#1 Register outbound domain with PR by scobar 16.07.2017 10:28

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Hey!
I have a small question that I hope someone
can answer
When some tire or forget to renew their
domains, they are for others to register when
the domain has expired.
I have now purchased two domains, as I know
that one had PR3 and the other PR4.
How does Google view this if I post content
similar to the one else before? Will the
pagerank come back or do it play a major role
what the content pages have for content?
I have made 301 redict on those subpages that
had links to the homepage.
Anyone who knows or has previous experience
of this?

#2 RE: Register outbound domain with PR by Samlowan 16.07.2017 10:35

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There may be a little "hack" in PR. But as long as
the links remain, it will be calm

#3 RE: Register outbound domain with PR by Bizmark221 16.07.2017 23:08

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The Pagerank is not in the content but in the
inboxes, and they do not disappear
automatically when the domain has expired. If
those who link to the domain discover that it is
no longer available, there is a risk that they will
remove the link.
But as said, it may be a period without PR if
Google discovers that the domain is down.

#4 RE: Register outbound domain with PR by maekeshift 17.07.2017 21:39

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In view of my moves from HTML -> Lotus
Domino -> ASP Classic -> ASP.NET 1.x ->
ASP.NET 2 -> Drupal, Google seems to be very
understanding of changing addresses.
Only the most necessary 10,000-page pages
have had 301 R and it has gone virtually
unnoticed past each time.
But I might have been lucky (and the last run on
Sitemaps directly to Google) ...

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