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List of Godaddy High PR sites with Buy Now

Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by lotar, Feb 27, 2012.

  1. lotar

    lotar Newbie

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    All,

    I couldn't find a service to do what I wanted, so I wrote one... basically, it goes into Godaddy, downloads all of the auctions, check's their PR with google, and then checks again to make sure the PR is valid (it's usually not... but a lot of them are legit).

    So some questions:

    1) Has someone already done this...and I'm reinventing the wheel? I see some sites say they do, but when I use their service it sucks.. or it's not updated. I just haven't found anything that consistently gets me this list accurately.
    2) Would anyone be interested in seeing a daily list of of PR 2,3,4,5 websites currently in auction that have been validated as real?
    3) If so, is that something you'd pay to see? What would it be worth to you?... seems like other sites are charging a lot - $30+/mo.. I think I could bring it far below that price point.... especially for BHW'ers

    Here's a small sample of some PR3 websites currently available on Godaddy Auctions for with a buy now under $25:

    worldviewconference.net 3
    goldenmotordealer.com 3
    youthpartners.org 3
    maritaltherapistnewyork.com 3
    sfcitycats.com 3
    sarasota-immigration.com 3
    thepianowhisperer.net 3
    vinylalbumart.com 3
    babyholdingswholesale.com 3
    lacapillabar.com 3
    reddotstudiodesign.com 3
    traffic-accident-news-and-opinion.org 3

    ... see for yourself.

    NOTE: I didn't check these for fake pagerank just yet, just cut and paste from my program as it was crunching everything.

    Should I charge for the info? Does anyone want to see the rest of the list? If so, tell me how much you think the information is worth and I could be convinced to share.
     
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    araqueli Power Member

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    i am interested
     
  3. webnise

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    RegisterCompass does this and it costs $45 a month. It also offers a range of other filters to find the right domain.
     
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    I would be very interested in seeing these, if the price is right of course :)
     
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    dotcomdesigns Power Member

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    Expired domains is pretty good and free. Sure it's not as sophisticated as some of the paid options around but it still works.

    HTML:
    http://www.expireddomains.net/
     
  6. kvmcable

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    For PR sites RC sucks. If you want to target dropping domains with LBrown's technique then it rocks and saves you a bunch of time. For catching domains with PR forget about it. Those domains are long gone before RC shows them.

    To illustrate. Dot coms and nets drop at 1pm until about 2pm CST daily. RC won't have those domains on their site until 8:30 - 9pm the same day. So if you're looking for a PR domain you're getting the domains about 8 hours after they dropped. To think any PR3-6 are sitting around for 8 hours after a drop is foolish. Most don't last more than 8 mins!

    That being said, if you use LBrown's method you might find some without advertised PR that will show PR once Google indexes your site. I've picked up many that showed no PR on RC and took good gambles (DMOZ listed, high domain, high links, high ACRank) and scored some PR2-3 domains that showed no PR on every tool. This is just using good judgment and lots of digging.
     
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    Well I thought I'd do a quick test run on GD auctions. First thing, I don't recommend anyone purchase a list that hasn't been checked for fake PR. GD has an enormous amount of fake PR. Here are my results

    Closing tonight when I checked I scraped about 66,500 auctions and some tomorrow.

    When I checked for PR I found 1054 showing anywhere from PR2-PR6 (I ignored all the PR1). When I ran them through fake PR checkers I found 154 left that had true PR. All of them are PR2 except the first one which is a PR3. I might give this another try tomorrow but to harvest and check about 70,000 auctions to find 154 PR2 domains isn't my idea of success. Here is what was suppose to close tonight and tomorrow from the list I scraped.

    harborpinesweddings.com 3
    abbumps.com 2
    acagfair.com 2
    allmusicproject.com 2
    andres-international.com 2
    arlingtonheightsveterinaryclinic.com 2
    artconnecttme.com 2
    atlasannwells.com 2
    atticinsulationbedford.com 2
    axtweet.com 2
    ayzel.com 2
    baichacn.com 2
    bakriegiptotours.com 2
    bamboobison.com 2
    bergroland.com 2
    beyondbeautycentre.com 2
    bigislandpropertyspecialist.com 2
    bunnycola.com 2
    buypelicancase.com 2
    charbelvissa.com 2
    charismahousecommunity.com 2
    chateaumanagement.com 2
    choppcriativo.com 2
    chuavienquang.com 2
    churchkickstart.com 2
    cleancocleaning.com 2
    cleanct-o1.com 2
    cnyradionews.com 2
    cnyusedcar.com 2
    daqiaohuiben.com 2
    davenportfinancialservices.com 2
    db-performance.com 2
    deathcarecaribbeangetaway.com 2
    delilahskitchin.com 2
    delilahsshaydeekitchen.com 2
    designsonthehalfshell.com 2
    digestcaps.com 2
    directcheapsofa.com 2
    directgraniteflooring.com 2
    dynamicfitnesswithamanda.com 2
    escortpowersearch.com 2
    eipta.com 2
    dustchicago.com 2
    georgetoscano.com 2
    georgeduvall.com 2
    katyasbistro.com 2
    gforcefans.com 2
    generationethix.com 2
    earn-to-money.com 2
    goldandgunmetal.com 2
    google1a.com 2
    guttertoppertristate.com 2
    gulfcoastclayconference.com 2
    healthnessinnovations.com 2
    harlessplumbingandelectric.com 2
    gmatprepcenter.com 2
    heartbeatamplifier.com 2
    hammersoyprotein.com 2
    homeenergyauditsdallas.com 2
    humancapitalacademy.com 2
    hrackys.com 2
    heatherjaymusic.com 2
    iu-algeciras.com 2
    insulationarlington.com 2
    dubrovnikwinetasting.com 2
    jawanzaphoenix.com 2
    ilgraphicsinc.com 2
    homeinsulationeuless.com 2
    kartingradio.com 2
    kwclakeway.com 2
    kreativo123.com 2
    joplinprinting-andrews.com 2
    lewistownmtrealestate.com 2
    leandro-rocha.com 2
    jbswharf.com 2
    liveparadisenow.com 2
    latvala-rallying.com 2
    lunchdinnerrestaurantmuncieindiana.com 2
    luxuriousbackyardsllc.com 2
    mabinogi-golds.com 2
    magab.com 2
    majesticmedicalservices-mgt.com 2
    martybeallsoccercamps.com 2
    mast-music.com 2
    mcquadecrawford.com 2
    md-a-products.com 2
    measurementadvocates.com 2
    meatvideotour.com 2
    memorialcasting.com 2
    milafrade.com 2
    mohotcars.com 2
    mondaafrica.com 2
    monetaenterprises.com 2
    mp3mp4-player.com 2
    mybrainhero.com 2
    mychocolatepaycheck.com 2
    myspeedrail.com 2
    naderahmed.com 2
    northbeachguide.com 2
    onlinemetamorphosis.com 2
    paradoxesbydrtata.com 2
    parentconnectiondeals.com 2
    patahumada.com 2
    patrickpicard.com 2
    pccclassifieds.com 2
    peaceofmindmc.com 2
    pelican-stormcases.com 2
    pgwmail.com 2
    portalarista.com 2
    projetamy.com 2
    rajeshsjala.com 2
    rimarketingconsultant.com 2
    road2taupo.com 2
    rockadafest.com 2
    rubikarts.com 2
    saxcartel.com 2
    saxophonecartel.com 2
    scandalous-fiction.com 2
    setupmagazine.com 2
    snapmydiapers.com 2
    sonhaber1.com 2
    stafford-computer-solutions.com 2
    statewidebuildingevaluations.com 2
    stationrecords.com 2
    studentsmagazine.com 2
    studiokmontreal.com 2
    studiolamystique.com 2
    studiosoulmate.com 2
    susansnailstudio.com 2
    sweetraskels.com 2
    tastebudsepicureansuite.com 2
    tasteoflagunaniguel2011.com 2
    tgicommunicationsgroup.com 2
    tharepresenta.com 2
    theapathyparty.com 2
    thegladiatorwrestlingclub.com 2
    thenationaltreebrigade.com 2
    thesocraticlounge.com 2
    thinkchameleontechnologies.com 2
    tolmanco.com 2
    trochelabs.com 2
    uncalled4radio.com 2
    unichurchinternational.com 2
    utpbgsa.com 2
    vanvixens.com 2
    varazsbolt.com 2
    warpedwords.com 2
    weeddancefarm.com 2
    wrapsnsignsbytrimit.com 2
    xanailsbeauty.com 2
    xyvalue.com 2
    ywpharm.com 2
    zbestcabinets.com 2
    zelenkovac.com 2


    I think this pretty much confirms my suspicions that GD auctions aren't worth much if you take the time and resources to verify listings. What do you think? Maybe give it another day or so?
     
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    I would like to appreciate you for doing this effort. Its worth the effort if you get a realistic result in the end and it can be used for deciding which domain to buy.
     
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  9. missil3

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    does it provide the price of the BIN also ? I have had membership for godaddy auctions and never found any domain that was worth while.
     
  10. kvmcable

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    All less than $11 but you have to pay renewal fee. Coupon code gets renewal for $8.50. Some domains have BIN for $5
     
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    Do you mind sharing what is ' LBrown's technique' ?

     
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  13. lotar

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    kvmcable, those aren't the results I got... and I wrote a fake pr checker too. It could be improved upon, but of the list of domains I found, a manual review of most of them confirmed that the script was finding domains with PR correctly.

    I didn't see any immediate interest when I initially posted this thread, so I moved onto the next shiny thing... but I do want to confirm that I uncovered some valid pr4 and pr5 domains.

    One thing that tripped me up is that over time, google will return a 200 on its checker without a true response.... so make sure your code is checking that there is a real response when looking for PR. The first draft of my code was happy to tell me that there was no information for a website when I was simply being told to fill out a captcha.

    2nd draft switches to another proxy once that happens... so double check your findings...because I did find some good ones.

    NOTE: I was looking for domains that haven't dropped, or will drop in the next 24 hours... maybe that's the diff in our approach?
     
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    Good advice there. Yes I spotted the same thing you did. Increasing the number of proxies and the rotation seems to have solved that until the next Google adjustment.

    Thanks
     
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    I think I'm going to pursue this actually... bump my code up to version 2.0, create a website for it, make the info searchable, and see if customers stick.
     
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    Good luck to you. I think there is a market for this type of service. I have to many pans on the stove now. I can't juggle another.
     
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    I used to download godaddy's list, add them to scrapebox to find out the pr, if it's valid and to find out how many root domains it had.
    The whole process used to take about 3 hours a day and used to find a lot of pr3 very cheap.

    I now use registercompass which does all of that hard work for you.

    With registercompass you also get details from namejet and snapnames. You can find a lot of high quality pr4s at namejet between $69 - $100
     
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    I will be interested in such a service. I want to get rid of hassle of searching high pr domains
     
  19. kvmcable

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    RC for finding pr domains. Now that's funny. Good luck to anyone paying RC to find pr domains.

    I own a subscription to RC and it has a distinct purpose it's good at but it sure the heck isn't finding pr domains. RC takes HOURS to update after the rest of the world has current auction lists. Does anyone seriously think the world is waiting to snag these auctions until RC gets updated? By the time you see results in RC the good domains at a reasonable price have been purchased for at least 4-6 hours.

    RC is very good if you want to use LBrowns method of finding domains and keeping your fingers crossed that pr will return after you purchase the domain, build it and Google reindexes it. To find domains with current PR - um no, RC won't do that for you.

    To do this you need to run about 250,000 domains a day through PR checkers and then fake PR checkers. Either you invest in tools to run that sort of volume or you pay someone to do it for you. If you think you're going to give RC $25 a month and get them handed to you, you're mistaken. You're competing against thousands of domainers around the world working 24/7 finding and buying these domains in minutes (milliseconds) after they're listed or dropped.

    I run API tools now that try to purchase PR domains twice a second when they drop. I actually run 10 APIs running these tools so 20 times a second my accounts are snagging dropped PR domains against thousands of others. I'm still lucky to catch 10 a day. Not bragging but showing you the competition out there for these domains. There are guys that run 100 API accounts hitting the service 200 times a second for the same domains I'm chasing. To think somehow all of us missed these and 6-8 hours later they're on RC is funny.

    Just giving it to you straight before you invest in RC thinking you're going to get a PR4 domain list for $25. Now if you don't have time to cut and paste domains into MajesticSEO using LBrown's system then RC is definitely the ticket. I like to use it for that method. I've been lucky and snagged 20-30 that returned to PR2-4 once Google saw them live again. I've also purchased 100 that remained PR0 so like I said it's a gamble.
     
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    Wow, nice of you to knock down registercompass. I use it every single day and have done for over a year, guess I've been making a huge mistake right?

    You say that you run api tools? Care to share more information or was your reply only meant to mock registercompass?