Epic redirect...
2015-07-11, 04:48 PM,
#1
So i was cheking out some ads and ended up on some "seo" site where they give a full report of ur site before u even buy some shit, as i am a skeptical person i just typed in a domain which came into my mind to see what kind of report it generates, so i typed in crackwhore.com and to my amazement the domain actually exists, so naturally i typed in the domain ( for research pourpuses offcource ) and fml it is redirecting to ign, which is a gaming site.
Its clearly not a negative redirect made by someone hatin on ign as it has some backlinks with gaming related keywords.
SO my question is why....
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hackartz(2015-08-22 06:54 PM) teers44(2015-07-12 01:05 PM) 
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2015-07-11, 10:50 PM,
#2
Could be that the guys from IGN saw an opportunity for easy traffic by picking up domain crackwhore.com; you typed it into the report site right? I imagine there's quite a few guys out there typing the exact same thing into the browser, so they are picking up all that traffic... and hey, who knows guys into crackwhores.com might be into gaming also right?

This might be part of their overall traffic getting strategy.... picking up auctioned or expired domains that have natural organic traffic already, and redirecting it to their site; and if that's the case they prob have dozens or even hundreds of such redirects..... not sure if that's an entirely safe SEO/traffic strategy, but if that's actually what they're doing, you've got to give them credit for having some balls LOL.
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2015-07-12, 12:44 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2015-07-12, 12:45 AM by DutchPride.)
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(2015-07-11, 10:50 PM)RaggaMuffinz Wrote: Could be that the guys from IGN saw an opportunity for easy traffic by picking up domain crackwhore.com; you typed it into the report site right? I imagine there's quite a few guys out there typing the exact same thing into the browser, so they are picking up all that traffic... and hey, who knows guys into crackwhores.com might be into gaming also right?

This might be part of their overall traffic getting strategy.... picking up auctioned or expired domains that have natural organic traffic already, and redirecting it to their site; and if that's the case they prob have dozens or even hundreds of such redirects..... not sure if that's an entirely safe SEO/traffic strategy, but if that's actually what they're doing, you've got to give them credit for having some balls LOL.

Quote:and hey, who knows guys into crackwhores.com might be into gaming also right?
This made me laugh, thanks.
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RaggaMuffinz(2015-07-12 02:15 AM) 

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2015-07-12, 03:06 AM,
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Using high traffic, domain names (Whether it is related to your niche or not) is a great way to get some new leads. Even if only 2% end up buying something it's worth it.

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RaggaMuffinz(2015-07-12 07:12 AM) 

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