Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by beingink, Jun 26, 2016.
Also any tips? Most of the good domains are going for atleast $75 plus.
I bought one a couple days ago for around $100 at godaddy. Not the highest metrics but a former quality website with 100's of niche relevant links. I would not pay over $500 though for a PBN domain.
I've backordered a domain also and private auction will start in 2 days. Its a TF20 domain with edu and gov links. Will see how much it will go for. Only 3 bidders but I expect it will go for alot.
When I was building my network a few months ago, I found Facebook groups to have pretty good deals. Also, a few users here will scrape some domains for you for an alright price. The price comes down to the metrics you want. As of right now I scrape the domains myself which is a pain in the bum but its cost effective as hell.
I just bought a domain for $26 + fees, I won itin auction. it has a lot of backlinks from posts and some hq sites like examiner. Just wondering how do you assess that it will give a good push or not? Also should I just slap wordpress on it and build a blog? It was a restaurant website so I can't rebuild it due to copyright issues.
I know I was scraping too but after testing them and seeing how little of a push they give and how most gave negative results I thought of getting into auctions, I will probably need 50 of them to make a dent. If 10 of auction domains can do the same less hassle really.
Im curious, what were the metrics of the domains you were scraping and what was competition like for the keyword?
All metrics 10+ RD50+ clean history and quality backlinks. Some worked fine but most are showing negative results.
Well all we can do is make sure its metrics are real and the quality of backlinks and make sure its not spammed or have abusive anchors. If its been a legit website before with quality links it will help you rank for sure. The question is just how many domains you will need.
I see. When I started building my network I was torn between a building a network of 15 high metric domains or 40 low to average metric domains. I chose the 2nd option and the 5 sites im managing are growing (so far). The 2nd option was also cheaper for me.
Yea I have a small budget too which is why allocating it to decent domains which I can use again and again. Depends on personal choice to be honest, I dont wannt to spend money/time building a PBN that only pushes an easy keyword (mine) 4-5 spots. Specially since out of 10 that I registered, in tests 6 of them have failed so far.
True that, I know PBN's work because my scraped ones did make a difference but I want more clean power. Which is why testing with auctions too.
I would say $50 - $100 per domain is a fair price
What kind of metrics are you looking for in that price?
Your budget should match with your expectations, but the majority would consider not going beyond $100.
I would look for atleast 20 refering domains and 20 refering ips from quality links with anchor text mostly branded.
Thats me anyways I would love to hear what others look for.
What kind of results do you get with them usually? 10 spot push? 20?
Are you using your PBN for more than one money site?
Right now just one website , I have a journey running for it here.
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