Finding PBN Domains For $1

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Finding high quality domains at auctions for your private blog network can get very expensive.  Its a game of hoping that no one will come along and get into a bidding war with you.  Personally, I hate it and can never seem to get a decent domain for less than $40-$70 and thats not even counting the registrars fee.

Well, what if I told you that there is a method for finding expired domains for as little as $1-10.  You would probably call B.S. on me, but after watching this video you’re gonna see that its totally possible.  Now in order to do this it’s not going to be completely free. There is going to be an upfront cost of $67 and an ongoing cost of around $70-$75.

I know the sounds of a lot of money every month, but when you factor in the cost of domains at auction, you can clearly see that this is a cost-effective way define domains. Furthermore, you can offset the cost by going to various marketplaces and selling them. In one round of this method, you should be able to find 20 to 25 domains.  If you can turn around and sell these for $10-30 apiece that’s a minimum of $200-$250 per round.  Do that a few times a month and you could easily be making an extra grand.

So, grab a cup coffee, sit back, and watch this video in its entirety. I know that you’ll find some great value and come out the other side with a great new skill.  If you have any comments, questions, or concerns, feel free to leave them in the comment section below.

Cheat Sheet

  1. Tools Needed:
    a. Scrapebox (Coupon in bonus section above)
    b. Majestic SEO – https://majestic.com/
    c. Private Proxies – http://buyproxies.org
  2. Domain Metrics (Video Here):
    a. Moz
    – DA >= 15 | Free: http://www.robingupta.com/bulk-domain-authority-checker.html
    b. Majestic

    – TF >=10
    – CF not more than 2x TF
    – Referring IP’s >= 10
    – Total Backlinks not greater than 10x referring IP’sCheck Google Index
    c. Use Wayback Machine to Check Site History

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