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Does Anyone Make Private Blog Networks To Sell?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bigballin6161, Jul 21, 2012.

  1. bigballin6161

    bigballin6161 Senior Member

    Jul 16, 2011
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    I would love to own my own network just for my own sites but first of all I dont know where to begin, dont have the time either. A good one with good PR and stuff that no one else can use. Does anyone actually make these fresh with good content to sell? Or would they be just way too expensive?
  2. apoorv

    apoorv Regular Member

    Aug 31, 2011
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    I've seen a couple on some forums. However, they are unnecessarily extravagantly costly.

    You would save a lot of money and do a much better job if you do it yourself, or get a VA for a few days to do the work. For something as sensitive as a private network, I'd do it all myself.
  3. pooinmyloo

    pooinmyloo Regular Member

    Mar 16, 2012
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    Welsh Wales, boyo.
    My brother sells them over on WF. I won't link it here as it's not my place to do so. He seems to do quite well out of them and generally has positive feedback. But ye, they are pretty expensive, but a lot of work goes into them. I've seen one-off backlink services sell here and other forums for more than what he sells a whole network for.

    Whether they are worth it I dunno. I've seen some positive movement from them. But I may have seen the same movement from scraping my own list of high pr blogs and manually commenting. You could always sell off a blog place or two for a small monthly fee and recoup some of the running costs, covering hosting and the like.
  4. jasher

    jasher Registered Member

    Nov 26, 2008
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    The only good reason to have your own blog network, FYI, is if it's niche specific or your budget is over 100K. Otherwise, just buy links.. seriously.
  5. SuperLinks

    SuperLinks Elite Member

    Jul 14, 2008
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    New York
    A good network, is gonna be expensive. And there's no "cookie cutter" price for them either.

    For a good network, with good hosting distribution with content and solid PR across the network. Expect to pay $x,xxx - $xx,xxx.
  6. Pilot

    Pilot Junior Member

    Jan 24, 2012
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    New York City
    Consider the costs of a private network of 10 sites:

    Each site = $150 to buy, more or less. Right there you've got $1500, right off the bat.

    Content will cost you $10 minimum per site. That's another $100.

    Hosting will cost you $3/month, or $35 per year more or less. That's another $350/year.

    You're already looking at $2000 as a base price, which doesn't include the time it takes to put it all together. You're looking at $3000 when all is said and done.

    Want a network of 25 sites? $7500.

    It all adds up.
  7. c10h12n2o

    c10h12n2o Newbie

    Sep 16, 2010
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    Developing a network of site is expensive, but it is definitely worth it in the long run. More than just using them for links, I like to create networks for all of my sites which cover very specific parts of the industry. This method is not intended for short-term profits, but once everything is flowing smoothly, a private network is the most effective long-term strategy to secure a steady income and dominate any niche.

    For example, if we are selling leads to mcdonalds because they are in desperate need of employees and are willing to pay for this (obviously not the case), we would create several sites around this niche (each with individual, unique class c hosting), and we will of course use privacy protection when buying the domains. One site will be to broker the leads (money site), one site will be to train potential employees so that they qualify to work at mcdonalds (and then we funnel them into the money site once they are trained), and another will be a forum debating the best types of hamburgers (with ads to both other sites). The sites in your network are only limited by your own creativity!

    The opportunities are endless and this strategy allows you to take over a niche entirely if it is done right. Also, when you create a popular niche targeted social network, forum, or question/answers site, the content is done for you so there is no need to outsource it :).
  8. verilix

    verilix Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

    Sep 18, 2009
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    Just build a site, maybe 2, every few weeks. You'll end up with a nice sized network in no time at all. You'll also spread out your cash.
  9. seowulf

    seowulf Junior Member

    Aug 4, 2011
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    Self Employed
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    Check out seo2rank dot net. I think they have what you're looking for, but mind you, not exactly cheap...