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[WTB & SEARCHING] Good place to buy high PR domains?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by royserpa, Jan 7, 2014.

  1. royserpa

    royserpa Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hey guys,

    For the last 2-3 weeks, I have been searching to buy 2 high pr domains, but it seems that I can't seem to find any good place!

    I have $200 ready to buy 1 pr3 and 1 pr4 domains, but generally when I find a decent domain, it surpases my budget!

    So, I am kindly asking if anyone knows of a good place to get high pr domains :)

    Thanks for the help! :)

    PS: I know PR is just a metric, but I will also check PA/DA, CF/TF and backlinks :)
     
  2. royserpa

    royserpa Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    21 hours later bumpsy bumper

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    Anyone? :)

    Ohh and now I only need 1 pr4 domain as I won 1pr3 domain some hours ago! WoohOo! :)
     
  3. kinlee

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    Use the search box :p
     
  4. royserpa

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    Actually I have found many people, pmed them but after 1 week of doing that they don't reply nor the PMs or their threads, so I decided to create this thread.

    Actually right now I am waiting to bid on a GD domain that looks great.

    But still if I lose, I would like some more "backups" or similar. :)
     
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    If you're not looking to spend a lot of money, I would suggest searching through deleted domains. Sometimes you will find some very valuable domain names. A lot of the better ones are probably from people who forgot to renew for some reason or another. You have to act fast though.
     
  7. termi

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    I have abut 30 PR 3-4 domains for sell if you are intrested PM me
     
  8. SNB321

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    Search "buyhighprdomains" or "Godaddy", and use expireddomains.net to filter the fake one.
     
  9. royserpa

    royserpa Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hahahaha
    what a nice site to troll!!!
    Great site :D

    Yea, well I just won my 2nd domain!!! :)

    I might contact you another time bro, I just won my 2 domainss! :D

    yea i did, i worked on this today and yesterday, and today I won my 2 domains!! :)

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    The bad thing is that I didn't know I had to wait for it to expire :(
     
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    Try expireddomains.net

    This is the one I use to track GoDaddy auctions. It works great and you can even set up nice filters. Free to register.
     
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    If you are starting out you could use godaddy auctions or expireddomains.net.
     
  13. banchi08

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    try domcop.com buddy.
     
  14. aka sam

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  15. morbidmind

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    expireddomains.net is your best bet
     
  16. bdseo2014

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    You can get PR 5 domain only for $14 man !! From ExpireDomain See this image
    expiredomain.jpg
     
  17. davidc1

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    On godaddy auction you have to wait a few days, then you can email the seller and ask him how to precess the push or transfer.

    In case of you search more domain, try prnator (i own it) domains are at fixed price.
     
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