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When you trying to build a PBN

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by swekredit, Feb 18, 2017.

  1. swekredit

    swekredit Newbie

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    if you finde a experied domains that is good, and when you are trying to registrate it it usually costs 70 usd even if there is no bidders. How to i go around this costs, and strictly registrate the domain almost for free. I heard about a guy that finds experied domains and if there is no bidders he regisrtates them at 1 usd each.

    How to you do it?
     
  2. davids355

    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Look at expired domains, not auction domains. Then if you find one it only costs you the registration fee.
     
  3. Google Prince

    Google Prince Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    It should not cost $70 if the domain is expired, expired domains w/ tld's like .com, .org, .net cost anywhere between $9-12, that's it!

    It sounds like your looking at domains listed in auctions. Here's how to properly search for an expired domain:

    - Step 1 go to chosen name register, in this example I'm using namecheap. You can use any other like Godaddy, Namesilo, Dyndot etc.
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    - Step 2 enter your domain(Here's an expired domain I found the other day, somebody can have it if they want :D)
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    - Step 3 view cart enter coupon code for discount & Woohooo you got your domain, all done.
     
  4. Nargil

    Nargil Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If you want auction domains, then do not use Namejet and similar scammy crap. Not that Godaddy is any better, but you can still get a domain for give or take $25 with a minimum bid. :)