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Does Low Powered PBN Works?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by K114a, Oct 28, 2016.

  1. K114a

    K114a Junior Member

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    How many of you are owning PBNs with 10-30RD and How well it works?

    I know 100+ RD domains are much powerful than 10-30RD domains. But does low RD PBNs atleast show some improvement in rankings or its just waste of time?

    TIA.
     
  2. straightfromthere

    straightfromthere Newbie

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    You could always build links to all types of PBNs and improve their metrics.
     
  3. redarrow

    redarrow Elite Member

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    No they dont , improve the pbn properly.

    First goto webmaster tool from google and report all the bad links to google to get deleted......

    Afther that build the pbn up agin on your own.
     
  4. DigitalCon

    DigitalCon Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yes, PBN with 10+ referring domains do work quite well. It all comes to the quality of links from those referring domains. Number of referring domain in itself in not a metric to justify the domains power. You could just spam the shit out of a domain using gsa and it will remain shitty. Even a couple of strong backlinks makes the PBn domain worth having. Only thing i make sure is that those links have been there for a long time and likely to stick.
     
  5. knowing25

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    It's still work and depend on how hard of your keyword competition is.
     
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    alexnobmmo Regular Member

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    Too low-quality domain help you NOTHING in ranking. Buy domains with strong backink profiles only (don't care much about metrics like: DA,PA,TF,CF, as long as the backlinks are good enough)
     
  7. Nargil

    Nargil Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    This is true only to some extent. Too low quality maybe yes, but not decent domains with RD10-30. I have dozens of clients (me included), who use domains with 10 - 30 RD and they work just fine. Unless you have unlimited budget, then yeh, you can get $500 domains from auctions, but I simply cannot justify in my head to spend so much money on a PBN domain. If you have tens of thousands to spend, then sure, but the results can be achieved with much smaller budget. Only thing you have to be sure, that the quality of the domain is worth the investment regarding registration, hosting and content. If yes, then it's just fine.
     
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    asap1 BANNED BANNED

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    They get the job done if you pick the right keywords.

    I prefer 50+ RD.
     
  9. alexnobmmo

    alexnobmmo Regular Member

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    High quality expired domain can be found at cheap price (around $30-$50) NOT as much $500 as you try to take them from godaddy auction. :)
     
  10. Nargil

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    "High Quality" is quite subjective. Considering how domain prices on auctions raised in the past months, I don't think you will get RD100+ TF20+ domains for $30. :)