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Advanced High Page Rank Domain Strategies


In my last post, I talked about the best SEO strategy of 2013.

I explained how authority site building with high PR backlinks combined with content publication and syndication results in mass authority, rapid rankings and total niche domination.

Fairly simple stuff. The more content you publish, the more authority you build over time.

Here’s the deal with content syndication though. If you wants FAST results, if you want your content to rank extremely quickly; your site has to have existing authority.

If you want to rank FAST for medium to very tough competition phrases, you need real site authority. To obtain that authority, you can wait a long ass time. You start building natural authority immediately, after 1-2 years you have a lot more authority, after 5 years you have a TON of authority.

Time does equate to authority as long as you are publishing content and building links over that time. In fact, if you’ve got a new website, it’s sometimes better to publish a few pages and then wait. Just wait for a month or two, leave it to sit and mature. You’d be surprised at how much authority you build over a month or two with a few backlinks or none at all.

So, publishing content + building links to content = authority over time.

But if you want INSTANT authority, you have to get backlinks from other authorities in your niche. So if you’re in the men’s dating niche, a few backlinks from askmen.com would sky-rocket your authority.

As that’s one of the biggest mens dating sites in the niche. The problem is getting links from those kind of sites is tough or extremely expensive.

Now Google’s other real measure of authority is Page Rank. The higher the PR the more authoritative the page/site must be. So, by purchasing HIGH PR domains and setting them up with a link to yours; it just looks like these super powerful websites are linking to you.

With just 5-10 of these high PR (PR5+) domains, your authority will shoot a long way. So all this straetgy is, is buying expired high PR domains and re-positioning them as backlinks. Over this post I’ll talk about these domains and how to re-position them as your own high PR private backlinks with 3 different techniques.

Most of the time they are domains that people simply forget to re-new or don’t want anymore – not knowing of the page rank value they let them expire. So you can often snap them up at low prices in auction.


When buying a high PR domain, you have to run checks to make sure they are real. People fake high Page Rank by linking a PR6 domain to a newly registered PR0 domain making it high PR – then once sold they re-direct their PR6 backlink to another domain rendering the previous one useless.

The best high PR domains are PR5 or over. If you can’t afford to build a network of PR5′s, you can start by buying a few PR2’a, 3’s and 4’s. You’ll find 2’s and 3’s for $30-$75. PR4’s for $70-$150 and PR5’s for $150-$350. Never buy high PR domains that have less than 50 backlinks, that’s my first filter that weeds out a lot of the fake domains.

The best way to check if the PR is real is to analyse the domain’s link profile and see the Page Rank of the domain’s backlinks.

Use MajestSEO.com or RavenTools.com

So if a domain has 100 PR0 backlinks, but says PR4 – it’s obviously bullshit. You want to look for diverse backlink profiles that are going to stick, not link profiles full of blog comments or other crappy links that can be taken down therefore destroying the PR.

The link profile of the domain should justify its Page Rank. A domain with 1000 backlinks is good, 5000 great, 10,000 fantastic, 50,000+ amazing. Look for backlinks from authority sources, links from real articles and websites with real PR. When you find a high PR domain with a link profile that justifies its Page Rank – it’s time for the next few checks.

Next run the domain through:

  • whois.domaintools.com
  • http://www.checkpagerank.net

Check Page Rank isn’t always accurate. With Whois, you want to check if the domain has any drops or not, avoid domains with any drops. When you find a good domain with a real link profile, you have to make the purchase and set it up on SEO hosting.

You can find expired PR domains for fixed prices, but you get the best deals on Godaddy Auctions. Which means you’ll have to bid for each domain with other bidders, highest bid wins the domain. Stick to the price guidelines above.

Every high PR domain of yours should have its own IP address, private registration and hosting. SEO Hosting is CRUCIAL. Without it this doesn’t work. A lot of blog networks got shut down because they left obvious footprints including hosting multiple sites on the same IP’s.

I use SEOhost. SEOhost allow you to purchase hosting plans based on the number of domains you want. Each domain will have its own IP address and name servers. With a domain bought and hosted; you should install WordPress or another site builder/blogging platform. WordPress is fine.

It’s very important that you use a variety of themes and designs for your high PR domains – you want to leave as little footprint as possible. With WP installed and a theme setup, you have a few options.

1. Setup Domain As Old Site

2. Setup Domain As Relevant Site

3. Setup Domain For Blog Network

===>>> Click Here To Go To Part Two

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Should I link only from domain main page only or sponsored link can come from all pages?


If I buy website with drops, how that can influence PR later? What about changing the theme of the site from one to another? Doesn't that influence PR? What if I'm lucky to find expired domain in my niche?


 @JanisKisis Avoid domains with drops, they tend to lose PR. Changing theme doesn't matter. If you can find high PR's in your niche, that's even better; but not necessary. You can buy expired high PR's in any niche, just change the title tags etc to make it relevant to your niche. You can include the old site title on the new site to make it seem more legitimate. But ultimately Google will not manually review your 10-50 site network - even if they do you probably won't be penalized anyway.

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