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Whois details for national TLD's

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ambassy, Nov 28, 2015.

  1. Ambassy

    Ambassy BANNED BANNED

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    Basically I'm about to register some domains of my national TLD to extend my PBN (to do some local SEO).
    However the issue is the fact that, unlike .com/.net/etc. where you simply have to email verify your data, in my country they send a letter to the whois address which contains a code you have to input for verification.
    Seeing as I don't want all my whois profiles to look the same across all my domains, I find this troublesome.
    Have you guys had the same issues in your countries? And do you have any ideas regarding how to get around this?
     
  2. Ambassy

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    Bumping this up as I still am very interested if anyone else have faced this obstacle.
     
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    Bladharkje Regular Member

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    Might be easier to post the country tld you are registering so people can help your properly, it differs a lot per country/tld how to register/handle them
     
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    Yes, this is a problem for PBN's but on the other hand these verified domains get a MAJOR boost in SERPs once they age (and you do things right). Especially for local businesses in Europe. It's impossible to beat the big adwords spenders for certain niches, but with localized domains you can get close to the top. So you don't need too many of these to rank. Maybe you can register a couple at your granma's or some relative's address, and run these tier 1 links like money sites themselves. You might even cash in on them.
     
  5. Ambassy

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    Well it's for Denmark (.dk) domains which is displayed in my BHW profile as well.

    I appreciate your reply Bart. I too have thought of the option of registering domains at different people but I really don't like the idea of it as it still would limit me to <10 domains which isn't going to be enough since I don't want to link to all my clients from the very same few blogs.

    By the way, out of interest, could anyone share if they experience the same restriction in their country?
     
  6. mainceaft

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    it's first time I heard of this it's very rare to see similar obstruct . any way for local PBN you don't need to have huge number of website , form me I rank some KW's with single link from one site of min , if you reach ~10 in you PBN it will be very good specially if they gain more trust on G eye .
     
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  7. starki

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    A letter to a physical adress is really nasty. I'm around since 1998 and I didn't know this kind of verification exists for any extension. There are a bunch requiring local presence, but with (valid) bogus data and a valid email adress, these are never a problem. The number of relatives is limited, virtual offices aren' cheap and limited in number, too. The only solution I see: Look for trustworthy people (local classified ads etc.) who let you use their adress and forward you the letter. Sounds easier than it is, because it could be perceived as a reshipping scam and even if you are lucky finding reliable people, they won't do it for just a few bucks.
     
  8. seoisazombie

    seoisazombie Registered Member

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    well thats 2 bad.. i did the sme years ago with my country TLD and to get whois guard i would call or send an e-mail to the registrar and ask for it.