Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by websitedesign, Oct 14, 2016.
May it have a positive impact to install SSL cetificates on a part of PBN network sites?
interesting, i don't know if google considers links from ssl sites stronger than non-ssl, try it and let us know.
I'm pretty sure that would be useless.
google likes ssl sites more. test it. i would recommend to put 25% of your sites on ssl, use for the other 25% incapusla and/or cloudflare. just mix it up
This is absolutely pointless and only reduces your ROI. Really, absolutely no point in that, rather keep your money and get more PBN domains.
Give for Charity instead of wasting money on getting SSL for your PBNs. Not worth it brother.
Last time I check SSL is free, provided via https://letsencrypt.org/ I've seen many new hosting adding a cPanel plugin so that you can have it generated inside CPanel for each and every project of yours. You can even install that on a VPS and generate the keys there and add them to cPanel.
Or an easier alternative, CloudFlare provides shared SSL certs, so by having a domain using their NSs you get it.
Even this being free I don't think it's a good idea to use it, not sure how google makes the switch in juice, that's why we use the version with the best links (www or non-www)
Wasted time and money. If the expired domain ran on http instead of https before, the additional redirect (which is necessary, changing from http://www.example.com to https://www.example.com is technically identical to changing from http://www.example.com to http://www.newdomain.com) from http to https just wastes a bit of linkjuice (dampening factor for the 301). Not much, but without advantages, it's pointless anyway.
Separate names with a comma.