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Facing problems while building PBN !

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by stickman, Mar 10, 2014.

  1. stickman

    stickman Junior Member

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    So I am building pbn , what am I doing is I create new user using whm at hostseo ,then I change unique IP , then I add hostnames at godaddy , after that I use simple dns editor using cpanel and also add hostnames which I created , then I go back to godaddy and change nameservers.

    Everything works at first, but later websites are not showing up or showing godaddy again. Any ideas?
     
  2. clovers

    clovers Junior Member

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    Maybe you should try changing the name servers at godaddy and then updating your cpanel.
     
  3. Laubster

    Laubster Senior Member Premium Member

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    Yeah that shit's confusing. You'll prob. get a faster answer just calling GoDaddy.
     
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    kbklash Senior Member

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    yeah better call up go daddy and check dns is resolving.
     
  5. SteveWaller

    SteveWaller Regular Member

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    I wouldn't be using SEO hosting for your PBN anyway if I were you...
     
  6. stickman

    stickman Junior Member

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    Why ? :) Explain please :)
     
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    SteveWaller Regular Member

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    As above, too big of a footprint to leave in my opinion.

    All you really gain is convenience because it's often just as cheap to buy loads of different, cheap hosting accounts.
     
  9. stickman

    stickman Junior Member

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    Thanks, could you pm me with a list of shared cheap hostings? Thanks
     
  10. stickman

    stickman Junior Member

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    Does anyone know if it is bad to login into pbn sites with the same ip and make new posts?
     
  11. TropicalSun

    TropicalSun Regular Member

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    No offense but based on your questions it sounds like owning a private blog network isn't right for you. Obviously it's your money and time but I'd advise against building out a network until you have a better understanding of SEO.

    Chances are your network is hosted on the same IP or very similar IPs. Read up on all of the private network threads on here and you'll have better idea of what to do to get started.
     
  12. iproweb

    iproweb Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    What is the cheapest shared hosting that can host unlimited urls?