Mind blowing SEO improving and Google rank increasing Signature Rotator SEO Tool.

How to restore old rankings and PR?

make money online
badboy Offline referral

Posts: 106
Joined: May 2014
Reputation: 0

Lets say once some domain was getting a lot of traffic was ranking high and had good PR but then the webmaster let it expire and it remained this way for a long time which caused it to lose PR and rankings.

Question: If I register it again will it regain PR and rankings?
seo123 Offline referral

Posts: 426
Joined: Mar 2014
Reputation: 16

Senior Member
Nope, this is a part of the SEO game! You gain, you loose rankings and PR. Once you lost it it's gone you have to start all over again working on make it rise. Well, it makes it a bit easier for a website such as your that was ranking and had high PR once.
KevinMax Offline referral

Posts: 579
Joined: Aug 2013
Reputation: 78

Senior Member
@SEO123 is right! You can't get the traffic/PR again with an expired domain - But it happens occasionally.

Incidents from our experts: What is Google PageRank

Quote:@Kevinmax wrote
But I bought a new fresh website : With 0 back-links & after the design its PR was moved to 2 within a month, Still I am struggling to find the reason (I tried a lot to find)- But I started SEO off-site campaigns to maintain that PageRank. [Many web master tells - SANDBOX is a "Myth"]

@invisibe_dude Wrote
I lunched a new website once and man it was getting literally a ton tens of thousands of unique visitors every day for a month or two but then everything stooped after new Panda update. My point is new websites under 1 year or so will loose rankings sooner or later even if they have a ton of backlinks which will raise red flag and will trigger some algorithm for sure.

Google treats the domain as new one when it was expired. You cannot rank easily when a website has too many drops (Drops - The n.o of times the domain expired).
Erin Nagata Offline referral

Posts: 421
Joined: Jul 2014
Reputation: 5

Senior Member
There's no way of getting back the way it used to be but you can always out done your previous performance.

Google this topic

User(s) browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)