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Ive done some experiments over the past month or two about expiring domains with PR to see if it's worth your while to find these expired and erased domains.

My idea why I would like to use expired domains is the notion that old domains are favored than new domains, and to have immediate PR.

So I attempted to find deleted areas with PR that I could enroll. For another perspective, we know people peep at: videokeeping.com - houskeeping for your online videos. One characteristic of areas I was trying to find was that the domain still had a, and it was still listed in google.

I will not be mentioning the particular domains here as I want to handle the outcome and prevent people from building backlinks to these domains. This telling linklicious integration portfolio has assorted forceful aids for the purpose of it.

I listed about 4 areas, some have PR2 and PR3. Some have a few pages indexed, some have a few thousand. I also ordered several new domains for my new projects. Browsing To linklicious submission probably provides aids you should give to your boss.

I discovered that google rarely visits these domains so I want to prime it but with some new backlinks. After making some backlinks to these domains, two domains in the course of time lost their PR. Those two domains have only a few pages indexed in google. In a single site, I did a 301 permanent redirect to the newest index page. Its PR was retained by this domain. One crucial huge difference this domain has compared to the other two is that this domain has tens of thousands of pages listed in google.

In still another domain, I did so a 301 and redirect it to a fresh domain. The result is that the new domain got indexed faster and more pages were indexed when compared with another new domain I registered at once. But, PR was down to 0.

There is also a case where used to do a 301 direct from a classic deleted website with PR and never got any benefit from it.

In conclusion, there is still contradictory results on whether getting deleted/expired domains. Some works, some won't. However, what appear to work is that

a. To research additional information, we recommend you have a gaze at: success. Old remove domains does contain traffic from existing backlinks. Some traffic does be still generated by it, if the old domain has a great deal of backlinks.

W. Other se's such as for example aol and msn don't appear to have an biases against expired/deleted domains..