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Fair price for high PR domains?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by _zeroone, Aug 1, 2013.

  1. _zeroone

    _zeroone Newbie

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    Is there a rule of thumb on what's a fair price for a real PR4, PR5, PR6, etc domain?
    Assuming it has banklinks, is listed in google, etc.



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  2. innozemec

    innozemec Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    i don't think there's set value. Except the PR itself, lots more domain individual factors are taken into consideration for forming the price
     
  3. originalposter

    originalposter Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Exactly. Some factors that may get involved;

    Domain age
    Backlinks quality (ie: are they easy to be removed)
    Page authority
    DMOZ listed (Yes or no)
    EMD (yes or no)
    # of times it dropped befoe
    Domain extensions (we all know TLD is better than something like .info)
    Brandable? (yes or no)

    And probably a lot more.
     
  4. _zeroone

    _zeroone Newbie

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    Good points. I've noticed most high PR domains seem to be junk. Almost no links, etc.
     
  5. willinabox

    willinabox Registered Member

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    Anyone here selling high pr domains please pm
     
  6. Dj Co2

    Dj Co2 Elite Member

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    That's because the good ones aren't easily available.
     
  7. originalposter

    originalposter Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Yup. Or they are probably picked up before release for public.
     
  8. HerpDerpSlerp

    HerpDerpSlerp Power Member

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    You can easily fake a PR of a site with 301 redirects. After the sucker buys the domain the seller kills the link juice and you are left with an overpriced reg fee worth domain :D