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expired domains with pagerank

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mishka, Nov 22, 2010.

  1. mishka

    mishka Newbie

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    i'm looking for expired domains with PR or domains with PR.
    anyone have ideas of good tools or services for that?
     
  2. daStick

    daStick Newbie

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    Bump. I'd be interested too
     
  3. virtualc08

    virtualc08 Supreme Member

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    I can do it for you if you want. PM me if you want and how much you are willing to pay me thanks
     
  4. sammy12

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    A purchased domain with PR will not retain that PR after you buy it and add your own stuff.. google is a registrar and will notice it is now owned by a different person, and will remove any PR/age it might have acquired. You will benefit from the domain name (if it is a match to your niche), but you will need to build PR yourself.
     
  5. Orbit143

    Orbit143 Senior Member

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    The best tool for finding PR domains is Domain Research Tool. Costs around $200 and its absolutely worth it, it can download big lists of expiring domains from several providers, scan for everything you can think of, filter, export and much more.

    A year back I spend some time buying PR domains and monetizing thru backlinks*com, it was pretty easy and low-risk. But you must have big budget to make solid income, if you can't afford purchasing atleast 1000domains to start with its probably waste of time.
     
  6. gsm113

    gsm113 Registered Member

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    Doesn't Scrapebox have an addon that checks this?
    Anyone have any experience with using it?
     
  7. Mr Ex

    Mr Ex Regular Member

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    What the hell are you talking about?? So if another company buys yahoo, the pr will go to zero? Yeah,right. Pr value has nothing to do with a registrar or whoever is registering. As long as you have the backlinks, you will benefit from it. The reason why some domains lose the pr is because the seller is a scammer and builds the backlinks on a 302 referrer. Once you buy the domain, they redirect the referrer to another domain and you lose everything. That's why you should not count on a high pr rank, you should consider how aged it is.
     
  8. xbox360gurl70s

    xbox360gurl70s Elite Member

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    I have an experience and was dupe when all 900 links were gone 4-6 days after a purchase, even the age wont matter if the seller is a scammer and knows what he is doing you hands are tied :(
     
  9. mishka

    mishka Newbie

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    can you write the url for this the tool you talk about?
     
  10. mishka

    mishka Newbie

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    i'm interested. can u pm me? i need 15 posts to pm ;(
     
  11. sammy12

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    So, you mean to say that if I bought Yahoo and changed all the links to affiliate offers, google won't notice and my pr will stay at 10 forever? Woohoo!!:beerchug:
     
  12. Orbit143

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    omg just copy the name into google, hit search and click the first link :D
     
  13. vitus

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    I brought two pr5 domains,after two days both domains got pr0.After two weeks one of them got pr3 and the other sill pr0.Whe you buy such a domain must look if the domain has some baclinks remaining or is useless.
     
  14. boy_in_the_box

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    That must hamper a little but if you have enough good content like present yahoo, still you'll not loose your PR, dropped domain loose PR mainly because 1. they don't have good content like old site, 2. it was a fake PR or hijacking PR, i mean, just redirected from a PR ed website, it can be hacked that way, you know and 3. new buyer just concentrate to sell back links, so after a while it considered as a spam.....

    pardon me if I'm wrong.
     
  15. boy_in_the_box

    boy_in_the_box Newbie

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    I just don't use any paid solution, instead i follow droppeddomain.us and another site that is offline from a weak ago, I register a PR ed domain if i got a good name, i mean a very good name, i never choose a scamy domain to register, instead i search for a nice dropped domain without PR.
     
  16. sammy12

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    Thats about all I was saying, don't get your heart racing over some high pr domain, because once you change page urls and content, as well as not doing whatever it was that the original owner was doing to get/keep their high pr, you will see your pr drop. And yes, google knows when a high pr site is transfered to a new owner, whether that causes a super high impact or not, I dont know. I would just be happy buying/obtaining a nice keyword matched domain name.
     
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  17. blackhit

    blackhit Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Important for everyone interested in Domain Research Tool.

    While doing a bit of research on this tool I stumbled upon a link that brings the price down from $249 to $129.

    Link with the discount:
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    http://www.domainresearchtool.com/go.php?a=411
    It is an affiliate link but not mine. Found it here:
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    http://www.davidnaylor.co.uk/expired-domain-research-tool.html
    It's part of their affiliate program to let the affiliates set the price. Lowest they can go is $129.
    Code:
    https://www.domainresearchtool.com/affiliate.htm
     
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  18. Narrator

    Narrator Power Member

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    I use scrape box. I go to godaddy expired domain auctions. Copy and paste the list of expired domains (500 at a time) into excel and remove the other columns besides the domain names, then I run them through scrapebox's PR checker. Make sure you check for fake PRs from redirects.

    The good thing about godaddy's auctions is they sell the domains before they actually drop so they only show as transferred in the history.

    I picked up a couple of PR5's this way for $10 plus fees.

    I could write a php script that does the same thing automatically but I'm lazy and my current method works fine.