Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by qbeczek, Aug 28, 2011.
first - fuk me I' newbie
second - where I can buy domains with real PR 1-3 ?
try freshdrop.net to search expiring or auction domains in various sites , using many paremeter as you wish..
try DP or namepros to buy used domain .. be carefull when trading in DP.
also try godaddy's auction section to search your desire domain.
as the above person said you can simply use the forums and recently dropped domain services but in case you're willing to get into domaining namejet, snapnames and registercompass are your best bet.
Flippa or Dp
This sentence worked. I would advise newbies to say this before they Dont search on Google and start a thread...lol
you can buy domains with PR from
Try Flippa, Godaddy, Namecheap.
will the domains always have the pr ? or will it decrease over time if it's not being accessed?
PR is not a permenant thing and here are some factors which may change the PR after switching the ownership.
1. Major Backlink change: If there is a PR 6 website linking directly on its homepage to target site and it is possible that target site will get PR 4 -5 depending on its content and relevance. But once the PR 6 link was gone, then it will be very likely the target site's PR will drop.
2. Content changes: Fresh Unique and useful Content is the solid key to get higher PR so if you drop the frequency to update your site or change the content of the site, then your PR will drop likely.
3. Link from or Link to penalized sites.
Use SEO spyglass to look at a domains link profile. Go through the do follow high PR links and determine yourself if they will stick. If they stick your PR sticks.
I my self use the GoDaddy Marketplace to snatch some top domains with Pagerank.
Well godaddy don't provide the actual domain PR but their is a firefox plugin that does this.
Hope that helps
I prefer to use registercompass .com this site is kewl.
I don't need tons of domains - just 2-3 PR1-3 per month
to all helpfull people - thank you
You can get PR domains cheap from the dropping domain sites, however these often lose their PR when the content changes.
Check out http://www.domainface.com is very cool. What I really like about Domainface is that they have a whole bunch of sniping tools. You can snipe Godaddy, Namejet, Snap and Pool. Love it!
Yeah, but you also need to try and keep the same registrar, host, etc. to avoid allowing G to see that the site has changed hands, correct? Otherwise, it seems like you run a high risk of the PR being lost...
All you need is WhoIs privacy. A Change of host does nothing to you. As long as your SEO host is a capable one (A,B,C class, geo-diverse, r-dns etc) you won't be losing any PR.
Separate names with a comma.