How much would you pay for an expired or soon to expire PR3 domain

by wegenbelasting 16 replies
I was wondering what are the prices you have to keep in mind when building your own private network. I see huge differences in prices. Any guidelines?
#search engine optimization #domain #expire #expired #pay #pr3
  • Profile picture of the author LinkVariety
    A poor pr3 maybe $30, a good one $60.

    Dont buy pr, buy backlinks. PR is a good filter to narrow down domains to look at in more detail, but buy based on link quality, diversity, stickability.

    Contextual links in old blog posts stick, sidebar links in active blogs dont as they are more likely to be viewed.

    A pr3 with lots of contextual links in aged blog posts is way better than a pr4 relying on one or two sitewide links as the links will hold for longer.... Generally speaking.

    There are lots of factors to consider, my advice is to start with cheap domains and work your way up.
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    • Profile picture of the author wegenbelasting
      Originally Posted by LinkVariety View Post

      A poor pr3 maybe $30, a good one $60.

      Dont buy pr, buy backlinks. PR is a good filter to narrow down domains to look at in more detail, but buy based on link quality, diversity, stickability.

      Contextual links in old blog posts stick, sidebar links in active blogs dont as they are more likely to be viewed.

      A pr3 with lots of contextual links in aged blog posts is way better than a pr4 relying on one or two sitewide links as the links will hold for longer.... Generally speaking.

      There are lots of factors to consider, my advice is to start with cheap domains and work your way up.
      You think its worth ti to sign up at freshdrop.net I beleive, they charge a montly subscription, or would you recommend webPole more or another site? At other sites I saw PR3's going for $150 (well at least that was there asking price and Iwas pretty stunned, the name itself had 0 value.
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    • Profile picture of the author ashish658
      i can sell backlinks from highly ranked sites if anybody is interested
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  • Profile picture of the author mosthost
    $30 if the domain name is decent.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cash37
    I'd pay $30 max because I'd just use it to post articleranks articles and rack up credits.
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  • Profile picture of the author Valera
    I agree with LinkVariety

    I would not pay more than $60 for a PR3, but if it has heaps of strong backlinks and some really serious age, I would probably pay more.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
    How many established backlinks pointing at the PR3?

    More than just PR can be bought when buying an old domain, sometimes you'll find domains that still get related traffic, which obviously could be worth a lot more.

    All depends on what your buying, all domains are not equal.
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    • Profile picture of the author wegenbelasting
      Yes you are a right, I should look at it from a broader perspective.
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  • Profile picture of the author faceblogger
    I would not pay more than $40 for PR3 site unless it has something like DMOZ or YahooDir link
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Grant
    For an average link profile, probably about $20. PR3 are ridiculously easy to get and doesn't stand as a tribute to anything.
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    • Profile picture of the author wegenbelasting
      Originally Posted by Mike Grant View Post

      For an average link profile, probably about $20. PR3 are ridiculously easy to get and doesn't stand as a tribute to anything.
      Please explain me how I can get these so easily? I browsed many sites and when I find a PR3 sporadically it has 0 links 9 out of 10 times. Please pm me if you don't want to discuss in public.
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  • Profile picture of the author nishanth13
    free will be awesome .hehehe
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  • Profile picture of the author chukcha
    Originally Posted by wegenbelasting View Post

    I was wondering what are the prices you have to keep in mind when building your own private network. I see huge differences in prices. Any guidelines?
    $25 - $30 depending on quality of backlinks and domain age.
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  • Profile picture of the author tryinghard
    PR is worthless. I would rather have an exact match!
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  • Profile picture of the author prmoise76
    Hi mate .
    You need to be careful not to put all of them to the same ips. Cause if Google find out you will be in trouble. I really like this post.
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  • Profile picture of the author prmoise76
    Always check the page ranks before you buying them. There are a lot of fakes one out there
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