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What's the Market Price & SEO Value of High DA/PA Domains without PR

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by qualityservice, Aug 30, 2014.

  1. qualityservice

    qualityservice Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have few domains which has PA & DA of 30+. but PR is 0. If I sell them in the market, how much price can I get for them? Is the domain without PR has no value?

    Secondly, from SEO point of view, what is their value?

    Can some experienced members share their views.
     
  2. fxphil

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    Data can change. The last Public PR update was so long ago. The day of the PR release is about the time to get cracking on PR buying/selling. Since you truly do not know the official PR value I'd certainly not bother with it. For PA Da you can just figure out how to rank it easier. So I'd buy high Pa Da and build them and when the PR update came I'd flip em.
     
  3. DannyZhang

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    It depends on the quality of links of those domains. DA and PA can be easily raised using spammy links like blog comments. If the links are legit then the domains would be valuable.

    You could sell it off to noobs who didn't know better though.
     
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    Check the backlink profile. See what type of sites link to it.

    Sometimes Moz shows higher DA for sites that dont have much backlinks. So your best advice is to decide what type of backlinks it has.

    PR has not been updated since long and some people are not even considering it.

    PS: You can find such domains yourself i.e PR N/A or 0. Search around and you could know how to get them for just registration price.
     
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    They aren't worth as much when selling, but they are still as powerful. I personally would pay 50-100 for those kind of stats assuming they weren't spam. Like the others were saying, it's pretty easy to inflate Moz metrics.
     
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    Thanks for all the important information. Can you tell me the best places to sell these types of domains?

    Also, if I redirect these kinds of domains to my money/new site, how much benefit can I get; considering the latest Google update?

    Thanks for the inputs
     
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    Google has not update it's PR for the lay man's eye to see even though it happens regularly on their ends.

    If your domain has a good link from authority sites then it's marketable.
     
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    Many customers in the domain market still value high PR domains, so don't expect your domains to sell at the same price as domains with the same PA but with some Pagerank.
     
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    I've also been scouting around to determine the market price for selling a bunch of high pa/da/moz domains I have bought (checked as much as I could to make sure they're clean).
    I seems to be finding the sale price of such domains is around $60-120 or so.

    I have found a few that are very high DA, but really low PA (scores of like "1") - if your question is what these are worth, I'm also interested in figuring out the answer: best answer I've found so far is that these likely were "no follow" pages that either were not found by SEOmoz or have yet to be indexed by them. I'm thinking to buy a few, setup passable sites, and see if I can boost the PA, but am interested in what others have to say about this topic.
     
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    It all comes down to the back links to your domain. Serious domain buyers will always check out the back links and appraise the domain based on the following details.

    1. Do the back linking websites look spammy? Are any of the websites known and trustworthy
    2. Are the links contextual?
    3. Trust Flow, Domain Authority, Page Rank of linking sites.
    4. Wayback archive data to see what kind of content was there on the site