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This is my PBN checklist....am I missing something?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MySeoEmail, Jun 10, 2016.

  1. MySeoEmail

    MySeoEmail Regular Member

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    -I find dropped domains, run metrics through Majestic, Ahrefs, MOZ and check DA and PA and Wayback. I only get relevant domains with TF and CF of 20 or higher. DA and PA are above 20.

    - I go to fakenamegenerator and create 20 different names with addresses. Then i go to Fiverr and have someone create email accounts for all 20 names. Meaning the emails will have the names in them.

    -I also have social media profiles created for each email.

    - I register domains at different name registers. Some have WHOIS privacy and some have visible fake names as WHOIS

    -I host domains at different shared hosting providers. These are $1 a month hosting providers (Not sure if the $1 is an issue)

    - Create different wordpress sites for each domain. I get logo created for each site on Fiverr.

    -I pay someone to create articles for each site.

    What am I missing in this process? Any suggestions or help?
     
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    1. Use different plugins if your using wordpress for all sites.
    2. Try to create social media pages.
    3. Make social media account from phone verified account.
    4. You can rename old inactive pages of fb too.
    5. Use free themes but different for all.

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    Why wordpress and not static HTML? Static HTML is less maintenance and also way less likely to be hacked.
     
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  4. MikeyMikey13

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    usually static HTML looks a bit fishy, especially if you have many sites in your network. Mix it up with CMS/builds in general
     
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    Make sure you use a plugin on your most powerful domains to redirect links going to internal pages back to your homepage (link juice keeper e.g.).
    You're also gonna want to use a plugin on some domains to block bots like Ahrefs, Majestic and Moz from indexing your PBN links. 'Link privacy' works well, for diversification you should block the bots in your .htaccess file on the other domains. Don't block the Google bot for obvious reasons.
     
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    Honestly I feel that static (as long as they aren't all by the same theme producer) are probably less fishy than Wordpress on average because most people don't know how to set up their Wordpress uniquely enough to leave zero footprints. For a small network its a moot point though, probably. Google isn't going to figure out a pattern across 20 sites unless you leave major mistakes. Its when a network hits 100+ that it gets sticky.

    -ThopHayt
     
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  7. MikeyMikey13

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    301 to homepage is never a good idea. Just rebuild the page, then 301 the old link to the new one. This will also help keep the site looking natural, and keep people engage if they find the content they wanted, for example if they came from Wiki
     
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    I use jekyll for my static sites and there are thousands of themes. Makes it all pretty simple, and the simple is better when it comes to maintenance.
     
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    Your footprints are:

    -Dropped domains on all sites and possibly all have new owner in short time period
    -Fake social media profiles on all sites
    -Cheap hosting on all sites
    -Wordpress on all sites

    Putting this all together will make you look supicious. If I can find this link profile unnatural, then Google will surely do. Use your own brains its best tool you can get.
     
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    I never heard mor stupid thing. Google isn't a God! Just make it and it will work. Even when you link all them but with head not like link wheel. Make chaos :)
     
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    Why would dropped domain names be an issue?

    What do you mean Fake social media profiles? They all have activity.

    Cheap hosting? Who cares? I didnt say SEO hosting

    What is wrong with wordpress? What percentage of blogs are wordpress?
     
  13. john783

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    Your whois info owner has fake accounts, thats not good.
    One thing from footprints I said doesnt make you look suspicious, but when you put them all together then there is problem.
    Think about what is theoretically possibibility that one website has that kind of backlink profile combination.

    Green eyes on humans is normal. Human with long brown hair is normal. But If you have 10 friends who has same hair style, same color eyes, same weight and height, same shoes and theyr name is Tommy. That would be very unnatural. Do you see what im trying to say?

    Use your own brains and dont listen these wannabe ceo gurus here. If you are going to do it in way you said, then try to mix everything as much as possible.
     
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    You're on a good path. Doing all of these you will get some experience and learn what to do and what not to do. But great plan overall.
     
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    John,

    Every person comes from Fake name Generator. Or i use white pages to gather name and associated address. But not every person is Tommy. I might have a Tommy Patton in Georgia, Then have a Frank Bronson in Seattle, then a Chris Garret in California, then a Kristy Swanson in the UK, etc. Not every person is the same.
     
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    Sorry I cant follow what you said.

    If your website has quality backlinks (private blog network) AND if they all have same pattern, then google surely knows there is something suspicious. If I can see it, Google will surely know. Im just average noob here. But google is multi million dollar company that has surely intelligent people in work. They know what is natural and what is not natural. Think about it.
     
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    If it's a contact page or something then sure, I would never recommend using content from the original website on the same domain though. If the previous owner finds out you're roasted.
     
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    May I ask how do you pay for the domains?
     
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    U WOT M8?
    Isn't cheap hosting what everyone is looking for?

    The problem is, real people have hard time telling what's real and what's not. So, how are you going to learn a bot to detect it with a very small margin of error?
     
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    Blocking those bots is a must if you want to avoid competitors wreaking havoc on your PBN. Even then, there are ways for them to sniff your blogs out. Typically it has to do with similarities and patterns in your content, hosting, strategies/optimization, and etc.
     
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