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PBN Whois and Name Registrar question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by pakman, Feb 5, 2016.

  1. pakman

    pakman Regular Member

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    Hey, I'm about to start making a PBN network I have read many great guides on BHW and belive I am ready to start making it. I'm just a bit confused about a couple of things and would really appreciate if someone could just clear some points up for me.

    I understand that we should use as many different domain registrars when registering the sites such as go-daddy and namecheap.

    I'm a bit confused should I make a brand new name registrar account for each expired domain I plan to purchase? If I can use the same account how many domain names should I buy with that account? And should I use my real info on those domain registrar accounts or should it be fake?

    I'm also have some confusion regarding the domain whois I know that fake info should be used there so will it be possible for me to create the expired domains extension email address and us that? And is it possible to change the Whois information later on?

    Might seem like nooby questions but thanks a lot.
     
  2. accelerator_dd

    accelerator_dd Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    First, you can use the same account on a registrar, as long as your whois is either hidden or unique per domain you are good (you can register domains on behalf of other people). Google doesn't have that kind of access to check usernames on domains lol.

    I use my real info on most, except UK where it's real tricky since they dont have whois privacy.
     
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  3. pakman

    pakman Regular Member

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    Heh thanks a lot this really had me confused.