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Need advice on purchasing a quality IT site/domain

     
2:47 pm on Sep 25, 2008 (gmt 0)

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Hello Guys,

I need some advice on how and where to buy an aged domain (or a site) with good reputation, which has some PR3-5, and quality links pointing to it?

I've checked what webmasters on DPforum offer, but most of them are of really low quality, I spent much time and couldn't find anything suitabe..

Do you Guys have some ideas where to look for a good site/domain within my budget (500 usd)?

Thanks in advance!

2:54 pm on Sept 25, 2008 (gmt 0)

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500 might be a bit low for all you're looking for.
3:12 pm on Sept 25, 2008 (gmt 0)

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Probably it's not too much, but I don't need a web portal with lots of pages and a sophisticated CMS. I'm talking about a plane html site with 5-10 pages indexed by G with some PR on.

I need this site to support my link compaign.

So where do you think I can find what I need?

12:02 am on Oct 14, 2008 (gmt 0)

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Just Google buy used domain names or something like that.

BTW, if you are doing this for your link campaign, you would want to be sure to buy a domain name that is keyword related to your site. Google is beginning to crack down on things like that so you could end up hurting yourself more than helping.

Zeek

6:26 am on Oct 14, 2008 (gmt 0)

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Thank you zeekstern, I'm absolutely agree with you.

I've already purchased a 1 year old domain with PR3 - Tech related. It was an expired one.

By the way, when you are buying an expired domain, you can check it's relevancy in Webarchive (http://web.archive.org/)- it showes how a page looked like in the past. So you can see the content a page had before expiring.

I don't really know how my new Tech site will behave, but I hope Google will like it ;)

 

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