Expired Domain Metrics

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I have spent all day scrounging through 100 000 domains and organizing them into a list. So far the best I have found at least my top 2 at the moment are:

Art Site(its a dot com)


Majestic:
Trust Flow: 19 Citation Flow: 15
Healthy Anchors: No keyword is above 20% except the URL at 30%
11 referring domains

Moz:
PA: 28
DA: 14
Moz Trust: 5.1
Linking Root Domains: 6

Archive dot org
Site was the same for its entire lifespan
2 registrars according to WHOis

Language
Italian


Renting RV's and Motor Homes Type Site(its a dot com)

Majestic:
Trust Flow: 21 Citation Flow: 17
Healthy Anchors: diverse anchors nothing above 21%
20 referring domains

Moz:
PA:] 30
DA: 17
Moz Trust: 5.5
Linking Root Domains: 15

Archive
Site was the same for its entire lifespan
2 registrars according to WHOis 1 drop

Language
English



Do these seem like sites worth grabbing? At the moment I am making niche sites and wanted to start a PR blog network. These sites are not really relevant to my niche sites at the moment because they are targeting Art and Motor Homes but sometimes that doesnt matter with expired domains.

Can any PBN veterans give me some advice here?
#domain #expired #metrics
  • Profile picture of the author DeskCoder
    You didn't list the domain's PR ...

    Also, IMO, when first starting out, stick with niche relevant sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Two things. First of all, anchor text percentages do not matter at all whatsoever. Stop wasting time looking at those. Second, you need to use something to see if the links still exist. Majestic and Moz do not tell you that. Many times links stay in their database that were deleted months ago.
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    • Profile picture of the author Santoz
      Mike,

      Are there any tools/website that you can recommend that help someone figure out if the links still exist ?

      Thanks

      Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

      Two things. First of all, anchor text percentages do not matter at all whatsoever. Stop wasting time looking at those. Second, you need to use something to see if the links still exist. Majestic and Moz do not tell you that. Many times links stay in their database that were deleted months ago.
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Originally Posted by Santoz View Post

        Are there any tools/website that you can recommend that help someone figure out if the links still exist ?
        Scrapebox will verify live backlinks from a list of backlink page URLs.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve Waller
    A couple of things I'd like clarifying before I make any sort of judgement:

    1. Is the MozTrust quoted that of the root domain or the homepage? Root domain is what I am interested in.

    2. As Mike has said, the backlink tools can sometimes be out of date. Since there are few links to check, have you done so manually by doing a 'view source' on the relevant pages and searching for your domains to see if they are still present?
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    • Profile picture of the author AffiliatingAlan
      Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

      Two things. First of all, anchor text percentages do not matter at all whatsoever. Stop wasting time looking at those. Second, you need to use something to see if the links still exist. Majestic and Moz do not tell you that. Many times links stay in their database that were deleted months ago.
      On what planet to anchor text variations not matter? What about dat Penguin.


      Originally Posted by Steve Waller View Post

      A couple of things I'd like clarifying before I make any sort of judgement:

      1. Is the MozTrust quoted that of the root domain or the homepage? Root domain is what I am interested in.

      Root Domain. www version.

      2. As Mike has said, the backlink tools can sometimes be out of date. Since there are few links to check, have you done so manually by doing a 'view source' on the relevant pages and searching for your domains to see if they are still present?
      I manually check all the PR links.
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