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TLDs & IPs of the PBN : Should they match ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by TayaX, May 13, 2015.

  1. TayaX

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    Hey guys,

    I'm in the process of building my own PBN in order to get some quality juice. I have some concern tho, because I want to make no mistake; So I have a few questions that may clarify my decisions.

    - I own a dedicated server & my own DNS with BIND. Are the failover IP added to my server (up to 16) will be secure enough for new domains added on it ? or should I use other DNS services ?
    - I have the choice for the country for my IPs. Would it be a problem if I take a UK domain with an Austrian IP ?
    - I currently have one good domain already on one IP. Can i switch it to another IP without burning both of them ?

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    - May I use those domain as micro niche sites too ? If I can find some affiliates products to put on .


    Thanks in advance.
     
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    1. I wouldnt add all your domains on the same subnet/class C/D range - it's best to have them spread out to be safe, if you can do that on your dedicated server, you're good
    2. It's not uncommon for a comapny to try to get a good deal on a hosting package, not necessarily in the same country - you're good there
    3. Sure you can

    4. It's better if you use them as standalone sites/mini sites
     
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  3. TayaX

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    Thank you for the answers;
    To go more deeply in details, I have unique Class A IP's. My concern is mainly about the server own DNS. Since i'm using Linux/CentOS -> BIND DNS I wonder if that can leave footprints; It would be cool if I could check that with 2 Ips already.