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Building Private Blog Network - Suppliers?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by itsjinx, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. itsjinx

    itsjinx Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have seen a post or two in the past about people on BHW who will setup/create personal networks for a cost. I did a ton of searching and couldn't find it, so if anyone knows someone or a company that will create personal networks please let me know!
     
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    I do on very rare occasions, but my minimum network I'll design is high $x,xxx.

    If interested feel free to PM.
     
  3. b1step-ahead

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    this really depends on your budget. At the very least, you can use a blog management software, the one i use is a little over $100 a month, plus hosting, you can find deals for a about $25 a month and have about 30 blogs on different ip's,, the cost of each domain, i prefer old aged domains so there is a premium for that. And, just factor in the time to grow them and take care of them. If I was to set up the following for you, the way I would wan't them, for about 30 blogs your prob looking at about 3.5k... each domain would have a nice theme and look great like a real website. But i dont sell them or supply them, just offering a opinion based on personal experience, bottom line its cheaper to make ur own, it will take time.
     
  4. itsjinx

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    what blog management software do you use/recommend? also, which hosting provider allows multiple IP's for a hosting account?

     
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    I'm successfully using AMR to post to mine. It's handling 80ish blogs just fine now. The scheduler works well and runs for weeks without crashing.

    As the posts above have stated , it's not a small undertaking, and not cheap either.

    I started with about 30 sites and add one or two a week, so it's constantly growing. By doing it this way I know everything is being done well and the right way.
    I have some SEO hosting, but usually just google "cheap CP hosting" or something similar and choose something different everytime.
     
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    How many sites (and PR breakdown) will be on the network for a $x,xxx?
     
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    I can build this for you. My private network is only 40 sites, but they have nice PR. I will PM you the details. If anyone else is interested PM me.
     
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    May be you should share your recommends for this private network. Give you some ideas: New domains or old, with PR or not. Niche network or general. What CMS - WordPress, Drupall, etc. How many site? - 10, 20, 30, etc. For small network (<30) i can help too, but only if you agree to use different hosting providers, not SEO hosting.
     
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    Sent you a PM
    with price and other details

    Thanks
     
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    PM sent.
     
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    If you're interested in starting your own, check out http://xmarkpro.com/

    Contact me with any questions you have.
     
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    I am a buyer. If you had something to sell PM me.
     
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    If you're setting up your own network then you may as well go the whole hog. So, different CMSes etc etc.

    However, we do offer a cheaper option. We do peer to peer network, so if you think of how many different forms a blog network can come in these are the options:



    1. Private blog network (only you use it)
    2. Private blog network, peer-to-peer (only you and people you know and trust use it)
    3. Semi Private network (There is moderation, and not everyone can get in)
    4. Public network (with moderation)
    5. Public network (where anyone with money can get in)

    We do the first 4 options, all for one membership price (discount BST link in my sig).

    For example, if you buy 3 PR 2 for $12 each, and get 3 small hosting account ($4 each per month), and use our system then it costs you $59 per month with $36 start up costs and you can be in a Type 2 PR2+(peer-to-peer) network that is safe, and has IP/theme variation and content moderation. And you can build links on dozens of PR2+ sites. :cool:

    Then what you can do is get some cheap domains (even free domain, or old ones you have laying around), and join different networks, for different niche. These sites would fit on your existing hosting.

    So now, you're in 4 networks, with access to hundreds of blogs and IPs... for a $20 one off price, since you're already an SEO Fight Back member.

    THEN...

    You start a new affiliate site project, it's in a different niche, so you need a different network, it doesn't cost you any more money except for one domain you enter into our system for this new network. This network has 50 sites in it (just an example), so you get 50 contextual wordpress links to the new project and it ranks quickly and easily. YAY! You didn't need to build a whole new network to get niche specific links from niche specific links!

    BUT

    You lay awake at night because you know you used a "blog network" to rank, if it gets caught out and dies then all your sites will get MURDERED by Google.

    BUT!!!

    You remember that you used SEO Fight Back, and all the networks are separate, so even IF Google destroys one of them, all your other sites will be OK, and you won't lose all your revenue in one day, like what happened to so many people using the other blog networks. And even if a network does die, you can remove all your links from the deindexed sites with one button click, so you don't get penalties... which is what happened to all the customers of the other blog networks... and it will happen to all the customers of the type 4 and type 5 blog networks in the future.

    But it won't happen to us.
     
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