Have you been looking high and low for some quality expired domains that were once owned by another person or company, a domain that already has powerful back-links? This is a smart strategy and kudos for you for discovering it! It is however a time consuming and tricky process to narrow in and find one of these hidden gems. Some niches are easier to find expired domains for while others is like finding a needle in a hay stack. Most expired previously owned domains that you come across will fail to meet the specific minimum requirements that make it an appropriate site to try and use for leverage online. But if you are able to find a quality domain with back-links, the site can be extremely helpful and ideally a very profitable find or purchase on your behalf. We may have one of these quality domains in stock and it doesn't hurt to ask us if we do. We have expired domain finders that sit around all day everyday looking for these domains to provide you with. After you give it a shot yourself and if you are still looking for the right domain, feel free to send us an email and we'll let you know if we can be of any use to you.
An old expired domain should meet certain requirements in order to consider buying and using it. Choosing a wrong expired domain will do you no good if you are planning on using it for your main money site (unless the domain name itself is something you need). The wrong expired domain would also hurt your existing website and drag it down if you are planning on pointing one towards your already existing website. You need to make sure that the expired domain has not been used in a old 'private blog network', you need to check to see if it has been altered in the past and to what extent (has in changed niches? is it still on topic and just an updated version), you need to see where the back-links are coming from and how those sites are ranked, you need to analyze the anchor texts, and finally have a look at the expired domains authority level, trust flow, citation flow, spam score, and page authority.
Once you are able to track down one of these expired domains, you will be able to register it yourself as if you were registering a brand new domain. You ca do this at sites such as Go Daddy and Name Cheap. Most of the time this registration fee will only cost you between $5 and $15. Once you have the old expired domain registered you can have it brought back to life from a previous version of the site. You can have a look at what the domain used to look like using Internet Archive, an internet machine that is like a time capsule of the internet. Once you have found a date/time that you like you can have the sight restored with all the old content and back-links. If you are unsure about how to do this please contact us and we can have this done for you. If need be we are able to do the whole process for you from locating the expired domain to restoring it back the way it was.
Using old expired domains that already have back-links is one of the best online marketing strategies and can be a very quick shortcut to hopping to the top of google. A strategy that works just as well as this one is by getting professional articles written about your niche, and having them placed on high ranking authority websites with keyword back-links pointing back to your site. This is a similar strategy to getting expired domains to do the same, but the potential to get even higher authority domains pointing to you site more of a sure thing, while the ability to track down a high quality expired domains is only possible if such domains exist... and if you can find them.