Should I buy a domain for backlinks?

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I found a domain with very good verified backlinks related to my topic from highly trusted related sites (even some .gov directly related to my keyword/topic)

But I don't want to use that domain. But I want the link juice. What is the best way of collecting link juice from that domain and forward it into mine?

Should I "re-activate" the domain with content and simply link to my site?

Or should i 301 redirect the domain to my site?

So thankful for your help
#search engine optimization #backlinks #buy #domain
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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    Buy it, build a few pages of relevant content in it and use it as a link to your main site.

    I do this all the time, works great if its got good pr and good inbound links
  • Profile picture of the author icemonkey9
    Hey Mr Montgomery ,

    Another vote in favor of standing up a nice little site and making sure that your old inbound links go to the appropriate (remade) pages or there's some 301 in place. Then, don't spam, but put in some well placed links and enjoy the juice.

    As simple 301/reroute over to the other site has nowhere near as much value.
  • Profile picture of the author MagicWorld
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    301 redirect the domain to your site is suffice. 301 redirect ensure all the link juices are transferred to your website and your website will get the PR of the domain that you want to buy too.
  • Profile picture of the author jeff09
    Your domain must be from different IP. Backlinks from root domain will help a lot to boost ranking in a very short period.
  • Profile picture of the author squadron
    I'd try a 301 redirect to the sitemap of your site - spread the link-love
  • Profile picture of the author Annie15
    Make the links look natural, it would be a problem only if Google identifies them as unnatural, your competitor reports about those links.
    • Profile picture of the author webby0031
      Originally Posted by Annie15 View Post

      Make the links look natural, it would be a problem only if Google identifies them as unnatural, your competitor reports about those links.

      This is a total waste of time.. ive seen loads of these FAKE blogs.. they can be spotted a MILE off.. just 301 or link up your site with keywords.. fk trying to make it look like a "real" site to try and trick google ... no matter what you do its obvious to anyone with half a brain that its being used for backlinking
  • Profile picture of the author dotgirish
    If you just need the link juice to one of your site , 301 should work, but to make it more safe and natural, build pages and link it back to your site including sub pages. Keep adding domains to your network and over a period you build your own network which is very powerful to rank your keywords.
  • Profile picture of the author Hansons
    IP address is also counted, if you are buying high pr domain, hosting on the same IP address then you would get the value but it would be a little.... so try to host on different IP address to get maximum benefit..
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    • Profile picture of the author webby0031
      Originally Posted by Hansons View Post

      IP address is also counted, if you are buying high pr domain, hosting on the same IP address then you would get the value but it would be a little.... so try to host on different IP address to get maximum benefit..
      LOl again.. where is the evidence that backlinking on the same IP is at reduced link Juice .. are you serious ? ... of course different ip for safety.. but sites on the same ip pass less link juice ? really ? eveidence please
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