I decided to create this thread as a result of seeing how my competitors, or whatever i don't even call them competitors, how other people that sell high pr links act in this forum.
For some reason, they think they can go in other people's threads and destroy them using false accusations just so that they get all the clients. Competition sucks huh??? There was a time when there were not so many high pr links sellers but, now this is a fashion......and everybody forgot about manners and integrity, everybody trying to get their bread with one or two clients extra that they would get if that competition wasn't there.
I am not bothered sincerely as selling high pr links was never one of my main income sources, what bothers me is how a person thinks that creating a new account and posting some bull...t on other peoples threads is going to help them.
So that is why i decided to let everyone know how you too can start your own PR business in maximum a week and start making money out of it. now others might even sell this as a special offer.....but hey...this is not magic knowledge or some highly intelligent thing ......so why not let everybody know how to do it? In case you didn't know already. I for sure would love to see more people selling this links, and not all the money going to just a few...
1. This is not some magic business that comes out with spending just 1$ or something.
2. Is not going to make you a millionaire, but it can bring you a decent amount of money, enough to give you a good wage.
The way i created this business is most likely the same way almost everybody did it........and i myself have right now around 150 clients bringing me around 6000$. Like i said not life changing......
Number 1: You need a registercompas account. This site is great and it basically gives you all the information you need regarding the high pr domains. Is not that cheap though. Is around 40$ or so a month, i'm not sure. Anyway without it, buying domains would be 100000 times harder. you can sign up here for an account: Search for Domains with Pagerank at Registercompass i do not have any connection with this site, nor do i try to promote it in any way).
Number 2: After you signed up you go in "Domain Search" and start searching for high pr domains. Now it depends on the type of pr sites you wish to add to your network. Almost everybody on warrior forum sells pr 3 and pr 4 sites. And almost everybody sells around 20 high pr links.
Let's just say you want to buy 20 pr 3 and pr 4 sites. In "domain search" you search first for pr 3 sites. you have 3 options regarding the auction registrar. Godaddy, Namejet or Snapnames. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages.
With Namejet and Snapnames the minimum bid for a domain in auction is 69$ i think. But they give you the domains next day after you win them whereby with godaddy sometimes if your lucky you can get pr3 and 4 for less then 69$ but it takes like 8 days or so for the domain to get active in your account.
Most of the times you can get decent pr 3 and pr 4 sites for only 69$ considering noone else will bid on that domains, which is very possible, as there are not so many people bidding there compared with Godaddy. I myself can tell you from my own experience i never paid more then 100$ on a pr 3 or 4 using namejet or snapnames.
When i say decent pr 3,4 i mean a domain that has a DA of at least 20 and a PA of at least 30. to be honest recently i only purchased domains that have DA over 30 and PA over 40. All this metrics are viewable in registercompas. But to be sure a domain it is what it sais it is there are certain steps you need to take in order to ensure yourself you will not get scammed.
1: check each domain with a pr checker such as Check Page Rank! | Check Google Page Rank!. This site usually lets you know if the PR is valid or fake. But to be even more sure after you checked the pr with them you can also go on google and input the following terms: info:domainname.com If the result that shows is the domain you searched about then the pr is real, if another site address appears means the pr is fake.
2. put the domain into opensiteexplorer.com
you use open site explorer to ensure that the domain has a good DA and PA. Sometimes when you input just domainname.com it might just give you a high DA but a PA of 1. This might be because that domain has more links on the www. version of it. so in cases like this you add www. at the start of your domain name and see what the results are then. If the PA increases to over 30 or whatever standards you have then is still a good domain to purchase.
3. You check your domain with MajesticSEO. I usually do this to double check the citation flow and trust flow and also to see how many referring domains my root domain has.
I usually never buy domains that have a trust flow lower then 10. Also when you check the referring domains make sure they are quite a few. As sometimes there are domains with 50000 external links or something huge but only 5 or 10 or something really small in referring domains. Let's say i would never purchase a domain that has less then 30 referring domains. I usually aim toward having only domains that have at least 100 referring domains as having 100 is the minimum amount for having a "moderate" pr domain. Less then 100 means your high pr domain is a weak one.
It all depends on the quality you want to offer clients, and i must say many people on this forum offer weak pr domains, as i bought myself in the past a few services and they were not high quality.....and it still made them money, probably it still does.
The terms "external backlinks" and "referring domains" can be found in Majestic SEO when you input your domainname.com in the search box.
I also like to check the links of the domain in Majestic SEO. I usually check if the links were built over a decent period of time or all in 1 day or so, as spam sites sometimes have all their links built in 2,3 days.
4. Make sure the site your are about to bid on is indexed in Google. you would not want to buy a site is not indexed. To check for this you go in Google and in the search field you input the following terms: site:domainame.com
In the results it should appear at least the homepage address of your site. If nothing appears, means that site is not indexed and you do not want to bid on it!!
this are the basic things you need to check in order to make sure the domain is worth bidding on. There are a few some more advanced things, but not worth mentioning.
Number 3: When you found a decent domain you go bid on them. In Godaddy there are tons of pr 3 and pr 4. Some sell more expensive then others but there are plenty you can get cheap. When you like a domain, you can just input the max amount you would pay for it, let's say max 100$. It does not mean you will pay 100$. That means that is your max bid, so that you don't have to always look if somebody bid more then you. Same with Namejet or Snapnames. you just input 69$ their minimum and sometimes you will be surprised to see you are the only bidder. If other people bid on that domain do not panic. The domain will enter a 3 day auction, but the prices will not go too high. You can still purchase them with around 100$.
Of course if you wish to buy pr 5 and 6es prices can go quite high sometimes, but i'm sure there are a few hidden treasures and from time to time you can get a good deal on a pr 5 or 6 too.
As a conclusion in order to start a high pr network of pr 3 and pr 4 sites composed of 20 sites you would need around 1400$. Now that of course might not be cheap for many people, but is not that high eighter.
If you charge 40$ per month for renting 20 links means 1400$ per month, considering you take 35 clients per 1 network of 20 sites. Is not that bad i would say. you invest a one time fee and get paid that same fee every month after without investing anything else.
And all this can be scaled. You can buy as many networks as you want. There are people i know of having up to 10 networks making 14000 a month.
After you bought all your 20 sites( first network) you will need hosting for all your sites. now hosting opinions are multiple. Some people say getting SEO hosting is not a good idea anymore as Google goes after this networks. After the Google update i say that is total nonsense. Both sites being hosted in normal shared accounts or sites being hosted on seo hosting got affected in the same exact way.
To be honest i prefer SEO hosting as is more easy to setup plus you get for sure different C Class ips. I personally use seohost.com. They have a very good customer support and after you buy whatever package you need, you just send them a ticket with your domain list, and you tell them to allocate unique ips and unique nameservers to each of your domains. I don't even bother allocating unique ips myself. just let them do all.
I use their shared hosting and for 20 C Class ips you pay 40$ a month.
After you have the hosting in place you will need to start a thread on Warriroforum to promote your new business. There are many talented people who offer thread designs on warrior. I used a guy named Des Lau. Many people used his services and he seems pretty good at what he does.
You create a nice thread design, you add it in warrior forum - warriors for hire and you are ready to receive your customers. In order to receive a decent flow of people from the start you should bump your thread each times it passes to second page as this way you will always be in the view.
Logically you should offer for each link unique hand written articles. I use iwriter.com for articles and get the 150 words articles. Is 25$ total for 20 articles. Many articles will be longer then 150 words going up to 300. you just need to review each article in part and make sure you accept only good quality ones.
I charge 64$ for my package of 20 links. Meaning i get 39 and 25$ i pay for articles.
Regarding the site.......you should not build a site right way as is not needed. Why spend more when it does not make any difference. I had a site, i wanted to get to be all professional and all but i do not think it helped my sales in any way. you can use Online Form Builder with Cloud Storage Database | Wufoo. Is an online form builder. So many people selling on warrior and not only are using them. They are not expensive and creating a form is really easy. I will not enter in more details about this as if you go check a few services out there you can figure out on your own what information you need on your wufoo form.
When you create the sites, where you will add your clients articles make sure you use multiple CMS platforms such as wordpress, joomla, drupal and b2evolution.
When you add the CMS platforms and create the sites make sure you keep into account what variant of the sites is the one that has both high DA and PA according to opensiteexplorer. for example if you imputed domainname.com on opensiteexplorer and it gave you DA 25 and PA 1, and then you also checked the w w w.domainname.com version and that one gave you DA 25 and PA 40 then when you create the site you will need to create it with the www. in the url otherwise your future homepage address will have DA 25 and PA of 1.
Is very easy to do that from the cpanel of your domains.
I don't know what else to tell you for now, but if you have any questions i am happy to give you advises.