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Easy Blog Networks 1-Click PBN Hosting & Autopilot Maintenance | $2/blog (Approved)

Discussion in 'Hosting' started by Nerevar, Jan 16, 2015.

  1. pisco

    pisco Regular Member

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    On the website you have written "Easy Blog Networks Is Currently Closed", that is why i assumed what i said, eihter way glad its not closed as i'm about to join in also.

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  2. Nerevar

    Nerevar Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    @pisco Yes, but this is a BHW Exclusive BST where you can subscribe from the first post and has nothing to do with the offer on the homepage.
     
  3. Mountain Man

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    considering creating a pbn and this makes things much easier for sure, will be following this thread and hopefully ordering in the future
     
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    Hello sir can I get any discount code on 20 plan?
     
  5. Nerevar

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  6. DeadJoe

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    Nerevar, just a quick question - I understand for the price this is a great deal my only concern is that since you're exclusively hosting PBN's and the IP's are shared, my blogs will share the same IP's with other blogs? e.g. on one IP all of the hosted websites will be PBNs? or is it random selection of IP through the providers where it could be anything like a customer purchasing the hosting directly from the parent company. So it could be for a real site or a PBN etc..

    I hope my question is clear.

    Thanks

    DJ
     
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    Thanks, from what I understand, the IPs are shared among blogs. That is a huge footprint in my opinion! It may be working for now (until you get a manual review) but it is a huge give away. All the IP's you have host nothing but PBNs. Dangerous! A simple dns lookup would reveal this and your entire IP blocks to follow, all full of PBNs'.

    Even if it was 1 blog / IP it would still be sketch because all consecutive IP's on your server are hosting nothing but PBN's.

    I'm not bashing your service but you have projected it as 100% safe and "No Footprint", which is certainly not the case.

    Now, if you were pulling random accounts off the providers you listed (which is the impression I got when first reveiwing your thread), it would be a total different ball game. That is certainly not the case here.

    So how is this different than SEO hosting? The only thing that is different is that you are using multiple providers rather than 1 or 2 servers. Your business model is exactly the same, the risks more or less the same.
     
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  9. Kosher1

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    I was thinking the exact same thing. The solution is awesome, easy to use and all, but eventually big "G" will get on this and it will all be down the drain. I don't think there is an easy solution unless you did all manually...... but then again, i could be wrong, i am not an expert in hosting platforms and solutions.... just my 2 cents...
     
  10. Nerevar

    Nerevar Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    The exact things you're asking are answered on the links I posted. Here it is again with an excerpt:

    Please read more on our article:
    https://help.easyblognetworks.com/will-hosting-on-ebn-get-my-pbn-deindexed/

    And as mentioned on the blog post, IPs were never used for mass deindexations but nameservers (because of the reasons mentioned in the excerpt). Where people got IPs I have no idea, but it's probably because of more known reverse IP than reverse nameserver.
     
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    your check out is broken "
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      just have to look elsewhere now
     
  12. Jiung

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    Thank goodness I found you guys. Its a headache having to find offers from hosts and get different bills at different dates. Will use you for sure.
     
  13. Nerevar

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    @cottonswabs checkout is not broken, you've been caught in Clickbank's anti-fraud protection. Email support for assistance.
     
  14. cron7

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    This looks amazing, gonna sign up for a trial tonight/tomorrow. Quick question though, won't installing the Spider blocker plugin on every PBN site leave a footprint?
     
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    @cron7 Spider Blocker is completely optional. But it also does not leave a footprint (pinging responds with standard 404).
     
  16. cron7

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    So is there a way to block bots another way (apart from using plugins?). I normally edit the htaccess manually but reading on your website, it seems that's not possible. I also went through your checklist and one of the footprints was using the same plugins. So, are you saying Spider Blocker doesn't show as a Wordpress plugin? Normally, using the same plugin on a hundred sites would be a bit suspicious.
     
  17. Nerevar

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    @cron7 htaccess can be edited with plugins and it is possible on EBN. Probably close to 100% of plugins do not try to hide themselves (there is usually no reason to). Because of the nature of PBNs and bot-blocking we made Spider Blocker so it hides itself. It's not like a normal plugin.
     
  18. cron7

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    That's good to know. I signed up for the trial last night and am going through it right now. Looks pretty good so far.
     
  19. Swandk

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    if i join ur EBN, can i install php script other than wordpress?
    like script FB business scraper, or image scrape, etc...
     
  20. Nerevar

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    @Swandk No scripts, those will get you banned. Only plugins and themes.