Buying domains after the last update in May?

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  1. balotz

    balotz Junior Member

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    resolved......thank you!
     
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    Stacked4Life Regular Member

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    If those stats are legit then that is a steal and $200 is a killer price. BUT....who in their right fucking mind sell a domain like that for only $200 ? That is the question you have to ask yourself...... IMO. sites like that go for $2000+
     
  3. DannyZhang

    DannyZhang Regular Member

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    Thats a PR 7 dude. No way it's going at $200 bucks.
     
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    Ya it might be starting bid at $200 LOL that will sell for way higher if clean domain
     
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    $200 for PR7 and with these metrics?Get it now
     
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    Have you checked the site's history on archive.org to make sure it hasn't been used as a PBN site in the past? Have you typed the domain name into Google to ascertain whether it has a penalty or not?

    $200 for a PR 7 sounds too good to be true. Nevertheless, you can purchase it if it's totally spam-free and penalty-free. By the way, PBNs are still working and you can still build them.
     
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    If it was a legit PR7, i would have grabbed it in 1 second. I high doubt it is legit because of its low price.