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Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by IamNRE, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. IamNRE

    IamNRE Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    How do they even have a page rank > 0 ? They have no backlinks.
     
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    IamNRE Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Just because you only see 10 links does not necessarily mean a domain only has 10 domains.
     
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    how do you check mass urls for pr?
     
  6. IamNRE

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    Guys make sure to check if the PR is fake.

    Coz some of them have been faked.

    go to google write:

    info:www.goodcheapwineblog.com

    to see if the domains match, if they dont match its a fake pr.

    Also to see if its indexed write:

    site:www.goodcheapwineblog.com


    change the URL according to the domain you are checking (goes without saying, but just in case)
     
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    This is very important VVV

    I have also found http://www.checkpagerank.net which info: checks both with www. and without because sometimes a site will say the domain is fake if its indexed with www. and vise versa
     
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  9. blackpa

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    Wow, all fake PR. Great share! [sarcasm]
     
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    No they are not, you just doing it wrong. :sgrin: now troll the heck out of here.
     
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    Recently bought a PR4 site this way.

    Have reconstructed similar content on a WP blog. Copied some from Google search cache, and some from archive.org. Concentrated on the URL's that the back link points to.

    I have killed all outgoing links from the page for a month. Recently added a comment to new MNS with no back links. Want to see how it inherit's the PR.

    I also saw a note that G doesn't like links in comments, so I'm considering adding an article mentioning my MNS.

    To my understanding if a high PR site only has one outgoing link it will inherited 100% to the target?

    Edit:
    Doing some more research about fake PR, yes my site have fake PR.
     
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  12. todor

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    I just checked the three PR3 domains and they all have fake PR (info:domain.com gives not the same domain, which means they have been redirected to the websites that appear below).

    It's not so simple to find real PR3+ domain, because there are websites that give all godaddy auction domains for the day with detailed info such as PR, backlinks etc... people also have scripts that check for high PR domains every day and if they find some, they buy them... not impossible though :)
     
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    I bought a few, what looked like fake PR, but after a few google updates, they retained their PR.... ?
     
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    Good I saw this post, was really omw to toss the domain into a link wheel...
     
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    How can you find expired domains with PR?
     
  16. blackpa

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    Oye, sigh. Why would Fake PR Retaining their PR after .....
    If they are for sure real PR now, then must mean they had real PR before, and you just checked wrong. And I read somewhere that said Google hadn't done a PR update for like 6+ months. And then i read someone recently said they just had an update few days ago ... who knows.

    By the way, it's real easy to create your own fake PR site. Just setup a page and redirect to a high PR site, ie. wikipedia
     
  17. todor

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    Yeah, but make sure you build some real backlinks + few high PR backlinks to make it legit, so when you want to flip it and the potential buyer check for backlinks it won't be suspicious... I was going to buy PR4 domains before some time when I was not knowledged enough, but the first red flag was the domains were just 20 day old with PR4 + they had zero backlinks...

    I'm only not sure how to make when someone search in google info:yourdomain.com, google to give result yourdomain.com and not the domain your site was redirected to... maybe when you cancel the redirection you ping your site few days, so google crawl/reindex it again, and pray to sell it before it drops the PR :)
     
  18. RidiculeMe

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    Some of thesesites will have PR's now, but later the pr's will drop. Google knows they're not the same site as before, you'd think their spider is that stupid.
     
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    And it's people like you that make other people in this forum so confused.

    I have yet to buy a valid pagerank domain that lost its pagerank in the next pr update and I have brought 100's.

    Your reply is based on assumptions, do you think that is fair for anyone reading your post?
     
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  20. RidiculeMe

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    Oh please,

    based on
    your assumption, you think I haven't bought one before and tried this out? So i find it hypocritical that you would even throw such a invalid claim.

    I have bought GoDaddy domains before, as what you have posted, and some of these domains DO lose their PageRank's. I am only telling from what I've had experience with. Just because it worked for you, doesn't mean it works for everyone else, doesn't mean it makes you right all the time, doesn't make you god.


    go search around BHW and you'll see that some people had their domains dropped PR.


    I've bought SEVERAL domains with high pr. Within a few months, some of them dropped little, some drop pr's completely. You have to admit it, some domains that you buy off Godaddy or any other auction place does this. You can't just hide the fact that this isn't a bulletproof investment for high pr's.
    You're telling me that out of you 100's domains, none of them have EVER dropped a single PR? That's just as crazy as of claim as you thought I was making.

    Domains lose PR. It's not impossible.


    So before you get up all in arms and calling me "people like you", be appropriate where available. I find that high offensive that you categorize people like that.

    I'm just don't see why you're attacking me all of sudden.