Expired Domain Question????!
2016-06-11, 08:42 PM,
#1
Got a few questions regarding to expired domains. Im interested to get a few domains but still have a question about the linkprofile.

Most of the links will come from posts like "www.mysite/post/thistopic" Should i re-create the topics or do simething with the 403/301 redicrects? Because the backlinks are omming basically from links which are not existing anymore.

Also the sites im interested in to buy dont have a awesome linkprofile, but still a good juice from which i want to profit. Is a site with a juice about 500 to 1k Links too much? Basically Social Bookmarks, all kind of directorys (not very related keywords) and other T2 & T3 links. Would it be worth to profit from this kind of juice or should i go with domains owning less links but more quality ones. Any experiences?
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2016-06-18, 07:42 PM,
#2
You just 301 redirect all 404 not found pages to homepage.
Looking at backlinks amount is not the correct way to check quality of a domain. Look for a domain which is spam free, clean wayback history & have 10+TF. That's the minimum. Do not search for sites with thousands of links.. I get the feeling that you are new to this whole expired domain thing.. So aim for sites with minimum referring domains of 30 or higher.. This way you can easily check the backlink profile.
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2016-06-19, 09:29 AM,
#3
(2016-06-18, 07:42 PM)SEO Wrote: You just 301 redirect all 404 not found pages to homepage.
Looking at backlinks amount is not the correct way to check quality of a domain. Look for a domain which is spam free, clean wayback history & have 10+TF. That's the minimum. Do not search for sites with thousands of links.. I get the feeling that you are new to this whole expired domain thing.. So aim for sites with minimum referring domains of 30 or higher.. This way you can easily check the backlink profile.

Wrong, the mass 404 redirect to homepage is called soft redirect and google is devaluating it, it csn also cause footprint. This info is announced officialy by google in one of the webspam team hangout videos.
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2016-06-19, 10:50 PM,
#4
(2016-06-19, 09:29 AM)serpkiller Wrote:
(2016-06-18, 07:42 PM)SEO Wrote: You just 301 redirect all 404 not found pages to homepage.
Looking at backlinks amount is not the correct way to check quality of a domain. Look for a domain which is spam free, clean wayback history & have 10+TF. That's the minimum. Do not search for sites with thousands of links.. I get the feeling that you are new to this whole expired domain thing.. So aim for sites with minimum referring domains of 30 or higher.. This way you can easily check the backlink profile.

Wrong, the mass 404 redirect to homepage is called soft redirect and google is devaluating it, it csn also cause footprint. This info is announced officialy by google in one of the webspam team hangout videos.

How can a expired domain then be used or the backlinks if i cant redirect them?
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2016-06-20, 05:13 AM,
#5
(2016-06-19, 10:50 PM)Lemonhaze Wrote:
(2016-06-19, 09:29 AM)serpkiller Wrote:
(2016-06-18, 07:42 PM)SEO Wrote: You just 301 redirect all 404 not found pages to homepage.
Looking at backlinks amount is not the correct way to check quality of a domain. Look for a domain which is spam free, clean wayback history & have 10+TF. That's the minimum. Do not search for sites with thousands of links.. I get the feeling that you are new to this whole expired domain thing.. So aim for sites with minimum referring domains of 30 or higher.. This way you can easily check the backlink profile.

Wrong, the mass 404 redirect to homepage is called soft redirect and google is devaluating it, it csn also cause footprint. This info is announced officialy by google in one of the webspam team hangout videos.

How can a expired domain then be used or the backlinks if i cant redirect them?

You rebuild old pages via wayback machine, in case the URL is something strange like: example.com/asp?=dog-training-id=3123
Then you create new page with same content like this: example.com/dog-training

And then 301 redirect first URL to New one that you created, via .htaccess
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