Hey guys, I'm curious - what are your thoughts on agencies utilizing PBNs to help give their clients that extra boost in rankings? Is this common practice? Is anyone knowledgeable on the best strategies for hosting/content/etc for agencies? It seems most PBN guides that I've read (if not all), are focused on boosting up one site (a money site), instead of a whole network of clients. How do PBNs change when you are on the agency side? Any of you experts on PBNs for agencies and want to shoot me your skype name to chat a little? I mainly have questions on hosting - we currently have approx 10-15 blogs hosted on "Easy Blog Networks", maybe 3-5 hosted on "SEO Web Hosting", and the remaining 50~ blogs are spread out on random hosting providers. Is this a good practice? Should we move away from "Easy Blog Networks" and "SEO Web Hosting" and make every domain that we purchase going forward a separate host? Is it okay for an agency (that isn't spamming a single money site with PBN links, but a large variety of clients that already have organic/natural results and a solid backlink profile) to host a similar setup to this: 1/3 Easy Blog Networks, 1/3 SEO Hosting site, 1/3 random hosting providers (local providers, bluehost, etc.) I've been working on optimizing our blog network and trying to figure out the best practices going forward that I can implement. I will be responsible for creating the documentation for detailing the process of buying a domain for PBN, setting up hosting, and creating content. I've done tons of research on PBNs, just looking for agency-specific best practices I suppose. Thank you guys so much! Please let me know if this doesn't make sense.