How to Find expired domains for your blog network

Have you recently built a website but cannot figure out why you don't have traffic pouring in? You may be looking around for that proverbial "X" factor to draw visitors to your site. But before you go drop money on the net's equivalent of the magic beans, read these SEO tips first.

How to Find expired domains for your blog network

it's Martin here from local SEO dotnet and i'm going to make two videos for you in this first video I'm going to show you a free method without any paid tools on how you can find expired domains that are relevant to your niche. so if you're doing SEO for your own website or for your clients website this is very very invaluable training and they will benefit a lot.

Before we start  I don't have to explain how powerful relevant backlinks are...
 
what i mean by that is usually when you're doing SEO and when you're building backlinks you want to always find sites that are relevant to your niche and drop a link on these sites. now if for example your money site is about computers and you drop a link on a real estate website which is unrelated in this case then that link will help but not as much as a relevant one.
 
If you want to spend 200 or 300 dollars per a domain then you can buy them on auctions.  you can do that of course and these links will be powerful however it will be very difficult for you to find a decent domain for a decent price that is relevant to your niche.
 
You can read more about expired domains here http://abbasravji.com/how-to-find-expired-domains/
 
Expired domains that i'll show you how to research and by the way this is by far the best method that i have discovered so far I've been trying many different things over the last two years and this is by far one of the most effective ways I have found.
 
When you get an expired Domain that is relevant to your niche and it has backlinks pointing to it that are relevant to your keywords. These are the type of Expired domains that are crazy powerful for you to benefit from because google will go to the site and it will look at your backlinks and it will also look at the backlinks of those sites linking back to you

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To optimize good search engine results, write a description of your page's content on the meta tag. The content of this tag is what search engines display for the summary of a search result. The end user searching for your keyword will see this summary and will decide whether or not to visit your page.

The way to do this is to make a robots text file and place it in your site's root directory. txt file and placing it in your computer's root directory. This prevents search engines from gaining access to certain files on your site.

Only use URL parameters to generate dynamic pages when absolutely necessary. If a search engine sees a URL like mysite.com?param1=3812¶m2=sjhwefjo, it will assume that there are an infinite number of possibilities for this URL and not bother indexing them. Using parameters for transaction-specific data that a search engine wouldn't care about is fine, though.

How you present keywords is just as important as using them consistently. By adding bold or italic tags, you impart importance to your visitors and draw their attention to them. This also has an impact on the search engines. This simple addition brings weight to searches and drives visitors to act.

To make sure users can find your old content through search engines, you should link to it in recent posts. When a search engine sees a page being linked back to, the page will be considered more relevant. It is important to use keywords when linking back to your original post.

Take advantage of free local business directories and bookmarking sites. Enter your website's information into any or all of the free local business directories out there. Also enter your website's URL and description into bookmarking sites. This will make your website slightly easier to be stumbled upon during web searches.

Do not spread yourself too thin. Use a limited amount of keywords throughout your entire website. Some search engines recommend no more than twenty. If you do more than this, you may end up not getting the searches you want, because the search engine recognizes you are overdoing it. Keep it simple!

Live by the rule that no page on your site should be more than two clicks away from your home page. Search engines hate deep links and often times ignore them. As well, by sticking to this rule, you help guarantee that all of your pages get to enjoy some residual page rank value from your home page.

Now do you understand why you should avoid those magic beans and snake oil out there? These tips above have just explained to you that earning higher page placement and better overall rankings is about catering to your market and the engine. You don't need magic for this. You only need to use the tips above.