Discussion in 'Blogging' started by deccandon, Aug 17, 2015.
I am noob to pbn
I could not find valid tutorial to setup pbn
It's pretty much like setting up any other site, just rinse and repeat with a few twists - decent domain, decent content, real looking links. CMS wise - do a variation - static pages/restored sites/WP/any other CMS you are proficient with.
Major difference is to get a hosting that spreads out your domains across different clean IP addresses.
I have been setting them up for last 5 years, I could build one for you if you want, in the process you can learn all about it - will explain in detail every step so you can reproduce it.
If you're interested, drop me a message or contact me up on Skype.
OK so I am not going to say follow this 100% but this article does outline some nice parts of the technique.
Research first, have a solid plan before you even begin.
I spent about 3 months planning mine before I even started, and still made errors.
This is actually very decent guide to start with
I would add that for expired domains you MUST examine their history in detail as well as backlink profile. Typical situation is that most promising (high PA/DA) domains are often "dropped" for a good reason - they have been abused by previous PBN owners, often that can be seen in history/links (what was there/how link velocity evolved).
Even after very careful vetting and 2 week wondering period "why it's not getting indexed" and you finally add them to GWT, you get that lovely "pure spam" message there explaining everything Just keep in mind that it would be normal to have like 1 out of 30-50 carefully vetted domains still will have some kink there.
Another 2c would be going after relevant/niche related domains rather than just picking them up cause of their stats, if your niche is very exotic, consider getting a few freshregs - you can get DA/PA up with a social signals pretty easy these days.
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