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PBN - proper steps to take?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by patlang, Sep 6, 2016.

  1. patlang

    patlang Junior Member

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    Gday!
    In the upcoming 2-3 months I want to buy around 20 dropping domains. The idea if to have the domains with already established link profiles. Once bought I wanna install wordpress, put some 5 unique articles and link to my main website. The question is what prevention steps should I take so that google considers it as natural as possible?
    1. I want to have a different registrar for each domain.
    2. I want to have a different hosting and dns lines for each domain.

    Money is not a matter for me in this case

    Do I need to register those domains under different people if whois information is protected?
    Do I need to make sure I am not logged on my gmail while surfing on the internet and visiting the domains? lol

    This is something new to me so I will appreciate any answers!
     
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  4. patlang

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    thank you guys I am starting the lecture straight away
     
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    I wouldn't protect all the whois information. I'd register the domains under different contacts from various registrars and keep over half un-protected.
    For 20 sites maybe that's a little paranoid, but who knows. I never use chrome when working with the sites, some use proxies - who knows what Google is really up to.
     
  6. patlang

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    well like I said, in my country if a domain is registered under a private person (not a company) whois information is hidden by default and I guess cannot by displayed.