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How to build the second PBN?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by frankstan, Nov 15, 2014.

  1. frankstan

    frankstan Regular Member

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    Hi friends, I have a question please help me.
    I have a 50 A-class ip blogs(PBN1) linking to money site A.
    Now I want to build another PBN(PBN2)linking to money site B which I'm going to build.
    The question is, can I use the same hosting with PBN1, that means every hosting have two blogs, one linking to money site A, one linking to money site B, is it a big foot print?
    I know buying new hosting is better, but it's more expensive
     
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    If you had a complete different IP for blogs(PBN2) than for blogs(PBN1) and not link between blogs(PBN1) and blogs(PBN2) and not between moneysite(PBN1) and moneysite(PBN2), it should work, however as Aty said, better not to risk it, if they catch your PBN1 and you have some info the same as in your PBN2, you are done with BOTH!
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    Tiered PBN linking... man, that sounds dangerous.
     
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  6. frankstan

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    How about same hosting company but different account?
     
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    I would use two differents hostings, one for each PBN :)
     
  8. SteveWaller

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    I'm off the opposite opinion - if money site A and B are completely separate then you should be safe enough to use some of the same hosting accounts for PBN2 as you do for PBN1. I wouldn't use every single one again, maybe use like 30 or so and then get another 20 from somewhere else but you've got to assess the potential profit and go from there - if there is big money riding on it then you can probably afford to make them 100% separate but if they are just small potential wins then surely it wouldn't be commercially viable?
     
  9. laowai

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    I'm also off the opposite opinion as I cannot see what would link your PBN1 sites to PBN2 sites if you avoid interlinking. Your sites are hosted in shared hostings so there are easily hundreds of other sites sharing the same ip so it should not be easy to link your PBN1 and PBN2 sites based on the hosting. I would use same hosting.
     
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    Well, if both money sites hosted separately and didn't do interlinking in both PBNs then you may move ahead. -- But still I prefer you go with new hosting for each PBN.
     
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    If you use shared hosting for different blogs, I dont see to it being a problem.
     
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    If your sites A and B are separated and both PBN's are not linked one to another in any way, then why not to use the same hosts? I don't see any reason. Where a potential footprint could be?
     
  13. frankstan

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    Thanks, so you think put two blogs in one account one hosting is OK?
     
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    I use two on one host, one using my host and their nameservers, and the other using Cloudflare nameservers.
     
  15. frankstan

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    So you think put two blogs in one hosting one account is OK?
     
  16. frankstan

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    They are not only sharing one IP but share one account, Do you think it's OK?
     
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    I would do some, but not all of them, like someone else mentioned. Half, or less than half.