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Expired domains links?

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Msg#: 2833 posted 11:32 am on Nov 9, 2005 (gmt 0)

Hey guys,

Firstly, let me thank everyone for the valuable information posted on this forum, I have learned a lot through the past several months I have been following this page, and I hope to be able to provide my own contributions in the future.

I have a question regarding links, PR and expired domain names, I have recently purchased a couple of expired domains names with Links & PR, I am planning to use those domains to point to my current website, I am just not sure what would be the best way to do it?, is it better to make a forward? Or is it better to change the DNS of the new domains and make them load from my current website server?.

The way I am doing it now, is that I did change the domains DNS to show my current site, meaning when someone type the domain name, they see my current site (as well as my site domain name & PR shows on the browser address bar), my question would the links pointing to the old 2 domains acquired contribute PR or increase link popularity to my current website in this setup?

This is the first time, I purchase an expired domain, so any input in this matter and how to integrate it with my existing site, would be much appreciated.

Best regards,


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