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How to promote old domains using new domains
beste way to pormote your web site with new domains
buguela

5+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 3347797 posted 5:29 pm on May 23, 2007 (gmt 0)

Hello guys,

I decided to buy new domains to increase the link pop of my sites. Im doing a research about the best practices to promote old domains using new domains and how can i promote those new domains fastly.

The idea is to use the main categories, negative words and locations of my nich as domain name:

- locationcategorie.com
- categorieinlocation.com
- locationcategorienegativeword.com

And work this domain name on the text.

Should i link each other?Or i just need to link this new domains to its old domains related?

Thanks fellows

 

oneguy

10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 3347797 posted 9:10 pm on May 23, 2007 (gmt 0)

I decided to buy new domains to increase the link pop of my sites. Im doing a research about the best practices to promote old domains using new domains and how can i promote those new domains fastly.

I'd probably start by building a time machine.

I never used that as a strategy, but I don't think it's been (very) useful as a strategy for several years.

If you're going to fully develop them all, it can help. In that case, though, now you have several domains that need link popularity instead of just the old one. I'd also take steps to have them owned by different entities, hosted different places, etc.

There are a lots of cases where I own such domains simply because they're worth owning. You'll have to decide if they are worth developing.

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