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Hosting a PBN - I know this is a common question but here goes!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Jaxons, Apr 17, 2014.

  1. Jaxons

    Jaxons Newbie

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    I'm about to host my PBN (gonna start it small and scale it up).
    I'm looking for a way to host it.
    I know many people recommend to use a different 2 dollar host for each domain but I just don't see it working out in practice when I'm getting at 50+ domains.

    I've been researching quite a lot and multiplecloud(*DOT*)com is what I'm considering. They seem more safe then your average SEO hosting but before I order I wanna know if anyone has any suggestions or experience with them?
     
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    prab1996 Elite Member

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    Get a multi site management soft and it will be easy or hire a va.
    some sites offer different locations you can use them to host many blogs. (eg: servinio.com provide hosting on 4 locations )
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  3. Jaxons

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    Could you recommend me a multi site management software?
    Also my blog network sites are gonna be rather static (in fact they aren't all gonna be blogs - some just static HTML sites).
    My concern is more the fact that if I run on 30 different hosts and some of them shut down from time to time I'm gonna have a hell of a lot of work managing it all.
     
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    Make sure you have a backup on each blog in your network. If there is something wrong or you want to change host, restoration would be quick and easy.

    ManageWP or InfinteWP might do the job of multi-site management especially if you have that many sites.
     
  5. Jaxons

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    Thanks for the suggestion.
    ANyone got feedback in regards to whether I should use multiplecloud(*DOT*)com?
     
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    The multisite mgmt. has nothing to do with where they're hosted, so I'm not sure how that could create a problem for you. Unless you plan on buying 50 sites at once, just set each one up on different hosting. When you get to the point that you're buying so many domains it becomes a problem, deal with it then, but no point in worrying about it now.
     
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  7. Jaxons

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    Well I'm pretty quickly gonna be at 50 domains so what I really want to know if multiplecloud could be a viable long term solution.