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What would be the "safest" PBN ever?

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  1. SafePBN

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    Hi guys,

    What in your opinion would be the safest PBN ever? As in what would have the least chances of being de-indexed and also passing manual review?

    My planned strategy is:
    • Buy only great quality PBNs AT AUCTION in same niche, preferably with keywords relating to it.
    • No bot blocker (PBN will look like a real site)
    • Create Facebook, pinterest, twitter and instagram profiles, post to each as a new blog is released.
    • One new blog every month until @ 15/20 blogs. (money site link always on homepage)
    • Genuine high quality content (using a writer who thinks these are guest posts)
    • Privacy, terms, cookies
    • working contact page
    • Author persona created with backstory
    • drip feed comments on blogs every so often
    • Optimise to try and rank for long tail kw, to get a little traffic

    I have built many PBNs in the past, most outsourcing the design to someone who also adds the content etc. The website looks good but obviously, it's a PBN. I have real businesses and don't want to lose it all over a few crappy PBNs.

    Let me know what you think, I understand the cost is higher but I'm after long term success, not a quick win before my PBN is caught out.
     
  2. I know SEO

    I know SEO Marketplace Mod Moderator

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    IMO, buying existing sites, not changing whois (preferably including the registrar account with the sale so no changes happen at all) with minimal changes to the content and regular updates going forward.

    It's possible... If you think about the number of bloggers there are that publish that 1 post that went viral on reddit and then quit blogging 2 years later there must be 1000's of these out there.
     
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  3. SafePBN

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    That's a great idea! I never thought of doing that, it would definitely save time on the setup stage and the initial content to be added to the website. Thank you for the advice :)
     
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    The safest PBN are Money Sites.

    Instead of making 15-20 PBN's, try to make 15-20 money sites, just like the one you are trying to promote.
     
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    Good luck with that. It's already hard enough to find decent PBN domains at auction, imagine niche/keyword related.

    @I know SEO is right. Flippa is a decent place to start your research. If you find a site in your niche with little to no revenue but a great link profile, chances are you'll end up winning the auction because a site with a decent link profile with little revenue is worth more to you than any other buyers who's just looking to make a passive income
     
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    Very interesting @I know SEO and thanks for the tip :D

    So what we can do is to actually buy websites with decent authority/metrics before they are listed in auctions, right? For that bit of R & D will definitely go and as @LuckyCharm007 said platforms like Flippa can be used for this, so there is no need to use the auction everytime? Just buy the domain as it is with its original content/hosting and registrar info. Correct me If I'm wrong somewhere! :)
     
  7. SafePBN

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    Thank you for the advice @LuckyCharm007 ! I will definitely have a look at Flippa and see what I can get :) I may even take @Mihai1555 's advice and convert these flippa sites into real money sites, but use them as PBNs too!