What's the highest PR you got from TDNAM?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by mindmaster, Nov 2, 2011.

  1. mindmaster

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    I am looking to buy some high pr domain for cheap. Just loaded Scrapebox to do the dirty jobs (tdnam & fake pr check) (man I need more proxies) and wondering how low can be the price for a high pr domain.

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  2. alaltaierii

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    I got a PR4 for $9 few weeks ago.
     
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  3. Zipper

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    Nice! Congrats.

    I have a question though, are you guys buying expired domains with high PR's or are these still live sites? Thanks.
     
  4. Stizerg

    Stizerg Power Member

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    Expired domain doesn't loose it PR if you fill it with content asap.
    So, yes I buy both expired and live domains. However expired domains are much cheaper.
     
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  5. poweronics

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    Its wise to buy cheap expired domains and then put content in it immediately after buying so that it maintains its PR.
     
  6. sanjeev2010

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    Does the content need to be related to what was there in the past?
     
  7. gregstereo

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    That's usually a good way to go. Keeping the content similar - both in context and in look and feel - at least for awhile is advisable.

    Back to OP's question, I got a PR3 and a PR5 at different times from TDNAM. Just got to keep an eye out.