How Much is a Good PR4 Domain Worth These Days?

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I haven't bought an expired domain for a while now, so I'm a bit out of the loop. I know that PR isn't as relevant, but a PR4 with:

PA: 40
DA: 32
A couple of PR4 links with 25 OBLs
A couple of PR3 links with 20 OBLs
5 PR2 links with 20 OBLs
5 PR1 links with 15 OBLs

Links look as if they aren't going anywhere anytime soon. No PR for inner pages, just the homepage.

How much would you pay?
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  • Profile picture of the author clarkfaint
    I wouldn't be surprised if you could get at least $200 for it.
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  • Profile picture of the author dreamtoreality
    I'm actually looking to buy, not sell.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    Giving you a rough estimate it's going to be between $200 to $350.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
    Originally Posted by dreamtoreality View Post

    I haven't bought an expired domain for a while now, so I'm a bit out of the loop. I know that PR isn't as relevant, but a PR4 with:

    PA: 40
    DA: 32
    A couple of PR4 links with 25 OBLs
    A couple of PR3 links with 20 OBLs
    5 PR2 links with 20 OBLs
    5 PR1 links with 15 OBLs
    Only two Pr4 links? Most likely not a PR4 in reality but a PR3. It gets progressively harder as you move up in PR so just two PR4 links seldom gets a PR4 unless those PR4 pages are close to being PR5s.

    Now on godaddy who knows what this will go for but I wouldn't crack $80 on it (which it would not go for because people are still impressed by pagerank) if I were even interested. Its quite likely lost links and if it loses one more PR4 its a weak Pr3 or worse.

    Of course all of this assumes that toolbar pagerank can even be trusted on the links which is far from the case.
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  • Profile picture of the author nik0
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    Looks like a somewhat weak PR4 domain indeed.

    For a dropped PR4 I pay around $80

    Non dropped prices start at $160, the non dropped ones often have better link profiles, not sure why that is but it kind of justifies the higher price.

    If you can get it for $60-70 it's not a bad deal.
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  • Profile picture of the author tightline
    People are still buying PR? PR is dead IMO...

    Focus on high quality content and web 2.0 links.
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    • Profile picture of the author GGpaul
      Originally Posted by tightline View Post

      People are still buying PR? PR is dead IMO...

      Focus on high quality content and web 2.0 links.
      Damn web 2.0 is still "poppin"?
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Originally Posted by GGpaul View Post

        Damn web 2.0 is still "poppin"?
        If by poppin you mean crappy, yes it's still poppin.
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        • Profile picture of the author GGpaul
          Originally Posted by yukon View Post

          If by poppin you mean crappy, yes it's still poppin.
          I think that's what I meant. Not too sure
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by nik0 View Post

      Non dropped prices start at $160, the non dropped ones often have better link profiles, not sure why that is but it kind of justifies the higher price.

      If you can get it for $60-70 it's not a bad deal.

      Unless there are extra unreported links I would eat my hat if that is not really a PR3. As for dropped domains your broker will only present to you the better domains. There are in fact ton loads of weak PR4s that go through auctions and don't drop with similar weak link profiles. So its not really related to the drops but to how the market bids.

      Funny I just picked up a dropped domain with 5 or 6 Pr4 links some Pr3s and a heap of PR2s. its taken a TON load of work and time to semi-automate a system to find em but for that I paid registration fees and its still very much indexed. Then number one thing determining price right now is whether the domain slips the notice of domain bidders.

      Originally Posted by tightline View Post

      People are still buying PR? PR is dead IMO...

      Focus on high quality content and web 2.0 links.
      And what are the Web 2.Os supposed to provide? Web 2.0 juice? Googles new metric?
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      • Profile picture of the author nik0
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        Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

        Unless there are extra unreported links I would eat my hat if that is not really a PR3. As for dropped domains your broker will only present to you the better domains. There are in fact ton loads of weak PR4s that go through auctions and don't drop with similar weak link profiles. So its not really related to the drops but to how the market bids.

        Funny I just picked up a dropped domain with 5 or 6 Pr4 links some Pr3s and a heap of PR2s. its taken a TON load of work and time to semi-automate a system to find em but for that I paid registration fees and its still very much indexed. Then number one thing determining price right now is whether the domain slips the notice of domain bidders.
        Probably but $60-70 for such PR3 is not a terrible price, it would be pretty solid for a PR3 don't you think so?

        Yes it does take a ton load of work, that's why I'm glad to pay my broker a little extra to take most of the work out of my hands. I think I would have almost a full time job for months when I started my network or when I got into a huge expansion drift.

        I think the domain ending time plays a fairly large role, lately I sold some domains at GoDaddy and I had about 30% of domains that no one actually bid on, talking about PR2's and PR3's here, I can understand the PR3's but was a bit clueless why no one bid on the PR3's.

        Heck even a PR4 went unbid on and in the 2nd listing I sold it for $90,-, not bad as I bought it for $70 back then.

        The fact that some domains go unbid shows that there are probably quite a few bargains out there.

        However you can set the minimum price for domains and I haven't figured that out yet.

        Let's say I want at least $40 for a certain PR3 domain, that means people have to bid at least $40 right? Maybe that's stopping them from bidding in fear that the bidding go's up?

        You ever sell domains yourself? If so do you set a minimum price?
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        • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
          Originally Posted by nik0 View Post

          Probably but $60-70 for such PR3 is not a terrible price, it would be pretty solid for a PR3 don't you think so?

          Yeah I could roll with that but not PR4 with PR 4 prices because I don't think that is a PR4.
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          • Profile picture of the author dreamtoreality
            Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

            Yeah I could roll with that but not PR4 with PR 4 prices because I don't think that is a PR4.
            I'm not planning on buying the domain, especially at the price its on sale for, so I can tell you it's davidfreedforag.com
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            • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
              unless its already exposed you should not be exposing the domain.

              Frankly thats what I don't understand about some domain brokers. The fact that they expose the network in order to sell it makes the domain less valuable. Some just put the domain list right out there which is just crazy.
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              • Profile picture of the author dreamtoreality
                Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

                unless its already exposed you should not be exposing the domain.

                Frankly thats what I don't understand about some domain brokers. The fact that they expose the network in order to sell it makes the domain less valuable. Some just put the domain list right out there which is just crazy.
                It's already exposed. There's a whole list of domains for sale (Buy it Now price) on the site, which is why I thought it would be okay.
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                • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
                  Originally Posted by dreamtoreality View Post

                  It's already exposed. There's a whole list of domains for sale (Buy it Now price) on the site, which is why I thought it would be okay.

                  I figured. Silly practice. Anyway make sure to check the nofollow attributes. A few of the PR3 links I saw were nofollow.
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                  • Profile picture of the author greenharbor
                    I would go for a minimum of $120
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  • Profile picture of the author dreamtoreality
    Guess I better keep on looking for a decent one. It seems overpriced judging by the responses here.
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  • Profile picture of the author sanusense
    Depends on the bid Actually you can get them in between $190 or $250. And please take a look on Godaddy auctions before investing who knows you can get them in a low price !!!
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  • Profile picture of the author tbtb123
    Its all about the backlinks quality and diversity (especially of the high PR backlinks)
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  • Profile picture of the author patco
    With those backlinks this website will hardly still have PR4 after the next PR update (eventually if there will be any PR update soon!)... To get a PR4, you should have a few more at least PR5 backlinks... and it's better if they don't have many OBL's!
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