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OnlineBusiness.com’s new guide explains how expired domains’ past link profiles can be leveraged to benefit SEO.
For the purposes of the guide, a DAP score of 40 to 50 is average, and a DAP score of 60 is excellent.
You can avoid mistakes and get a ‘head start’ in search by knowing how to evaluate expired domains.
Prior to buying an expired domain name, the guide shows how to check the backlink profile history.
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NEW YORK – OnlineBusiness.com has released a new guide that discusses the best tips to check an expired domain. The guide details a step-by-step process on how to buy an expired domain name and use it to leverage its past link profile for SEO benefits.
According to the guide, the Domain Authority (DA) and the Page Authority (PA) are good indicators of the expired domain’s authority and trust online. A recent article from Entrepreneur highlights the importance of aged domain names. It states that startups should focus on using well-aged, authoritative expired domains to get quality backlinks for a website. Search engine experts report that a DA score of 40 to 50 is average but a score of 60 is considered excellent.