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Hi guys it's Jamie from MaxResultsSEO.com and in this video, I'm going show you how to use my expired web 2.0 finder tool. So what this tool basically does is allows you to find expired web 2.0 properties and then re-register them These include tumblers, blog spots, weebly and things like that. So, if you don't understand why you'd want expired Web 2.0, is you basically re-register them once they're expired, and then you place a backlink on them to your website that you want to rank and then any link juice that they have from links pointing to them will then be passed on to your website, helping your website rank higher.
So I'll just give you a quick, informal walkthrough of how this tool Works. So there's a load of built in web 2.0 properties here already and I'll show you how to create a new one in a sec. We'll just go over some of the other options first, so if you want web properties found that are niche related, then you just enter your niche in here. If you don't care about the niche, then you can click no niche and that will use words randomly basically from a dictionary, that's built into it. The program, now supports proxies, so you can have an unlimited number of proxies in there. Please use good proxies dedicated you know. Even semi-dedicated most of the time are Google burn't already so make sure you use dedicated, so click use proxies and then add your proxies in there make sure you put them in the right format too.
You can also pull back Moz metrics for each expired web 2.0 that it finds. You will need to enter your MOZ Access ID and key there. Now, before we go ahead and do a search I'm just going to show you guys how to create a new profile in case there's any web 2.0s out there aren't in this software already. So you just click, create new profile and give it a name. In this instance, we're gonna just make up some random domain, so I'm going to call it Jamie dot.com, we're going to say it's a subdomain. So, for example, Twitter would be an example of one that's on the parent on the main domain, whereas tumblr as an example of one it would be on the subdomain. So I'm going to say this one Jamie.com is the parent domain. So now we're going tell it how to decide whether it is expired or not. The majority of the time it is just whether the response code is 404. Sometimes it might be a bit of text that gives it away in the HTML out. Most of time it's just a 404 and there's loads of other error codes you can select as well. Now sometimes you can tell whether they're actually available to register by what's in the HTML. Sometimes you can, if you don't know what it is, just leave it blank and it won't do the availability check. If its the Tumblr, there is a built-in engine, but at the moment I've only done a Tumblr one. I will do some others when I get a chance, but for the moment tumblr, is the only built-in availability engine in it.
Okay. So let's save this profile. There are some other options. Now, if you're not using proxies, you will have to put a big pause between Google requests, because in the background, this application uses an advanced search operator on Google. All that basically means is, it puts site colon and a domain that it wants results from. So in this instance, in the background, what it's doing when it searches, is searching for site:tumblr.com and because Google knows not many people relatively speaking, search with such advanced operators so it's always suspicious there's an automated piece of software doing it. So we'll put the delay there. Its quite a high one that is required between requests for Google. Obviously a way of getting around that is to use proxies and lots of them. Now you can set here which search engine you want to use.
I would use both there's no harm in that each has their advantage. So obviously, if Google, the crawler is far superior to Bing so that gives you the advantage of getting more tumblers back to check. However, because they have a better crawler, their crawl frequency is much higher, so you don't tend to get as many. Although you get more tumblr to check, you, don't tend to get as many that has expired, because once they become expired and you get a 404 and you browse them, then Google takes them out of their index. They're still definitely worth having both the advantaged Bing is the opposite in both ways because you don't get as many tumblers back to check, but the ones you get back because they have probably haven't been crawled recently have a greater chance that they have expired. So there's no harm in using both so you should keep both in there.
Okay. So now we've created our new web 2.0. We should find it, so now we selected that when we begin the search, it will search for expired, Jamie.com's. Okay, let's go back to a normal. Let's do some Tumblers, let's keep it niche related and let's see what we can find. So I paused the video when we come back to it, it's been running for about ten minutes. Now we found our first Tumblr, you see it's available but hasn't done the PA check simply because I didn't put my MOZ credentials in it, but if you do put them in it will go off to MOZ and give you the PA of the Tumblr. One of the advantages to that is that you can leave it running overnight, come back to a nice list of expired web 2.0 and then just sort them by PA and work your way down them. So that's it. That's, basically how the program works, keep in mind You'll get much quicker results if you use proxies as long as they're, good, dedicated proxies, feel free to add in your own web 2.0's, that's why the profile creation is there. You can export results down here and that's it, if there's any questions guys, please come and find me a message and if you can think of anything else that you think there is a good demand for then yeah, let me know. Thanks guys.