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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wickid, Jul 22, 2014.

  1. wickid

    wickid Junior Member

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    I was doing a bit of research trying to figure out the best way to build my own private blog network. I had been acquiring domains for a few months now and have a few cheap hosts that I have been throwing them on temporarily. During my research I found two schools of thought...buy dollar hosting and have a bunch of web hosts to choose from or use SEO Hosting and have everything in one spot.

    While the dollar hosting method is much cheaper it does become an administrative nightmare! Trying to track down all of your cPanel logins, DNS IP addresses and billing cycles is a pain. When it comes down to SEO hosting, you have to worry about IPs being grouped in the same geographic location if you don't pick a decent SEO Hosting company.

    I found the below video which has helped me a lot when it came to finding the right way to host my new PBN. If you are interested in starting your own, I highly recommend you take a look at the video as it will save you a lot of time and research.

     
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  2. SEO Power

    SEO Power Elite Member

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    SEO hosting is the way to go for PBN hosting. Contrary to what others might think, there is nothing wrong with it. I'm just reiterating what I posted in a different thread on this same topic. Even the owner of Bring The Fresh IM course, Kelly Felix, recommends SEO hosting. However, it probably has its own disadvantages I must admit.
     
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    gashead Junior Member

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    Cant be that good a course then. SEO hosting should just be re-named "Hey Google Look At My PBN - Hosting" Why run the risk of using one host when cheaper and better alternatives can be used.
     
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    pompano Power Member

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    I personally prefer multiple Companies and panels. I just tried looking up a class ip addresses and it's more expensive. Why would I increase my expense for laziness :)

    It's easy to manage tons of accounts if you are organized.
     
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    sudorank Power Member

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    I wouldn't like to try that hypothesis out on anything I value though.

    It's just easier (On your Nerves) to host everything in different accounts and spread the sites across multiple hosts.

    Out of curiosity does anyone else use https://lastpass.com/ to organise all the passwords and login details? I used a spreadsheet until a few months ago lmao!

    Needless to say I'm more productive now!
     
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    moonlighsunligh Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Or roboform. It is also great.
     
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    andyf91 Senior Member

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    Sudo I use it for everything , the best program
     
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    Laubster Senior Member Premium Member

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    Yeah I gotta agree. SEO Hosting is dangerous. Google says in their Webmaster Tools documentation that they devalue and frown upon links that come from a network of bad IPs. And with how shitty most people's networks are, and the type of sites they link to, the last thing I want is to be associated with those kind of sites.
     
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    100% agree with it, I am also using lastpass from last 1 year and it make my life more easier, my all gmails / facebook / cpanels / webmails etc everything is now saved in lastpass and I have not to remember any login now
     
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    Hamster12 Registered Member

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    Lastpass or Keepass are both great pieces of software couldn't live without them. Also provides an extra layer of security when compared to an Excel document.
     
  11. binsarmiento

    binsarmiento Newbie

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    I am planning to build my own PBN too, I think this will be very helpful to me.
     
  12. shakeitout

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    I completely agree if you're dealing with a very cheap PBN... there are plenty of SEOhosts where your IP is going to be blacklisted with some of the spammier sites on that host.

    My PR4-7 sites are all on much more "protected" if you will hosting accounts that are not shared whatsoever.

    I have a spam network of 75 sites that I don't mind using on SEO hosting as I know they will eventually be deindexed with the way they are treated, but I know that going into the project.

    My bigger client network is run through various hosting providers and I make sure to keep them diversified. Now there are setups like blogxen, multicloud which are great, but I know recently there were some blacklisted IP's on multicloud deindexing a handful of really strong PBN sites on mine and a couple of other buddies of mine. ALL IP's lined up.


    Just know what you're getting into and know the risks associated with each venue. If you're keeping these off the public BST's you have a much better chance of never EVER worrying about your investment. Though once you start selling it takes one NOOB disavowing your network sites to fuck you hard.

    That's why I also suggest blocking bots of link checking tools. Blocking the big ones like majestic/ahrefs/moz and so on will keep you much safer.

    Good luck

    -RD