Where can I buy high PR domains??

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I want to buy some high PR domains, PR 1-5. It doesn't matter the age of the site, or what the domain name is as long as it carries between 1-5 PR. I don't want to pay too much. The max I'm willing to pay is $200 for a PR5..

Thanks guys!
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  • Profile picture of the author AskJon
    If you can use tools like scrapebox and make sure PR is real/won't drop you can just go to GoDaddy auctions and get PR domains for a few bucks

    I know ALN also publish a list of dropping domains with PR, so if you don't have an account there yet you can register for free and enjoy their list!

    Hope that helps
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  • Profile picture of the author patco
    AskJon gave you one incredible hint that I used about 2 months ago, you don't have to spend hundreds, while you can get a high PR domain for only some bucks
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  • Profile picture of the author Faizal0908
    Wow, that's such a relief! I was expecting to pay hundreds...I'll check out godaddy auctions right now. I was planning on using checkpagerank.net. Is that legit?
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  • Profile picture of the author agc
    How do you make sure PR is real / won't drop?

    How is "fake" PR created?
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  • Profile picture of the author patco
    Fake PR can be created when your website redirects to another website that has a high PR. It could be easily checked in google using the query:

    info:domain.com

    where domain.com is the domain you would want to check (the result will show you the website or it could also shows another website, if it is another, then the PR is fake!)
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    • Profile picture of the author agc
      Originally Posted by patco View Post

      Fake PR can be created when your website redirects to another website that has a high PR. It could be easily checked in google using the query:

      info:domain.com

      where domain.com is the domain you would want to check (the result will show you the website or it could also shows another website, if it is another, then the PR is fake!)
      thanks. i'll try that.
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      • Profile picture of the author NicheMarketingCR
        Originally Posted by agc View Post

        thanks. i'll try that.
        Hey AGC,

        Also been looking to verify the "fakeness" of domains since i've been shopping around for PR2 sites :-)

        Currently using rankchecker(dot)com to weed out the fakes. They appear red under the validation column.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Do NOT rely on Scrapebox to identify real PR. It is not 100% accurate. Sometimes it will check the PR of the www version of the domain, but then the Fake Page Rank checker will check the non-www version of the domain. If they only redirected the one version, Scrapebox may tell you it is a PR 4 and real, but in actuality the non-www was a PR 0 and that was what was real.

    Hope that makes sense.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Williamson
    GoDaddy auctions - found a few hidden gems there that I picked up for 10 or 20 bucks.
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  • Profile picture of the author drewsg
    +1 godaddy auctions as well, found a pr2 with an age of 4 years for $9
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  • Profile picture of the author ThatAblaze
    GoDaddy auctions annoy me. You buy the domain for $9, sure... but then they charge $12 for a 1 year registration.. and THEN they don't give you a full year. You get one year from the date it expired not from the date you paid the $12!

    Hidden fees bug me, and GoDaddy is full of them. Plus, you've got to hate how your username is a number. It makes me feel like such a robot.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
    Originally Posted by Faizal0908 View Post

    I don't want to pay too much. The max I'm willing to pay is $200 for a PR5..

    Thanks guys!
    Umm.... If only we got to set the price of things we are looking for based on what we want. If I see a PR5 for $200 I would double triple check the domain cause it well could be faked or it could be a PR2 by the next update. With reasonable amount of quality links you should expect to pay several times that .

    Originally Posted by ThatAblaze View Post


    Hidden fees bug me, and GoDaddy is full of them. Plus, you've got to hate how your username is a number. It makes me feel like such a robot.
    LOL. I share your disgust with them. I wouldn't touch godaddy with a ten foot pole if not for their auctions and they know they got you when you win a bid - alot of the active coupons won't be accepted for registration and then they tack on the privacy fee where others throw it in for free
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  • Profile picture of the author Mack Attack 77
    Godaddy just ercks me...I wish they weren't the conglomerate that they are. There site is setup very poorly for the amount of money they spend in advertising.
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  • Profile picture of the author keyideas
    You can buy from Godaddy or net4 india
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  • Profile picture of the author calvinyumi
    Godaddy is the best place I can tell ;D
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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 .com PR5 domain (which I bought for $5) out of about 200,000 sites searched and maybe ten PR4 domains.

    Let me know what your niche is and I'll see what I can do.
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  • Profile picture of the author derprinz
    Be careful
    it's not just about PR
    can be fake
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  • Profile picture of the author socialbookmark
    I suggest you to look for buying domains and websites in flippa.com too. It gives you many selections with different prices and parameters.
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    • Profile picture of the author nik0
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      I find that 999 out of 1000 PR3 domains from the TDNAM scraper are fake.
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      • Profile picture of the author fiberoptic
        Originally Posted by nik0 View Post

        I find that 999 out of 1000 PR3 domains from the TDNAM scraper are fake.
        Most of them are "no cache", which doesn't mean they're fake.
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        • Profile picture of the author nik0
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          Originally Posted by fiberoptic View Post

          Most of them are "no cache", which doesn't mean they're fake.
          When it's no cache Scrapebox says it's no cache. When it's fake Scrapebox says it's fake and it shows which domains redirect to it.

          For example I just runned through a huge list with all domains having www. in front of it. So I filtered out the ones that didnt return fake.

          Now when I run that same filtered list with removing the www. then it's saying no cache for all of them.

          All the ones that weren't fake are PR2 btw, found about 45 of them after going through 15k domains.

          As you can see in this image there are only very few with No Cache:



          What amazes me is the amount of blogspots and tumblrs that are redirecting, these might very well stick.
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  • Profile picture of the author sandhi
    i guest Godaddy is the best place for you to buy PR domains..
    for check if the domains is fake or not you can check it in : Check Page Rank | cekPR.com
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  • Profile picture of the author fiberoptic
    Yea, I think the fake PR checker needs some work. Do you know what "no cache" means?
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    • Profile picture of the author nik0
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      Originally Posted by fiberoptic View Post

      Yea, I think the fake PR checker needs some work. Do you know what "no cache" means?
      Yeah that there is no data/content cached for the site. As in pretty risky to buy such domain cause it's probably expired for quite some time already.

      Or in other words the url that we check for isn't indexed in Google anymore.

      When you check onthewaterpromotions.com you'll see that only 3 inner url's are indexed. I would pass on such domain.
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  • Profile picture of the author fiberoptic
    Thanks. I just purchased a 1 year old PR5 "no chache" domain for $5 that was de-indexed. I created a wordpress theme and got all the pages indexed on google in 1 day.
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    • Profile picture of the author nik0
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      Originally Posted by fiberoptic View Post

      Thanks. I just purchased a 1 year old PR5 "no chache" domain for $5 that was de-indexed. I created a wordpress theme and got all the pages indexed on google in 1 day.
      Interesting, I was always told to skip these domains cause there is a big chance the PR will drop. Oh well, actually its a bit nonsense to think that indeed as long as you do a check on the backlinks the site has.

      Check your PM btw I am in a hurry
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      • Profile picture of the author Andrian
        Godaddy Would be the best site, but its not a great job to buy high Pr website, the thing is you creat a website and by strong back linking you turn its Pr High according to your requirements. keep focusing on back linking Onpage or Ofpage SEO is the only way you get high pr by your own without spending hundreds of Dollars.
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  • Profile picture of the author faysal969
    Originally Posted by Faizal0908 View Post

    I want to buy some high PR domains, PR 1-5. It doesn't matter the age of the site, or what the domain name is as long as it carries between 1-5 PR. I don't want to pay too much. The max I'm willing to pay is $200 for a PR5..

    Thanks guys!
    You can buy aged domain from Sedo, GoDaddy, Domainflippa, snapnames, etc. All those are really good for buying high PR domain.
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  • Profile picture of the author diyakapoor
    Godaddy auctions is really a good place to buy PR domains
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  • Profile picture of the author leorocking25
    Yeah I am also suggesting to go with the godaddy company.It sales the business related software also.
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  • Profile picture of the author SamDermot
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    I bought a domain having pr 5 and after using it on my server now page rank is zero...... I couldn't understand.. may be fake pr so be aware of this while buying pr domain names..
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    • Profile picture of the author nik0
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      Originally Posted by SamDermot View Post

      I bought a domain having pr 5 and after using it on my server now page rank is zero...... I couldn't understand.. may be fake pr so be aware of this while buying pr domain names..
      Did you use privacy protection? Maybe the PR updates again with the next Google update in 1.5-2 months from now.
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    • Profile picture of the author proximate
      Originally Posted by SamDermot View Post

      I bought a domain having pr 5 and after using it on my server now page rank is zero...... I couldn't understand.. may be fake pr so be aware of this while buying pr domain names..
      Yep - That's the problem.

      If one is serious about getting good drops you also need to check a whole bunch more of stuff like :

      PR
      Who.is Age
      Who.is Registrar Selling
      info:http://Dropped-Domain.com
      site:http://Dropped-Domain.com
      How many backlinks ?
      Auction Price

      That all takes a whole lot of time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Phoenixfk
    I would like to dispose of the site Biznessmind.com. If you are interested in purchasing it with free hosting upto the month of october. Please pm me.
    Cheers.
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    • Profile picture of the author nik0
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      Originally Posted by Phoenixfk View Post

      I would like to dispose of the site Biznessmind.com. If you are interested in purchasing it with free hosting upto the month of october. Please pm me.
      Cheers.
      Wow that site has some really poor written content, did you write it yourself or is it an autoblog site?
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  • Profile picture of the author surehit
    Hi Guys, take a look at my list of domains for sale below. All catchy names which are formerly websites, have Alexa rank, residual backlinks & Google indexes. I have a few 6 letters top level aged domains over 10 years old.

    I'm open to offers. Please PM me. Cheers! :-)
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    • Profile picture of the author nik0
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      Originally Posted by surehit View Post

      Hi Guys, take a look at my list of domains for sale below. All catchy names which are formerly websites, have Alexa rank, residual backlinks & Google indexes. I have a few 6 letters top level aged domains over 10 years old.

      I'm open to offers. Please PM me. Cheers! :-)
      Dude you are charging $60 for PR0 domains and the names are totally non special

      I mean: brandwatchmall.com or newprotectionnetwork.com, there are millions of such none saying names up for grab.
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      • Profile picture of the author surehit
        Originally Posted by nik0 View Post

        Dude you are charging $60 for PR0 domains and the names are totally non special

        I mean: brandwatchmall.com or newprotectionnetwork.com, there are millions of such none saying names up for grab.
        Like I said, make me an offer. Min price to set in SEDO is US$60, not that I have any choice. Lol..

        There are tools that allows you to track/view that the domain previously look like. And not everything is base on PR, Alexa or links. Sometimes a person just want that particular TLD name, for his own reasons.
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  • Profile picture of the author Fraggler
    Use a service such as Dropday.com and become familiar with how Namejet and Snapnames run their domain auctions. Backlink checks are essential if you want a domain with PR that will last. Scrapebox is handy - but not for checking if the PR is fake or not. Use Scrapebox to check which links in the domain's profile are still live and then check the quality factors of this live list.

    Always triple check a domain that is receiving no attention. There are cases when some get missed but it's often a red flag.

    If you do buy a domain that drops PR at the next update then study the reasons why it dropped and use this new knowledge for your next purchase. Remember that not all links go to the homepage and a page (including the homepage) can get PR purely from inner links (no external links).
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  • Profile picture of the author Vija
    You can also check digital point forum, expireddomains . net.
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  • Profile picture of the author dp40oz
    PR Powershot is a cool way to get some cheap PR domains. I also love DomainPeeker. The best way though is to find a great seller and never let them go.
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  • Profile picture of the author Aviator Joe
    I think you're making a mistake not considering backlinks and just looking at PR.
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  • Profile picture of the author leorocking25
    You can go to the godaddy auktions for buying high PR domains.
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  • Profile picture of the author SeoWizzard
    I'm doing this kind of work. My process is like this:
    1. Get 40000 expiring domains from GoDaddy.
    2. Get some fast proxies in scrapebox and then check pagerank of all 40000 domains.
    3. Remove any domains from the list that have PR of 0 or N/A
    4. Start Fake PR Checker addon in scrapebox and check all the domains in your list and export all real pagerank domains to file.
    5. Check backlinks of all real domains exported at step 4 using scrapeboxx backlinks checker addon
    6. ???? (I had to code a tool to join all the data to a csv file.)
    7. Check the final list, if PR is high and backlinks are low then the domain can have a redirect to it that builds the PR. Ultimately you need to analyze the backlinks using various tools to make sure they are quality.

    Hope this helped.
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    • Profile picture of the author MatthewWoodward
      Originally Posted by SeoWizzard View Post

      I'm doing this kind of work. My process is like this:
      1. Get 40000 expiring domains from GoDaddy.
      2. Get some fast proxies in scrapebox and then check pagerank of all 40000 domains.
      3. Remove any domains from the list that have PR of 0 or N/A
      4. Start Fake PR Checker addon in scrapebox and check all the domains in your list and export all real pagerank domains to file.
      5. Check backlinks of all real domains exported at step 4 using scrapeboxx backlinks checker addon
      6. ???? (I had to code a tool to join all the data to a csv file.)
      7. Check the final list, if PR is high and backlinks are low then the domain can have a redirect to it that builds the PR. Ultimately you need to analyze the backlinks using various tools to make sure they are quality.

      Hope this helped.
      Exactly that, it is the quickest and most effective way to hunt out high PR domains.

      The only difference is I use the built in TDNAM scraper addon to download all the domains from Godaddy auctions.
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    • Profile picture of the author proximate
      Originally Posted by SeoWizzard View Post

      I'm doing this kind of work. My process is like this:
      1. Get 40000 expiring domains from GoDaddy.
      2. Get some fast proxies in scrapebox and then check pagerank of all 40000 domains.
      3. Remove any domains from the list that have PR of 0 or N/A
      4. Start Fake PR Checker addon in scrapebox and check all the domains in your list and export all real pagerank domains to file.
      5. Check backlinks of all real domains exported at step 4 using scrapeboxx backlinks checker addon
      6. ???? (I had to code a tool to join all the data to a csv file.)
      7. Check the final list, if PR is high and backlinks are low then the domain can have a redirect to it that builds the PR. Ultimately you need to analyze the backlinks using various tools to make sure they are quality.

      Hope this helped.
      You can do all that and a lot more in 15 mins !

      I have a tool that does most of the hard graft for you.

      It works on the principle of "Crowd Sourcing". Each user does a bit of the jigsaw, and since the "Crowd" are doing the work, they get to share the results.

      Which at this level is free. You can pay extra for more information if you want it, but I find the "Crowd Source" level gives me 90% of the picture I need.

      Firstly it removes all the "fake refreshes" and secondly eliminate all the "Fake PR", that's like 50 man days work in 15 minutes.

      What I get left with is a list of "Crowd Sourced" domains that I can search through using the various filters provided.

      On a typical day I will get around 300/400 results that are +PR2 and usually include several PR4 & PR5.

      The PR2 and PR3 can usually be got for under $20, whilst PR4 & PR5 can reach over $500, but here's the rub ... I have bought a PR5 for only $17 and that's what I call finding the gold in the dross.

      You can get the "Crowd Sourced" version here : KickAssBots.com › Registration Form
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  • Profile picture of the author WebDomain
    All it's methods good and you can buy high PR domains, only can say that for $5-10 you don't buy PR4 or PR5 or buy but fake or without backlinks or it's will be big luck and one time in year and you lost many time.

    I can offer any who want buy PR domains and lost minimum time use my list of PR domains.

    I always have good list of PR domains from 2 up to 7, i have drop and nondrop domains, but mainly work with drop.

    At this time in my list about 150 drop domains (PR2-10, PR3-50, PR4-50, PR5-35, PR6-5, PR7-2) and about 30 nondrop domains (PR2-2, PR3-7, PR4-14, PR5-7, PR6-2).

    My list regular updated, as rule every 10 days. At month i receive about 100+ new domains

    For last 4 month i sale about 500 domains.

    All deals i doing through safe service - escrow.com

    So if you want good private seller of PR domains - then welcome.

    All my contacts at my domain - WebDomain.biz or you can send me PM with your email and i send list.
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    • Profile picture of the author ALWOLSTEN
      and all these are for sale for $5-$10 a piece?
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    • Profile picture of the author TheNomadicFamily
      Hi,
      my name is Kobi and I an new to this forum. I had got here since I have been looking to purchase a REAL travel related domain name with PR 4 to 6. I have been looking for few days but most of the info that people put about the their domains was not correct or the domains was dropped. I read in some article to say away from dropped domains. anyhow, if you guide me what can i do or where can i buy a good domain with PR and keep it after the next google update. appreciate your help
      Kobi
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  • Profile picture of the author aussienet12
    Ok, i will try contact you on Skype to see if you can help me.
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    Why would one by a high PR domain? Well I mean in my business for SEO?
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  • Profile picture of the author skywalkerph
    i am mostly buying high PR domains to webmasters forum like digitalpoint forum which I found contact which send me an email list of high PR domains.
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    Textlinkads.com is the best place where you can buy the links
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