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PR with and without www

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by alaltaierii, Sep 6, 2011.

  1. alaltaierii

    alaltaierii Supreme Member

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    I found on godaddy auctions a domain with PR 2. I checked on rankchecker and the same domain without www has PR 0. What is the actual PR ? if I buy this domain I will have a PR 0 domain or a PR 2 domain ? someone can explain me ?
    thank you
     
  2. Fathom

    Fathom Power Member

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    Just out of curiosity have you checked to see if it is valid PR? I would be sceptical if I was to buy a domain like that.

    You can PM the domain to me and I'll check it out
     
  3. alaltaierii

    alaltaierii Supreme Member

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    I checked for fake PR with rankchecker.com and they say it's valid
     
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    Fathom Power Member

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    Like i said i'm more than happy to look at it for you.
     
  5. alaltaierii

    alaltaierii Supreme Member

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    Sorry I cannot give the domain name to you. And beside this, this is not why I created the topic
     
  6. phluid

    phluid Power Member

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    www. is a subdomain so the pr is dependent of where they built the links
     
  7. alaltaierii

    alaltaierii Supreme Member

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    so, should I look for domains with valid pr on sites without www ?
     
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    phluid Power Member

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    It doesn't really matter which one has the PR. You are going to redirect one to the other anyway so if it is on domain.com then redirect www.domain.com to domain.com. Make sure and double check that it is legit PR before purchasing.
     
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    dudong Newbie

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    i want to learn vps but i dont know how to start
     
  10. phluid

    phluid Power Member

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    Then go find a thread about VPS, that doesn't have anything to do with this post.
     
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    nihalsad Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I also have the same question.Suppose if I buy a PR 2 domain.After the purchase will it go back to 0?
     
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    It depends on how you set the website up. I have a few that have different PR's on the www and non www. Just setup the site to use the one that has the highest PR, it is usually the version that has the most links anyway. Not really a big issue as long as you are sure that the PR 2 is valid.


    It can but it really depends as there are a lot of variables. Are you talking about a dropped domain? Is there a site on it now? If not how long has it been down? Generally speaking a non dropped domain that continually has a site up will not drop until the next update even if the links do not support the current PR. This gives you time for some link building to keep the drop from happening. A dropped domain can lose the PR but not always, especially if there was a very short time with no website/content. The longer the time the domain was without content the more likely that the PR will not stick.
     
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