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Private Blog Network - Building it right?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by doo54n, Apr 6, 2014.

  1. doo54n

    doo54n Newbie

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    Hi,

    I am currently working on my private blog network. What do you think, is it right to go after PR1 and PR2 domains with PA/DA above 20 and good link profile and how big impact on serp will that links have? If I have for example domain with PR3 and PA/DA 20/20 and PR2 domain with PA/DA 40/35, what do you think is better choice?

    Do you think that 5 of PR2 domains in PBN could rank a keyword with a relatively low niche competitiveness (LTP 28)? What's your experience?

    Thanks ;)
     
  2. acidol2

    acidol2 Supreme Member

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    Let me just quote what I said on a different thread...

    That being said, fuck PR.
    Pay attention to the authority, and relativity. That's what counts more!
    Now to answer your question:
    "If I have for example domain with PR3 and PA/DA 20/20 and PR2 domain with PA/DA 40/35, what do you think is better choice?"

    The one with PA/DA 40/35,of course.

    Personally, I haven't built my own PBN, but I definatly will sometime in the future.
    You just need to test certain links for that low comp. keyword, and see how it goes.
     
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  3. innosoft

    innosoft Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    its really tough these days to get a domain with pa da above 30.. u got one.. lucky.. :) take it asap!
     
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    Laubster Senior Member Premium Member

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    Plenty of good ones on PRNator.com if you shop around. I agree re: PR for the most part. I see domains that are $500 with super weak metrics in the categories listed above. Then again, Google doesn't give a fuck about PA/DA, and both of those metrics can be manipulated higher with blog comment spam. Trust Flow is the only metric that's hard to manipulate, and you want to look for a CF to TF ratio that's as low as possible. Moz came out and directly said the ratio signifies the quality of the backlink profile. So CF 45 / TF 15 would be a ratio of 3, and therefore really bad. CF 20 / TF 20, would be a 1, which is great. Anything under 1 is even better, but super rare. I always check PA/DA, but it's not the end-all deciding factor. You really have to look at all the metrics and the backlink profile to know how good a domain is for linking purposes.
     
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    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    TF is trust flow. What's CF?
     
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    Moosey Senior Member

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    Citation Flow ;)
     
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  7. doo54n

    doo54n Newbie

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    Thank you guys on helpful information ;)
     
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    Check the backlink profiles of the domains and go for those with legit backlinks.