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[Tutorial] Easily Build & Manage High Authority Web 2.0 Blog Networks - PBN Alternative

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by randomzeus, Oct 16, 2015.

  1. randomzeus

    randomzeus Regular Member

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    If you do not have the capital or time to create and manage your own private blog network, this tutorial will give you an alternative. While a Web 2.0 blog network cannot, in most cases, compete with a PBN in terms of power, it can be built and managed much easier and will cost you much less. I show you how you can build such a Web 2.0 network and then create a high quality link building campaign using GSA Search Engine Ranker and FCS Networker.


    Hope this helps out some people on a budget out there.

    http://www.inetsolutions.org/easily-build-manage-high-authority-web-2-0-blog-networks/


    Regards!
     
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  2. christmasishere

    christmasishere Newbie

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    Thanks for this link, it's a good read. I just have to buy gsa and I should be good to go.
     
  3. davids355

    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Nice guide buddy, thanks.
     
  4. ShaneKDA

    ShaneKDA Newbie

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    Good read, have you tested their keyword ranking potential?
     
  5. frankcastle1

    frankcastle1 Newbie

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    Sorry for the noob question but what is the difference between PBN and a 2.0 Blog Network?
     
  6. jack81

    jack81 Regular Member

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    Good info but PBNs links are stronger than those newly built Web 2.0 blogs. Its better to have 20 strong PBNs than 200 web 2.0s