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Getting expired domains for PR, does it still work?
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Ive done some studies in the last few months about expiring domains with PR to see if it is worth your while to get these expired and wiped domains.

My idea why I would want to use expired domains is the idea that old domains are preferred than new domains, and to get instant PR.

So I attempted to find deleted domains with PR that I can register. One feature of domains I was trying to find was that the domain still had a, and it was still shown in google.

I won't be mentioning the actual domains here as I need to control the outcomes and stop folks from building backlinks to these domains.

I registered about 4 areas, some have PR2 and PR3. Some have a few pages listed, some have a few thousand. I also bought a couple of new domains for my new jobs. To read more, people may have a peep at: linklicious.com.

I learned that google seldom visits these domains so I want to prime it but with some fresh backlinks. After making some backlinks to these domains, two domains fundamentally lost their PR. This disturbing company website URL has oodles of stirring suggestions for where to engage in it. Those two areas have only a few pages listed in google. In a single area, I did so a 301 permanent redirect to the newest index page. This domain retained its PR. Learn extra information on this partner use with by going to save on. One key big difference this domain has compared to the other two is that this domain has 1000s of pages listed in google.

In yet another domain, I did a 301 and direct it to a brand new domain. The result is that the new domain got indexed quicker and more pages were indexed when compared with another new domain I registered at the same time frame. However, PR was right down to 0.

There is also an incident where I did a 301 direct from a classic deleted area with PR and never got any benefit from it.

In summary, there's still inconsistent effects on whether getting deleted/expired areas. Some works, some dont. However, what appear to work is that

a. Browse here at http://linklicious.org/ to study why to see it. Old eliminate areas does include traffic from existing backlinks. It still does produce some traffic, if the old area has tons of backlinks.

W. Other se's such as yahoo and msn don't seem to have an biases against expired/deleted domains..
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