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The cheapest way to QUICKLY outsource 10 PNB site setups?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ThopHayt, Mar 14, 2015.

  1. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Need some advice. I'm in a time pinch for a fairly low budget project, I need to get 10 templates set up with my articles/content inserted. What is the cheapest and fastest way to bust this out via outsourcing? Can I trust Fiverr with this or would something like Freelancer be better? Or maybe theres a BST here? Ideas?
     
  2. BreaknBrix

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    Hello,

    I asked this same exact question about setting up 10 sites 2-3 weeks ago. What you NEED to do is post a thread over in the hire a freelancer section. That's all. Stay the hell away from fiver. And make your post a bit more detailed. Explain exactly what you need done. Do you need someone to find the sites? Do you need them to set up hosting? Do you need them to basically do everything? Be clear in your needs.

    Furthermore, when I set up my thread I was sure to be clear that I had money. I ALREADY HAD the 10 domains too.

    Even telling people that, I only got like 3 responses. However, I was able to find an excellent VA very fast and if you don't find someone quick enough just keep bumping your thread. That's what I've done in the past.

    I always look for someone who's been a member on here for a minimum of a few years. A good VA will tell you their experience and give references.

    Finally, if you expect someone to find 10 sites, set up hosting and do content for less than $100 I wouldn't expect any responses. I paid $460 just for the 10 domains and the guy I hired as a VA, I've decided to use him for a lot more work. Like doing 10 more domains.. then 10 more, etc. Slowly building out the PBN.

    Also, if I'm quoted a fair price I will almost always overpay the person doing work for me. Most people try to negotiate down prices which leads to people cutting corners, rushing working, not being motivated and doing a shitty job overall. If I get a price I don't like I just ignore the person. When I get fair prices from a person I trust I offer them more and I just tell them, "I want you to be motivated and treat this like you'd treat your own biz".

    That's just me though.

    Good luck,

    -BB
     
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  3. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Thx for the advice, appreciated. That sounds like a pretty reasonable way to go about it. As you said the only worry I have is assuming a random member will do quality set up work.