Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Automation247, Apr 11, 2016.
buy ip for each site and then use cloudflare
If all public info such as IP and nameservers appear different, you should be fine.
The point of use a CDN service is not buy a dedicated IP address.
Cloudflare uses random nameservers like:
Name Server: AMY.NS.CLOUDFLARE.COM
Name Server: DAN.NS.CLOUDFLARE.COM
Name Server: greg.ns.cloudflare.com
Name Server: rose.ns.cloudflare.com
So I'll try to get a different NS for each domain... also I'll use around 5 different CDN providers for mix it and avoid footprints.
that's up to you, but i think google is able to find sites on a server behind cloudflare
Yeah... probably I'll buy a IP address for each domain, 2.00â‚¬ per IP not worth take any risk.
Would it matter much that all the domains would be on the same hosting provider??
I'll be using a popular hosting provider that millions of websites are using... and my money sites will have more backlinks than my PBN backlinks, so in my opinion it would look natural.
If I'm pointing 20 PBN domains to my money site and all my PBN domains are from X hosting provider but I have like 1.000 backlinks made with GSA this should help me to diversify that footprint (hosting provider) because these 1k backlinks will be using other hosting providers...etc
Maybe I'm wrong... I hope not
i read about alexpbn guru were testing this method maybe 1 or 2 years back? i think it will work if you figure it out, you can contact him for more info
in my opinion, never put yourself into a too dangerous situation, think the ROI
I think you are definitely on the right track.
But if you want a bulletproof approach I would suggest that you just totally scramble the hosting services that you use.
What I mean by this is to completely distribute all these different websites and domains using different hosting providers.
You should even use different geographic basis.
For example, some of your hosts might be in the United States. Others are from Canada while others are from Western Europe.
This way you keep Google guessing.
Also, in term of niche-clustering this is another area where you might want to work on throwing Google off.
The more random your distribution looks like, the higher the likelihood your PBN will go undetected.
Personally speaking, I really would step away from the PBN system because it's only a matter of time until Google deploys dropped domain filters.
If and when that happens, a lot of people are going to find out in the hardest way possible that PBNs are not the way to go.
If I were you, I'd focus on staying two steps ahead of the game.
Separate names with a comma.