Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by myfault, Dec 21, 2015.
Is it good to use same hosting but they have different server location IPs, i need to setup PBN..
yea, as long as you get different ips you should be fine - the different locations will probably have different nameservers so nothing to worry...
yes, also consider getting different non-sequence C-Class
you should be all ok ,
but use cloudflare on some sites , just to be on the safe side ,
as long as your sites are not on the same neighborhood you should be OK , relly
As long as your PBN is not too huge, it is ok. However, if you have 100 PBN websites and all of them are hosted on the same hosting, it will be a footprint.
Make it look natural. Would a natural link profile include more than one link from a same host? Probably so. Would all links come from the same host? No. Just mix it and make it look natural.
I'll ask you this... how much harder or expensive would it REALLY be to split it up between different hosts? If you can manage it I'd recommend using different ones as much as possible. Why even risk it if you don't have to mate?
Consider different provider, the IPs should at lease class B difference.
Nothing to worry if you use different IPs, you will get good rankings for the links posted in those PBN and it will be more natural for G.
its no problem ,,,,
I feel as long as you have multiple (other sites - diff owners) hosted on the same IP as yours, you would do fine.
Thanks guys. They have the servers on Canada, US, Germany, France etc....
Depends on how many locations and diff a/b/c class ip's they have. If you are just starting out, it should be fine for 10-20 sites.
Might want to get different provide have different AS number
I recommend this guide, it'll give you lots of insights about PBNs.
Edit (forgot to add link): http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...-build-your-own-pbn-under-275-15-domains.html
As others have said, it is best to spread your PBN out among several different hosts instead of using just a single host (even if the IPs are different).
Separate names with a comma.