now Ask SEO It’s a fun question that is sure to cause controversy, so I ask publishers if they can do something we don’t: leave a comment on this post! In the spirit of the debate, let’s dig into it and see what happens. Today’s question is from Kaan in New York. Before we get into that, the reference must be removed. Kann's question is: "Is buying an outdated domain in the same niche with a good DA/PA score considered a viable strategy? I want to get backlinks from an outdated domain to my new website. I'm not sure if it’s a blackhat SEO strategy.
If it is then of course I won’t do it. advertising Continue reading below Revisiting outdated domains is something that has been around in the SEO world since about 30 seconds after SEO first discovered PageRank. It’s been so long that the whatsapp phone number list first people to do it for SEO probably did it before the term SEO was coined. The idea is simple: if a site has a lot of links, I can post them to my page and all the links and theirs.ranom domain authorityThe PageRank will transfer to my new site. And guess? That worked! In the old days in SEO, it was a tried and tested strategy and got results.
Advertising Continue reading below For a while, it was really involved, and people were considering whether to transfer penalties over 301 and the impact that would have on your competitor’s recovery or injury. A lot of time was spent on it because of the short -lived results. Here’s Matt Cutts in 2013 answering a question about the factors that drive PageRank across 301 redirects. This is not explicitly stated, but we do know why the person asked this question: He is using the above strategy. Here’s the controversial part: This strategy has really failed in a short period of time.