At the moment I'm looking for broken links on sites I want to link from. Then my VA checks them on archive.org and marks a completeness rating based on how much of the text content can be rebuilt from the archive. Once we have this planned out, we will be buying domains, rebuilding them, adding little things to make them look like decent sites again, and slipping in a link here and there. Only one link back to the money site per PBN site. I'm also considering skipping the archive scraping and just having new content written. The main thing about this is preserving the old link structure and getting the broken backlinks to them. What has your experience been with buying domains for their past link profile? Is this a good enough strategy to form the foundation of an SEO plan for a somewhat low competition site? My current money site is locally targeted.