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how to protect PBN against human moderators?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nonai, Jan 11, 2014.

  1. nonai

    nonai Power Member

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    I have been studying how to make a PBN for a while. I think I know how to make a network with zero footprint so no algorithm can detect it.
    but how do you guys protect your networks against humans? How do you make it look natural so even if a human at google started checking them, they would never know it's all bullshit?
     
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    geniusenterprise Registered Member

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    Make sure the private blog network does not only consist of blogs. Make the websites look different for example a travel agent, a resource guide, a video review website. You get my drift. When you post links make sure they are posted in a way that it's not evident you're purely doing it for back-linking purposes. You want it to be plausibly deniable. Also the content you post on your private blog network make it slightly related, it's going to be hard to post content that is always related to the money site.

    Mix it up with private whois information as well as non private whois information. But make sure the whois info is different all the time. Also mix up with different B class ips as well as C class ips.
     
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  3. nonai

    nonai Power Member

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    Thanks buddy. I get you.
    so you say "make sure they are posted in a way that it's not evident you're purely doing it for back-linking purposes."
    my question is, HOW do I do this?
    for example, let's say I am selling sunglasses on my money site. On the private network, I make one site for something related, like how to clean your glasses. Then at the end, I say "please visit our sister company www.moneysite.com" or is that too obvious?
    is there a better way of doing it?
     
  4. geniusenterprise

    geniusenterprise Registered Member

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    It depends what keyword you are ranking for. So let's say you are ranking for "buy sunglasses" and you made the article about how to clean your sunglasses. You will have a line somewhere saying something like this "I always make sure I buy sunglasses that have a extended warranty just incase i drop it" But you link "buy sunglasses" to the money site.

    I've seen spammy PBN's where they just spin the article and link to a money site. It works however when it comes to a manual moderation it will get deindexed.
     
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    cowboyseonoob Registered Member

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    Interesting. I was of the assumption if you stayed out of their algorythm and off of their "computer" radar you should be fine (out of sight out of mind). Sounds to me like a lot of that changed and or still is and/or is being further veted.

    Do you know if its common at all for them to do a surveillance human audit like that ?
     
  6. Vonais

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    You just have to have unique content on your sites. That way, even if a human moderator comes along and sees your site, he will have no reason to de-index it.
     
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    ps nonai thank you very much for your generosity. I'm limited by post count and still unable to generate private messages for a little while longer. 15 I believe it said.
     
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    And I think it goes without saying - make sure your content is very well written, and easy to read. Crap content will kill you faster than anything else in a manual review.