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TONS of my PBN Getting Deindexed... HELP PLEASE

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by charlesmacneil55, Aug 16, 2014.

  1. charlesmacneil55

    charlesmacneil55 Newbie

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    Hello
    I have a large 100+ PBN that keeps losing sites, every day, for the last week.
    I realize there is an update going on
    But how are they finding my sites?
    I have privacy on.

    Someone recently told me I Need a seperate registrar account for EVERY domain.

    Is this true?
     
  2. tony_d

    tony_d Elite Member

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    Do they all have similar link footprints? The most likely scenario is that a competitor has reported you and they (Google) have investigated your links...
     
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  3. clonr

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    There's a thread on BHU about it, pretty much finding a cheap hosts IP, finding all sites on the server, filtering and then reviewing manually.

    Since no footprints were left by the OP on BHU, that was what it came down to (since some were deindexed and some weren't).

    OP, I have almost 400 sites on my PBN and none have been deindexed. Don't pay $xxx for a domain and then spend $0.99 per month on hosting.

    tl;dr don't be a cheapass
     
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    blackhaterzz Newbie

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    I thought in order for a PBN to work properly, you should have each one on a different IP ! and not to leave footprint ofc.
     
  5. SeanAustin

    SeanAustin Power Member

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    Sorry to hear that! Without knowing much info, the best thing you can do is some more research on what a perfect pbn looks like and then try to
    see where you went wrong
     
  6. charlesmacneil55

    charlesmacneil55 Newbie

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    Everything has private whois, located on diff IPs, the whole enchilada.

    But I definitely did it on cheap hosting.

    1.) What is BHU and can you show me this post?
    2.) Have you heard about having stuff in actual different registrar accounts? So not only diff IPs, but also differnt REGISTRAR accounts. I heard there is a number where G can look this up. LIke they can see that 50 domains are all on one registrar, clumped together. Has anyone heard this? So the trick is to have it all split up on many godaddy accounts, namecheap accounts, etc.
    3.) I dont think a competitor ratted me out because I am in a weird niche.
     
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  7. clonr

    clonr Registered Member

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    Well, it's filtered by the filter here. It's created by Gorang, a member here.
     
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    Well that's discouraging. I was planning to build my PBN using Nick Flame's method. It's pretty cheap since all domains are in one registrar, just different C-class IP's. But now it looks a bit risky. Any more ideas?
     
  9. InsanelySane

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    I really hope that is not the case. There are SEO's who are very at ease claiming that google is not hunting you down and that you don't need to be in fear or do much besides different c-blocks and private whois. Then theres the guys at BHU that think google is invading there browser and matt cutts keylogging everything they type in to find there pbns.

    In reality almost everything is a foot print.

    1) Using cheap hosts = footprint
    2) Using reseller accounts like host9 = footprint
    3) Private whois = footprint
    4) (No ones seems to be concerned with this now, but will be soon) -- having the same group of PBNs linking to different money sites all on the same server = imo huge footprint
    5) even rebuilding a site on an old domain = footprint
    6) Linking to affiliate/amazon sites = footprint

    Honestly, unless you have real aged sites on 8$/month hosting linking to other real sites -- everything is a footprint
     
  10. InsanelySane

    InsanelySane Power Member

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    clonr you actually paid 40$ a month to gorang for his forum -- lulz
     
  11. clonr

    clonr Registered Member

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    Well, you definitely need a better sense of humor. I made that money back the next morning along with a whole lot more from French leads. You're paying for knowledge.
     
  12. gossapril

    gossapril Junior Member

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    I lost 20+ PBN because of Google deindex. It seems google updated something.
     
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    whois hits, linking pbn with over a dozen per batch, class c and proxy blacklist (around 5 hours), dns giveaway, protect info is 10$ per site, so your info is probably out in the open, redirects 301 and 302 giveaway, obl to a nonprotected and unmasked site of yours that subnets your whole network, shared hosting, hmmm cant think of anything else
     
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    Wow you had me scared for a second, just had to check all my sites to make sure they're indexed. I personally don't think it's the hosting. I know guys with 5 figure PBN's and they still throw all their shit on cheap hosting. You prob. got reported and now they're investigating it manually.
     
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    Call me a conspiracy theorist but could the OP be fishing for information to use against PBN owners?

    2 posts?

    I'm not so trusting these days with newbies popping off with such questions.

    No apologies either....

    I'm just saying.
     
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    lmao .. great post newbie
     
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    argh. Google planting sleeper cells inside bhw :)

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  18. intruder2600

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    I have a huge PBN and it's fine for now, but:
    - don't check it with site: command every day
    - they start to check if number of subpages is growing to fast and it's larger then... I think 500
    - number of outbound links is larger then nuber of subpages
     
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    Just keep adding content on a regular basis and don't be retarded when linking...
     
  20. Lares

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    Uff, i have 50 websites in my PBN and just checked them. 4 of them deindexed. I dont know if they got deindexed this week or sooner. But i am getting worried... Rankings are still up atm.