I have a domain which I used for Adsense/CPA previously. It reached a PR1 and received some decent traffic/clicks.
In my infinite wisdom (or stupidity), I shut it down. Since shutting it down around 6 months ago, the domain itself has been forwarded to a CPA offer.
The original content on the site was taken down as well, so that now there is only the domain name, with no hosted content whatsoever.
If I search for the exact domain name in Google, it is still indexed, and is the number one result. The description underneath is a description of the CPA offer. So it is at least "up to date".
Also, there are lots of links to the domain name which appear in the SERP's due to other sites previously linking to my site (I suppose).
So, finally, here's my question. Did I commit "domain suicide"? Can I go back now and refurbish this domain with new content? Will that just confuse the heck out of the search engines? Better off scrapping this domain? Or, make a bigger and better Adsense/CPA site than ever before?
I'm sure I left out some important details, but I am interested in a SEO expert's opinion.
All I ask is that you focus on my question, and not remind me of my idiotic mistake of taking down the site. I'm fully aware of that already.
Thanks Warriors/Best Wishes