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Tier 1 Alternative

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by qlithe, Mar 31, 2014.

  1. qlithe

    qlithe Power Member

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    So I'm getting pretty tired of creating Web 2.0's, maintaining them and still getting them removed for every site I'm trying to rank. I was thinking of buying 10 fresh domains, spread them out on different 1$ hostings and use them all as multi-niche sites.

    Is this just as viable (if not more) as using Web 2.0's?
    Can I easily just add one post per site to get myself 10 stable T1s for every new site I'm trying to rank?
    I assume I'll need Privacy Protection on every domain? Is purchasing all domains on the same GoDaddy account safe?
     
  2. ComputerJunkie

    ComputerJunkie Regular Member

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    Thats called a private blog network, yes thats a good strategy but you'll want more than just 10 domains. Deffo worth it though.

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  3. ezines

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    Go for your very own PBN(private blog network). Make it good as the websites in your network could be a potential earners as well provided they're done well.
     
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    Private blog network is the way to go. Just make sure you host them on a different C Block. Also, try to use different CMS's such as wordpress, Joomla, Flat HTML etc.
     
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    datomcat Newbie

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    You've essentially described the start of your own Private Blog Network, while you must do your best to hide the fact that you are the owner of all 10 domains there are some free services to help steer your choice of providers.

    http://trends.builtwith.com/ns (then click 'The Entire Internet' option from the right) this shows you that 32% of "the Internet" uses GoDaddy for their DNS and likely their domain registration too.

    http://trends.builtwith.com/hosting (then click 'The Entire Internet' option from the right again) you can see that GoDaddy also hosts 23% of all internet sites crawled by BuiltWith.

    So if 1/3rd of your domains are with GoDaddy, and 2/3rds are with other smaller providers you'll blend right into the average for the entire Internet. :)
     
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  6. mickyfu

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    I would buy ten aged domains, not fresh.
     
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  7. ComputerJunkie

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    wow mate, some great observational skill there sherlock!

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  8. FBGuru

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    Yes of course. It's even much better than web 2.0's.

    Yeah that's how it works. You make a single post on each Tier 1 domain's with a backlink to the site that you're trying to rank.

    You can go with whichever registry you're comfortable with, but I'd spread it across 5 different registries at the rate of 2 domains per accounts in order to avoid possible footprint. Yes Privacy Protection is a must and also don't register all the domains on a single day which is also a major footprint even if you have privacy protection.

    Instead of going with brand new domains with 0 authority, I'd go with expired PR1/PR2 domains which you can find easily and buy for the same price of a new domain. Make sure to properly analyze the expired domain's authority if you were to go in this route. There are so many threads available here that shows you how to build your own private blog network. I'd personally suggest you to block all the major backlink crawling bots through your .htaccess across your network.
     
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  9. qlithe

    qlithe Power Member

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    Yeah I'll definitely let the number increase over time, but 10 must definitely be enough for some KWs? I mean you can rank with 10 Web 2.0's.

    What is a C Block?
     
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    Sounds like you are formulating a nice plan.
    I have often thought about building a private network as well.

    interested to hear how you get on, if it goes ahead.
     
  11. qlithe

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    Well that was my first intention. But when you buy an expired domain you have to pay the full 15$ for a .com - compared to a fresh domain which you get for a buck or two..

    Since I only want to use inner-pages, does the DA/Domain PR really give that much power to the articles?
     
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    The term C Block in SEO is used to refer the IP Addresses of your hosting provider. Let's say your first hosting account has 192.168.1.1 as their IP and the second hosting account has 192.168.3.2. These are nearly identical, thus should be avoided if you're planning to build your private blog network. You've to do a little research and maybe submit a support ticket with the hosting provider requesting on what IP's will you be hosted on their shared hosting.

    P.S : All the IP's mentioned above are just to give you an idea and should not be confused with the IP's that you need.
     
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    I buy my domain for $8-$9 at namesilo and internetbs with free privacy. You should check them out if you're buying domains for $15 at godaddy. Most of the PBN's that you see in BHW marketplace will publish your post on homepage which has high DA/PA and PR as well. They have like 10-15 posts on the homepage to get the maximum link juice. Your link network is basically worthless unless you put up your links on the homepage or maybe in the footer/blogroll which is a serious footprint that should be avoided.
     
  15. qlithe

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    Fresh domains, yes. I'm talking about buying a GoDaddy auction.

    I only want to use them for T1 and use GSA on them.
     
  16. FBGuru

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    You could start out with this domain which is available for sale on name.com's expired domains deal for $11.99. It's a PR1 domain with 13 DA.

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    I'm learning something new today :) Never thought about blending in like this.
     
  18. shah88

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    Yeah! aged domains are best. Best for private blog network and best for Ad-sense. But first check that those are not parked domains.
     
  19. sandythelady

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    Yes, your own domains would be the way to go, start with ten then keep growing.
     
  20. JournoNick

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    Just a quick question here to clear some air. Buying high pr "deleted domains" is basically the same as buying high pr "expired domains" from auction? A pr 4 expired domain can sell for as high as $10k or more, but a pr 4 deleted domain sells for retail price of a freshie.