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Registering PBN Domains Under Different Names

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by JuggernautJukey, Sep 9, 2015.

  1. JuggernautJukey

    JuggernautJukey BANNED BANNED

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    How?

    Can I use the same payment processor on several different accounts? Do I need a new one for every account?

    How do you do it?
     
  2. mainceaft

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    You mean same paypal account e.g ! . you bes use several registrars , and maybe several emails .
     
  3. JuggernautJukey

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    Paypal, Credit card, moneybookers .. I've all three!

    So there is no footprints when using the same payment processor?
     
  4. BigBuddy

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    same payment processor, wont be an issue here...Just use different registrars, fake details.
     
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    I've been doing PBNs for a while and I don't think the buyer matters just the WHOIS. I could be wrong but I've yet to have a PBN deindexed.

    Certain registrars let you change the whois information. For example Namecheap even has an API that you can use to bulk edit Whois details.
     
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  6. SEOLearning23

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    In for answers. This could be a big footprint.......
     
  7. Mikaelo

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    Look for prepaid visas, easily the best thing to use when building a PBN and looking to hide your footprint.
     
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    maybe it's better use private whois and have domains in one account?
     
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    Google is a domain registrar - and some suspect they can see who owns a domain.
     
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    Well it goes without saying, but you do have to be sure to use different information in your PBN. It's not just about who is visibly the owner of a domain. There can be and likely will be times when having used one's true credentials anywhere in the process can become problematic.

    For this reason and the sake of posterity I would only build PBN with completely unique information for every leg of it INCLUDING private whois on top of using different names and information to register domains. Also - I don't like to take big risks in these regards, so I could just be overly cautious.

    Google's expansion into this market is an attempt to massively manipulate the way the Internet functions, and to corner control of the flow of information. It is not a lateral business move at all, and should have been blocked by anti-trust legislation. Google is very clearly attempting to establish a stronger monopoly - and stifling competition greatly. This is also likely to signify the end of their dominance related to Search engines. My feeling is that people don't really use search engines as much as they used to, and G knew it was time to find some new angles.

    This capacity to directly control information rather than discover it online is very dangerous in the hands of folks like Google who have spent the past 15 years crushing their competitors by any means possible while only creating the appearance of even offering anything of value to the world. It's just about money for them - no matter what altruistic or other bullshit Alphabet can make up.

    Do yourself the favor and start registering all domains for PBNs with completely independent information as G's capacity to discover your "footprints" is rapidly becoming more of a question of WHEN will they discover it - not WILL they discover it.
     
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  11. ServiceMonopoly

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    Cover your ass and make all your footprints different. Dont pay for all your accounts with the same pay pal switch it up. use a prepaid card, use your credit card, use a debit card, use paypal, use all your resources. You can double up on some just make it unique. have you tried RandomNameGenerator? Seems to be recommended
     
  12. accelerator_dd

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    As long as the whois is privacy or different you are good, Google doesnt have access to billing of each registrar, or usernames, or your web camera.
     
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    You could use same processor, it doesnt matter.
     
  14. redarrow

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    You mention a pre paid credit card

    Where can you get where you dont have to give address info.

    In the uk you go to a shop till , you pay for a card, say £10 you then go home

    You then need to register it to get the real card sent to you , then you activate it ,then you can use it.

    So where do you get these pre paid cards without account registration?

    What do they cost ?
     
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    doesn't matter at all what payment processor you use, trust me! i've been creating PBN's since +10 years (before the term even existed) ;)