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How do I make sure ones domain PR is 120% genuine?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Satyren, May 30, 2012.

  1. Satyren

    Satyren Regular Member

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    Hello.

    I've found an expired pr 5 domain that I've run through 5 fake PR checkers and one of them said the PR was fake.
    How can I really make sure that it's not? I don't trust these tools that much.

    /s.
     
  2. tumaykilinc

    tumaykilinc Newbie

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    Hello, i am new here and seen your thread.

    First thing you need to do is to check for backlinks, free tools won't give you an accurate result. You can check backlinks through Majestic SEO. Make a free account if you don't have one, it will give you some hint of referring domains. If it is not showing any data, i am 120% positive that the domain pagerank is fake.

    I wanted to write other methods too, but system wouldn't let me as i am new here. I hope this data is enough for you.

    Hope it helps.
     
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  3. Dan2009

    Dan2009 Junior Member

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    First check the domain through a reliable PR checker like cekpr.com.

    Then go to majesticseo and check the backlinks of the domain, if it really is PR 5 then there should be a backlink from a PR6 domain or higher usually.

    You can also check archive.org to see if the domain redirected to any high PR domains in the past in order to achieve a fake PR.
     
  4. aznxmtg

    aznxmtg Regular Member

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    Check the backlinks duh.
     
  5. dbyrn

    dbyrn Power Member

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    First thing - use google:
    info:domain.name

    then verify the PR of backlinks.

    D.