I’ve been using PBN Lab ever since I started using expired domains (sometime in July 2015 – so that’s almost 2 years now).
I don’t have a monthly subscription since I only need a handful of domains every now and then, but whenever I need some, PBN Lab is my go-to software.
For this particular tutorial we’re going to learn how to find awesome-quality domains just like this:
Sweet mother of God.
One single homepage link from this site increased my rankings to more or less 10 spots – I guess this isn’t the magic link that takes me to first page, but I’m pretty happy with the results.
“But Yesh, that’s a fluke – you should be called FlukeMeister instead” (man I’m so corny)
I actually found a few more.
This one’s a got a hundred RDs and ranking for some keywords.
While this one has 90, ranking for keywords, AND gets some organic traffic.
Each domain is super niche specific and has links from multiple authority sites. I would love to share more, but that’s giving away too much.haha
Want to find expired domains like these ones? Read on and find out!
Note: Aside from being Facebook friends (lol), I’m not affiliated with PBN Lab in any way.
Turns out PBN Lab actually has an affiliate program.lol Some links might be affiliate links, but do know that I wrote this article without prior knowledge of the program’s existence – I made this just to share, yo!
What We’re Going To Learn
- The exact step-by-step process I used to find 200+ referring domains
- Is PBN Lab good for you? Pros and Cons
- How to make your life easier with the Keyword Search Builder sheet
- Discover the filters I am using, and why TF sucks ass.