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How Can I Get Page Rank Easily and Free?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Jameyson72, Aug 19, 2014.

  1. Jameyson72

    Jameyson72 Newbie

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    I've owned the domain name for a little over a year, but I've only had actual content on it for about 4 months now. I get a lot of traffic and have managed to bring my Alexa rank down to under 200k worldwide and < 40k in the US, but despite having numerous backlinks, many high quality, I do not have a pagerank.

    If you look at my website, you'll see I have quality content that, for the most part is well optimized, but I'm obviously doing something wrong and don't have a clue what. Eventually, I'd like to sell this site, but before that's even possible, I know I'm going to need a decent pagerank.

    Does anyone know how to get pagerank without spending money? I really don't have the money to shell out for high PR backlinks, but nothing else I've tried has been successful. Any advice would be very much appreciated.
     
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  2. rob1977

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    You don't need page rank it's immaterial. Especially since you must already have traffic with an alexa like that.
     
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    I do if I want to sell my site for a decent amount of money. Siteprice estimates my website value at around $29k, but I tried to sell it for $500 a couple weeks ago and the only response I got was that I needed pagerank.
     
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    Who told you that? The reality is that page rank updates are so irregular it is possible that you may be well ranked and earning and not have any pr.

    There are others here who are more knowledgeable on selling sites than I am, but I would be more interested in niche, traffic stats, traffic sources, earnings, domain authority, and page authority (moz stats) and trust value (majestic ) (or ahrefs I don't remember)

    Page rank is hee haw, and is something daft like 0.38 of a per cent ranking factor.
     
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    This made me giggle :). Those online site value estimators are completely inaccurate. Their estimates are just wild guesses.

    The easiest way to get Pagerank is building some high pagerank do-follow blog comments on low obl pages. After that, you will have to wait until the next Pagerank update happens before your pagerank will be reflected in Pagerank checkers.
     
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    I know that. I have sold many sites in the past and while PR doesn't mean anything where SERP is concerned, it means everything when trying to sell a site. In fact, PR is the only metric many would-be buyers will even look at. Many site and domain auction sites will not even allow you to list your site if you don't have at least a PR 1.
     
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    Do you want to increase PR of your website / webpage?

    For me, getting targeted traffic is more important than increasing the PR.... with the targeted traffic, I can capture new leads and make more sales. So I focus the targeted traffic.

    However, this is up to you. Increasing PR of a website or webpage by generating high quality backlinks. If you have tight budget, you do googling "targeted keyword / related niche + guest post" to find blogs with high PR. You offer to bloggers, you can write a new article for blogger. If the blogger accept your offer, you can put link which toward your website / webpage.

    You need to have 30+ articles get published on different blogs that with PR2+.
     
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    Actually revenue is a pretty big factor as well, I don't care what the PR of the site is usually (unless it's actually high) I'd rather by a site based on the money it brings in. I've also listed plenty of sites in plenty of places and never had to have PR before.
     
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    Well you obviously know the answer to your own question then.

    Why bother asking it?
     
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    Get creative. Find sites in your niche with high PR, and that would likely provide a ******** link from the homepage. Can you provide them content? What about some type of infographic or really anything at all. Think about ways to provide value to a few sites with massive PR and you've got yourself free links.
     
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    My question had nothing to do with how important PR is. I asked if anyone knew a relatively quick and free method to generate PR. And since I am at a loss as to how to get decent PR quickly without also shelling out money, I obviously do not know the answer to my question. Which is why I asked it to begin with.
     
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    Lol the person who said that doesn't know wtf he is talking about. Google only updates their PR internally now use something like Mozrank, Domain Authority or TrustFlow.
     
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    Continue link building. Add social signals. Interact through blog commenting, relevant forum posts, etc. Wait for Google page rank update.
     
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    Blog comments and social networks won't give you PR, this low quality links can increase SeoMoz's PA and MajesticSEO's CF, but not google's PR.
    To get high PR you need links from High PR pages with very low OBL and to wait for next PR update. It's not fast and may cost a lot of money.

    For website buyers google's PR can mean many things,
    e.g. if PR is n/a means website didn't have links during last PR update and most probably it's a new website made-up just for selling/scamming.
    PR1-3 can mean it's established website and other metrics have to be analyzed
    PR4-5 means someone pumped up PR during last update, check if there's any links at all.
    PR6-8 is fake PR (most probably). If it's real, who will sell a golden goose like this?
     
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    What you're talking about is a horrible business model given it's dependent on waiting for Google's next PR update. You're better off buying domains that have PR, building links to them to boost their metrics (PA/DA and CF/TF), then flipping 'em. Do that with high quality tiers and you'll be golden. I'd do it myself but don't have the time.
     
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    So how did you do it before? You have been selling pr sites apparently, so therefore you know already. I was trying to save you the effort as Google may update pr, but they may not. I was polite, you clearly didn't like it.

    Now dry your eyes princess, before someone comes along and really cuts the legs from you.
     
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    Hire or buy a service to help you. It save many time
     
  18. aka sam

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    As you said, you already have a good no of back links. Now you just need to wait for Google to Update its PR tool bar. You cant force them to do so.
     
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    Who knows your PR could be 3,4,5 whatever depending on the backlink profile, It's only when Google does it's PR update this is when you can actually tell pagerank, so yeah those people who buy domain's based solely on PR are fos it's stats based on DA/PA ect... is what you want
     
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    Buyers of websites typically look for steady income over a long period of time. They also look for what the site offers to the
    visitors and if the webmaster has to do anything in particular. PR is not that big of a factor tbh.