How can buy good high PR domain ?

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Hi all, i want to buy some domain with high PR. But i don't know how to check good domain PR ?
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  • Profile picture of the author ralchevd
    Learn the principles of SEO and domain names. Your question is ridiculous.
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    • Profile picture of the author discustipated
      there all over if you look through the right auctions. Godaddy, digitalpoint forums, etc. you can check pr with a free tool or paid one..up to you. Make sure you evaluate the backlinks though. You are paying for the linking and much less the pr. Make sure there are plenty of good links linking to it that are legit. No links from bad nieghborhoods, or links that are crap and goinv to get deleted. Hope that helps. You might wanna study up though.
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    • Profile picture of the author satrap
      Originally Posted by ralchevd View Post

      Learn the principles of SEO and domain names. Your question is ridiculous.
      That is why he is asking this question ( on a forum that is centered around the same topic). So, Ridiculous is your comment!
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  • Profile picture of the author aaronclancy
    Look for an established domain. Do not worry about PR.
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  • Profile picture of the author Marc_L
    PR is almost a meaningless metric. Why? Because it isn't updated regularly; sometimes it takes many months for Google to update PR.

    Imagine a page has PR 10 and it links to page A then page A links to page B. Pages A and B have no other links. Then Google updates the PR and gives A a PR6 and B a PR4. That PR is based solely on the PR 10. Then all of the sudden the PR 10 page removes the link to page A.

    The PR of A and B wouldn't change until Google decides to update the rankings, BUT the linking power of A and B would go down almost immediately because the authority they had has been removed. So for months at a time these sites would have PRs that are inaccurate.

    When buying aged domains think of it as buying backlinks from other pages. You'll need to look at the links coming in because those are what you are really after. PR is an extremely over rated factor simply because it is out of date most of the time.
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  • Profile picture of the author danlew
    There are tons of sources for you to find high PR domains. With SEOQuake installed, you can easily detect the domain's PR that you are about to buy. High PR domains can be found in various auction sites like Sedo, Digital Point Forums, DNForum, NamePros, etc.
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    • Profile picture of the author kenneth1982
      Originally Posted by danlew View Post

      There are tons of sources for you to find high PR domains. With SEOQuake installed, you can easily detect the domain's PR that you are about to buy. High PR domains can be found in various auction sites like Sedo, Digital Point Forums, DNForum, NamePros, etc.
      Yes, I know where to buy high PR domain. But to avoid buy mistake domain. what do you check ? Check Backlinks, age, etc...
      Originally Posted by ralchevd View Post

      Learn the principles of SEO and domain names. Your question is ridiculous.
      How do you thinks if you buy a domain PR3 and after that it return to PR 0 ?
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      • Profile picture of the author Marc_L
        Originally Posted by kenneth1982 View Post

        Yes, I know where to buy high PR domain. But to avoid buy mistake domain. what do you check ? Check Backlinks, age, etc...
        Check the backlinks.
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      • Profile picture of the author SuppaDave21
        Originally Posted by kenneth1982 View Post

        Yes, I know where to buy high PR domain. But to avoid buy mistake domain. what do you check ? Check Backlinks, age, etc...

        You will check the number of high PR backlinks pointing to that domain, if it has a lot of high pr backlinks then chances are that the pag3e rank will still be relevant and good.

        You can use a software such as Market samurai to check the number of links on a domain.

        How do you thinks if you buy a domain PR3 and after that it return to PR 0 ?
        The key is to check the backings on the domain before you buy to make sure that the PR is accurate. If you are purchasing a PR 5 domain and it does not have 1 PR 5 or higher backlink on it then chances are that the domain has fake PR, meaning whenever google updates its PR it will probably drop
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      • Profile picture of the author nicelife
        Originally Posted by kenneth1982 View Post

        Yes, I know where to buy high PR domain. But to avoid buy mistake domain. what do you check ? Check Backlinks, age, etc...

        How do you thinks if you buy a domain PR3 and after that it return to PR 0 ?

        Hi Kenneth,

        I've explained how I do it on my blog here: http://www.forgetmenutz.com/buy-aged...with-pagerank/

        Hope that helps
        /Daniel
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  • Profile picture of the author Mr Lim
    There are software outside where you can track expired domain with high PR level.
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  • Profile picture of the author bioss
    hi before you buy ,
    Domain PR Checklist :
    * Fake PR
    * Age (web.archive)
    * Registrar History (the best is 1)
    * Backlinks (C-class only)
    * Google cache (if there)
    * Google index
    * owner deals

    Good Luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author techihunt
    I purchase high pr backlinks on fiverr works good for me
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  • Profile picture of the author serena85
    Why do you want to buy a high PR domain....PR does not mean money...
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    • Profile picture of the author nicelife
      Originally Posted by serena85 View Post

      Why do you want to buy a high PR domain....PR does not mean money...
      PR does indeed mean money if you know how to take advantage of it :-)
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      • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
        This thread with the answers given in it are both sad and funny at the same time. I especially like the I buy High Pr backlinks at fiverr post. LOL
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        • Profile picture of the author mosthost
          Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

          This thread with the answers given in it are both sad and funny at the same time. I especially like the I buy High Pr backlinks at fiverr post. LOL
          Many of the threads here lately exhibit that same balance of emotional extremes. You can't decide whether you should laugh out loud or cry at the sheer ridiculousness
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        • Profile picture of the author Rukshan
          Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

          This thread with the answers given in it are both sad and funny at the same time. I especially like the I buy High Pr backlinks at fiverr post. LOL
          Some people will think that fiverr is a place to buy High PR Domains
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        • Profile picture of the author dp40oz
          Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

          This thread with the answers given in it are both sad and funny at the same time. I especially like the I buy High Pr backlinks at fiverr post. LOL
          Pretty dead on there!
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  • Profile picture of the author webpageworker
    i dont think google give importance to PR
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  • Profile picture of the author calvinyumi
    Please just let me know if you still need high PR domains. I have some to sell
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  • Profile picture of the author fiberoptic
    Scrapebox has an amazing plugin called TDNAM Scraper which searches all godaddy auction domains by keyword. I spent the past week searching keywords like "as", "do", "the", "top", etc. It will return 50,000+ results and then you run it through the pagerank checker and then you wait for the high PR sites! I was only able to find one PR5 domain (which I bought for $5) out of about 200,000 sites searched and maybe ten PR4 domains.
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    • Profile picture of the author socialbookmark
      Originally Posted by fiberoptic View Post

      Scrapebox has an amazing plugin called TDNAM Scraper which searches all godaddy auction domains by keyword. I spent the past week searching keywords like "as", "do", "the", "top", etc. It will return 50,000+ results and then you run it through the pagerank checker and then you wait for the high PR sites! I was only able to find one PR5 domain (which I bought for $5) out of about 200,000 sites searched and maybe ten PR4 domains.
      Its a good news that you found a high PR domain and bought it for $5 but the pagerank of this kind of domains will be decreased a lot and their pagerank usually change to 0 at the next time of Google pagerank updates because many backlinks of these domains will be cleared by previous site owner.
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    • Profile picture of the author SeoWizzard
      Originally Posted by fiberoptic View Post

      Scrapebox has an amazing plugin called TDNAM Scraper which searches all godaddy auction domains by keyword. I spent the past week searching keywords like "as", "do", "the", "top", etc. It will return 50,000+ results and then you run it through the pagerank checker and then you wait for the high PR sites! I was only able to find one PR5 domain (which I bought for $5) out of about 200,000 sites searched and maybe ten PR4 domains.
      I have no idea how you were able to buy a domain for only $5... I have bought several domains from auction myself and the minimum bid price is $10 and after that you need to extend the expiring period by at least 1 year, so in a case of a .com domain that's at least $20.

      Add to this whois protection from godaddy for another $7 or so... sure you could transfer it to namecheap but you need to wait 60 days after you purchased a domain through the auctions.
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  • Profile picture of the author radivoj
    Well you can find many of them with high PR just do research, as you see green light point it mean PR is valid not fake, after I did manual check regarding PR and I can say is accurate...

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