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Should i buy expired PR3 domain ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by myfault, Jun 7, 2014.

  1. myfault

    myfault Power Member

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    I find one domain which have a real PR3 but it was expired. I find only one entry on google. Domain was not listed in blacklist but there is also no backlinks. I have checked with opensiteexplorer and they have a score of DA and PA 1 respectively. Should i consider about buying this domain for my private blog network. Is there anything else which i want to check ?
     
  2. Duffers5000

    Duffers5000 Elite Member

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    No mate its shit. Look for some real backlinks and aged if possible. There are much better domains out there. PR is not what you want to be searching for. I picked up a DA 43 domain yesterday that was also PR1 but most people are looking to get PR3-5 domains for $10 when they would be better off spending $20-$30 and getting a domain thats of a real value.
     
  3. souleclipse

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    no. It so obvious.

    DA/PA 1 <-- No Backlink Domain.
    PR 3 <-- can be easier fake, there are many website pr checker that will put real, but in the end they are all fake.
    There is this PR 10 domain, i run on multiple PR checker, it state valid Rofl
     
  4. SkyrocketSEO

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    If there are no links it may be that PR is gained using 301 to a site with a higher PR before the last update. And this means that this site is not a PR3 site at the moment.
     
  5. myfault

    myfault Power Member

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    Thanks. Can I also able to make the private blog with the new purchase domain?
     
  6. Peter Ngo

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    You can but what is the point, with a little digging here and there, you can find PR1-PR2 at registration price pretty easy. But for Pr3 and above it will be tough for that price.
     
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    The domain obviously lacks authority, the pr3 is useless.
     
  8. AlejandroSu

    AlejandroSu Registered Member

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    is correct the pa and da? maybe this domain can lose the pr. The pagerank now is not important...
     
  9. irdeto

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    probably wouldnt buy it.
    most likely using a 301 or fake pr of some sort.
     
  10. myfault

    myfault Power Member

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    Anyone can recommend any software which alert me about the new expired domain or this domain available etc.... ?
     
  11. twilightofidols

    twilightofidols Power Member

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    #1 thing to look at is the backlinks. #2 is the archive.org history of the domain.

    I generally look for domains I can hand register with at least 3 backlinks from authoritative sources like major news networks, or niche authority sites, and at least 10 or so referring domains. I buy domains solely based on the quality of it's backlinks though, the likelihood they'll stick for the near future, and not though quantity of referrers.
     
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    What made it worthwhile when it's obvious it's scam with no backlinks?

    When you buy domains like that you should look always look beyond the
    Page Rank and also use SEOSpyglass to analyze the backlink profile.

    I'm afraid that's the only true way to acertain quality domain or otherwise
    you would be wasting your time and calling out that no SEO
    strategy works anymore and not even PBN.
     
  13. mainceaft

    mainceaft Regular Member

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    I bout PR4 that have no no links at all I was noobs that time . as twilightofidols at least 10 legit referring domains and have real backlinks .
     
  14. apocolyptica

    apocolyptica Newbie

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    if its good enough get it. the domain age shold be good enogh to start bilding links fast. good lck; better than getting domain from scrach
     
  15. lelou00

    lelou00 Regular Member

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    when you checked using opensiteexplorer, do you checked the domain with 'www' and without 'www'? they give different results. if both shows no backlinks & da/pa=1, no point rushing for it
     
  16. sailor888

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    It is also possible that the Moz (opensiteexplorer) crawler has not reached this domain (yet), and that?s why you have a DA/PA of 1 with no back links. Check the domain in ahrefs and seomajestic also before you discard it - in my experience, they tend to have bigger data sets than Moz.