What do you look for when buying expired domains?

Started by glawar, Jun 23, 2022, 07:57 AM

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glawarTopic starter

There are a lot of things to consider when buying expired domains. What are the thing you look for in a expired domain? and what are the steps you take before buying?
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Austin

Backlinks, length, number of extensions taken, radio test, any previous sales with same keyword, LinkedIn search results, Google search results and the extension of the domain name.
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JSImediaJS123

The use of expired domain name SEO is definitely an area of gray and highly contentious issues.
There are differing opinions as to whether or not expired domain names should be used for any type of SEO or for new development efforts.
Obviously, using expired domains can help increase website backlinks and search rankings, as well as increase website traffic by redirecting an expired domain to your website.

In fact, depending on the domain, this can increase your traffic exponentially.

Because many site owners are quick to learn about launching their new website or online business, it can take years to reach the desired PageRank, trustworthy backlinks, and SEO support in the major search engines.

And this includes an expired domain.

However, building a website from a trusted expired domain name can take less time if you know what you're doing and what you're paying attention to before buying, redirecting, or developing a website on an expired domain.
For most buyers of expired websites and domain names, purchase decisions are based on the estimated volume of website traffic for the expired domain without traffic authentication.

Expired domains with deceptive website traffic can sometimes cause sites to crash and crash.

Essentially, site owners use the domain to create a spams site in order to cash in on traffic or scam an uninformed buyer of the site. buying a site based on an inflated amount of traffic,
Once a website and domain are severely penalized or de-indexed by search engines, they allow the domain name to expire because it is no longer in use.

The expired domain name will still support traffic, but most of the traffic can be categorized as spam (eg bots, crawlers, automated scripts).
Again, you'll want to use SEO tools to perform a legal check on an expired domain.

However, my advice is clear and simple, and that is to stay away from these types of domain names.
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