Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by vishyjames, Jun 2, 2017.
Very detailed guide thanks for taking the time to lay it out!
Read it in its entirety, deserves a sticky, +1
Thanks for this -- great guide
A fantastic post dude! I came to this forum have no clue what PBN is and after going through your post i’m clear more than ever. It seems to take tons of investment and effort to build a working network that is hard to be uncovered by Google... In a way I’m discouraged with the long path you lay down in the post It will be a bigger commitment than I thought. Anyway thank you so much for sharing your knowledge!
Pretty good guide, awesome job!
Just one thing - as you say it Google care about the backlinks, so we should too. Majestic have shitty index, so TF is pretty much useless. I am kind of surprised to see that anyone here can care about TF or DA at all - this is something to sell to clients, not when you are building PBNs for your own needs..
Thanks for the valuable info
Thank you so much for this post. It will be very helpful for the newbies like me..
glad you all liked it!
you can get this built for you as a service also from providers who know what they are doing!
its the quality of the links and signals for Google. Not majestic TC / CF etc. But, given all that - they do a pretty reasonable job and their metrics does have some direct correlation with top ranking sites.
Yay, my first post on BHW, thank you for the well researched and information rich post.
Took a few hours to read through the entire thread.
Would you recommend building a PBN to initially empower a cpm focused site that is geared toward user generated content?
ie, if you were to start niche meme site, would building a PBN be a good initial strategy?
A few important considerations:
- If you randomize everything "randomly", that seems like it would leave a footprint.
it would seem more appropriate to randomize Everything based on actual usage metrics
Of course this probably doesn't matter with only 10 PBN sites, but 100?
If appropriate, should these actual usage metrics be based on niche specific data, or general website usage data?
ie: if 30% of All websites use wordpress, should we use wordpress on 30% of PBN sites?
Or lets say 50% of all websites in your niche use wordpress instead, should we switch to 50%?
If it is appropriate to use variables based on niche specific usage, how do we find niche specific usage statistics?
ie, how do we determine how many sites in our niche(s) use wordpress ( it is easy to know how many total websites use wordpress )
but where would we find niche specific data ? How would we find out how many niche related wordpress sites use x,y,z module etc?
side note: over 50% of top websites use google analytics. I think it would be important to run analytics on half of the PBN sites. However,
in doing so one would have to randomize how often the google analytics accounts were logged in and utilized for campaign parameters right? Furthermore, proxies would be necessary and vetted to login to the ga accounts. That seems like an over the top burden.. but the over 50% metric is equally hard to ignore. Any thoughts on this?
Thank you again for the post
Great Post. Very detailed.
Amazin post mate
Maybe use one of the services like pbnfox or properpbn.com ? seems a lot easier than the guide ^^
It depends what the goal is of the reader
I have my own PBN building and management service too - http://pbnrockstars.com
but then this is for people who want it all done for them!
The best share in 2017/2018. Thank you very Much for that recipe!
Very comprehensive and insightful. Will refer to this!
I am still waiting for OP to get 200 up votes so that he can reveal is mega trick
Amazing guide, will uae this as a best practice when creating my own PBN
Most informative post I've read all month. Bookmarked. Thanks!
If we linked our main site to 3,4 PBN sites and make backlinks of those 3,4 pbn sites in the numbers of thousands using GSA, scrabox, auto approved comments anchor texts etc.,., so can it be helpful to rank main site rapidly?
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