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Worth of 20 PR3 Domains

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by dCorp, Jul 7, 2012.

  1. dCorp

    dCorp Senior Member

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    Hi,
    I am just curious to know about the Worth of 20 PR3 Domains. Some are aged domains (5+ years old) while some are new (1+ years old). I Just wanted to know if I have to buy these domains, HOW much should I offer the seller for the pack of 20 PR3 domains?
     
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    around 1500$ would be reasonable i guess....
     
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    iPinner Senior Member Premium Member

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    1000-1300$ I guess.
    Actually it's quite hard to tell you the price without knowing other factors.
     
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  4. dCorp

    dCorp Senior Member

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    What sort of other factors? These are just plain domains with Valid PR (and no content). One can put some content on it and can start High Pr links service using them (I have no time to do so and its not my biz as well coz I hardly find time from my other main projects)

    Need some more opinion.
     
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    pooinmyloo Regular Member

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    As long as they are legit, have a number of decent backlinks to them, then I'd say you could probably sell them on digitalpoint or somewhere for $40-$50 each. But if I was you I'd break them down and sell the aged domains for more as they carry more weight.
     
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  6. dCorp

    dCorp Senior Member

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    Thanks buddy. Looking for some more valuable input from other experienced members here.
     
  7. dcuthbert

    dcuthbert Regular Member

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    It depends on a lot of factors - eg quality of backlinks, domain age, where you're selling etc.

    PR3 domains used to be popular on DP, but now there are hundreds of people trying to sell them for about $20 each and getting no bids, they just aren't selling or are so cheap that it isn't worth it. That's for .coms, PR3 .infos are often selling for about $10.

    Part of the reason is that those domains have poor backlinks (so PR is unlikely to stick), or they are deindexed domains which were part of blog networks.

    If your domains are brandable, have solid backlinks, and are .com/net/org then obviously the price will be a lot higher.
     
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  8. dCorp

    dCorp Senior Member

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    Thanks for the so detailed advice buddy & yes, you are right. They were being very popular once but still, there should be some value in them.
     
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    If the domains have a good age, have quality and good backlinks, then you could easily get around $1000 if sold to the right buyer.

    If the domains have shit backlinks, only a few months old or something, then the price would be considerably lower.
     
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