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Where to buy High PR domains from

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

  1. maheshsingh

    maheshsingh Junior Member

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    Godaddy auctions seems to be the place but the bids are so high! Any place to get some quality high PR domains for better pricing.
     
  2. iampresent

    iampresent Junior Member

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    I was just searching for this, glad you posted the thread.
     
  3. netmoney1

    netmoney1 Executive VIP

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    High PR domains are going to cost money - but you should really make sure you know what to look for. Far too many people get taken advantage of and buy what they think are high PR domains that fall back to reality after a PR update (but who knows if there will ever be another public PR update)

    There was a really good post here a while back on how to find quality PR domains and what you need to make sure you look for. I iwll see if I can find it.
     
  4. SnakePliskin

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    Look at expireddomains.net
     
  5. saber210

    saber210 Supreme Member

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    yes try expireddomains.net.
     
  6. creativeway

    creativeway Junior Member Premium Member

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    After expireddomains.net than go to GoDaddy Auctions, you need to sign up for an account though for $5 I think for a year.
     
  7. moorish

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    Use moonsy.com/expired_domains for domains that are in auction and use expireddomains.net for domains that can just be reregistered. Dont look at PR Because alot have fake/experied PR sort by ammount of backlinks and start copy pasting every domain and inspect the backlink profile using websites like majesticseo.
    If the website has a very strong backlink profile wich wil result in a high trust flow and in lesser extent citation flow on majestic seo you have a winner.
    PR can be faked backlinks cant!
     
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  8. ezines

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    I'm using register compass but not a free service.
     
  9. pxoxrxn

    pxoxrxn Supreme Member

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    expireddomains.net
     
  10. christianbed

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    In addition to looking for backlinks, check for age and DA...PR is often faked.
     
  11. davidc1

    davidc1 Newbie

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    you can find more than 200 PR3+ in stock in prnator
     
  12. rutix

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    you might want to wait the next pr update before buying a domain
     
  13. pokerjk

    pokerjk Senior Member

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    I depends what expensive is. For a quality domains with a good name PR3+ DA30+ paying £100-£200 is reasonable IMO.

    It all depends on what you plan to do with them and what return you expect.

    If you buy one at £200 and make £400 then that's a good ROI as long as you don't have to invest much time into it.

    There does seem to be more people bidding on godaddy in the past few months though.
     
  14. davidc1

    davidc1 Newbie

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    If backlinks are still thre, there is no problem for the google trust accorded to the domain. I bought about 100 domains before the last pr update, they have currently a pr-1 and as I cannot sell it, I use 16 of them as thin affilate moneysites.
    Look to the results I have with them with epn : prntscrdotcom/1x0vkk
     
  15. zinxen

    zinxen Newbie

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    you will check moniker/snapnames too... daily/monthly/premium auctions. Broker support.

    ps. can't post urls so you may google moniker, snapnames ...
     
  16. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yes, April 2016 will be a nice time to buy aged domains.
     
  17. tbtbtb

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    tbsolutions has some amazing domains
     
  18. internetresearchcell

    internetresearchcell Newbie

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    Would you please like to explain a bit on this? - Why April 2016 and not earlier?
     
  19. Link Building

    Link Building Junior Member Premium Member

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    I am using auction.godady.com for high PR domains & still helpful for me...
     
  20. dudedu

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    freshdrop.com is another place...