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Ive done some tests over the past couple of months about expiring domains with PR to see if it is worth your while to find these expired and removed domains.

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

So I attempted to find deleted domains with PR that I can register. One characteristic of areas I was trying to find was that the domain still had a, and it was still listed in google. To explore more, please consider checking out: Learning Photoshop By way of Video Tutorials 45930 | cosers网.

I will not be mentioning the specific domains here as I want to control the outcomes and stop folks from building backlinks to these domains.

I listed about 4 domains, some have PR2 and PR3. Some have a few pages indexed, some have a few thousand. I also bought a few new domains for my new tasks. Click here Grocery coupon Solution to simplify your grocery list@ds10hp1mp|PChome 個人新聞台 to learn when to flirt with this view.

I learned that google rarely visits these domains so I need to prime it but with some fresh backlinks. After producing some backlinks to these domains, two domains eventually lost their PR. These two domains have only a few pages indexed in google. In one single domain, I did a 301 permanent redirect to the new index page. To get further information, please consider checking out: linklicious service. This website retained its PR. One important huge difference this domain has compared to the other two is that this domain has a large number of pages listed in google.

In another domain, I did a 301 and direct it to a brand new domain. The result is that the new domain got indexed faster and more pages were indexed in comparison to another new domain I registered at the same time frame. But, PR was down seriously to 0.

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

To conclude, there's still conflicting results on whether getting deleted/expired domains. Some works, some dont. Nevertheless, what appear to work is that

a. Traffic does be contained by old delete domains from existing backlinks. It still does produce some traffic, if the old area has a lot of backlinks.

b. Other search-engines such as yahoo and bing don't seem to have an biases against expired/deleted areas..