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Auction Domain PR,Age,Links checker? Adsense Problem?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Tomwinners1, Feb 16, 2012.

  1. Tomwinners1

    Tomwinners1 Registered Member

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    Hey guys, I just want to buy some pr3-4 valuable auction domain to build my own blog network for my own nich sites, do you know where can I get the tools to check the PR,Age,Links of the auction domains and filter the fake or bad one ?

    Another adsense question, my nich site has 9 high quality seo 400+ words articles, and this nich site rank #1 of the main keywords in Google, but I use it to apply for the adsense account and Google disapprove of it because of lack of content.. I am so confused about it, I have continually apply for it for 2 weeks, and Google disapprove it at all time. Give me some suggestion please..
     
  2. d.unit

    d.unit Newbie

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    I use scrape box..
     
  3. kyaw2x

    kyaw2x Regular Member

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    Use scrapebox in cheking PR.

    I also experienced like yours in applying adsense. Just be patient and continue adding content for it will be approved later if you more than 10 content articles.
     
  4. mcgoohan6

    mcgoohan6 Power Member

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    Yeah, I use Scrapebox with the fake PR checker add on. You can easily then filter our the fake ones.

    I also then look at the domain for it's backlinks. It's not automated but I use Blekko.com with following string to check the backlinks website.whatever/ /domainlinks. It shows some of the domains (for free I'm not complaining) and even how old the backlink is in some cases.
     
  5. smallgiant

    smallgiant Regular Member

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    Your definition of content is different than mine. I always have 500 or more words and use unique content. Nothing is spun for my good sites. You clearly need more articles, more depth and copy that reads well.

    Google has been on a big swing lately trying to make sites provide good content. Punishing heavy advertisers. It needs to be more than just an obvious mns with crap content. You have to have real content that provides good information and makes sense.