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Best Way To Find ALL PR Pages Ever Existed On An Expired Domain?

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  1. parabellum2

    parabellum2 Junior Member

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    Hello! I want to be able to find all PR pages of an expired domain, which I bought. (And build new ones with the same url to use it.) If I use MOZ then I can click on "top pages" and it will show some. But not all, only two. I used archives wayback machine and clicked on all pages and found one which has PR 3. So I want to know them all. Is there a free way to do it fast, without having to click on every page in waybackmachine? (Google doesn't show it.)
     
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    If you want to buy domains try Name Jet.

    We use it in our company and we have a lot of success finding good domains.
     
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    If the pages are still indexed in Google, you can use the site:domain.com Google operator along with scrapebox to find what you need. Otherwise, you need to use more comprehensive link research tools such as Ahrefs and Majestic SEO. Their 'top pages' tabs are more likely to show a higher number of pages than Open Site Explorer.
     
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    Thanks, so there is no free tool to find all pages.. Maybe I will have to buy a Maj. SEO subscription..
     
  5. tb303

    tb303 Power Member

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    sign up to majestic and verify the domain as your own (much the same way you do for google web tools)
    you can then generate a full free report of your domain and check out the backlinks in more detail.

    hope that helps.
     
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  6. parabellum2

    parabellum2 Junior Member

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    Wow... You have no idea, how much time you've saved me ! Thanks. Already found more than 10 PR3 pages on it.. And it sounds too good to be true, but maybe I am overestimating the value of it..? After all I just want to have 5-10 Articles on the blog, not more, and ideally I want to use the KW in the url, if you have thoughts on that, please let me know.
     
  7. tb303

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    how about a 301 redirect from old page that has the backlinks to your new page?

    add this to the end of your .htaccess file
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    Redirect 301 /old-url-with-backlinks/ http://www.yourdomain.com/new-page-with-keyword-in-url
    (no http:// for the old url)

    some say you loose some of the link juice through a 301. If you are using the domain as part of a PBN then wouldnt it be better to create a page similar to what the original was about? maybe even copy/paste from archive.org.
     
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  8. parabellum2

    parabellum2 Junior Member

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    Thanks, this sounds like a great solution! Yes, I could rebuild it, but the site is not niche relevant, so If I rebuild the original content, the site becomes less relevant and lessens power of outgoing links to my money sites.. (I also would be worried about the copyright -> the former owner could visit the page and see the rebuild pages and report me, couldn't he? Or am I worrying too much again ? )
     
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    BTW: I just've created a redirect with your method. The pagerank of the target-page didn't change yet, but maybe it will in the future.
     
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    if your worried about copyright or niche difference then go with a 301 redirect. just my opinion - others may disagree ;)
     
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    OK ! I see that the pages with PR do not have ANY backlinks showing in Market Samurai, why is that, do you know?
     
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    Page rank is updated only several times a year -- Could be every 3-4 months.
     
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    Strange: on this particular PBN site I have about 20 of PR3 pages, but they have NO backlinks at all? So is the PR fake, resulting from a former redirect?
     
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    I used to turn on the SEOQuake toolbar then run the site:domain.com operator in Google. Given the pages with juice are most likely to appear at the top the toolbar should show you the ones to rebuild. With that said, inner pages ALWAYS lost PR for me when I rebuilt them, but homepages never did. It was never worth the time for me, but then again I never rebuilt them based on the WayBack machine, I threw my own shit on there.
     
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    One other thing to note: if you verify and put into G's webmaster tools, it will show you which pages have a 404 error. This is G's view of your previous site and I always take that listing of 404s and redirect them in .htaccess to new pages or at least the home page.
     
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  16. parabellum2

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    Did you lose PR right away or with time? I've just rebuilt one -> without any content, only the url, and the PR is 2. But I am still wondering - how in the world all those deep-link 404 pages have high PR without have a SINGLE backlink pointing to them?
    Very nice trick, thanks.
     
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    parabellum2 Junior Member

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    This seemes not to work clean if the URL contains some tail, e.g.
    Code:
    www.mydomain.com/all_measures_pc_08.php?lNav=measure_pc_08
    Which code would you suggest here to redirect to the mydomain.com/ ?
     
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    Try the SEO Quake FF plugin for this purpose.
     
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    Thanks, I'll try this out. Redirection works great for this as well, but it would be good to know the exact .htaccess route.