planning on building a few blogs with varying link rates.

    Sorry if this has been talked to death but i couldn't find specific answers.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Initial Effort

    Initial Effort Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    1. You are on the right track by using parasite pages, we have seen a dramatic decrease in the ease of ranking YouTube videos though just as a note.

    2. Aged is good. Host the site and put up content around the theme of your topic. Wait a big and then do the redirect. Google needs to cache the content around your theme.

    I have less experience with your other questions.
     
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  3. razorwings

    razorwings Newbie

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    Thanks for your input. I will look into yahoo finance.

    Bump, for some specific answers.
     
  4. Laubster

    Laubster Senior Member Premium Member

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    It's hard to answer your question cause you're all over the place. What you need to do it start writing stuff down and diagram it out. Putting SEO into pictures makes it so much easier to understand, especially tiered link building. And you need to do more research on how to use specific tactics for desired outcomes. Mixing all those methods together isn't going to teach you anything cause you won't know why something worked or didn't work. Sorry to not answer directly, but talking about GSA and SAPE and redirects without even knowing how each of those fits into the puzzle basically shows you're going to blow a bunch of money and end up disappointed.
     
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  5. razorwings

    razorwings Newbie

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    Ok, maybe i'm missing something, because it seems straightforward in my head.

    GSA links ---> domain 1 (301) -->domain 2 buffer 301 redirect (aged pr domain) --> parasite


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  6. supportnhelp

    supportnhelp Regular Member

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    i recommend 2 or 3 tests. Like direct sape + blog post. with 301 to parasite. But now a days parasite pages also taking time to rank.
     
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    TheUnborn Elite Member

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    You can check my signature for buying expired domains,All the hard work is done and you get domain with links from high authority sites.
     
  8. razorwings

    razorwings Newbie

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    How would these work as a buffer with no PR?
     
  9. gary2

    gary2 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I guess you have started too much too soon... why do not you start at a time...may be start with SEO work first
     
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    What do you know about editing Robotos.txt on the expired domain, to avoid Google notice that im using it as 301

    Thanks
     
  11. Laubster

    Laubster Senior Member Premium Member

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    Not sure that's possible. Why would you try to hide the 301 from Google, the only reason to ever 301 something in the first place is for SEO purposes...
     
  12. razorwings

    razorwings Newbie

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    From what i understand it keeps the 301 in place and prevents the expired domain from being indexed by google. You want the domain to pass authority/juice to your new money site. if your money domain is hit/deindexed/marked as spam, you can transition to a fresh domain easily.