Free Online Tool to help Find High PR Expired Domains

Find high pr domains using this free online toolFor those of you who are looking for a free online tool to help you find high PR expired domains you can click here. If you are not entirely sure why this tool is useful read on and I will explain.

A bit of background

If you are keen to improve your website position in Google then a great place to start is to create authority for it. Typically this means creating buzz online about your site and brand. Google figures out this level of buzz by scoring back links to your site, mentions of your brand, and a host of other items. The scoring of back links is largely based around the authority that the sites that link to yours have. Now getting high authority back links is not straight forward and can be really costly (and extremely high risk). There is an alternative, create a series of sites related to your niche that already have authority and link those to your website. This can be achieved in 2 ways: buy entire sites, buy high authority domains. Now buying entire sites is great if you have the funding, but they can be really expensive. A cheaper route is to buy expired domains that have high authority.

What is a high authority expired domain?

Google measure the authority of a domain on a number of factors but the best indicators are Google Page Rank (scored 0-10) and 3rd party sools such as SEOMOZ page authority score (the higher the better). The hard part to finding these expired domains. If you can’t find what you’re looking for our free domain tool then I do recommend you read this post which includes many more tools you can try:  find high pr domains.

What do I do next?

Try out the free tool and see how many high PR domains are available for sale, there really are thousands available, even domains with PR6, PR7, and PR8 which have pretty much the highest page rank websites can achieve. is PR7!

Good luck and happy hunting!


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Readers Comments

  1. Nice blog post. A free tool I really like is… if you want something a bit more advanced though, with more searchable options and functionality then is worth a look – although it costs around fifty dollars a month so is better for users who buy domains regularly and need a professional solution.

  2. Great article – really handy tips for picking up expired domains – I find is nice alternative to the .net site with some cool features and a really nice interface for searching for domain names.

  3. Chris Roberts says:

    I found a pretty updated guide for finding expired domain names, only problem is you need tools like Ahrefs and scrapebox from what Ive seen.

    Here it is:

    It helped me a bit, maybe it will help some of you.

  4. Here is another service that does this for you: – Sure beats the hassle of finding them and spam checking them on your own.

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