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quick web 2.0 / scrapebox question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by WeWontBeAlone, Dec 2, 2016.

  1. WeWontBeAlone

    WeWontBeAlone Regular Member

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    Real quick, I'm hella new to web 2.0's and to scrapebox, I just purchased it and have been reading/watching tutorials, I'm trying to figure it all out.

    So far, I managed to scrape a tumblr with a PA of 31 (expired tumblr)

    I'm aware thats not rare, special or crazy but am I on the right track? Like would that be considered a 'better than default' domain scrape? Just trying to figure out if I made any progress or if that's something I could've done just by registering an account from scratch
     
  2. Zatoichi

    Zatoichi Junior Member

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    Use wayback archive to check previous content. Use open explorer from Moz to check the spamines of links. If links are from porn websites I wouldnt use that tumbler. Same for gambling and other similar spammy niches.
     
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  3. Hambone Oblivion

    Hambone Oblivion Registered Member

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    Zatoichi has the right advice for you, a PA of 31 isn't particularly great or bad, but it's all about how that site received that ranking. If it's spam, it's a waste of time, if not, it's probably a solid find and you can build from there. Finding domains is not about the most impressive metrics, but about service and advantage to you as the finder. If you can "recreate/build" a website for cheaper than to register/host an expired domain, you're on the wrong side of the fence. The only big advantage to finding particular sites with not great metrics is past content and age of the site. Anyways, good luck, you are trying and watching tutorial videos, that's the biggest step. Try Try Try Try, Fail Fail Fail, WIN!
     
  4. WeWontBeAlone

    WeWontBeAlone Regular Member

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    Yeah idk, it doesn't show on Wayback machine, not archived i guess