In relation to this thread which is part 1 http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...igh-google-page-ranking-domains-part-1-a.html I now am going to add part 2. Analyzing HIGH PR domains backlinks First of all, i currently use SEO-SPY GLASS You can download the free version (which works well) from here : http://www.link-assistant.com/seo-spyglass/ Once you have installed and ran the program (even works on mac's) You need to input the high page rank domain you've found - For example i'm using skysports.com Once you have clicked on next, it will take you to choose backlink sources. You only need to click on the USA version and have every box checked just like below : please note : you do not need google analytics clicked. Now you will need to click on next to move onto the next section. Click on next and next again, this will start the software to start collecting backlink data. Give it time to collect all the data from the domain name. When the software has finished collecting backlink data, it will ask you if you wish to update backlink data, which you should click "Yes" too. You then should have something like this below, what we need to do is analyze the following : Page Info and Page Google PageRank (Make sure you tick these only) Once you have clicked on next... let the software update the search engine data. For this i have used another domain to check the page rank info and other factors. What we need to check out now is the following : The page PR Anchor text And also "Yes" section in the links back column, just like you'll see below : first thing you should look at would be the Page PR and Links Back columns, you'll want to see a good amount of high PR backlinks there, that appear to be "YES" in the Links Back column, where "YES" means the backlink is still alive and can be found. So let's say you found a PR4 Domain, you'd be wanting to see quite a few PR 3 links pointing towards the domain and if they are still alive. You can also go and check to see if the link is a quality link, blog comment, contextual etc... Just so you know that the link won't be deleted anytime soon. This would mean it's a good domain to get. We don't want to see backlinks that are spammy, sitewide links or simply spammy comments that could be taken down at any time. These we want to stay away from. Bad links to stay away from: Spammy comment links, that you can tell have been used with programs like scrapebox. Site wide links, these are links that are on blogrolls in the footer across duplicate domains. Bad links from places like viagra, pharmacy, gambling etc... Good links to make us purchase the domain: Actual real comments links, links that have been placed and actually mean something to the page thats been commented on. Contextual links, links that are of high quality and not spun crap with a simple link. And any other links that don't look spammy. And that's how to analyze backlinks of high pr domains we are looking for. Make sure when buying a domain that your getting "general domains" this is because if your building a blog network and your wanting to put a blog post about "teeth whitening" and you have a High Pr domain related to motobikes, this could leave a footprint of quite a few blog posts being put onto a totally unrelated domain name. Also when winning your auction or buy it now, when purchasing your domain name, make sure you put private registration on whois, this will help hide your footprint from google. This is the end of part 2, i will be putting part 3 together soon. Part 3 will include the following : All about web hosting set up and also how to set up the high pr blogs so that it will pass human reviews if ever needed. Thanks and i hope this helps a few out.