Question about PBN hosting.

by MrMintyBluez 7 replies
Hey Warriors hopefully someone will give me a little bit of insight on this matter.

When building a personal PBN I've seen multiple resources when searching the web that say you can host your PBN websites on the same server IF you use a CDN such as cloudflare, which "Mask" your actual name servers and IP,

now, for the sites I run they operate on completely different machines ran by totally different companies, however, is this CDN statement true?

Thanks in advance,
Minty
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  • Profile picture of the author enjamulahsan
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  • Profile picture of the author sreejanniyogi
    Wanna give you a massive tip here : Use different Cloudflare/Incapsula accounts for each domains under same hosting. And you are good to go!
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    • Profile picture of the author MrMintyBluez
      Originally Posted by sreejanniyogi View Post

      Wanna give you a massive tip here : Use different Cloudflare/Incapsula accounts for each domains under same hosting. And you are good to go!
      Thanks, yeah would create different accounts for each domain, but im still pretty skeptical
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  • Profile picture of the author multiplecloud
    But all ip owner will be "cloudflare"

    So i suggest to mix them up with other method. Diversify ip owner is a must
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonny2spoons
    I use easy blog networks to host and manage my pbn's and just forget about it. The owner is very smart at identifying and hiding any potential footprints
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by Jonny2spoons View Post

      I use easy blog networks to host and manage my pbn's and just forget about it. The owner is very smart at identifying and hiding any potential footprints
      That is a horrible idea. They are the equivalent of an SEO host. You might as well put a big red neon light on your domains announcing to Google that they are part of a network.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jonny2spoons
        Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

        That is a horrible idea. They are the equivalent of an SEO host. You might as well put a big red neon light on your domains announcing to Google that they are part of a network.
        They use cloud hosting such as Amazon, Digital Ocean and Rackspace so I'm not sure I agree with you. You're right in so much that any collective pbn hosting makes you more of a target. That's why I only host 50 of my pbns with them. Losing them is a risk I'm willing to take considering just how easy they are to manage.

        For belt and braces I'm testing reverse proxy hosting. It seems to be reliable and scalable. I'm hoping to write a method on this soon if I can easily manage 200+ pbns this way.
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  • Profile picture of the author namdas
    I think using CDNs is a good way to go for most people, whether with Cloudflare or another CDN such as Incapsula or Cloudfront - but you do need to be sure your sites are only accessible via the CDN and not directly indexable.
    It's true EBN do spread themselves between different quality hosts which is a definite improvement on most seo hosts, but they still suffer from the same problem of multiple PBNs sharing the same IP. I think spreading your domains around is the best strategy.
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