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PBN nameserver - burning question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cipango, Jun 11, 2014.

  1. cipango

    cipango Junior Member

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    Guys, this is really a burning issue for me at this moment. Suppose you were hosting with a company that let you have different IP addresses for your sites. But their Namservers are always the same. So you have like 10-20 sites with different IP's but the same nameservers.

    I know for sure that people are hosting their PBNs there.

    But how does that sound like in PBN terms? Considering WHOIS is private/diverse, site IPs are different, is the unique nameserver something to worry about or not so much?
     
  2. RuthSam

    RuthSam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You could simply have the domains with different registrars and use their name servers.
     
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  3. blackhataffiliate

    blackhataffiliate Senior Member

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    Since you have different IP addresses, why not ask about setting up private names servers for your some of your domains. I would not do all of them so that it looks natural, but it will help add some diversity to your network.
     
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  4. MikeSmith

    MikeSmith BANNED BANNED

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    Hi,

    After reading your question(s) -- I searched Google. I found a relevant tutorial that teaches you how to build your own private blog network, if this is something that might be of help to you.

    Here you go: www dot searchsimplicity dot com/how-to-build-a-private-blog-network/

    Hope I could be of help. I wish you the best of luck!

    Mike
     
  5. cipango

    cipango Junior Member

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    Yes, this is something I was thinking about. It's a good way to diversify.
     
  6. cipango

    cipango Junior Member

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    I actually started doing this, but there's still an issue because those private nameservers would have all the same IPs. You can probably trick a human reviewer with that, but not a bot I guess. I wonder though if the human reviewers at google don't get all the stats they need on their screens when reviewing networks. But maybe I'm fretting over a non-issue with my emerging network lol
     
  7. cipango

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    One of the lamest tutorials on the subject IMO
     
  8. tdivan

    tdivan Newbie

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    I try to mitigate that by hosting on low end VPS boxes with no more than 3 sites on each sharing one IP and my registrar allows private nameservers so I make new nameservers for each site pointed to the IP I am hosted on. like ns1.mydomain.com and ns2.mydomain.com both on 1.1.1.1 but in this configuration I control the DNS Binding not the host so if you are on shared hosting you might just email support and ask for a few different nameservers that you can point to.
     
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  9. cipango

    cipango Junior Member

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    You just gave me 2 ideas:
    1) Ask for more nameserver IPs from the host, it's likely they have more than just two.
    2) Do the binding on different servers. I actually have some reseller accounts in various places. I can create a new account on a reseller, point the domain nameservers there (to the same IP), and handle the binding on this server.

    and right above we had the most widely used solutions:
    3) use the registrar's NS
    4) and use the host's NS

    and I might add:
    5) use a cloud cdn like cloudflare

    Anyone know another?

    These 5 should be enough to obfuscate small to medium sized PBNs, eh?
     
  10. burnett4congress

    burnett4congress Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If you are on the big registrars, just use the A records. You'll be one of thousands or millions.
     
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  11. mainceaft

    mainceaft Regular Member

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    namecheap provide custom name server you need link A record to your hosted IP
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    I just loged to my account i found the offer Nameserver Registration Option it will be linked to your domain .
     
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  12. Penumbra

    Penumbra Power Member

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    You can use CDN for custom nameserver or try seohosting
     
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  13. The Mentalist

    The Mentalist Power Member

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    Use Cloudflare or simply host your DNS on different registrars, and change your A records.
     
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  14. meashis

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    I think you are using SEO hosting..Never go for seo hosting coz it will burn your PBN better go for cheap unique hosting.You can get lots of hosting for $1.5/mon in webhostingtalk
     
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  15. cipango

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    No, it's not Seohosting, it's Hostnine reseller
     
  16. cipango

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    Using the registrar A record is becoming my favorite method :)
     
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    newbiescraper Newbie

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    I am also hosting at hostnine reseller. Been worrying about the same nameserver despite having different IP on different location