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How much would you sell a private network for?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mrecigarette, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. mrecigarette

    mrecigarette Junior Member

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    Around 30+ domains, how much do you think that's worth?

    What factors do you look at to determine the price?

    4 PR 4's (1 with PR5 inner page)
    18 PR 3's
    9 PR 2's
    6 PR 1's
    2 PR 0's

    Most domains are aged and passed the recent PR Update
    some are dmoz listed/BOTW listed

    Theres a maximum of 3 sites on each domain

    (im not selling looking to buy one)
     
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  2. bigballin6161

    bigballin6161 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If your selling let me know how much...Oh didnt see your were looking.
     
  3. bullseye123

    bullseye123 Regular Member

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    If I were you I won't pay more than $1000 for it. Im sure you will be able to build your own for like $1000 maybe even less.
     
  4. mrecigarette

    mrecigarette Junior Member

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    With that kind of PR? On average to catch a dropped domain on a backorder your looking to pay $69. how do you suggest building 1 for $1000 or less? for the same amount of domains
     
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    I have 50 PR 3 domains.Each and every domain have 100s and 1000s of Backlinks in their backlink Profile.SEOMoz PA of all the domains is above 20.Some are as old as 12-15 years and a few are only 1-2 years old.50 Domains are currently on 50 different Shared Hosting accounts all over the world.The Price of the network is $14 K. It took us more than 4 months to build a high quality network like this.
    Monthly cost of 50 shared hostings is under $200.
    Only 2-4 domains have been dropped before rest all are non-dropped domains.
     
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    cash202 Elite Member Premium Member

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    It's simple. He doesn't know what he's talking about.
     
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    cash202 Elite Member Premium Member

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    $280 per site? You are cheaping it out.
     
  8. bullseye123

    bullseye123 Regular Member

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    Should I show you where on GoDaddy to buy PR4 domains for less than $20 each ?


    cash202, Im sure you don't even have a clue what your doing on this forum now do you ? If you don't know me, please don't judge me.

    Get yourself Scrapebox and go and check the pr's of 40 000 domains I can guarantee you will get at least 100 domains with PR 4 you can buy for less than $20 PR 1 domains you can atleaste get for
    $5 So don't come and comment on something you don't have a clue about.
     
  9. jascoken

    jascoken Senior Member

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    I'd strongly caution against paying a lot for PR'd domains; aged is another thing...

    I've built a LOT of networks; many thousands of sites and each network being between 100-500 sites. I've never used PR'd domains, as there are so many issues with past history, especially now since Penguin. An aged domain with no link-building is great; clean and carrying some fast authority.

    I also question at this point in time the re-purposing of sites. I.e. take a PR3 site on X and put on your own content on Y. Google is getting increasingly more targeted on this method and has already hit 301's hard. Why should they carry authority forward when the entire site has been rebuilt and re-purposed in terms of content? The inbound links no longer convey the trust that they did on the previous content. I think Google will close this door even harder soon.

    Building networks from scratch is the safest thing to do post-penguin. It may take 6-12 months to age it a little and start building some authority, but the outbound linking from it will grow in authority as well, and you'll have a much tighter control on inbound linking.

    Cost-wise, building a network with new domains is also hugely cheaper; so you can get a lot more for the money spent. The only issue is the CMS/platform you use and the management system for controlling the estate, along with posting content/links. (We use our own in-house bespoke platform and system, to avoid WP and SQL load - which is often a factor on low-cost multi IP hosting.)
     
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  10. Gyuman82

    Gyuman82 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You could build somethin like that for $1,000 easy.
     
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