I recently got involved in a JV, and as I expected, this new project is consuming most of my time. Before this thing came up I was in the process of building and ranking my second authority site in the home decor niche. The thing is, I've already purchased the PBN domains I need along with hosting packages for each one and I was supposed to build these in the past few months but it didn't happen because I had no time. This situation doesn't seem to be changing anytime soon. So, my options are either hiring a VA to build these for me yet still waste time micro-managing everything (and most likely the quality won't be up to the mark anyway) or finding someone skilled here willing to take the deal. There're around 8 domains and 10 hosting plans (2-3 year contracts) from companies such as namecheap, asmallorange, stablehost, bluehost, arvixe, hostgator and others. Domains aren't the usual scraped garbage, these were purchased off godaddy auctions with an average price of 200 bucks each. They are quite decent, niche related and have clean backlink profiles with some editorial and authority links. You must have a high quality site in this niche, and be willing to show it to me (I will ask for verification) so that you can benefit from the network. Home improvement, home decor, art, you name it. As long as it's high quality and somewhat related we're good to go. So, I bring the domains and hosting (after we finish these I will continue adding new ones) and you build the sites. You must have time and experience building PBNs or working with WordPress. I also have some other tools that may come handy in the process such as scrapebox, gsa, thousands of us shared proxies (ipv4), a vps, and an expired articles database that we might give it a try (experimental). Link selling is not allowed, and outbound links will be checked on a daily basis to prevent abuse or hacked links as usual. I will be only accepting reputable members here, preferably Jr. Vip. No new members please. We can discuss the details via PM if you're interested. Thanks for reading!