This is a continuation of my little series (First Post) of posts about different aspects of PBN's. If anyone has any tips to add to this, please share them and help the community. When registering your PBN domains it’s good to plan a little before diving in. This can be dependent on the size of the PBN you're planning to build of course, but there are a few things to keep in mind. Whois Data: Should this be private or not? After some searching I found a research paper conducted by ICANN which concluded that most often malicious sites will use Whois privacy and the only legit companies that also do are banks. At the end of the day, use both. Use FakeNameGenerator to create alias's or use Whois privacy. Remember if you're using a fake alias, use a new email address. I generally go to mail.com and create one there as you can make email addresses from many different domains. Also, there are registrars that offer whois privacy for life e.g. Internet.bs, NameSilo, DomainMonster, unlike NameCheap that only offer it for the first year. Registrars: If you have a small 5-10 blog PBN try to use a different registrar per site. This shouldn't be too hard. If you have a 100+ site PBN, you probably also have VA's who can manage the high volume domain registration. Still spread out over as many registrars as possible. Also remember that some registrars are just resellers of a bigger registrar which will show up in the whois data. Times: I like to register one domain per registrar per day for domains that will be pointing to the same money site. Think about it, the natural links from the 'whitehat' web probably won't have their domains registered on the same day or even within the same month. Spacing your domain registration times is good. Cheap Registration Fees: Its always good to look out for discount codes and keeping on top of this can be tricky. The following tools help to locate the best deals: https://domains.pbnhq.com/tools/compare https://tld-list.com/ https://www.domcomp.com/ These are methods I try to stick by, but I must say I haven't always been so religious in implementing these in the past and still have had great results. If you have any other methods / input / feedback please share it with the group.