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    How much is a PR10 site worth?

    Out of interest are high end PR10 sites worth much?

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    IMO PR has no value, The site does. But I'm sure if a site has a PR of 10 tells me it is traffic worthy in which brings value.
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    MySpace.com is PR7 and sold for $500m. Chances are if a site is PR10 it's worth big bucks.

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    MySpace also had millions of members.

    It depends what type of site it is, do you have any more details, zenaps?

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    True, but the chances of having a PR10 site with no members or content is pretty slim. Offhand the only two PR10s I can think of are phpBB and Google.

    Edit: phpBB is back to a 9..

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    so out of interest, what would stop you forwarding a domain name to a site which did have a high PR rating, and over time get its rating up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanX
    True, but the chances of having a PR10 site with no members or content is pretty slim. Offhand the only two PR10s I can think of are phpBB and Google.

    Edit: phpBB is back to a 9..
    There are more than 6 pr 10's - someone posted a list here, in the thread of the "Pr10 link for sale" guess that thread was pulled.

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    How does a site get a PR10?

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    http://www.suchmaschinen-optimierung.../pagerank.html
    No. Title PR Backlinks URL

    1 Google 10 325000000 http://www.google.com/
    2 Statcounter 10 60900000 http://www.statcounter.com/
    3 Adobe Reader - Download 10 31800000 http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
    4 The New York Times 10 19400000 http://www.nytimes.com/
    5 Adobe Systems Incorporated 10 9660000 http://www.adobe.com/
    6 U.S. Government's Official Web Portal 10 8470000 http://www.firstgov.gov/
    7 Apple 10 7710000 http://www.apple.com/
    8 Apple - QuickTime - Download 10 6630000 http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
    9 Real.com 10 6390000 http://www.real.com/
    10 World Wide Web Consortium 10 5440000 http://www.w3.org/
    11 NASA 10 5040000 http://www.nasa.gov/
    12 Macromedia 10 3380000 http://www.macromedia.com/
    13 Apple - QuickTime 10 2330000 http://www.apple.com/quicktime/
    14 National Science Foundation (NSF) 10 1580000 http://www.nsf.gov/
    15 Energy.gov 10 1450000 http://www.energy.gov/
    16 Apple .Mac 10 1260000 http://www.mac.com/
    17 Apple Store 10 1070000 http://www.apple.com/retail/
    18 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 10 958000 http://web.mit.edu/
    19 Harvard University 10 945000 http://www.harvard.edu/
    20 The Web Standards Project 10 710000 http://www.webstandards.org/
    21 Keio University 10 265000 http://www.keio.ac.jp/
    22 MIT Laboratory for Computer Science 10 258000 http://www.lcs.mit.edu/

    So to get PR10 you would need AT LEAST ~258000 (google) backlinks. Theres more to that from what I read though. Not any backlink will work or help your PR, you have to take content of linking site into consideration to your content. This is just what I have read elsewhere and I reserve the right to be wrong
    Last edited by rileez; 11-05-2005 at 05:47 PM.
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    It's funny how often people put a link to Google on their site for no real reason. Either way, 325m links to one site is impressive.

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    I think now it's blogger at the first place:

    1 Blogger 10 53675841 http://www.blogger.com/



    Over 5m backlinks! Oh my!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by localpub
    I think now it's blogger at the first place:

    1 Blogger 10 53675841 http://www.blogger.com/



    Over 5m backlinks! Oh my!!!
    You mean over 53 mil backlinks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidL
    You mean over 53 mil backlinks.
    Thanks, DavidL!

    Oh yeah! Must be lost in those numbers...

    53 MILLION!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidL
    IMO PR has no value, The site does. But I'm sure if a site has a PR of 10 tells me it is traffic worthy in which brings value.
    From what I've heard, the Google resets the PR when the owner information changes so... at that point it's the content and popularity of the site that's important.

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    I don't think PR will reset if owner's contact has changed. What I have heard is the PR will reset after the domain is expired and registered again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cptcnj
    From what I've heard, the Google resets the PR when the owner information changes so... at that point it's the content and popularity of the site that's important.
    Not true from own experience. I have sold sites that has held thier PR.
    Example
    www.linuxboards.org PR4 when sold
    Currently PR4
    Domain Transfered with new ownership information updated.
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    Maybe anyone has link where i can get information about PRs? How many backlinks do i need to get PR5? PR6? PR7?
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    Quote Originally Posted by e-view
    Maybe anyone has link where i can get information about PRs? How many backlinks do i need to get PR5? PR6? PR7?
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    try snapcheck.com
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    dont worry about pr's. it's just a marketing trick to make people talk about google. soon you will see yahoo pr, msn pr, teoma pr etc (actually im surprised they haven't lanced something like that yet)

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-view
    Maybe anyone has link where i can get information about PRs? How many backlinks do i need to get PR5? PR6? PR7?
    Thanks
    There's (seemingly) no rhyme or reason to it. I added a new (undeveloped) site to my network of sites, and simply cross-linked to it from about 4 of my other well ranked sites. Within a few weeks, the new site had a PR6. And all it had in terms of "content" was a large jpg on the home page.

    Ironically, when I finally populated the site with actual content, it dropped to PR5.



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    wow amazing someone gets rich off a 10.00 domain name

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