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PBN practices - build from scratch or partner with someone?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by romeohero, Jul 20, 2015.

  1. romeohero

    romeohero Newbie

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    In using Private Blog Network (PBN), is it better to build the PBN from scratch or is it better to partner with someone?

    Is it also true that sooner or later, Google will still find out about our PBN?
     
  2. houseman

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    I would suggest to create your own network and keep all username/password with you. In case Google is going against Your network at any time.You can take appropriate action
     
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    If you can afford it, build the PBN on your own and keep it to yourself.

    A partner invites risk. I would only partner with someone I highly trust and who also has proper knowledge of setting up a PBN AND operating it.

    I have PBN's that have been around for years and are still going strong. However, if you don't know what you're doing the probabilities of losing your PBN obviously increase.
     
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  4. welly_59

    welly_59 Power Member

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    I say do it on your own. The cost isn't even that great these days. You can find godaddy coupons with .com and privacy for $4, no name internet do 10 accounts for $20.
    So for $60 you could have 10 domains with privacy and 10 accounts ready to go. The only other cost would be expired domain cost, there's loads of sellers on the, and the cost of content. If you are building pbns then it's never a bad idea to just use the co tent that was there before, scraping it from archive.org
     
  5. asap1

    asap1 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP

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    Build your own :)
     
  6. Franklin Hattchet

    Franklin Hattchet Senior Member

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    Build ya own brah. Trust me it's the best way to go.
     
  7. MacArthur

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    Build your own PBN is better dude...
     
  9. edgaro160

    edgaro160 Junior Member

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    agree. Build it on your own. Just go one site at a time and costs really aren't so shocking :)
     
  10. hanssolo

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    No the G wouldn't find out if you do it without any kind of footprints. Just need to research on footprints a little, here in BHW you can find tons of posts about that.
     
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    jony0077 Newbie

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    I would totally DIY with a trusted partner. Or a trusted person in the BHW community. You need to give something you can readily contribute though. Put 100% into this partnership, overdeliver and get your PBN up and running. Good luck!
     
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    Aty Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Build your own PBN if you can afford, otherwise buy from a reliable source.

    Not if you build it properly.
     
  13. starki

    starki Power Member

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    Partnerships are like marriages. Wonderful while they last, often painful and costly if divorced. If you can't do it yourself, get professional (paid) advice/consultig, but keep ownership of your network.
     
  14. Richnhappy

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    As all said it is best to build it yourself when it comes to PBN.