[Top PBN Tip] Essential must-know if you get drop catch domains

splishsplash

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Hey guys,

I don't think many know this, but one of the reasons drop-caught domains have a much higher toxicity rate than godaddy auction domains is the registrar.

Have a look here

https://features.icann.org/compliance/registrars-list

You can see the big registrars have millions of domains on them, but look at all the drop catching registrars. Not only do they hardly have any domains on them, but how many actual legit sites do you think are on those?

Not many.

And any that are real businesses will have transferred to a proper registrar.

So when you get a drop-catch domain, always transfer it to one of the big registrars as soon as the transfer lock is off. Any registrar above 1 million is good, but also remember the statistics when building your pbn.

In my next post I'm going to show you exactly which registrars you should put your pbns on. And it's NOT spreading it around equally among different registrars as almost every single guide will tell you.

I'll show you the math on why this is a terrible idea. It will shock you and have you immediately wanting to put most of your domains on the top 5 registrars.

So, get those domains off SNAPNAMES 96, LLC and so on. Imagine you saw a domain on that, you'd know instantly it was probably a spammer/marketer/pbn/re-built money site of some sort.


Cheers all.
 
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Nice, but don’t rip knowledge and act like it’s your own. Give credit where it’s due.

https://diggitymarketing.com/11-pbn-experiments/

All the main SEO knowledge is known by the top guys. Matt's just the only one that's published that. Many of us have known this for quite a while. There's a lot of knowledge that's kept secret and not shared. There's still things that I know today about pbns to make them work more effectively that I would not share openly on the forum or on any blog. Matt has also not published anything to do with the registrars list or the math behind how you place your pbns. In fact, no one has shared that publicly. And your post just puts me off sharing anything to be honest. I'll probably not bother sharing. Cheers.
 

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Have you experienced any differences in auction domain and dropped domain?
We currently waiting for a domain to be dropped. Asked the registrar and they replied that they don’t have auction for this domain.
We want to use it for our money site, so for dropped domain I know the creation date will start from a new date, but it got really strong links from nytimes and some other authority sites and it’s our niche (very small niche)

do you think this domain still worth to be as money site, is it gonna any different from auction domains with authority links?
 

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Have you experienced any differences in auction domain and dropped domain?
We currently waiting for a domain to be dropped. Asked the registrar and they replied that they don’t have auction for this domain.
We want to use it for our money site, so for dropped domain I know the creation date will start from a new date, but it got really strong links from nytimes and some other authority sites and it’s our niche (very small niche)

do you think this domain still worth to be as money site, is it gonna any different from auction domains with authority links?


Dropped domains aren't quite as good as aged auction domains. There are plenty of dropped domains that have amazing links though. BUT, the really good ones, you will have several people trying to get it. If it's actually a good domain then it probably won't ever be publicly available. Someone will catch it. Nothing good goes into the open market. A few 10-20 RD ones with 1-2 good links, but those are not going to do much for your SEO unless you build 100's of them or you're in a very low comp niche, but even then, I remember one of my amazon review sites that was low comp. It took 20-25 expired domains and about 30 expired tumblrs just to get it to the top 3 for the main keywords and making $800/mo, and this was back in 2015 when I still used expired domains to build pbns.

There are expiring domains with 500+ RDs and killer links. But a lot of them are usually caught by someone.

This is what I do for drop-caught domains :-

1) Move to a big registrar
2) Age for 40-45 days with 2000+ words of content and plenty of links to legit sites
3) Add another test article and link to a page on a smallish site somewhere to see what happens to it. If I get negative results, I age another 30 days and test another site. If I still get negative results then I test a 3rd site immediately after. If the 3rd one is negative. I ditch the domain, if it's positive, I use it.
 

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This is nice, but why mess around with PBNs at all. PBNs are old news and not worth the risk and cost.
 

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Dropped domains aren't quite as good as aged auction domains. There are plenty of dropped domains that have amazing links though. BUT, the really good ones, you will have several people trying to get it. If it's actually a good domain then it probably won't ever be publicly available. Someone will catch it. Nothing good goes into the open market. A few 10-20 RD ones with 1-2 good links, but those are not going to do much for your SEO unless you build 100's of them or you're in a very low comp niche, but even then, I remember one of my amazon review sites that was low comp. It took 20-25 expired domains and about 30 expired tumblrs just to get it to the top 3 for the main keywords and making $800/mo, and this was back in 2015 when I still used expired domains to build pbns.

There are expiring domains with 500+ RDs and killer links. But a lot of them are usually caught by someone.

This is what I do for drop-caught domains :-

1) Move to a big registrar
2) Age for 40-45 days with 2000+ words of content and plenty of links to legit sites
3) Add another test article and link to a page on a smallish site somewhere to see what happens to it. If I get negative results, I age another 30 days and test another site. If I still get negative results then I test a 3rd site immediately after. If the 3rd one is negative. I ditch the domain, if it's positive, I use it.


thanks for your reply, I really appreciate it.

well, it's not a popular niche and it's with a small register and doesn't offer auctions, which is mind-blowing. but the links are, well, I will show you (I have checked each one of them)

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it's super good and super niche relevant.

so I guess you are saying it's still gonna be very different from the auctioned non-dropped domains?

let's say if I follow the steps to test the toxicity and if it's a good one after the test, it's actually still not as good as the auctioned never-dropped domains with the same kind of link profile?

Thanks
 

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never use godaddy for register fullstop .

marketers no that 100%

pbn you never register with godaddy ever ..

godaddy are the first to report you for your traffic as a marketer there sad news .

there plenty of talk about what register to use , under godaddy issues .
 

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thanks for your reply, I really appreciate it.

well, it's not a popular niche and it's with a small register and doesn't offer auctions, which is mind-blowing. but the links are, well, I will show you (I have checked each one of them)

DHjbfnK.jpg


it's super good and super niche relevant.

so I guess you are saying it's still gonna be very different from the auctioned non-dropped domains?

let's say if I follow the steps to test the toxicity and if it's a good one after the test, it's actually still not as good as the auctioned never-dropped domains with the same kind of link profile?

Thanks


Yes this is definitely a strong domain.

For something like this, super niche relevant it'll be enough for you to just

1) Move it to a big registrar
2) Host it on major hosting
3) Age it for 45 days with 2k+ words of content

Then use it. You don't really have to test it. I see almost none that are toxic after those 3 things. SEO is random. People, matt diggity including do NOT test properly. He tests with 1 link to 1 site, and if it's negative, he labels it toxic. Whether he does this or not for his own or just for test cases is another matter. Just because 1 link to 1 page causes a slight drop doesn't mean the domain is toxic. It could be any number of things. If 3 links, to 3 separate pages, on 3 separate domains, all drop after the link, then it's very likely to be toxic.

I almost never find domains that are toxic with all 3 test cases.


This is nice, but why mess around with PBNs at all. PBNs are old news and not worth the risk and cost.

pbns are INCREDIBLY powerful and still better value per unit of link juice than guest posts.

never use godaddy for register fullstop .

marketers no that 100%

pbn you never register with godaddy ever ..

godaddy are the first to report you for your traffic as a marketer there sad news .

there plenty of talk about what register to use , under godaddy issues .

Rubbish. Absolute and utter rubbish.

You're trying to tell me that godaddy report sites to google? Why? What is their possible business motive for that.

They would put at risk their entire business and report their customers to google? Never.

This is pure conspiracy theory.
 

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Another awesome share, mate. Your posts are so informative, and the best part is you share your EXPERIENCE with us, not just some theory. I wish I could talk to you someday, although I am not that good at SEO tbh. :)
 

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How does someone avoid the 60 days lock of your domain once dropped and caught??
 
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