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Pbn buffer site question

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by GreenGoblin, Jan 4, 2015.

  1. GreenGoblin

    GreenGoblin BANNED BANNED

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    I'm about to jump into building a pbn using drop domains, I pretty much understand the logic behind a (private blog network) but i got a few random questions if anyone cares to answer.

    1. when incorporating buffer sites with your pbn, how much link juice do you lose doing this? I don't care about losing link juice myself the goal is to protect the pbn itself, as long as the link juice lost isn't a significant amount i know it will very per domain metrics

    2. has anyone ever got there pbn deindexed using buffer sites?

    3. is wordpress a footprint or not, I get conflicting answers some say hey well it's so widely used its not then some say it is for whatever reason.
     
  2. rabbitking

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    1. when incorporating buffer sites with your pbn, how much link juice do you lose doing this? I don't care about losing link juice myself the goal is to protect the pbn itself, as long as the link juice lost isn't a significant amount i know it will very per domain metrics


    You can loose some link juice but remember if you are buying great domains they should already have
    a nice backlink profile and backing those sites up with links could cause more harm than good.

    Keep it as clean as possible since one of the points of having a private network is to avoid penalties.


    2. has anyone ever got there pbn deindexed using buffer sites?

    I have never had my private network deindexed, but I keep very clean link profiles.


    3. is wordpress a footprint or not, I get conflicting answers some say hey well it's so widely used its not then some say it is for whatever reason.


    WordPress is not a footprint because so many sites use it really. Make sure each website on your PBN
    has different themes, Class C IPs, and registrar information. The more diversity the more organic it looks.


    Hope that helped you!
    RK
     
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