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I Want a PR 3 Blog - Create New or Buy Deleted Domain?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by marcelomusza, Feb 18, 2013.

  1. marcelomusza

    marcelomusza Junior Member

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    Hi guys,
    I want to make an experiment with a PR3-PR4 Blog.
    I would like to hear your suggestions about how to get one, I was reading a lot today about buying deleted domains and I would like to try it out but I still don't understand how the PR would stick with my new hosting if I create a new blog over it. Will the PR stick?
    On the other hand, I have a PR 1 blog, how long could it take to get it to PR 3? using blackhat techniques, I don't want to use this domain for getting real traffic, I just want to use it to build backlinks and some other experiments.
    Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
    Kind regards!
     
  2. Ztak07

    Ztak07 Regular Member

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    Alright lets say there was a webmaster a long time ago who worked really hard on his website. He followed all of Googl's proper link building strategies, but eventually stopped working on his site. He may have parked it or forgot abut it. Whatever the case the domain was never dropped(what allows you to keep pr) so in Google's eyes the website was still being hosted by someone somewhere. The domain is however still expiring and anyone can but it, which effectively passes on the authority of the domain to the new owner's new blog. If you need help scraping or want someone who can scrape a domain then contact me. Good luck!
     
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    if you just want pr, you can get it buy edu profile links.
     
  4. dennis727

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    It doesn't matter if you create new blog, new site, new pages, etc. what matters is the domain has backlinks equivalent to its PR. If you have a "supposedly" PR 3 site, you'd want AT LEAST 2 backlinks with the same PR range or higher. The reason being, if you lost one of those backlinks, you'll still have "spare" backlink.

    It's that simple really. If you want to get higher PR, then simply get backlinks from PAGES that have high PR. The number of outbound links is also an important aspect of how the PR juice is divided.

    Also, why "limit" your PR? Why PR 3? Why not PR 4 or 5?
     
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    why not buy Pr age Domain instead of deleted domain because deleted Domain pr wont last long.
     
  6. seoways

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    Yeah.. PR will stay with the site even you buy the deleted domains if they are with backlinks in its history.

    And for PR 1, it ll take a good long above 6 months to get PR 3.. Try with blog links so links can be indexed faster and brings rank to PR 3..
     
  7. marcelomusza

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    Thanks for all your responses guys, I learned some new things here.
    I described PR 3 as an example, if I can raise it to PR4 or PR5 it will be even better. But for a starter my goal is to get a PR3 goal to start with my case studies.
    In the case I buy a deleted domain where I find good backlinks from previous pages it had (following a nice guide I found here yesterday about finding good deleted domains), do I have to replicate the pages with a redirect to my main page, just to save those backlinks? is that mandatory? or I can create the blog from scratch?
     
  8. dennis727

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    There's no need to replicate the old site. Although, replicating the old site means when they (sites with backlinks to your site) see the website has changed, they'll likely keep the backlinks to your site. Just my 2 cents.
     
  9. tranza

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    How is this possible. I bought a dropped domain with a fake PR3(didnt have a single backlink), after some week without uploading an index, the site got deindexed, after indexing it back, it gots a pr1. should not be pr0?.