Is it a must to pay attention to the visual aspects of an expired domain when we want to use it as a PBN?
For instance I got a domain which used to be a portfolio that belonged to a painter. There wasn't too much text on the homepage. My niche is cars. It's kinda easy to make the site about car paintings. However do I need to keep the portfolio style with little text on Homeoage or can I rebuild it to a blog and keep it visually totally unrelated? Just wondering if this has any impact on…
What is your opinion about testing your expired domains before adding to your network?
The test itself is described here diggitymarketing.com/how-to-test-your-pbns/
I was thinking that if you are trying to rank a site, you add tens of backlinks each month. In such a case it is hard to say if this particular PBN link actually works or not.
Since PBNs are supposed to be one of the most powerful links you get, you gotta make sure they work properly, correct?
Hey I have a question about expired domains and former-PBNs which are still INDEXED. We should still avoid them because:
1. There is a higher chance of deindexation if used as PBNs again
2. They simply will not work at all due to the fact of being used as PBNs in the past?
Hello, I just started to rank a local site (for my city) and I am just wondering how much it differs from ranking a global (country) site. Except building local citations and embedding a map, is there anything else I should pay attention to?