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What is cost of such private blog network?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by alecsander, Jan 8, 2017.

  1. alecsander

    alecsander Newbie

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    I found website with baclinks from 50 domains like:
    wisdomloan.com
    brightsideloan.com
    it seems they are visible only for bots.

    Every domain has different IP. And may be generated content.

    Where can I find service of creating and placing such blog network?

    How much it will cost?
     
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  2. alecsander

    alecsander Newbie

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    Can anybody suggest something?
     
  3. Nargil

    Nargil Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Those domains you posted there are utter crap. One has 1RD the other like 5RD, they are completely useless to be honest. You don't want that kind of a network.

    If you want a network from 50 decent domains, then:

    50 domains at least $20 a piece = $1K
    Yearly hosting of 50 domains, around $110 a month at EBN = $1300
    Content, at least $20 per site = $1000
    Domain registration costs = $500
    Plus, considering you can't make it yourself, you will have to pay someone to do that so that's at least $1500

    There you go
     
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  4. GVSET001

    GVSET001 Regular Member

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    Good pbn creation service will cost around 1200usd for 10 domains
     
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  5. codeman1234

    codeman1234 Power Member

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    I can do it for you for a price, pm if interested.
     
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  6. terrycody

    terrycody Supreme Member

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    This is so call PBN network, the most cheap way to do it is choose cheap hostings, buy cheap expired domains, hand write articles yourself, use coupons to register domains (with multiple accounts), I cant estimate the total costing as its hard to calculate.

    But when you care money less, the normal price is go as above said.
     
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  7. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    The cheapest I've ever set up a good private network was 51 sites for just under $4000 that included buying just under 30 of the domains (the rest were new) a years hosting for each site (49 different hosts) using an assortment of CMS (not just Wordpress - but all free CMS) and spending 9 months doing it putting up 1 or 2 sites a week. Wrote all my own articles (using speech to text - like this)

    The second year has benefits and disadvantages, The hosting costs go up as I relied on introductory offers in year one. Far cheaper to buy a years hosting all at once than pay monthly if you can afford it. There are some great sub $50 a year deals if you pay all at once. It's normally a little over $50 per site if you pay monthly. Year one I averaged under ~$30 per site due to taking introductory offers. Creating and indexing new content is a PITA. Each site gets something about once a month in terms of content and link love. Some I write (essp if it relates to some specific changes on the products advertised on the money site) other times I'll outsource to IWriter. I do that as little as possible, but probably outsource 5 or 6 articles a month.

    My point?

    Set up is the start. Content ages in most niches so setting up a PBN with 4 posts per blog and expecting it do well in 3 or 4 years - in some very static niches it might be ok, in most it's a constnat plate spinning of adding new content.
    Then there are domain registry and hosting costs plus any other creatives you want (branding - I use FIverr for that normally)
    50 is probably a bit much if it's your first PBN, but I wouldn't go for less than 20, preferably 25. If you pay monthly and only buy the hosting and domains as you build them, and spend say 6 months building them you could conceivably spend a couple of hundred dollars a month for 6 months and end up with a very good smallish PBN.

    I have had built for me by third party PBN building services. All three were f$cking terrible - In 2 cases I got the logins and took the outbound links out as soon as I saw what a f%cking horrible badly produced pile of crap it was. I won't buy PBN's from services any more. Not sure there are any services that do a good job. Might be, but I won't gambling on one again.
     
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  8. clarkxie

    clarkxie Junior Member

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    personally, I pay for pbn post. as it take costs a lot.
     
  9. hootsparta

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    Hello @alecsander,

    I can help you with the Good Domains at best rates in the market, Kindly PM me if you are interested.

     
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    @Scritty When you outsource that new content to IWriter, what quality do you choose (Standard, Premium, Elite or Elite Plus)? And how good are the articles?
     
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    In my experience the second and third year are what it's all about, older links get stronger. More content makes the site stronger. One of the MANY reason paid PBN links aren't so great is because many of them DON'T renew after year one and you lose your link and they never get old and strong.

    IMHO paying for "normal" hosting that real sites would use is also key. Spreading your network out over many non-"seo hosts" is what I try to do. Then again I rarely build 50 sites at once because I do my building for my own use and don't want the footprint.

    -ThopHayt
     
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