Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by shenski, Sep 18, 2016.
Can i make PBN with wordpress blogspot tumblr weebly etc or with new domains with no metrics??
Well technically you can but it would be a useless PBN. The whole point of a PBN is to pass link juice. New sites have very little authority and don't do any good for you money site
Sure you can, it won't be as good as expired domains tho.
you can but without metrics it wouldn't do much good. I mean if new sites could rank, people would be buying hundreds of them.
yea but dont expect immediate results even with aggressive backlinking to that web 2.0 pbn
I want have last questions..
my niche is gambling and if i find PA 32 tumblr accounts.. like 20 accounts.. is ok.. but they need be gambling niche or this is not problem.. any niches blog is ok?
anyone know this
Couldn't have said it better myself. When it comes to PBN, new means nothing.
Yes you can create with wordpress and other mentioned websites technically but a PBN on an expired domain would be better. A new domain with no metrics would not help to rank immediately in search engine and would not be of much use.
You can use but it'll not be good effective and it's not good for money site. The new domains will not have good metrics and authority.
Yeah I've often thought about this as well....unfortunately there isn't a way to get around the PBN setup costs. Otherwise you are just left with "new" web 2.0's that don't pass much link juice etc.
Expired web 2s will get you more headway than traditional PBNs, this is from my experience in owning a huge web 2 network and I am also a seller of links.
But if you are able to get some good clean Expired web 2s with a backlink profile, go for broke. The results are awesome
That's an interesting idea....any specific tools around to search for expired web 2.0's ??
I always buy expired domains, i use powershot to find them , use different WP templates and make sure you register on different domains and preferably with friends on their cc's and just pay them back if you want to be the safest
Yes, Scrapebox is awesome to harvest potential blogs and use operators "site:web2plateform.com" -- replace to the Web 2 site you want to harvest blogs from.
Use the alive checker on ScraperBox to check the potential blogs, then you have to do some manual work to check these domains if they are available to register and if they are worthy of registering.
I have my own software to check what is available and if they are worthy of adding to my network.
On a side: If you are interested in bypassing all the searching, checking and vetting, because it is a pain to find them, then I would like to invite you to check out my site in my BHW profile as i run a service geared towards expired Web2s. I use these as the forefront of my SEO affiliate and client SEO business. I build out networks and sell links from my own networks.
Hello. Can you show examples of your web 20?
Here is what I did:
I found a huge bunch of Web 2.0s I created 2-3 years ago. All of them had HQ backlinks made with GSA (yes, you can make decent Tier 2 backlinks with GSA if you have the right settings) and they had authority cuz of their age. After I made new posts with new niches/articles on them it had a great effect on my money sites. Not that high effect as expired domains, but still a much better effect than new Web 2.0s.
So, if you got any Wordpress, Blogger, Weebly Tier 1 you made manually a few months/years ago you are good to go with them.
I think PBN is worth due to its metrics. Without the metric is like frying only bones of the big hen. Which means making metric less PBN is totally useless.
Just wondering if anyone has actually experimented with building a PBN out of new domains only? Everyone is saying new domains don't work, but does anyone have any actual experience with this? Surely new domains should have at least some impact, especially if you power them up with a Tier 2.
PBN = Private Blogs Network...wordpress, blogspot etc ar enot private. If you make a network of blogs on these networks, this would rather be a Tier and not a PBN.
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