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Cheap PBN hosting providers

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MonkeyJohn, Dec 29, 2015.

  1. MonkeyJohn

    MonkeyJohn Regular Member

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    I'm looking for a 5-10 cheap web hosting companies for my PBN sites. I've used a lot already and have searched the WHT forum. Just looking for a few less than $2, monthly payment, providers.

    Thanks!
     
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    hostgator and go-daddy will be good for PBNs
     
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    You should be able to find plenty on WHT.
     
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    I can recommend Hostnine and SkynetHosting if you're looking for cheap ones.
     
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  6. MonkeyJohn

    MonkeyJohn Regular Member

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    I was considering EBN. I have left a question on your sales thread. Thanks.
     
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    http://www.1dollar-webhosting.com/
    go here!
    plans starting from 0.5$ per month!
     
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    +1...there are plenty there, but careful with some hosts just disappear without notice leaving your site inaccessible. So, always keep a backup so it's pretty quick to get back online with a different host.
     
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    Good tip! I've had that happen a few times :)
     
  10. Sristy

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    Be careful with all those $1'ers. Most of them have PBNs hosted around on single IP, thousands of them and it is a potential honeypot for Google. Go with reputed large hosting companies, try getting multiple accounts with multiple IP ranges and you should do good.
     
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    if it's cheap than it's not private and easy footprint for G to track.
     
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    lol who said ? Godaddy and hostgator both are expensive. Heard good reviews about easyblognetworks.
     
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    Go to WHT. There are tons over there. I also use Hostnine and HostGator reseller accounts. Hostnine is good for IP and location diversity too.
     
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    Credit goes to G-S-T for this, and it's about buying facebook fan pages for cheap and reselling them.
     
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    I think that you should select between Easy Blog Networks and SkynetHosting if you're looking for cheap ones.
     
  16. Sristy

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    I believe both of them give you one nameserver across the reseller account, so the basic purpose is defeated and it leaves a huge footprint for G.
     
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    For a PBN, the main things that matter are a unique class C IP and basic reliability in terms of uptime. Even free host packages are suitable, if they meet the above criteria. Your main domain, the one you want to be drawing lots of traffic on, is another story, but for hosting your PBNs that provide authority links, you don't have to spend money on hosting.
     
  18. Sristy

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    But reliability and free never go together.
     
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    I found a hosting which gives 15 IPs for a single hosting account so you can host 15 domains in 1 hosting account. Can't remember the name though. It cost around 100$ a year
    Edit: http://www.ixwebhosting.com/hosting-plans
    Check this one best one 1 found.
     
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  20. Sristy

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    Again the question is whether the nameservers are unique or every domain in the same webhosting have the same nameserver ?