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Building your own high PR blog network

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by zaldrak, Oct 1, 2010.

  1. zaldrak

    zaldrak Registered Member

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    Ok I heard that one of the most effective SEO techniques nowadays is to build your own network of high PR blogs, then updating them regularly with content that has contexual links pointing to your money sites.

    I want to try this method out, but buying aged domains with PR is costly and I want to make sure to do it right.

    So far what I've gathered on minimizing the chances of being caught and having your links discounted is the following:

    - Different IP addresses
    - Don't interlink them
    - Enable whoisguard
    - Don't use google analytics or anything google related

    Anything I'm missing?
     
  2. tap1on

    tap1on Junior Member

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    different c-class not just ip.<br />
    why not anything google related?<br />
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  3. Proteus

    Proteus Junior Member

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    I am looking at this as well.


    1. Different class C or even B networks on the IP address
    2. Different hosting agents so the name servers are different
    3. No Google analytics or a different unique analytics user for each of the domains.
    4. Whois guarded or more.
    5. Age domains which is hard to find.
    6. Unique on topic content
    7. Links from all the sites to your money site
    8. Links from one site to another, but without making a loop, so A to B B to C C to D and D to only the money site and authority sites.
    9. Inbound links to the network from everywhere.
    This is what Im thinking.
     
  4. seoswamy

    seoswamy Newbie

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    Use Link Roll concept to link them in every blog ..........
     
  5. torreswpb

    torreswpb Newbie

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    There are hosting providers that will provide multiple c class with choice of locations in US or Europe all controlled on the same account.

    All have different nameservers for each c class

    The one I found, that was referred to me be, is seo-host with your standard extension after the word host and keep the dash. ( can not post links yet )



    Good Luck
     
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  6. mookari54

    mookari54 Junior Member

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    Hmm... didn't know about whoisguard. Is that something that's above and beyond private registrations offered by most domain registrars?
     
  7. jiggsaw

    jiggsaw Regular Member

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    I have no idea but I always get whoisguard on my domains. I've just started getting some high PR domains myself. I'll be signing up with seo-host next week.
     
  8. castlewood

    castlewood Newbie

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    Using different places to register your domains will also be helpful to remove footprints.
     
  9. bizroot

    bizroot Supreme Member

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    I don't think search engine will dig your who.is unless they found several of your sites on same IP or in bad neighborhood... I don't know may be they doing but it's little over head. Even custom name server or different C class IP can be traced back... If you want go one step more and take different RDNS which will cover your footprints in better way. RDNS option will be little costly because it comes with dedicated IP plans.
     
  10. JackKing0ff

    JackKing0ff Registered Member

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    Pr domains...just my 2 cents