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Make Your Website A Permanent PR7/PR8 Website.

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by mnhweb, Dec 6, 2010.

  1. mnhweb

    mnhweb Regular Member

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    Say your domain is MyDomain.com, which you will like to make a permanent PR7 website.

    Now we will buy 3 different PR6 domains from http://www.DropDay.com/ (I will tell you below how to grab 3 different PR6 domains) and say they are : Domain1.com, Domain2.com & Domain3.com.

    Now the fact I am mentioning here is based on the following complex "PageRank calculator" : http://www.webworkshop.net/pagerank_calculator.php

    The above tool is quite complex to understand and this is not the purpose of this ebook, so we will just mention the results of the above tool.

    According to the above tool :
    [A] If you have a PR6 domain, say Domain1.com and if you keep only one backlink on it pointing to say MyDomain.com, then after the next Google PR update, MyDomain.com domain will become a temporary PR6 website.

    If you have a PR6 domain, say MyDomain.com and if you keep three backlinks on it pointing to Domain1.com, Domain2.com & Domain3.com, then after the next Google PR update, all the 3 domains, Domain1.com, Domain2.com & Domain3.com will become a PR6 each.

    [C] If you have 3 different PR6 domains and if you keep one backlink pointing to MyDomain.com on each of the 3 different PR6 domains, then after the next Google PR update, MyDomain.com will become a temporary PR7 website.

    Now, as you have purchased 3 different PR6 domains, Domain1.com, Domain2.com & Domain3.com, so you have to keep only one backlink on each of the Domain1.com, Domain2.com & Domain3.com pointing to MyDomain.com. So, according to #[C] above, after the next Google PR update, MyDomain.com will become a temporary PR7 website.

    Now, you have a temporary PR7 website. And we have to make it a permanent PR7 website.

    Now, on the MyDomain.com (temporary PR7) keep 3 backlinks pointing to Domain1.com, Domain2.com & Domain3.com. So according to # above, after the next Google PR update, all the 3 domains - Domain1.com, Domain2.com & Domain3.com - will become a temporary PR7 each.

    Now, here is the trick how to make MyDomain.com a permanent PR7 website.

    You have Domain1.com, Domain2.com & Domain3.com are all temporary PR7. And MyDomain.com is PR0 (it lost it's PR7 status after the last Google PR update).

    Now, keep only one backlink on Domain1.com, pointing to Domain2.com. Also keep only one backlink on Domain2.com, pointing to MyDomain.com. And also keep only one backlink on MyDomain.com, pointing to Domain1.com. Now after the next Google PR update, all the 3 domains, Domain1.com, Domain2.com & MyDomain.com will become permanent PR7 websites.

    So the above is how you can make MyDomain.com a permanent PR7 website.

    Additionally you have Domain3.com, a temporary PR7 website, which you can sell on DigitalPoint forums/ Flipa.com/ DnForum.com/ SitePoint.com forums at $15,000+.
    {By the above method, you can make your PR7 website into a permanent PR8 website also.}

    Method II : Many people might object to buying dropped domains to make their websites permanent PR7/PR8, because they say that dropped domains always loose their PR. But the fact is that if you make the whois exactly like the previous domain owner or you make the whois private, then Google will not remove the domains' PR.

    Anyhow, I am showing you another method here which does not involve dropped domains :

    Buy a domain, say : DomainX.com and then go to :
    http://forums.digitalpoint.com/forumdisplay.php?f=58

    And buy as many high PR backlinks as possible for the domain DomainX.com to make the website a PR5 website and wait for the next Google PR update to see it's a genuine PR5.

    After you have made it a PR5, you can make another three different domains a PR5 each, by the method #. And again you can make a PR6 domain by method #[C]. And again you can make 3 domains PR6 each by the method #. And from here you can follow the above guidelines to make your website a permanent PR7/PR8 website.

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    Now, here is how you will grab 3 different PR6 websites from http://www.DropDay.com/.

    Go to : http://www.DropDay.com/ and on the front page you will see domains listed. Now click on : "Google PR" and this will sort the domains according to the PR of the domains. Here you will see several PR6 domains listed. Go to http://www.CheckPagerank.net/ to see if the domains are with genuine PR or fake PR. But all of them are with genuine PR.

    Now on http://www.DropDay.com/ at the righthand corner, you will see "Buy" - under this you will see - NJ (NameJet.com), SN (SnapNames.com) and others. We will focus only on those domains which are under SN (SnapNames.com).

    You have already sorted the domains with "Google PR" and you can see PR6 domains listed under SN (SnapNames.com).

    Now go to : https://www.snapnames.com/store/basic.action#store;storeName=basic

    And then search with the PR6 domain as "MdLinDia.com" in the search-box - then you will see the number of bidders there and the "Order by" date. Usually SnapNames.com has very low number of bidders compared to GoDaddy/ NameJet. Just bid there with a high amount under your budget and you will be able to get those PR6 domains very easily.
     
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  2. andreyg13

    andreyg13 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    simple and good stuff if it does really work. have you tried this yourself?
     
  3. mnhweb

    mnhweb Regular Member

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    Yes, it works - one of friend have sent me his formula to get high PR sites very easy!
     
  4. mointernet

    mointernet Regular Member

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    This is a bullshit statement of the Year 2010.

    The reason why you lose PR of a dropped domain is because all the backlinks that are pointing to the dropped domain no longer have the original old contents and they are basically pointing to non-existing contents therefore all valid linkjuices disappear.

    Unless you could replicate back the old website contents and do 301 redirects, there is no way you can keep the PR of the dropped domain.
     
  5. d4l1t0s

    d4l1t0s Power Member

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    This was sold at BHW as an Ebook for 150$ , It was a 3 pages PDF :)
    Now it has been shared on other boards :)
    I don't know if the method works or not but you may take down the thread if the original creator is still around :)
     
  6. RedWolf

    RedWolf BANNED BANNED

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    lol . . . may be this method work but now pr 6 rate will be so high
    Posted via Mobile Device
     
  7. THUNDERELVI

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    This is pure copy paste from the e-book sold on Warrior Forum and BHW months ago, so next time include this in your post, credits go to the member who sold it, although now it is shared all over the forums and in the Downloads Section here in BHW.
    And yes the method does work, at least it worked till the last Google PR update(not including this update which is happening now and will continue up to January 2011), I've tried it myself;)
     
  8. tbsweet52

    tbsweet52 Junior Member

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    hmm. now only if this really worked
     
  9. oinky222

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    no this wont work because the links will be reciprocal and thus lose value. if MyDomain.com is PR7 because it has three one-way links from PR6 sites pointing to it (is that really enough to make a site a PR7?), then you point at those three sites from MyDomain.com, all that will happen is that MyDomain.com's PR will drop and the others will stay the same. google mainly values one-way links, and using reciprocal links wont work to improve your PR
     
  10. Water damage

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    Hey oiky - good point, but I think the object here is to remove the links from Domain1.com, Domain2.com & Domain3 pointing to Mydomain.com after the first update and before placing the links from Mydomain.com to Domain1.com, Domain2.com & Domain3. At no time are there reciprocal links.
     
  11. OnTheWayUp

    OnTheWayUp Newbie

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    My main domain is a PR5. I create websites for clients, and link to the most recent work from the home page. Sometimes the same links stay on the homepage for a couple of months at a time. If what you're saying works, the 3 websites being linked to from my home page should all be a temporary PR5, but unfortunately that is not the case. Why is that?
     
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    This thread is just stupid.

    The net would be full of PR8 sites if this retarded "method" worked. Google is too smart for this junk
     
  13. kindit77

    kindit77 Regular Member

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    this should work and give a better pr which might not be upto what is expected
     
  14. Pb.com

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    Agreed :boring:
    This is the exact reason why I started my own IM forum... to weed out the bullshit.
     
  15. mointernet

    mointernet Regular Member

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    You will be better off using the money you paid for the 3X PR6 domains and donate them to those open-source projects, their donation pages often have a PR 5 to 7, do-follow and best of all it is a one time payment and permanent too.
     
  16. robibrk

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    This is not your work, this is a copy/paste from one PDF file shared here on BHW not so long ago. Next time give credit to the author...
     
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  17. Lawrencess

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    Even if this "Method" worked, It would involve waiting a LONG time for Google up update and update and update their PR statistics.

    Not to mention the inflated prices of high PR expired domains and the hard work of rehosting all the old content from the waybackmachine.
     
  18. Lawrencess

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    Double Post :(
     
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    good point. thanks.
     
  20. sizzlers

    sizzlers Newbie

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    Bumping a 2 yr old thread ????