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Quick pbn question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by 7yearitch, Apr 17, 2015.

  1. 7yearitch

    7yearitch Regular Member

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    If i bought one of the domains here that have links from huge sites like nytimes, bbc, huffpost for example, can i use them as pbns for my local search results in my native language?

    Or should i scrape local domains that have links from local huge sites?

    Because ive been trying to scrape local domains but it's such a pain to find them.

    Anyone have any experience with this?
     
  2. GodsOwnWriter

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    Local sites are good in these purpose as they rank fast and gives more weight. Also these local sites will give you some traffic may be become leads.
    Using PBN sites that are non related to local language is waste of time and money.
     
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  3. 7yearitch

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    Thanks mate. Any tips to find local domains for pbn? I'm using xenu to scrape local sites but it's such a pain.
     
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    Yes finding the domain with Local backlinks are very difficult .So you can go with international backlinks, i guess it ll also help you some...
     
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  5. 7yearitch

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    Phew! I'm glad you chimed in. It IS a pain in the ass to find local backlinks. I only found 1 domain of any worth and even that only has like 50 links to it, although the links are from major news sites. I gues I'll just try international links and see what happens.
     
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    Try some services to find out such domains if possible as local domains are not owned by Domainer's or developers so it is very tough to get them.,
     
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    Find domains with having backlinks from International big sites like wikipedia , huffpo , forbes etc and use them

    These will give you more better results
     
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    If you can get decent domains in your native language do it, if not, you can repurpose english domains without too much trouble. Won't be as powerfull but they can do the trick, make sure that they are somehow related to your niche.

    Here, in Romania, you buy domains for life so I can't find a .ro expired domain unless I'm ready to spend a few days negotiating and paying a lot more.
     
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    Yup, I'm in almost the same situation. Thanks for your input. I'll just go with whatever authority links I can get then