Will An Expired Domain 301 Redirect Provide Significant Benefit If It Has Good DA And TF Metrics?

By April

In episode 176 of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked if a 301 redirect provide significant benefit if an expired domain has good DA and TF metrics.

The exact question was:

2) You mentioned previously that you are not a fan of using aged expired domains as a 301 redirect unless its content and/or links are related to the “”money site”” niche. But even if it is related, will the 301 redirect provide significant benefit if it has good DA and TF metrics, or is the benefit so small that it is pretty much a waste of time and money?

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Do Inner Page Metrics Of An Expired Domain Form Part Of The SEO Juice?

By April

In episode 176 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked if the inner page metrics of an expired aged domain form the part of the SEO juice, or just its homepage.

The exact question was:

Hi Guys,

Thank you VERY much again for all the help you provide, it is genuinely appreciated 🙂

Time ran out last week before you were able to get to me so I'm reposting the same thing 🙂

Can you please help with the following 🙂

1) If I buy an expired aged domain with content and/or links related to my local lead gen site's niche, and leave it “”parked”” with the Domain Registrar and 301 redirect it to my lead gen site. . . . . . Is it just providing the benefits of the metrics for its “”core”” domain, meaning its original “”home”” page, or do the “”inner page”” metrics form part of the “”seo juice”” I get for my site by just redirecting the domain?

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