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Where can I buy high PR old real expired domain?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by stoneyang, Oct 10, 2013.

  1. stoneyang

    stoneyang Newbie

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    Hi guys,
    I need a high PR domain. Domain PR value should be greater than 6. Where can I buy high PR domain? Can you help me ? I need your help.
     
  2. nikita12

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    You should check out DomCop for high PR domains. However a word of caution - domains with PR > 6 usually tend to be fake if being sold for anything less than $600. Instead look at buying quality PR3 - PR6 domains.
     
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  3. stoneyang

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    Thank you for reminding me.
     
  4. davidc1

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    Check prnator you'll find a lot of pr3+ domains priced and you can see the pagerank of its backlinks and seomoz and majesticseo metrics for each domain
     
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    You should check tbsolutions, they have the best quality
     
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    You can try justdropped?
     
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  8. SnakePliskin

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    Here is a good way to find them. I found this in another thread but couldn't find the thread. http://www.expireddomains.net

    After you go to that site, find a domain you want and make sure its still in the auctions or available to be bought. Go to prchecker.info and see if the PR is still there. Then, take the domain and put it in traffic travis or Scrapebox to get all of the backlinks. Then check the backlinks for the domain. You can also do so with Ahrefs.com but they aren't updated as much as they say. If everything checks out, your domain has real PR and go ahead and buy it.

    Edit: Didn't see the_demon's post above mine. Seems like they're discontinuing it and putting more value on Domain Authority (DA) and Page Authority (PA).
     
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  9. the_demon

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    Domain Authority and Page Authority are independent metrics. They are not related to how Google classifies a sites importance and should only be used as very rough guidelines. They are also based on limited data. To all of you guys who are relying on all these made up link metrics I suggest you read this article I wrote on the subject: http://www.verdadmedia.com/articles/the-true-story-behind-link-metrics
     
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  10. SnakePliskin

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    So, in your research, your conclusion is that they don't base your rankings off these metrics at all( or very loosely). The most important factors arecontent & the quality of backlinks (which is how it's been as long as I can remember).
     
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  11. the_demon

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    That's correct, in my every day professional work I do not actually look at page rank, domain authority, page rank, or any of those other bullshit metrics. The link building methodology at our firm is based primarily on human logic and understanding what we call the Kipdo Ratios(tm) (basically it's our own Golden ratios). This is why in the past when we mined top 10 sites in tools like Traffic Travis we always saw domains with PR0 ranking highly. There are certain link type combinations and structures that work better than others.

    For example, link type A to B versus B to A is not necessarily equal. Even with equal or inverse amount of links. We utilize proven formulas to determine what works better. Certain amounts of links of a given type that can be linked to another given link type vary by the link types involved. It requires a much broader understanding of the how and why search engines work than simply looking at an isolated metric that only evaluates one criteria.

    In fact, many of the websites I've ranked are PR0 even when PR was hot yet still dominated their PR3, PR4, PR5 , etc. counterparts.

    The fact is, it really hasn't been about page rank since 2005 possibly even earlier than that. Now going off page rank has often worked for people not because of the PR itself, but simply because often times high PR domains also have a strong and relevant link profile. But this is definitely not always the case, I know one black hat seo who got his Penis Pills website a PR5 simply by blasting it with Xrumer in 250,000 to 1,000,000 link increments. At the end of the day PR has never been a metric of quality, but a metric of sheer link volume. Even Google flat out tells us this.

    Everyone is so desperate for a conclusive and definitive answer, that no one sits down and realizes the rules of search change every day, so you need to use adaptive metrics that look at many factors, not dumb algorithms like PR that just look at link volume and d0f0llow vs nofollow.

    People don't even take the time to consider why so many blog networks fail despite their "super stealth". The fact is, when you've got an unmaintained "high pr domain" pumping out content even if unique content, there are certain thresholds and when your content is spread across hundreds of subjects with no consistency it's kind of a giant flag to Google that there's something obviously out of place with the blog. There are certain levels of acceptable deviation from the norm, but most blog network operators simply do not understand these ratios and then are dumb founded when Google catches them.

    There's a million other ways most SEOs won't think of to finger print a blog or various CMS link network. But Google's gotten pretty good at understanding what the acceptable ranges are and few networks operate within these safe ranges.
     
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  12. SnakePliskin

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    Well, I've ranked domains with PR quite fast (within a week) for keywords with 1k+ SV. That was months ago. I don't believe now they focus so much on PR. I said something about it in another thread, but the OP was looking for PR domains and I showed him how to find them.

    What is your opinion of the value/juice that aged domains gives. Say 2 years +?
     
  13. the_demon

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    If you read the updated version of the article it talks about that a issue a bit. I'm not saying PR links won't work, I am however talking about why PR is not a reliable metric to base decisions off of.

    As far as domain age, I feel the domains which are registered for longer durations or the maximum duration sends a trust signal to Google as a 1 year registration may indicate a fly by night domain. Where as most big companies register for the maximum allowable time. Buying domains with drops or registration transfers I believe devalues the trust factor some, but not entirely.
     
  14. SnakePliskin

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    I read it. I figure it would send a type of value or Google sets the value for 1 year as +1 (in some fashion), 3 years + 3 (in some fashion). Etc. I feel they give it some random value as it ages. More valuable than PR.