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To build PBN's is necessary to host in worlwide hostings or you can host them on local hosting?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cmghostbuster, Dec 30, 2017.

  1. cmghostbuster

    cmghostbuster Junior Member

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    Hy,

    I want to try create a small pbn. I have 6 domains and i want to host each one on a different hosting account.

    So 6 domains , 6 hosting accounts, 6 dedicated ips.

    The problem is that i want to purchase this from the same provider ( because it's cheaper) and also it's a local hosting provider in my country not a global one like hostgator, namecheap...so on.


    Also is there any problem if i login in my hosting accounts from the same ip?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Panther28

    Panther28 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Its not a problem, you will need a new email and account each time, but you can pay via the same paypal.
    The hosting company shouldn't have a problem with you loggin in from the same ip, your the webmaster, and you manage these sites for each of the users.

    Ideally you want a proper PBN hosting solution, where you can manage everything from the same dashboard. Although its a bit more expensive, its not that much,
    and for what you get, its much more effective for your time, and management.
     
  3. cmghostbuster

    cmghostbuster Junior Member

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    Hi thanks for your message. I have another question and i would love to hear some opinion. What is more important da and pa or tf . For example
    You have 6 domains with example A and 6 with example B. Wich one would create a stronger and better PBN?

    Domain A - Da 33 Pa 44 tf 0 ct 22
    Domain B - Da 22 Pa 35 tf 7 ct 23

    Thanks
     
  4. DeadDuck

    DeadDuck Registered Member

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    To be honest with you, these metrics can be easily manipulated, so I wouldn't trust them for choosing the domains for my PBN. Instead, take a look at the backlink profile, aim for a clean backlink profile with no spam, aim for a clean anchor text profile, domain age, if there are pages that are still indexed, use Wayback Machine to check the past On-Page SEO and maybe the quality of the content.
     
  5. Nargil

    Nargil Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    In regards to metrics, read this - https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/c...osts-metrics-spam-and-niche-relevancy.916518/

    Also, all the metrics you have stated there are not telling at all. However, as a rule of thumb, even if TF is not THAT reliable, I can assure you that TF0 most likely means that the domain is a total crap.
     
  6. cmghostbuster

    cmghostbuster Junior Member

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    Thanks for your answer.
    Thank you!