Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by eral123, May 28, 2017.
Can this be a risk? I'm looking for cheap hostings and it looks like shared hosting is the cheapest
Yes you can do it. Only problem is, don't go for the cheapest hosts ( few $/year) because they are normally unreliable and your sites have lot of downtime.
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From my readings, yes it is fine to use shared hosting. However, I would suggest when building your PBN to switch it up here and there. Use shared hosting for some sites and then use normal hosting for others. Just to be on the safe side.
A PBN must look natural or you'll get busted. If all sites are on the same host that's a big red flag.
Just use the larger shard hosts and you should be fine. This will mean you're PBN's are hosted on servers with other natural money sites.
You can use CDN service like cloudflare to hide your PBN real server Ip
for PBN use cloud hosting its good for PBN site
I would not risk my PBNs with shared hosting.
Yes you can use shared hosting for PBNs. Just don't host all websites on one account. Diversify.
Yes you can use shared hosting, I do have a couple of PBN sites on shared.
I also use and prefer the service set as my homepage link, as it's easier to manage and quicker.
Search for shared hostings that exist longer then an year.
I heard that shared PBN hosting will cause footprint hugely. Isn't it? Any one can clear my doubt here?
Shared hosting is fine if you have few domains and given they are reputable providers. If you have a huge number of sites, best practice in PBN is to diversify your hosting.
Not quite. Do not do it. Shared hosting is shit. Not only do they not guarantee you the RAM and CPU, but they can be as vulnerable as fuck. Don't do it as you can have an unmanaged vps for almost the same price. Digital ocean/amazon are good providers for those.
Like others said, using shared is fine, just make sure that you arent using those $1 hosts. Here is how I think of it, its better to spend some extra money now and be safer in the long run.
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