PBN domains and Hosting?

by kaytav
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Hi guys ,

I am looking for hosting providers to use for PBN

Also any good domain sellers / brokers / venders ?

I need to create my on PBN ...








Thanks
#domains #hosting #pbn
  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Go to the shared hosting offers section of WebHostingTalk.com.
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    • Profile picture of the author kaytav
      Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

      Go to the shared hosting offers section of WebHostingTalk.com.
      Its already too much popular and i think its gonna next hunt for google
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      • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
        Originally Posted by kaytav View Post

        Its already too much popular and i think its gonna next hunt for google
        There are hundreds of hosts that advertise on there. You think they are all going to get targeted by Google just because they run an ad in a forum?
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        • Profile picture of the author kaytav
          Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

          There are hundreds of hosts that advertise on there. You think they are all going to get targeted by Google just because they run an ad in a forum?
          I have already seen many PBN's which were on cheap hosts (all from WHT) got deindexed ...

          I am looking for is some more good and reliable hosts , might some big list of hosting providers will help ...

          Also trying to get sources of domains
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          • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
            Originally Posted by kaytav View Post

            I have already seen many PBN's which were on cheap hosts (all from WHT) got deindexed ...
            Web hosting talk has just about every host mentioned on there at some point so you are connecting things that cannot be connected. I have hosts that are mentioned and a few even advertised there and there has been no unusual deindexing.

            Also trying to get sources of domains
            PM me if you are looking for domains. You will pay through your nose if you are using auctions
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          • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
            Originally Posted by kaytav View Post

            I have already seen many PBN's which were on cheap hosts (all from WHT) got deindexed ...

            I am looking for is some more good and reliable hosts , might some big list of hosting providers will help ...

            Also trying to get sources of domains
            It's not all just cheap hosts at WHT. There are a lot of "premium" hosts there too with specials.

            Hawk Host
            Stable Host
            iPage
            Geek Host
            WebHosting Buzz

            Just to name a few.
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            • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
              Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

              It's not all just cheap hosts at WHT. There are a lot of "premium" hosts there too with specials.

              Hawk Host
              Stable Host
              iPage
              Geek Host
              WebHosting Buzz

              Just to name a few.
              Yep. theres even premium hosts there too. I think what the OP is talking about is the unfortunate reality that no matter who you host with if you get put on a box with alot of other PBNs you might get squashed if you have an obvious PBN as well.
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              • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
                Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

                Yep. theres even premium hosts there too. I think what the OP is talking about is the unfortunate reality that no matter who you host with if you get put on a box with alot of other PBNs you might get squashed if you have an obvious PBN as well.

                Then don't have an obvious PBN. Problem solved.

                I get what you are saying though.
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                • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
                  Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

                  Then don't have an obvious PBN. Problem solved.
                  Yep that was the point I was making. Its not all a hosting issue why sites get deindexed. Content is probably the number one thing when you are on a shared environment (as opposed to SEO hosting). I know you have that covered in your course.
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                  • Profile picture of the author altesino
                    Thanks for the additional hosts. You provided a couple new ones. BTW - I'm curious how many domains people are placing on each account/host?

                    I'm currently keeping it to about 5.
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                    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
                      Originally Posted by altesino View Post

                      Thanks for the additional hosts. You provided a couple new ones. BTW - I'm curious how many domains people are placing on each account/host?

                      I'm currently keeping it to about 5.
                      1 per niche.

                      If I am in 3 completely different, unrelated niches, I don't mind putting 3 domains on the same hosting account.

                      If they are related in any way at all though and might share some link patterns, I put them on different hosts.

                      One exception being with some of the popular hosts. Like Hawk Host, I might come back to 4 months later and open a second account. By then they have sold out the server the previous site is on, and I will be on a new server.
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                      • Profile picture of the author Kevin Maguire
                        Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

                        1 per niche.
                        Wondering what your thought's are on working in larger "markets" so to speak, with say multiple "niches" covered under 1 main site. Would you feel hosting more then one site per account if their focus was on completely different products/pages etc.. but within the same market.

                        Example

                        Main site: General Weightloss with multiple product pages.

                        Network site 1 dedicated to 1 specific product with links to that specific main site page.
                        Network site 2 dedicated to a different product with links to that specific main site page.

                        I always look to monetize my sites through same market affi products. On some level I feel it discourages reporting from competitors when you have links to their site within your network. And it's not unusual for an affiliate to have more then one site, and not unusual to have them on the same host either.

                        On some of the more expensive hosts I'd be inclined to do this. If the extra IP is available I would pay and split them that way at least. I wouldn't go over 2 sites per account though, and it's less then 10% of hosts also.

                        But still, I've never had any issues with it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Maguire
    As others have mentioned.
    There's hosting lists all over.
    Probably more hosting companies out there then members of this forum.

    Here's a directory type site with hosting companies listed.
    Eurhos.com: European Hosting Review | Find Web Host in Europe

    Some big some small.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Basically my feeling is if the sites are going to have any OBL to the same sites, I want them on separate hosts.

    For an extra $20-40/yr, I just don't think it is worth the risk.

    Truthfully, if you are building kickass network sites there is no reason they should get de-indexed by Google at all.

    From a business perspective, I just like to minimize my risk.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kevin Maguire
      Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

      For an extra $20-40/yr, I just don't think it is worth the risk.
      Alot of sites are on vps @$20+ a month, but I get your point. Cloud hosting also, as you mentioned in your course. I'm working on a big project and would like everything on vps if I could. But the temptation is always there to increase that percentage.

      Most of my sites do make money, one or two over $500pm. So whoever is visiting them, seems to think they look legit enough. I do add an extra layer of relevancy though, to sites that may rank and get traffic. All depends on how they appear, like you said.
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  • Profile picture of the author timpears
    Don't a lot of those cheap hosts, resellers, have the same IP address as the bigger sites as they just resell those IP addresses over and over?
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by timpears View Post

      Don't a lot of those cheap hosts, resellers, have the same IP address as the bigger sites as they just resell those IP addresses over and over?
      In many cases, yes they do. As long as you are tracking your IP's though, it is not a problem. If you buy a duplicate one, you just cancel it and move on or switch the domain you were going to host there to a domain that is a part of a different network (if you maintain more than one network).
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      • Profile picture of the author altesino
        I use unique personal information for each host as I believe most people do. I've started getting some hosts kick back my sign-ups as the personal information I give doesn't match the paypal account.

        Is this an issue for others or just a couple outliers?
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        PM to Guest post on Buzzfeed style 5 year old site. DA 38 / PR 4 / 300+ linking domains.
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        • Profile picture of the author Kevin Maguire
          Originally Posted by altesino View Post

          I use unique personal information for each host as I believe most people do. I've started getting some hosts kick back my sign-ups as the personal information I give doesn't match the paypal account.

          Is this an issue for others or just a couple outliers?
          What does the information you give the hosting provider have to do with anything?
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  • Profile picture of the author solosolo
    Ninehost is a good option, that could host 20+ domain. Reseller package. Highly recommended
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    • Profile picture of the author Sangfroid
      Liquid Web - - - good but not cheap
      Namecheap - - seems good, not too pricey.


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