Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tiiberius, Oct 10, 2019.
Thanks for the info! Isn't number 2 leaving a footprint if you have different pbn sites all linking out to the same moneysites?
Awesome guide for pbn linking. Very useful.
Yes, I do but not Wikipedia.
Locate other popular authority websites related to your niche that are not direct competition for your keywords.
It's been overdone as everything that become popular. You don't wanna do things like masses.
Also, it's dangerous.
Since it's so popular, it's possible to reverse engineer links going to a Wikipedia page and discover all PBNs linking to it. Yours included. Especially dangerous if you link to the same page multiple times.
Yes, it definitely is.
If you have for example 10 clients and you link to their sites from the very same set of PBN units, you are asking for it. I would keep outbound links to below 5.
Glad you like it
Since I Am new to PBNs. What would be an decent amount of articles published on a site before you start using it?
I always make sure there is at least one "no link" piece of content around 500 words on the homepage. It is also important to make sure homepage is re-crawled and re-indexed before you continue with posts with links.
Great explanation of PBN's - very well presented. Like many great articles it creates even more questions - but that means it is making people think about what they are doing / should be doing.
Kudos to you
Thank you glad you like it.
So... what is your question then?
Good one !! I don't have a question, well not PBN related anyway - I'm not using PBN's but maybe I should be - I find your posts very informative and honest and I learn a lot - I like to give kudos where it is due.
Ok fair enough
I feel lucky to find this post as I'm trying to build my own pbn
the recommended ways are using links in homepage.
In that way, how offer should I update posts in my pbn?
or say, how to maintain the pbn, especially expired/deleted pbn?
Homepages are where the power is. That's why we use them.
I make sure each unit of my network gets at least 1 "update" post a month
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