Finding the right domains to buy for your PBN can be quite a challenge depending on how you choose to approach the process. You can find high-quality domains either through a domain broker or a domain scraper. However, the cost and the time it takes you can significantly vary for the two options. So the question begs, which one is better and why?
Let’s look at each option to find out what it truly takes to get any targeted domains.
They usually scrape and check for domains as their daily routine. Hence, their skill improved over time to weed out bad domains from the good ones. When you contact a broker and inform them about the kind of domains you are looking for, they discuss with you the possibility of acquiring the domains within your budget. That of courses will take into account many other factors including the niche and the current uses of the domains. The best domain brokers make it their business to know the real worth of every domain they would like to help clients acquire.
Domain brokerage makes it possible to find domains that have high metrics and spam free as they have the ability to search from good SEED LIST. Yes, seed list is the key in finding good domains and it takes a lot of time to find this list. Now, I'm not going to write more about this topic because I don't want my domain brokers brotherhood starts killing me softly =) Let's move on, shall we?
Using a domain brokerage service makes the process of buying your domains hassle free. However, that comes at a cost as the price goes a bit higher. Still, it's worth to try, so you don't drop yourself in spam domain loophole.
It might be a cheaper option if you have time to:
- Find a good seed list (4-8 hours)
- Find the right scraper (no one will tell you what software they use) or hire someone to build one for you for a costly price
- Filter out each and every domain by yourself (yes, remember the six-layer steps we use to find a single gem?)
I'm telling you; there are thousands of domains coming out every time I scrape so I know how it feels for a beginner.
This will work if you're on a tight budget, but don’t expect to find high metrics as you would when buying through a domain broker. Imagine, how much time you can save if you let an expert help you out.
Generally, you should be looking for at least PA 15+, DA 12+, TF 12+ and CF 10+. However, in certain niches, you hardly find domains with that standard metrics, and this is where a human touch is needed. A machine cannot judge if a domain has an SEO potential or not, it will just find the domains and throw the analytic numbers for you to interpret.
Another downside with domain scrapping is that domains with reasonably good metrics are hard to find. It takes time to get them and you can’t expect, for instance, to get domains with PA DA 30+ as you easily would with the help of a broker. The more you compromise on the metrics, the more you risk buying low-quality domains linked to spamming or past abuse.
Although both domain brokers and domain scrapers are still popular with domain buyers and sellers alike, you have to analyze carefully your requirements to make the right choice. If you are looking for high-quality domains that will guarantee great SEO value for your PBN, then obviously only the domain broker can meet your requirement better and faster at prices justified by the solid metrics.