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Buying PR 3- 5 Quality Domain- How much should i pay for it ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by souleclipse, Mar 18, 2014.

  1. souleclipse

    souleclipse Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hi all,

    Let's say i am keen to purchase HIGH PR domain.

    PR 3 - DA 30+ PA 30+ TF 15+ Moz 3.5+
    PR 4 - DA 35+ PA 35+ TF 20+ Moz 4.0+
    PR 5 - DA 40+ PA 40+ TF 25+ Moz 4.0+

    Of course, those must have good backlink and not de-indexed domain.

    How much do you think should my budget for each be ?
     
  2. Biznik

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    On GD expired auctions: $200-300, $400-600, $750-$1000

    The price depends on what your definition of "good backlinks" is. If all you're looking for is links earned naturally, you can get a PR0, DA20, PA 20 for $25 or so, no problem. If you're looking for links from authorities (CNN, Techcrunch, About.com, .edu/.gov etc.), you might be looking at $75-$100 for the same domain.

    My advice: don't bother using PR as a metric. There are some people who still think it's the "best" metric since it comes from Google and bid high PR sites up like crazy.

    A DA 40, PA 40 with PR1 is the same as a PR5 with the same metrics, and it'll save you a hell of a lot of money.
     
  3. souleclipse

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    Thanks for the reply buddy.

    So you were saying .
    PR 5 domain can go as high as $1000?

    I don't need very good backlink, as long as it is not spammy links to get those Metrics can already.

    Let say $100, $300, $500 Possible ?
     
  4. Biznik

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    Completely possible. Don't bother going after PR.

    Filter only with DA/PA (TF/CF if you can), and try to go as little PR as possible as these end up being cheapest, and PR doesn't matter like I said.

    PR 5-7 sites often go up to $xx,xxx if they have a strong backlink profile or userbase (existing brand)

    I just bought a nice tech news site for $450, PR2, DA30 PA40, no regrets whatsoever as it has thousands of pages of content I can use for free, plus it has amazing links from other tech news sites.
     
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    OP this is not the proper section to post the thread asking for services

    Ask the concerned MOD to help you out to move this thread to appropriate section

    Thanks
     
  6. souleclipse

    souleclipse Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I am not buying. I am checking the price.
    I guess my title was alittle misleading.
     
  7. SeLecTeD

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    I can give you couple of blogs with PR1+ and DA25+ :D Shoot me a PM