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Private Blog Network (Personal Network) Suggestions Needed

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by shoaibahmad9999, Apr 24, 2012.

  1. shoaibahmad9999

    shoaibahmad9999 Power Member

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    Hi,

    I have around $350 to spend.

    I have following options - Please let me know which one should I go for ?

    -> Buy 200-300 Brand new .info domains and create 4-5 subdomains on each
    -> Buy 60 Brand new .com domains
    -> Buy 15 PR2-4 Domains

    What type of hosting would you recommend ?

    Thanks
     
  2. Expertpeon

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    I would do anything but SEO hosting, from the same A-class.

    Have you ever managed a large network? If so, you could do .orgs,.nets,.coms + subdomains. That would probably be the best...

    Be prepared to put in about 30 minutes/subdomain initially to get it set up.
     
  3. shoaibahmad9999

    shoaibahmad9999 Power Member

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    I have account on two hosting companies.. Is it ok to host all of them in one hosting account and on another hosting my money sites ?

    No bro, this is my first time :)

    oh, can you please elaborate :)
     
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    It depends if you believe you should spread them across IPs or not... personally you can go out and grab a bunch of $1/mth hosting accounts on webhostingtalk and that'll work.
    If you're going for unique content on each subdomain (which you should) with a rolling blogpost page (something like a static homepage and rolling articles page... this is best) 1200-1500 words is gonna take you at least 30 minutes to write + set up + add a theme blahblah
    It could take you 1-2 hrs/subdomain if done right... just to set up and activate XMLRPC and get all of the SEO stuff set up...
    You can make this is a bit faster by copying one directory that's already set up across a site and then setting up automatic downloading of the databases.

    Anyway, it's not going to be fun to set up, trust me... I also don't even see positive results from the effort I put in all of those mths ago.
     
  5. shoaibahmad9999

    shoaibahmad9999 Power Member

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    Thanks mate, So what do you recommend bro :( I mean I am just buying these for backlinks and if they are not very good for serps then no use :(

    Damn what happened to seo
     
  6. Expertpeon

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    I have a private network of about 100 sites in my niche (mostly with PRs of 2 and 3)... my site is on page 18 post February :)
    It was #5
     
  7. shoaibahmad9999

    shoaibahmad9999 Power Member

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    Damn - but I am not in very hard niches.. I tried with 2.0s and all the stuff they are also not working (not working as before - effect has reduced) So if I combine these sites with 2.0s maybe that would atleast increase the effect. Other than that we are not left with much.
     
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    Who knows, would probably be just as good to post comments on pages with PR >2 and low OBL
    I see no reason to suspect that a private network would have better effects and it's about a million times easier and cheaper to do than build and maintain even a small network.
     
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    To be honest $350 is very small investment for Starting out a blog network. Also I would recommend you not to use SEO hosting. But instead buy hosting accounts from all around the world.

    Each website would be on a unique IP which is a shared IP. This was you don't leave footprint.

    Also, I would advise you to buy old aged domains instead of new ones. Probably anything above 6 months old.
     
  10. Expertpeon

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    $5000 and a month of doing nothing but setting up a blog network probably still wouldn't give a site a solid rank in any high competition niche either...
    It's not exactly something your virtual assistant can do either (maybe write the content I guess that's about it)

    There's a reason sites with thousands of blogs they personally owned are still in the toilets, and sites with 70 backlinks are #1

    My suggestion would be buying fresh domains, at least 300 of them, and spending the next week just getting them all hosted (it'll take at least a week of work), then putting them on places that automatically send you guestposts... post the guestposts (all of the unique ones) and leave them on your article page.

    Add a single homepage of content and then take all of the URLs and start blasting them with web 2.0s, PRs, wikis etc...
     
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  11. shoaibahmad9999

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    Indeed. So what do you recommend bro ? Atleast I need to start something isn't it ? I see sites ranking with all paid links. especially homepage links.. I know they would get hit but by that time they can pocket and then come up with a new domain.
    These free links wont take me far... talking about 2.0s and stuff. ehm
     
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  12. Expertpeon

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    I'm seeing sites ranking with mostly spam and paid links... but the thing you need to look at is the sites that survived not the sites that are now ranking in my opinion. Whatever google screwed up, won't last...
    Ordering private blogposts are cheap, even by the thousands... you're talking less than 0.5/article.

    Your own network will at a minimum cost you $13/yr per domain, but more than likely more than this.

    You can do the above and then sell links on it... and leave your sites on the homepage... that's the only thing I'd suggest.
    Won't pocket much money though.
     
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  13. shoaibahmad9999

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    Yes I am keeping the cost in mind, but I am positive about ROI

    What if I buy 50 .com/biz/me/co and 100 .info domains ? New ones

    And make links to all of them through d0follow blogs and stuff. most likely 1/2 of them would get PR0-3 in next update.

    There are numbers ? Not a good option ?
     
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    It only took me 1 high PR link to get my blogs PR by next update... you would in theory just run ZP across them with web 2.0s and such and that would also be enough.
    Buying the domains already with PR could easily mean they drop it or lose it next update and you're left in the same situation anyway.
     
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    Yeah that is exactly what I am saying :)

    This way atleast numbers would be more..

    40 .com/biz etc + 4 subdomains -- 40x4 = 160
    100 .info + 4 subdomains --- = 400

    160+400 = 560ish

    Not bad isn't it ? 1and1 has cheapest domains - so that would be my place to get these
     
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    1and1 rebills at premium prices. so you will need to move them after a year.
     
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    Yes I will.

    Those were awesome days.... Web 2.0s blast and bookmarks/AMR/shit blast on 2.0s and the results were awesome really. Now, I don't know if they have devalued 2.0s or not. G00gle Will never deindex 2.0s such as wordpress and sort but they can anytime devalue links coming from them.

    The risk is lower on custom domains though.
     
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    I don't ultimately think you'll achieve the results you want, but let me know...
     
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    For option 3. Try to get PR3+ domains and make sure these have = PR+ from backlinks. For this size (15 sites) you can just buy shared hosting from different companies for IP diversity. Make sure you due your research before you buy domains many FAKE pr.

    For option 2. You can try 15 new domains and 15 aged domains. Good idea to mix .com, .org and .net - Hosting same as above.

    On the other hand for $350 you can buy many blogposts from already setup PR networks that are still alive.
     
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  20. shoaibahmad9999

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    Sure will keep you posted buddy

    A good opinion about option 2 - Good to mix old and new ones :)

    Thanks mate