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Is there a Reliable Method to Identify Fake Domain PR?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by boomboomer, Aug 28, 2012.

  1. boomboomer

    boomboomer Executive VIP

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    I have been trying to find some way to ascertain whether a domain name's PR is really what its owner claims but I haven't been able to find any reliable method.

    The most commonly recommended method is the use of "info:domain.tld" in Google. However, this also has its limitations which aren't very difficult to get around.

    I'm not the most knowledgeable person in these matters and would greatly appreciate if someone could share a solution.

    Thanks!
     
  2. donnybluejeans

    donnybluejeans Regular Member

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    If scrapebox wasn't down, you could use it's fake pr add-on to check it.
     
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  3. zoyaraymonds

    zoyaraymonds Regular Member

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    try rankchecker{dot}com/pagerank-checker/
     
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  4. boomboomer

    boomboomer Executive VIP

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    Just used this tool to check the PR of a domain name (with a fake PR) but it couldn't detect the fake PR.
     
  5. shaddelick

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    I see this thread that claims to have a solution http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...dentify-fake-google-page-ranking-domains.html .

    What i do before i buy a domain(assuming thats what your doing) is manually check in google to see what terms it ranks and the links for based on the related keywords. Page rank doesnt mean that a site is getting much traffic. Sometimes i noticed they arent ranking at all, and the pr is just an old pr that hasnt updated. Its very tricky... but also i am not the most knowledgeable on this topic either
     
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  6. turdface

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    What domain passed that site's PR check?
     
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    I still want to see a site with fake PR that can fool those checkers.
     
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    Bump for domain with fake PR that can fool rankchecker.
     
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    sample domain's that fool PR domain checker:

    Mit4.info (PR6 (test using cekpr.com, ipagerank.info, prchecker.info and other pagerank checker VALID), site with default wordpress theme ,6 months old, with no article can be PR6??, think again)

    esenderlink.info (PR8 (test using cekpr.com, ipagerank.info, prchecker.info and other pagerank checker VALID), check at opensiteexplorer.org these domain is redirect to hostermonster.com)
     
  11. MarkWW

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    Fake PR checkers are not enough. I'd run the domain name through Ahrefs.com, extract all backlinks, remove duplicate URLs, put them in a bulk PR checker and then start to look at them.

    Sometimes, you will get mostly PR0 backlinks but your domain name is PR4, I'd stay away from these. The PR may not be fake, but might be based on the content of the website.
     
  12. turdface

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    esenderlink.info doesn't redirect anywhere. Go to the URL. It loads.
     
  13. kenkaniff

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    I check but normally if it smells too good to be true it is.
     
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    Use the services that shows the history of PR domains. If domain has high PR and it is not present on the history, this means fail.
     
  16. procam

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    prchecker.info hasn't lied to me yet. Give it a try!
     
  17. w_i.ll_y

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    Well...someone knows ...something and don't wanna speack.... Many Pr 7-8-9 nowadays..for 20-25$ . Very strange! Can someone explain how they got this PR and if they transfer anything if we post links there? The best ex is webstreamingsmania.c-m and is not the only one... i know few already...

    Thanks in advance!