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Is there any difference between "DOMAIN" and "DOMAIN NAME"?
Does expired domain have any effect on PR after extending its expiry date?
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Some people buy it to resell (like buying up a forclosure property), others want to use the site, while others park it with pay-per-click ads and take in some revenue from existing traffic.
I've picked up other expired domains just because I liked them and thought that I might develop them someday, and still others because I thought they might have some resale value.
And no, there really isn't a difference between "domain" and "domain name" when talking about web addresses. "Domain name" is probably less ambiguous in general, but for the most part they're used interchangably.
Thank you people
Hopefully, someone else has some experience with grabbing expired domains and changing the content/theme that they can share :)
In my point of view it might happen next time Google indexes the domain which was bought and brought to life again.
As you know Google can track the history (link growth speed, content, traffic etc) of the domain. I am not mentioning about PR since expired domains often do not have any pages.
If the answer is yes, then I do not see any point of buying an expired domain unless I am after a special keyward brand name.
What is it from SEO point of view?
Any ideas, please?