Best Hosting Solution for PBN ?

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Hey guys,

I'm building my own PBN for the first time and there are so many different "SEO Hosting" solutions for PBNs like Ip networx, SEO host, SmartSEOHosting, SkynetHosting so on and so forth.

I've heard that anything that has the word "SEO" in their brand is a bad news for PBN's and recently I have heard a bad news from IP Networx that their sites are getting de indexed.

So, i just want to know your opinions. What hosting do you use for your PBNS ?

Do you know of any alternative solution to IP Networx which offer multiple A/B class IP's and is safe for PBN's ?

I was also considering using $1 hosting accounts per PBN so if i have 5 PBNS i may buy 5 $1 hosting accounts for each PBN.

Basically there are so many solutions as I see, but I don't know what's the best.

So, i just want to know which solution is the best and most safest in your opinion ?

I don't want to pay for expensive "SEO HOSTING" and get my PBNs Deindexed.

Thanks for reading.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Stay away from any SEO hosting or hosting that markets that they provide multiple IP addresses under one account. Those are frequently targeted by Google.

    Just buy a separate hosting account for each network site. You can find some good hosting offers at Webhosting Talk. Personally, I have started to stay away from the cheaper hosts. They are attracting too many people building really shoddy networks and increasingly becoming a target for Google in my opinion.
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  • Profile picture of the author inxie
    I know you probably don't want to hear this but I would highly recommend you don't build a PBN.

    It's just a matter of time until Google clamp down on yet another black/grey hat SEO tactic. (I know some people will argue against this, somehow).

    Put it this way, the effort, money and time you put into building a "genuine looking" PBN, could be put into a white-hat strategy that will allow you to sleep easy at night, knowing you won't have to wake up to a tanking analytics report.

    If you're not into thinking long-term when it comes to business, then by all means crack on with it my friend.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by inxie View Post

      I know you probably don't want to hear this but I would highly recommend you don't build a PBN.

      It's just a matter of time until Google clamp down on yet another black/grey hat SEO tactic. (I know some people will argue against this, somehow).

      Put it this way, the effort, money and time you put into building a "genuine looking" PBN, could be put into a white-hat strategy that will allow you to sleep easy at night, knowing you won't have to wake up to a tanking analytics report.

      If you're not into thinking long-term when it comes to business, then by all means crack on with it my friend.
      You are right. Nobody wants to hear it.

      I get why you are saying this though. You just do not know how to do it right, which makes you believe what you are saying is true.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      It doesn't have to be a black/grey hat SEO tactic.

      You could be selling insurance, for instance.
      And you could create a site for car insurance, a great site.
      And you could create a site for home insurance, a great site.
      And you could create a site for workers comp insurance, a great site.
      And link them together, and have a PBN. And it would not be black/grey hat, it would be smart business.
      And the efforts will not be wasted. On the contrary. And you could sleep easy at night, thinking that Google loves you.

      Look at the list Yukon provided it. It ought to assure you that you were wrong about PBN's, that you too could benefit from them.

      Assuming you want to do it right.

      Originally Posted by inxie View Post

      I know you probably don't want to hear this but I would highly recommend you don't build a PBN.

      It's just a matter of time until Google clamp down on yet another black/grey hat SEO tactic. (I know some people will argue against this, somehow).

      Put it this way, the effort, money and time you put into building a "genuine looking" PBN, could be put into a white-hat strategy that will allow you to sleep easy at night, knowing you won't have to wake up to a tanking analytics report.

      If you're not into thinking long-term when it comes to business, then by all means crack on with it my friend.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    I don't get why people think a PBN has to be junk.

    If you look at the majority of authority websites, they all have feeder sites. They don't own just one domain.

    Yes, the same can be done on a small scale.
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  • Profile picture of the author k.freddy
    Google will only clamp down on you if you do a poor job with your network.

    The $1 hosting option you mentioned is the best solution for you since that will give you most uniqueness provided you use a different email address each time you sign up for a separate hosting account. The email sometime will show in SOA records and G can see that.
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  • Profile picture of the author dronehawk
    Avoid seo hosting at all cost. Also those free hosting and $1 hosting which are flooded by cheap PBN sites or churn and burn spam sites unless they ask for an year price eg $12 upfront
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  • Profile picture of the author staffelseo
    My review of ip networx:


    ****Extremely poor service and possibly a scam****

    Here is why:
    I have put in an order for upgrade 3 days ago for 125 ip's but still have not been getting what I paid for.

    Customer support does not answer any of my tickets.

    My friend put in a sales ticket and was answered that they would set her up within an hour, this looks like a scam as even after 3 days they have not answered any of my tickets nor given me the hosting I paid for (125 ip package)

    I have put in nearly 50 tickets and none got answered.

    If you think that is the service you would like to have for your PBn you should go with these guys //sarcasm
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