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Domain PR fake or real?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by dryheat360, Feb 17, 2012.

  1. dryheat360

    dryheat360 Regular Member

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    There is a . net domain I am considering, however a few PR checkers say it's PR is fake. However, it has around 100 backlinks that look pretty good, and even one .gov backlink. Also, when I do an info:domain.net the thing that is pushing link juice is a company website with the EXACT same URL except .com. So does that matter? The thing passing PR has the same name just different extension, and my .net has some good backlinks on its own.

    I am looking to use it as a high PR blog. Thanks.
     
  2. kvmcable

    kvmcable Supreme Member

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    Probably is fake and won't hold pr. Back in the day all real businesses bought up the tlds for their business names. So a large company would buy the dot com to develop and buy the dot net and org to redirect to dot com. But today many are letting the dot nets and orgs go because there are so many tlds available and they still have trademark and copyright law on their side if you create a website that causes consumer confusion. I'd advise you to pass based on what you said.