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  1. ridersark

    ridersark Regular Member

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    I am planning to setup PBNs for a few of my sites. I was searching for hosting options and saw that it was getting costly to maintain a 50 sites PBN on different hosts.

    How many site should I put up on a single hosting account?
    Any suggestions for economical PBN hosting?

    edit: Also should I be using cpanel hosting or vps??


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    tokokipiani Power Member

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    Same here. Do I need each hosting plan for each website? Or one for bunch of them
     
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    A few people told me about bulkbuyhosting website or something like thst. I don't remember. It's kind costly but you manage all sites on one account.
    Or you can just use cheap $1-$2 hosting
     
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    Thanks mate!
    Do builbuyhosting provide unique ip for each site???
     
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    You need a shared hosting plan that allows you unlimited websites, on one account -- usually you pay per month/year for the actual plan to host your X # of websites, then often you need to pay for the domain again when it is up for renewal.

    Ultimately the costs up front ARE high, but if you aim properly the results seem to pay off ten fold.

    Still learning more on PBN's before I make the plunge myself, if anyone has more info I would definitely appreciate it. Thank you!
     
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    If you want to cut some corners then look into using cloudflare to hide your real host
     
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    Does that mean I can have 3-4 site on a single hosting (on same ip) but under cloudflare???
     
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    No, having dedicated servers and thus dedicated IP addresses for each domain may be a reasonable solution for your most high powered and valuable PBN sites, but it just isn’t practical for hosting a large network.

    - BB
     
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    Placing multiple PBN websites on a single IP might be a bad idea because if you are going to link to a particular money site from them, google can easily see the source IPs of the websites being the same.

    Also, stay away from SEO or PBN hosting, they'd be chock full of other PBN site & other bad neighbours.
     
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    Having a dedi server for each pbn site isn't feasible at all.
     
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    you could go with a basic VPS server should be able to build out what you are wanting to do and keep your cost down.
     
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    Try $1 hosting providers in webhostingtalk. Just do daily backup and add some Cloudflare.
     
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    But, how can I solve the issue of getting each site on a unique ip. I mean, if I have to host 20 sites with a single hosting company, how can I make each of them look unique in terms of nameservers, IPs etc. Any insights are welcome.
     
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    Same question as above, how can I solve the issue of getting each site on a unique ip. I mean, if I have to host 20 sites with a single hosting company, how can I make each of them look unique in terms of nameservers, IPs etc. Any insights are welcome.
     
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    I use VPS.
    For one $5/month VPS from Vultra, I host at least 5 sites (that makes 5 different PBNs, never cross-linking between them, never link to same Money site).
    There are also many other cheap VPS option, like 2-3USD/month. Since PBN sites dont get much traffic, you don't need much resources for them. When your PBN is bigger the cost per site will reduce a lot.
    I also use Web 2.0 to make PBN.
     
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    I would go with cheap $1 hosting, different provider for each website.
     
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    Do they provide different Nameservers or IPs for each site?
     
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    That would be feasible but I have read several times that Goog targets such cheap hosts and so they aren't good for hosting your pbn sites.