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How to use Cloudflare properly on PBN ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by vikiendu, Nov 22, 2015.

  1. vikiendu

    vikiendu Regular Member

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    I am building my own PBN. I have read the thread of alexthepbndude and found out it is very useful

    However, there are something unclear that I need your advice. I am planning to use Cloudflare on some of my PBN sites (to mask the real IP address). As far as I know, even using Cloudflare may not protect the real IP if it is not set up correctly (in alex's thread, he says something about A and CNAME record, which I have no idea about).

    I tried to search on Google a lot but no satisfied results, some instructions are unclear, some are not for SEO purpose.

    How do you set up Cloudflare for PBN purpose ? please share me your experience.
     
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    wizard04 Elite Member

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    Why don't you just buy hosting with multiple IP,s and dedicate every IP for every domain?
     
  3. vikiendu

    vikiendu Regular Member

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    it is not cost-performance effective. Having some sites installed Cloudflare helps me reduce cost dramatically. And hosting with multiple IP = bad neighborhood, which may be swiped by Google easily. Search "pbn bad neighborhood" for more info.
     
  4. McPatrick

    McPatrick Regular Member

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    Google can see through Cloudflare. They have a deal afaik which allows Google to see through them (at least they had last time I checked - a bit more than year ago).
    Better use some smaller, less known CDNs that are not in partnership with Google and Google Analytics/Adwords. There is many CF copycats - so just contact them and ask them if they are in partnership with Google beside reporting CDN ips to them.
     
  5. ChanzGrande

    ChanzGrande Elite Member

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    Cutting and pasting this crap using an automated tool, or you are a tool? This is not helpful in any way shape or form, and appears simply as an attempt to UP your post count so you can later spam us with your crappy BS. I've reported your post since I believe you use an automated scraping and forum posting tool to bog us down with your completely useless garble. Ciao!

    Sorry this loser infected your thread with this useless dribble OP!
     
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  6. Cedric Heyward

    Cedric Heyward BANNED BANNED

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    Cut all the BS, Google can't see thru CF.

    If they do share data then they've to disclose it to their clients!
     
  7. misteryou.

    misteryou. Power Member

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    I didn't find something like this.
    The only relation i found is via CDN Interconnect wich is in partnership with CloudFlare, Fastly, Highwinds and Level 3 Communications. Other than that they invested in Cloudfare joining Microsoft, Qualcom and Baidu

    To avoid footprint, remove any DNS records that are not the domain and www
     
  8. manking

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    Well i don't think the bad neighborhood affects so much by IP address. I think Google checks more on an url level, because otherwise you couldn't rank a shared hosting site and also since you can install ssl certificate on www with shared hosting, it would not make a sense to give a penalty on an IP level, taking into consideration that all www are registered on different names and don't point to the same site