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PR 5 domain in auction in Godaddy

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by kyaw2x, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. kyaw2x

    kyaw2x Regular Member

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    Maybe one of you here interested to bid.

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    hpdesignjett790ps.com
    It's not my domain though, I just found it and as of now I don't have enough budget to bid.
     
  2. Markthedude

    Markthedude Power Member

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    I'd be careful with this one.

    Sure, http://www.domainpagerank.com/ verifies that it is a pr 5 but...

    There are no pages indexed in any of the search engines, ok sure, that might be the case if the site has been down for awhile but...

    ahrefs.com shows 0 backlinks
    http://ahrefs.com/site-explorer/backlinks/subdomains/hpdesignjett790ps.com

    majesticseo show 0 backlinks
    https://www.majesticseo.com/reports/site-explorer/summary/hpdesignjett790ps.com?IndexDataSource=F

    Way back archive has no cached pages
    http://wayback.archive.org/web/*/http://hpdesignjett790ps.com

    If you ask me someone bought the domain name, 301 redirected it to a pr 5, waited for a G page rank update (which did happen in the last couple of days) and so now the domain "has" a pr 5, then removed the redirect so pr checkers will register it as real. I guarantee that if you buy this it will drop in PR during the next update (about every 3 months)
     
  3. kyaw2x

    kyaw2x Regular Member

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    Lol..I haven't checked that factors before posting here. Anyway I'm not interested for that domain though.
     
  4. BreakAllTheClocks

    BreakAllTheClocks Regular Member

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    If you look at the nameserver history it recently belonged to MarkMonitor a company that helps sue trademark violators. HP must by one of their clients.