What is the Best choice of Expired Web2.0?

Eric Zhao

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I just read a very good thread: https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/starting-a-pbn-or-buy-a-seo-service.1006715/

And I decided, for me poor people, to start Expired Web2.0 by myself.

My question is:
(1) What's your best suggested sources? Tumblr? Weebly? Blogspot? or any others?
(2) Are they can be indexed by google?
(3) Are they still good at passing juice?
Or any other tips, please let me know also.

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Dunno if this helps, but when you share a yt video, it shows a list of accounts you should share to, Weebly, Tumblr etc. I'd suggest these ones would be worth looking into if you want to rank videos. Yt is telling you what it values imo.
 

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The success of registering an expired web2.0 property would depend on whether the web2.0 would release the old sub-domains, so that you can re-register those back accordingly, and tap to the metrics that entail.
So far, not many web2.0 would release back those old subdomains, or hardly release those, and by the time that they release it, it may get snapped up extremely quickly, especially those that have good metrics.
But among all the web2.0, the easiest to register is Tumblr, and they do release back the old sub-domain after X-time, which you can re-register. Wordpress may be good, but with so many restrictions that come with the platform, it would be difficult to re-use it. Some successes with Blogger, but they take so much of their time to release the sub-domains.
 

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The success of registering an expired web2.0 property would depend on whether the web2.0 would release the old sub-domains, so that you can re-register those back accordingly, and tap to the metrics that entail.
So far, not many web2.0 would release back those old subdomains, or hardly release those, and by the time that they release it, it may get snapped up extremely quickly, especially those that have good metrics.
But among all the web2.0, the easiest to register is Tumblr, and they do release back the old sub-domain after X-time, which you can re-register. Wordpress may be good, but with so many restrictions that come with the platform, it would be difficult to re-use it. Some successes with Blogger, but they take so much of their time to release the sub-domains.

The only web2 that I have managed to get expired domains from, is Tumblr.

I have found many (really many) expired blogspot and wordpress domains, but neither blogspot nor wordpress allow me to regester them.

They must have discovered what we are doing here lol.
 

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(1) What's your best suggested sources? Tumblr? Weebly? Blogspot? or any others?
Try this also Wordpress , Beep,HubPages,squidoo

(2) Are they can be indexed by google?
Yes sure all Web 2.0 posts can get index by google.

(3) Are they still good at passing juice?
Or any other tips, please let me know also.
You get ******** link from those web 2.0 list means sure you can get link juice form that link.
I think these post lists are useful for you: https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/some-high-da-instant-approval-sites.982126/
 

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Tumblr, Weebly, Overblog, rest is not worth a bother if you want to get a multiple decent ones or sell them etc. You can scrape for 2 weeks and not get a single TF5+ overblog nowadays, so smaller platforms are even worse. Also, I am not aware of Wordpress allowing re-registration.
 

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Also, I am not aware of Wordpress allowing re-registration.
Came here to say this. WP blogs are useful, but you definitely can't get expired WPs. Must be made from scratch.

Although they do seem to be quite spam resistant relative to some other platforms. GSA blasting a WP seems to (generally) not get it removed by the WP admins, whereas doing the same to some of the other smaller web 2.0s tends to get your blogs taken down.

There are a few other platforms that others have mentioned that can't be re-registered, either. Pretty sure Jimdo domains cannot be re-registered. Really, most web 2.0s can't be re-registered.

Tumblrs are probably the easiest. Shoutout to the homie @BassTrackerBoats for this quality thread, which still works to get d*follow links from Tumblrs:
https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/using-tumblrs-to-get-backlinks-my-worst-video-ever-by-far.843506/

@mindmaster has written some good info on using expired web 2.0s as well:
https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/reviews-case-study-t-blaster-50-tumblr-blogposts.976820/

And, of course, stalk @Nargil's post history as well for more good info on expired web 2.0s (and expired domains in general).
 

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Tumblr, Weebly, Overblog, rest is not worth a bother if you want to get a multiple decent ones or sell them etc. You can scrape for 2 weeks and not get a single TF5+ overblog nowadays, so smaller platforms are even worse. Also, I am not aware of Wordpress allowing re-registration.

Have you managed getting expired Weebly domains? I have found quite a few, but Weebly does not let me register them.
 

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Have you managed getting expired Weebly domains? I have found quite a few, but Weebly does not let me register them.

Post or PM a few examples of what you're trying to register and can help you figure out the problem.

Also, @Nargil definitely has expired Weeblys -- he sells them, too.
 

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Have you managed getting expired Weebly domains? I have found quite a few, but Weebly does not let me register them.

Same as Tumblr. Some can be registered, some cannot. If it can't be registered, then just move on.
 
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