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Where to Buy High Quality Expired Domains (Not 1-2 links from CNN etc.)?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by johnsampson, Jun 19, 2015.

  1. johnsampson

    johnsampson Newbie

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    New here, but been reading for awhile.

    Domain mining isn't my cup of tea - takes far too much time and the domains I find are very rarely quality. I've looked at the marketplace for expired domains but domains that have a link or two deeply buried from sites like CNN, Forbes, Huff Post etc. just don't cut it for me. If I'm looking to spend the inevitable time and effort into making each domain in my PBN look like a real money site I want the effort to be worthwhile.

    My budget isn't so high that I can splash $1,000 on a single domain, but I have a budget of around $5,000 and am happy to spend $150-250 on each one. A domain for this price obviously won't be too special, but I feel there should be enough quality to make it worth the effort to spend time on it.

    Anyone have any recommendations?
     
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  2. Gyuman82

    Gyuman82 Elite Member

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    Your best bet would probably be Godaddy Auctions.
     
  3. MaxiJazz

    MaxiJazz Newbie

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    GoDaddy gets expensive, but there are tons of websites selling expired domains. Problem is - for each of them, you need to take your time and do a complete analysis. For that budget you could, maybe, hire a programmer to build a scanner with the proper filters. Or just buy one premade, for under 500$. Then again, scanning takes time and knowldge. You never know what you're buying in the end. 100% reliable sources are scarce. And it really depends what you want to do with them. If you're trying to build a PBN, it gets even more complicated. For 150$ you could get, maybe, a domain with decent metrics, but not linked from CNN of HuffPost.
     
  4. TheSEOWizard

    TheSEOWizard Power Member

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    Your price is decent and you should be able to grab non-dropped domains from auction sites (including Godaddy as a poster mentioned above) for that price. An expired domain means it is a dropped domain in most likelihood. If you are just going to purchase a dropped domain, why spend such a price? There are also services on BHW which helps you in finding expired domains and somewhat automates the process. DHG is a good example. You can find their sales thread here:

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...find-hi-quality-domains-get-started-free.html

    DHG is a service by the No Hands Group who are an old and reputed brand in the SEO industry.

    They also have a 7 days trial. So, you can check the expired domain hunter for a week before making up your mind on whether it fits your need and you can find expired domains relatively more easily.

    What type of stats are you looking at BTW. There are also sales thread in the marketplace which provide better expired domains at slightly higher prices too if I remember correctly.
     
  5. greenlabelseo

    greenlabelseo Regular Member

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    FreshDrop is where you can find the most valuable domains.