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Building PNB with new domains

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mahamad3, Jun 19, 2014.

  1. mahamad3

    mahamad3 Regular Member

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    Hi

    If you are going to build a PBN with new domains to be in the safe side (In my opinion if all the PBN from old dropped domains it would be a foot print)

    So will you build back links to this new domains, or you will just write unique content ?

    If you will build back links for it, will you do it with automatic tools or manually by creating some free blogs with unique content as well (Wordpress, Blogger, Weebly.....) ?
     
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  2. IMons

    IMons Registered Member

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    actually building a pbn from new domains will be a most obvious footprint (the registration dates will all be very close if not the same)
     
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  3. ConsultJoseph

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    I assume you mean PBN (private blog network) and not PNB (Pacific Northwest Ballet)?

    If yes, I don't see how a few links would hurt the new domains just like any other PBN-builder. Putting up fresh content wouldn't get you backlinks, however, it helps with INDEXING your domain (since unique content will be picked up and thus make your domain indexed) but the few links would have helped with indexing as well.

    If you want a more conservative approach, I suggest you go with links which are safe for new domains: social bookmarks, article directories and web 2.0s links.
     
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  4. mahamad3

    mahamad3 Regular Member

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    Yes, but I don't register at same time, maybe some weeks or few months between.
     
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    mahamad3 Regular Member

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    Yes I meant PBN :D , I edited it in the body but can't amend the title

    Thanks for your answer : ))
     
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    Depends how big. 5, 10, 20... not so bad. 50, 100, 500... then maybe bad. Nobody here knows for sure.
     
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    I used to buy domain from auction and post only unique contents with my links
     
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  8. Numbuh362

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    your network should consist of multiple websites aged at least a few months, try to buy dropped domains with a good pr.
     
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  9. OldFatGuy

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    Seems to me you've sort of missed the main point of having a PBN. It's to get links from sites that already have some PR etc. If you're building your own from new domains, you've now increased your work load tremendously as you have to build back links to all of them in order to get them some PR etc. Whether your buying new domains yourself or buying expired ones, you still have to stagger the dates so they don't all look "new" which is why, when trying to get expired ones, it's good to buy some that haven't dropped yet thus you keep their original creation date.
     
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  10. mahamad3

    mahamad3 Regular Member

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    Got you

    Thanks for every one sharing experiences
     
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    You can.. do it.
    Instead of just buying new domain, you can buy expireddomain that had low PR , or PR 0. So at least they had different in aged and stuff.
    Then you buy Web 2.0 to blast for all of them.
    Slowly they will gain DA/PA. (You can also buy network link to your new domain)

    Then you had your own network that will grow in power, thru web 2.0 and other ppl network.
     
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    Mix it up! Build new, expired, web 2.0s. If you are in it for the long term it can only be upside. I think the key is consistency.
     
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    Not a good idea, its time taking and results not guaranteed, if we choose expired domain it has already backlinks history and can pass better link juice.
     
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    takes way too much time because of the aging process. You will not see any real results for 6 months if you take the slow approach and about the same time if you get sand boxed. Buy some expired domains or existing aged domains that are just sitting and do it that way. Will save you so much time in the long run.
     
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  16. SteveWaller

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    If this were Yahoo Answers and I could pick a best answer then this would get my vote ;)

    It makes absolutely no sense to me to make a PBN using brand new domains - sure you can get the relevancy benefit because you can choose the subject of the domains but they will pass almost zero juice initially and you'll never have time to build links to them all unless you are automating it. If you're going down the brand new route then use web 2.0s and drive tonnes of backlinks at them as this is far less likely to draw attention and/or see your domain banned.
     
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    Building Pbn with new domains wont be so strong i feel
     
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  18. mahamad3

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    Seems very natural