Local PBNs?

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  1. alrightythan

    alrightythan Junior Member

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    So I'm working with an Aussie website. (Local Lawyer site).


    Is it a good idea to build all .com.au/ PBNs?

    I'm assuming that mostly local links to a local site will push it up faster?
     
  2. bigballin6161

    bigballin6161 Senior Member

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    I would think it would be better if it ever went under a manual review. As for link juice probably better if you can swing it.
     
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    It makes a lot more sense to have local links for a local niche than .com's. Go for .au's.
     
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    Yes, it's a good idea but locally you usually need the support of citations, some regional links and reviews.
     
  5. alrightythan

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    Thanks for the reply guys. Will let you guys know how this strategy plays out. Cheers!
     
  6. alrightythan

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    Guys so far the results are great. Especially after moving the site from WIX to Wordpress.
     
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    Since you're dealing with an Australian websites, it makes sense to develop a PBN with a .com.au pbns.

    Make sure you look for DROP DOMAINS that are somewhat related to your clients website.

    I know this is asking for quite a bit, but believe me this is going to pay off sooner rather than later.

    I highly suspect that Google is getting wise as to how the PBN game is played out.

    It's only a matter of time until it uses a drop domain filter.

    Stay several steps ahead of the eight-ball by FOCUSING on two things.

    First, niche-specificity.

    Second, high quality content.

    The GOOD NEWS is you can save quite a bit of money on content.

    Niche-specificity shouldn't really be a problem if you know where to look.