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  1. domainseller200 United Kingdom

    domainseller200 Well-Known Member

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    If you buy a pr6 domain and you only have the pr6 rank on the home page, is there anyway to determine the other pages which were on the original site ? therefore creating "new" pages with the same name, to keep the PR's intact on the other pages ?

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    paul Well-Known Member

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    You could try site:www.acorndomains.co.uk in Google the look at the cashe of any pages still left there. (obviously change the name to your own site)

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    You could try archive.org to see if the site is listed there
     
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    domainseller200 Well-Known Member

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    hi paul

    Thanks I have tried both of them with no results grrr ! I am losing out on other PR links as I don't know the names of the rest of the files :confused:
     
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    If you host the site yourself look at stats to see where the traffic is coming from. Visit sites referring traffic to you and see what pages they link to.

    I've done this before and not only found pages but sub domains also I wasn't aware of that would be difficult any other way to find.

    Obviously you can't do this if the domain is parked as you won't have the stats.

    Dave
     
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    if its not listed in archive.org then there may not be any pages of value for pr purposes.
     
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    Have you tried msn and yahoo?

    I tried acorndomains.co.uk on msn and there are no pages listed very strange, did you know that admin?
     
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