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How to check PR of expired domain?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by wizzardz01, Oct 22, 2012.

  1. wizzardz01

    wizzardz01 Power Member

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    Hey guys, is there any software online/offline that can tell me correct PR for expired domain. I try with SEO Quake addon and a lot of online tools and they give me all N/A results. I think it's not correct, there is some domains with 200 IP-POP i think that domain need to has some good PR...Thanks
     
  2. curious73

    curious73 Junior Member

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    I like the sites below. They are fairly reliable and give accurate results.

    http://www.cekpr.com/ (to check individually, it's completely free)
    http://pagerank.my-addr.com/ (check up to 100 domains in 24 hours for free, anything more than that would charge a little)

    Cheers.
     
  3. retrospecs

    retrospecs Newbie

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    I think the only ones that could tell you are sites that index previous pagerank queries. There was one but I forgot the name of it as it wasn't much use as it's index was quite small.

    Best thing to do is buy the domain (risking $9 on a gTLD is worth it with that many backlinking domains! The other day I spent far more than this on a ccTLD I had a hunch about because it had about 700 backlinking domains and had never been spammy) and putting up a simple page, maybe just with a h1 tag. Typically within a week you'll see toolbar PR back. This often increases over time even if no links are added for re-bought expired domains.

    If the name has just expired there's a chance it could be indexed in expired domains (I don't think I can post URLs yet, search it), but if it's been expired a while you just need to take an educated guess based on its backlink profile until you register it and put up a simple page.
     
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    spideyindia Newbie

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    Agreed witht the suggestion
     
  5. leeshoes

    leeshoes Junior Member

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    You can check the site's best backlinks in opensiteexplorer, majesticseo or ahrefs. Make sure they still exist by looking manually and check the PR of the page they come from, also check the OBL of the referring page. If the site has at least one backlink from a PR5 page with low OBL, the site could easily be a PR3-4 once you build it back up. Make sure you redirect all pages to homepage or rebuild the pages who had the most backlinks, to pass PR to the homepage.
     
  6. Hansa

    Hansa Newbie

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    You can check the quality using the Kickassbot and also get daily list of dropped domains