Buying PR5 from NO-NO-NO-NO-NO-NO-NO-

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Besides fake PR, what should I be looking out for to not get screwed?

I guess my biggest concern is that the domain is parked by NO-NO-NO-NO-NO-NO-NO-, and if I purchase it and put a blog up, the PR will disappear.

Is it just a gamble?
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  • Profile picture of the author Danny Woolard
    Anyone? auction closing soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Look at the links, why is it a PR5?
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Like Yukon said, you need to investigate the links. Not just that they exist, but I visit the sites of the best links to try to get an idea if they are the type of links that are permanent. A blog comment from 3 years ago... if it has stuck around this long, probably isn't going anywhere. A sidebar link on the other hand... that might be bought. Once the domain owner sells the site, he'll stop paying for the link.

    That is the kind of stuff you need to investigate.
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  • Profile picture of the author Danny Woolard
    Didnt find any great links, just a few scattered around some forums/blogs..They don't look like paid links that's for sure.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mantasmo
      Originally Posted by denutza View Post

      Didnt find any great links, just a few scattered around some forums/blogs..They don't look like paid links that's for sure.
      But do those links pass PR to the target domain? Always find out exactly where PR juice is coming from and then (as Mike already explained) try to "guess" whether those links are likely to stick or not.
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      • Profile picture of the author Suir1980
        Make sure the links will stick. If the links were posted from an article dating back from 2004 for example then you know those links will still be there after you buy it. There are a lot of other factors but if you're not using SEO SpyGlass, you're just throwing money away buying blind.
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  • Profile picture of the author Danny Woolard
    They clearly were paying for links on a site a found...But the home page is only PR1, and the others PR N/A or 0..link was dofollow on bottom of everypage.
    Can't imagine that weighed too much.
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  • Profile picture of the author ronnieavelino
    Originally Posted by denutza View Post

    Besides fake PR, what should I be looking out for to not get screwed?

    I guess my biggest concern is that the domain is parked by NO-NO-NO-NO-NO-NO-NO-, and if I purchase it and put a blog up, the PR will disappear.

    Is it just a gamble?
    Hi,

    I have been working for that for that sometimes. Here's my tips for you:

    • Check Pr if it's fake to multiple rank checkers
    • Check If it's banned by Adsense - you may used it for monetization soon.
    • Check the BACKLINKS - make sure that their is a backlinks that are the same with your domain and will likely stay
    • Check If it is banned by Google
    • Check if it is drop
    • Check the Age

    I hope you thank me for this valuable information
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