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About the domain sourcing service

Our domains have been hand-picked from the thousands of expired domains that are sold each week. We’ve carried out all the necessary due diligence to ensure that the domains don’t carry any baggage, have great metrics, and importantly have a backlink profile that would be ripe for an affiliate website. As part of this service we offer a fully hands-off service that includes:

  • Extensive due diligence
  • An in-depth keyword plan
  • 100,000 words of awesome content created by our in-house native English speaking team of writers
  • An affiliate site including all necessary plugins (AAWP to be purchased separately due to licensing restrictions)
  • Content formatted and uploaded to your new site using our proven to convert templates
  • A site finished and ready to earn you money

History

This DR31 domain was first picked up by Wayback Machine in 2015 as a site for Flux Chargers, a Subsidiary of Flux Ventures. The firm made slim external power chargers for Android phones, iPhones and tablets.

The original site offered a store for their products, a blog with informational content and an affiliate program. The domain expired near the end of 2020.

4 pages continue to remain indexed by Google to this date.

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Backlink Profile

This domain has a strong backlink profile with many high DR domains linking back to it. This includes some big media domains including Inc.com and Mashable.com. Many of the domains linked have an association with Tech, Gifts, and Travel.

The backlink profile is made up of 188 referring domains (110 dofollow). 

Let’s take a look at some of this domain’s dofollow links:

  • inc.com (DR91)
  • mashable.com (DR91)
  • ieee.org (DR91)
  • ucla.edu (DR90)
  • newatlas.com (DR83)
  • smartbrief (DR81)
  • hellomagazine.com (DR80)
  • cheatsheet.com (DR80)
  • lamag.com (DR80)
  • computerworld.com.au (DR77)
  • influencive.com (DR77)
  • mixergy.com (DR76)
  • arnnet.com.au (DR75)
  • dealnews.com (DR73)
  • gearbrain.com (DR71)
  • filtergrade.com (DR70)
  • paginasiete.bo (DR70)
  • sociable.co (DR69)
  • travelperk.com (DR66)
  • smarthustle.com (DR64)
  • futuresharks.com (DR60)
  • gazettereview.com (DR60)
  • startupsavant.com (DR60)
  • and more…

Looking at the SEMRush Backlink analysis we can see relevance for power supplies, mobile accessories and electronics.

What would we do?

When building content sites we generally recommend starting with informational content. Why? Because you can rank informational content more quickly and easily than commercial content. This allows the site to start gaining some traction before adding affiliate based content or other monetary streams.

The faster you can build up traffic, the quicker you can start making some money with the site through Ad revenue. And when a site starts making money, you can use this income to supplement or cover any future growth. 

Once the site has gained some momentum you can start adding in other revenue streams such as affiliate offers. 

Suggested Content Strategy

For this domain we would look to write content that would appeal to heavy phone users, those who travel a lot (hiking or for work) and those interested in tech. Power usage, power conservation and device efficiency would all be major themes.

Examples of what kind of content this strategy would be, could include:

  • Tips for increasing battery life
  • Lists of apps that are known to have a high level of battery usage
  • Reviews of various portable/external chargers

Once the site is established and ranking, affiliate programs could then be utilised. One route for affiliate programs could be for phones, with the selling point being their battery life. Alternatively there are many organizations selling chargers that offer an affiliate program. Examples include:

To give an example of what can be achieved in the phone charger niche we have found a competitor site, powerbankexpert.com.

Powerbankexpert.com has a higher DR than the domain (DR44) but it shows an example of what the site could achieve.

Currently it has 233 pages with 65% of the site’s traffic comes from the top 28 pages.

This example is generating 71k in traffic each month. But it should be noted that SEMrush can underestimate traffic by 2-3x times the actual amount.

Using the “Tomb-Raiding” technique we could target the best performing content on this site and other weaker competitors and use our competitive DR to rank on similar content. For more details on our Tomb Raiding technique, see here.

Case Studies

These are all the expired domain sites that have been launched since we started running this service. Click on the images below to see how they are performing.

What’s included?

• A clean premium expired domain • A website build including premium plugins (AAWP to be purchased separately due to licensing restrictions) • 12 months hosting • Professional logo design • Detailed keyword plan • 100,000 words of awesome content • Content uploaded to the site using our proven templates • 100% complete when handed over to you and ready to go!

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