Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Aty, Jul 4, 2012.
Is the TDNAM addon not working for others?
Thanks for this. been looking for a tutorial like this. I simply went to expireddomainsfinder.com to do this. But I like that your method uses PR.
A question for you though is, how do you find expired domains with a specific keyword. The keyword doesnt have to be in the URL, but can be a keyword that the original website content had, as well as had back links with anchor text of that keyword. Is this even possible to find? If a website like this is found and registered, will it even be ranked high? I heard that if you buy an expired domain, then the domain age is reset and it is just like buying a new domain. I.e there is not benefit of buying an expired domain True or false?
I know those are a lot of question, but they have been on my mind for a while now.
It's working for everyone.
Just enter your keyword in TDNAM keyword field instead of 'com', 'net', 'org' or 'info'.
As far as I know it's not possible.
Not true. I bought lately such an expired domain which is like firstname-lastname.com (the name of a realtor, so it was real estate site before) except it wasn't Dmoz listed, and I successfully ranked it for a couple 3k+ local searches keywords in health niche, surprisingly I outranked some EMDs too on first page, and all this with just one 1000+ word scraped article on the expired domain, no on-page SEO except page title and a wiki blast using 50+ LSI keywords.
Good tut, explained very well, very useful for catching those good domains
Guys what about ppl from Europe? Can we have account with godaddy? I mean they won't need IDs, phone calls. We need domains not a bank accounts.
I heard only bad things about godaddy...
Amazing post, thanks for taking the time.
As always and have blessed one.
Thanks for this valuable tut.
Btw, I usually check the backlinks profile to the domain using seo spyglass to make sure that pr is fairly safe (will stick).
great tutorial thanks!
hey thanks for your sharing dude.
Just saw this, thanks.
Also if you use the extension detailed in the following thread then you might pick up a good bargain.
Great tutorial. ! Thanks. (although I use a different method)
Thank you aty1985 have tried to do this before and failed now will try it with your method. Thanks guys for reviving the thread so I could find it.
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