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Selling Valid PR6 .COM

Discussion in 'Domains' started by alexts, Jan 11, 2013.

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    alexts, Jan 11, 2013 IP
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    tbtb Well-Known Member

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    #2
    Fake PR Domain.
    PR6 domain should have high PR backlinks ! this domain has NONE !
    Therefore nothing stands behind the number 6 and its not even worth reg-fee.
     
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    alexts Well-Known Member

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    #3
    alexts, Jan 11, 2013 IP
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    tbtb Well-Known Member

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    Well, Criminals today have learned how to pass those stupid "Fake PR tools" which basically check if there is an active redirection on the domain by running the Google search query "info:domain.com" and checking if the result is equal to "domain.com" or "www.domain.com".
    So we need to use other methods to figure our whether the domain is fake or not.

    The easiest way is to check the backlinks ! when coming across a PR(X) domain you should expect it to have at least PR(X) backlinks, and PR(X+) backlinks if you really want to be sure.
    The backlinks has to be natural-authentic, and not artificial-spammy ones that their only purpose is to 'squeeze' PR.

    Other methods are checking the domain at Archive.org wayback machine OR screenshots.com, but thes is a very low chance to figure that the PR is fake by using these methods.

     
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    alexts Well-Known Member

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    I am not implying that you are wrong, but I have seen my new domains achieve PR3 based on the good content alone.
    No backlinking was done at all and all reputable paid tools (like majesticseo.com and seomoz.com....) were showing absolutely 0 backlinks. What I am trying to say is that nobody really understands/knows how Google calculates the PR and no tools can detect all backlinks that domain has.
     
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    tbtb Well-Known Member

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    PR is 95% backlinks and even 100% when the domain has no proper website on it.
    When it comes to high PR (PR4,5,6...) its absolutely a must to have higher PR natural backlinks.
     
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    alexts Well-Known Member

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    Like many of the domains that you list on DP, I believe my asking price for this PR6 domain reflects the fact that tools do not detect any backlinks to it.
     
    alexts, Jan 11, 2013 IP
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    GuestBloggingAcademy Banned

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    I agree it's fake PR
     
    GuestBloggingAcademy, Jan 11, 2013 IP