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PBN Setup - A simple question re hosting

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tg01, Dec 27, 2015.

  1. tg01

    tg01 Regular Member

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    Afternoon All,

    Once the domain name research has been done, checked for spam, got great metrics, niche relevant and it's been registered the next step is hosting.
    What do you use to host your PBN? SEO hosting or individual shared hosting, or something I've missed?
    As it stands I've been using individual hosts for every site and registering all in different names forwarding the emails, from [email protected] to my email address.

    Finally, and a side question, outside of DHG any other domain mining tools you would recommend?

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    I would recommend using individual shared hosting to avoid footprints. You are doing everything right at the moment.
     
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    W9go Elite Member

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    don't go for a seo hosting .....
     
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    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Same - I'm planning to use individual hosting accounts, I think SEO hosting is too risky. What do you do for Whois info? You just make up details?
     
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    pixelgrinder Power Member

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    This is the correct answer.
     
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    itz_styx Power Member

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    would also suggest different hosting, or at least a provider that can offer you different class B subnets.
    random whois info is better, but you can also use whois protection.
     
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  7. tg01

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    You have all confirmed my suspicions even though it is a slightly more timely and expensive process.
    All domains are registered individually under different names, each site is being on a different CMS and some will be built on HTML5 templates. All emails are forwarded, all are on different name servers and are on shared hosts based in that country.
    Having read through most people's recommendations I shall be setting an array of content, part branded to the existing site name, some to the back links that link to it and other articles related to the linked site. Then mixing it up with some retro site bar links and footer links to create a natural look.
     
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    Hi,
    I would suggest you to use separate hosting to avoid footprints problem.....
     
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    Also think about the content that you are going to post in those sites.
     
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    Individual shared hostings all the way! It's more painful than SEO hosting, but it's worth it in the long run for sure!