superclown2 - 8:16 pm on Feb 4, 2011 (gmt 0)
This thread should have a government health warning on it. some of these linking tricks could not only damage your income but destroy it.
Detecting the fact that a site has links from domains that were previously deleted is childishly simple and sooner or later the search engines will include one more filter in their algorythms and in a split second that could be the end of a lucrative business that was paying the mortgage and feeding the kids. Seeing a stunt that was 'infallable' and 'undetectable' result in a site suddenly disappearing from the SERPs is not pleasant as I know too well from personal experience.
Buying an existing, live domain and putting your own links on it might well work long term and keeping a deleted one on ice for a year or two before using it for linking might be OK, despite the inevitable link decay but these search engine guys are not fools, and I remember threads from several years ago when it was pointed out that they knew what was going on and were warning that they would drop on this when they got round to it. And that's before your competitor sees what you're doing and sends in a spam report. I lost two very profitable sites as a result of competitor complaints, I read all about one person's moans on the Google blog and a couple of weeks later the sites were grey barred and finished along with all the work and investment I'd put in.
Most of us don't make money with throw-away domains, those days are gone now. The only sites that are really profitable are those that we invest considerable time, effort and money in and they are too valuable to be risked by using such obvious spamming techniques.