Want to buy - High PR private blog network

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High guys,

do you know any reliable service or warrior who has an extensive experience with building and selling high PR blog networks ??

Around 7-10 sites PR3,PR4,PR5 that would be aged, not tainted by Penguin/Panda, and in the same niche as my sites.

So far I have found only one guy doing this here on WF, and another one outside the forum, this is unbelievable.
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  • Profile picture of the author nik0
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    I might have something for you soon, but these will be domains that are dropped a long time ago that I picked up for cheap. Not sure if you want such domains, it won't be pr4, pr5 btw, more in the range of pr2, pr3. Just shoot me a pm if you're interested, will have a soft price of few hundred dollar, nothing to crazy.
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    • Profile picture of the author MaroshIS
      Thanks nik0.

      Anybody else ? Can you refer some good service that does this ?
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  • Profile picture of the author capone2009
    You might want to check out SEO Fightback. I'm not a subscriber to their service but this could be what you are looking for.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      PM me MaroshIS

      As many here already know I am heavily involved in SEO networks and build quite a few networks for private users. Also developed the most comprehensive training video course ever developed on how to do it yourself.
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      • Profile picture of the author mego818
        Yo mike what is the name of the video course you created on this topic that you mentioned?
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  • Profile picture of the author SEOMasters
    So Mike?
    Does that mean you can build me one right now?
    If so send me your Skype and we get started
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  • Profile picture of the author RevSEO
    I've built custom networks worth $xxx,xxx

    To be honest, most want to build a private network, but aren't willing to pay what a good network will go for.

    If you have a serious budget, and want a bad ass network feel free to reach out to me.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeWike
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by RevSEO View Post

      I've built custom networks worth ,xxx

      To be honest, most want to build a private network, but aren't willing to pay what a good network will go for.

      If you have a serious budget, and want a bad ass network feel free to reach out to me.

      Well the thing Revseo is that Most Imers and businesses in my experience do not need "Bad ass networks" and they certainly do not need to spend $xxx.xxx.

      Still you have a point. I have had people contact me wanting a high Flying networks with Pr5s and Pr6s and their budget was under a thousand dollars.



      Originally Posted by MikeWike View Post

      Sorry for offtopic, but I'm just curious. What is the average price for private network with 10 domains PR1-PR5?
      No such thing as an average network with 10 domains PR1-5. To put it in perspective a solid Pr5 can cost by itself well over a thousand dollars. Thats the bad news - The good news is that for many serps 10 Pr3s will do you a world of good

      Originally Posted by RevSEO View Post

      Personally, I'd say close to $5k minimum for something decent.
      Again I think you are thinking bigger than most Imers need. You could build a network for half that or even less and rank in ton loads of serps. Now as service providers we would want a lot more than that but individual owner with a few sites? - they can do it for a whole lot less.
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      • Profile picture of the author RevSEO
        Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

        Well the thing Revseo is that Most Imers and businesses in my experience do not need "Bad ass networks" and they certainly do not need to spend .xxx.

        Still you have a point. I have had people contact me wanting a high Flying networks with Pr5s and Pr6s and their budget was under a thousand dollars.
        You are absolutely right Mike. That network was designed for a leading SEO company around two years ago. It's still working wonders for them and they've made their money back time and time again. This specific company has a little over 1,000 clients. So the network had to be powerful, large, and scalable for future growth.

        As you mentioned, all you really need for most sites and personal stuff is a smaller network with PR2-PR4 and it'll give you a good enough boost for most niches.
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        • Profile picture of the author xbluelinks
          Originally Posted by RevSEO View Post

          You are absolutely right Mike. That network was designed for a leading SEO company around two years ago. It's still working wonders for them and they've made their money back time and time again. This specific company has a little over 1,000 clients. So the network had to be powerful, large, and scalable for future growth.
          Does this network have a decay rate? E.g. sites lose backlinks over time etc. Or do you interlink them to stem the decay.

          Similar question to what I pose to Mike above. Wouldn't using the same network over multiple "money sites" (100 clients?) leave a huge foot print?
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        • Profile picture of the author blueorca17
          Originally Posted by RevSEO View Post

          You are absolutely right Mike. That network was designed for a leading SEO company around two years ago. It's still working wonders for them and they've made their money back time and time again. This specific company has a little over 1,000 clients. So the network had to be powerful, large, and scalable for future growth.

          As you mentioned, all you really need for most sites and personal stuff is a smaller network with PR2-PR4 and it'll give you a good enough boost for most niches.
          So is this $5k network PR2-PR4? or Is it more like several PR1's? I ask because I'm considering buying from you if you're selling.... Most of my niches are not that competitive though. Don't need a huge $xxx,xxx network. Maybe later though.

          How many blogs would the $5k network have in it?
          And how many blogs would the $xxx,xxx network have in it?
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          • Profile picture of the author nik0
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            Originally Posted by blueorca17 View Post

            So is this $5k network PR2-PR4? or Is it more like several PR1's? I ask because I'm considering buying from you if you're selling.... Most of my niches are not that competitive though. Don't need a huge ,xxx network. Maybe later though.

            How many blogs would the $5k network have in it?
            And how many blogs would the ,xxx network have in it?
            Originally Posted by MaroshIS View Post

            Thanks nik0.

            Anybody else ? Can you refer some good service that does this ?
            I think Mike's service in his sig link is a pretty good choice for an affordable price. He disabled his sig link here to not come over biased but when you check this other posts you'll find it.

            I'm not into selling domains "yet", might do in the future but definitely not sure yet, I rather rent out links or sell permanent links.
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      • Profile picture of the author DeskCoder
        Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

        The good news is that for many serps 10 Pr3s will do you a world of good
        So about how much will that run? I got one PR3 off GoDaddy ... so it cost me $12 -> $20 with one year of domain reg.

        $200? Or am I just way off?
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        • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
          Originally Posted by DeskCoder View Post

          So about how much will that run? I got one PR3 off GoDaddy ... so it cost me $12 -> $20 with one year of domain reg.

          $200? Or am I just way off?
          Sorry but PR3s for under $50 on Godaddy are usually junk with no backlinks or worse faked. You can ocassionally find a gem but Good PR3s are usually in the $80-$150 range nowadays.

          People make a HUGE mistake just looking at the PR - its the links and whether they will stay in place is the most important thing to know or you are just throwing away cash.
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      • Profile picture of the author xbluelinks
        Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

        No such thing as an average network with 10 domains PR1-5. To put it in perspective a solid Pr5 can cost by itself well over a thousand dollars. Thats the bad news - The good news is that for many serps 10 Pr3s will do you a world of good
        Need your input on this. Can this same 10 domains with PR 1-5 be used on multiple "money sites"? (2 sites? 5 sites? 10sites?) Or will that leave too huge a footprint.

        Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author RevSEO
    Can vary tremendously based on the PR breakdown, hosting design, content generation, etc.

    Personally, I'd say close to $5k minimum for something decent.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheFBGuy
    Originally Posted by MaroshIS View Post

    High guys,

    do you know any reliable service or warrior who has an extensive experience with building and selling high PR blog networks ??

    Around 7-10 sites PR3,PR4,PR5 that would be aged, not tainted by Penguin/Panda, and in the same niche as my sites.

    So far I have found only one guy doing this here on WF, and another one outside the forum, this is unbelievable.
    I honestly don't think you have the budget...
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  • Profile picture of the author showole
    I am interested in blog networks and I wondering in what way you guys can help..please PM me... I cant PM yet
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  • Profile picture of the author Hossain
    I would recommend you to build your own network. If you dont know how to build a network then you can read plenty of threads on this issue already done. If you are too lazy to digg them and read you can learn from experienced SEOs. Mike was offering a service I saw some days ago. You can ask him to get his course materials. Elva is another guy I discussed with him long ago and he knows how to digg and get high PR aged domains. You can PM him too. Even though I didnt see him such a long time. Alternatively search in google. You would see lots of training courses on how to build PBNs. Before jumping in Carefully analyze these courses. Well the reason why Im emphasizing you on learning how to build a PBN is the money you are going to spend for purchasing a network is actually might be double of the original price of the network. So within this amount you can easily learn how to build a network and then you can build a much bigger network for yourself. Also PBNs have limits. Its not purchasing a Swiss hand watch. So learning how to do PBN would be prudent decision than purchasing a network.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Carlin
    Originally Posted by MaroshIS View Post

    High guys,

    do you know any reliable service or warrior who has an extensive experience with building and selling high PR blog networks ??

    Around 7-10 sites PR3,PR4,PR5 that would be aged, not tainted by Penguin/Panda, and in the same niche as my sites.

    So far I have found only one guy doing this here on WF, and another one outside the forum, this is unbelievable.
    Would you be interested in doing that if it costs you $30-$40 is reg fees, and then $97 per month, and it never costing more even though your networks keep and growing at getting new sites, and they're in the same niche?
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by xbluelinks View Post

      Need your input on this. Can this same 10 domains with PR 1-5 be used on multiple "money sites"? (2 sites? 5 sites? 10sites?) Or will that leave too huge a footprint.

      Thanks.
      IF you use all of them on all your money sites then yes it leaves a footprint. PersonallyI don;t go above 15 links on my network sites but I like having more punch and am extra cautious. People thought I was over board before the deindexings - they don;t now

      Originally Posted by Michael Carlin View Post

      Would you be interested in doing that if it costs you $30-$40 is reg fees, and then $97 per month, and it never costing more even though your networks keep and growing at getting new sites, and they're in the same niche?
      Thats alot of smoke to be blowing but I guess given the OP there was bound to be someone trying to blow smoke.
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      • Profile picture of the author Michael Carlin
        Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

        Thats alot of smoke to be blowing but I guess given the OP there was bound to be someone trying to blow smoke.
        Look me up, Mr. Expert. Uninformed opinions are worthless.
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        • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
          Originally Posted by Michael Carlin View Post

          Look me up, Mr. Expert. Uninformed opinions are worthless.

          I don't give a rip who you think you are. Look me up. I never care a rip about what people think of themselves. I just call it like it is based on the content being written and your answer to this criteria

          Around 7-10 sites PR3,PR4,PR5 that would be aged, not tainted by Penguin/Panda, and in the same niche as my sites.
          was pure smoke. Aged domains right out the gate including PR5 for $40 registration and news ones for $97 a month is just pure nonsense.

          your uninformed proposals are worthless. Selling lists/blasting software that are then overrun or made nofollow en masse has nothing to do with getting a ready to go HIgh Pr network for 97 bucks a month

          Can you build over time? sure but its not going to be out the gate with 7-10 sites with PR up to PR5 and thats what the poster asked for not a bait and switch (otherwise known as blowing smoke).
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          • Profile picture of the author Michael Carlin
            Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

            I don't give a rip who you think you are. Look me up. I never care a rip about what people think of themselves. I just call it like it is based on the content being written and your answer to this criteria
            was pure smoke. Aged domains right out the gate including PR5 for $40 registration and news ones for $97 a month is just pure nonsense.
            your uninformed proposals are worthless. Selling lists/blasting software that are then overrun or made nofollow en masse has nothing to do with getting a ready to go HIgh Pr network for 97 bucks a month
            Can you build over time? sure but its not going to be out the gate with 7-10 sites with PR up to PR5 and thats what the poster asked for not a bait and switch (otherwise known as blowing smoke).
            That's a strange attitude. Here's what just happened:

            1. I make a serious suggestion based on the OP.
            2. You say I'm blowing smoke.
            3. I say I'm not, and your opinion is uninformed.
            4. You say my suggestion is not possible and accuse me of selling my email lists.
            I have never sold my lists, I'm not even sure if that's legal. Your outburst is either because you feel threatened by me or by any strategy that is superior to your own, or you simply don't believe me.


            I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume it's because you don't believe me.


            Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

            I just call it like it is based on the content being written.
            Cool, let's stick the facts I'm not interested in sparring with you. Business is facts and figures, let's keep it that way.

            You can buy PR3s for less than $30. I said $40 because sometimes people overpay, and you can also get PR4s for that price. I never buy PR5s because the risk of it dropping PR is higher, and not worth the extra investment.

            There is also a PR cycling effect that can do damage to your SEO. For example, if a site has lots of high PR links from blogs posts on homepages, which then cycle off the page when more posts are added, Google will wonder why that domain gets so many high PR links for such a short time. This is a footprint, and potentially a very dangerous one considering the investment involved in the first place.

            I find that less than 10 high PR links will go a long way, enough to make a full time income when mixed with a decent link profile.

            Anyway, so fact one laid down, you have one PR3-4 domain that cost $40 or less.

            So where do the other blogs come from? We can use a peer to peer blog network. There are many people who want high PR blog links, but cannot afford the expense. I've made a framework where people can do this. It's not the same as BMR or ALN which is one great clump of sites stuck together, living or dying together.

            Peer-to-peer style co-ops are in every industry, from peer-to-peer betting and gambling, to peer-to-peer short term loan and finance networks.

            There is already a huge example of peer-to-peer linking structures in the SEO industry: Synnd. It uses members' social accounts to link to other members. It's a viable, and relatively inexpensive option.

            Our peer to peer networks already have networks of PR2+, and PR4+ (separate from eachother). All you need is one PR4 blog, and a membership which is $97 per month, but I was wrong on this because we're probably lowering it to $67, so you got me! I was wrong, you can do it even cheaper than I originally suggested!

            These blogs are also niche specific, and not sold to members. You can only use these high PR networks if you have a high PR blog to put in, thus protecting its members rather than giving everyone access like other blog networks.

            These are facts, not "uninformed opinions". The old blog networks are dead, we need to keep up with the times and develop new strategies if we're serious about business. Someone earlier said you need $5k... that's ridiculous. You just gotta be creative
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            • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
              Originally Posted by Michael Carlin View Post

              I have never sold my lists, I'm not even sure if that's legal. Your outburst is either because you feel threatened by me or by any strategy that is superior to your own, or you simply don't believe me.
              Mike skip the attempts at psychology and go straight to your simple statement. I am not in the least threatened by you your delusions of grandeur not withstanding. Yes I don't believe you that you can provide an answer of a private network with PR5s out the gate for $40 registration and $97 a month. My goodness man I told you right up front and thats why I said you were blowing smoke. Its no mystery.

              You can buy PR3s for less than $30. I said $40 because sometimes people overpay, and you can also get PR4s for that price. I never buy PR5s because the risk of it dropping PR is higher, and not worth the extra investment.
              Then you proved my point. thanks. The poster was asking about owning a network including PR5s. Go read what you were responding to. When you answer a request without clarifying you are implying you can deliver and as you are now admitting YOU CAN'T at that price. Thats my entire point about blowing smoke. (incidentally the risk of losing PR has nothing to do with the PR5 status of the site but the link profile - where the links are, how old they are and several metrics that tell you whether the links will stick. the idea that the risk of a drop goes up because it s a PR5 is totally fallacious unless you just don't know how to do your homework on domains)

              As for PR3s and PR4s for $30? DO you even know what you are talking about? You don't buy PR3s because they are PR3s you buy them because of the quality of the link profile behind them. You don't have a clue what you are talking about if you claim that you can steadily get PR3s with a great link profile b for $30. that was a long time ago. If you don't buy them with great link profiles the next update you end up with a PR1 OR WORSE.

              I find that less than 10 high PR links will go a long way, enough to make a full time income when mixed with a decent link profile.
              Which has nothing to do with the network the poster was asking about

              Anyway, so fact one laid down, you have one PR3-4 domain that cost $40 or less.
              You have not laid down diddly much less a fact. You've just written that it is so without a shred of evidence. Frankly The idea that PR4s routinely go for $40 marks you as someone who doesn't have a clue about the market or what he is doing.

              There is no standard marketplace where you can routinely pick up good PR4s at $40. For goodness sake weigh in on subjects you know about. People junk up this board no end when they write what they have no clue about . You can claim a private source but thats the number one way people get ripped off in the aged domain high PR game. Private sellers making big claims. Any private seller selling PR4s at $40 is an idiot because the marketplace for Good Pr 4s are in the $100-$400 range (depending again on link profile)

              So where do the other blogs come from? We can use a peer to peer blog network
              See what I was talking about about bait and switch? the person you responded to didn't ask for links in a co-op. they said they wanted their own network and you are now baiting and switching to something entirely different to make your sales pitch in a thread that is not about getting links but getting their own network.

              Our peer to peer networks already have networks of PR2+, and PR4+ (separate from eachother). All you need is one PR4 blog, and a membership which is $97 per month, but I was wrong on this because we're probably lowering it to $67, so you got me! I was wrong, you can do it even cheaper than I originally suggested!
              You are wrong because you are attempting to hijack this thread to advertise what no one is talking about. Read the OP - its about OWNING their own high Pr Network not paying for a link service. Furthermore Peeer to peer networks are neither original nor exempt from leaving HUGE foot prints. People who sign up for those things routinely have low quality sites

              These are facts, not "uninformed opinions". The old blog networks are dead, we need to keep up with the times and develop new strategies if we're serious about business. Someone earlier said you need $5k... that's ridiculous. You just gotta be creative
              Seriously you think that idea is original or new? News flash. You are not the first to think of people putting PR sites into a "pool" so to speak and sorry but they have been just as slapped up as old blog networks regardless of your uninformed opinion that its somehow protected.

              Frankly your idea that people can just go pick up PR4s for $40 is going to make that "peer to peer" network even junkier than previous ones because all you are telling people to do is buy air because theres a PR 4 on it, do a fantastico install of wordpress and line it up for your so called high PR peer network. $40 PR4s tend to have very little links and quiet often zero by the time you set them up so you are paying $40 bucks for something with the same real juice as a new domain or a PR1 and under your guidance you will have a REAL network of junky PR1s soon to be PR0s for which they will be paying $97 per month.

              Mike the only real fact in this thread from you is you do not know what you are talking about. You got a ton load to learn before you can accuse anyone of being uninformed.
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  • Profile picture of the author JoshN
    what you're asking for is expensive. For most some pr2 or p3 links will be more than enough.

    I believe the pr system is base 8, so a pr 1 is 8 times more powerful than a pr0 and so on and so forth.. So its much better to have a few stong links than lots of junk links
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  • Profile picture of the author DizenSounds
    You know I would say forget this idea.....You need an extensive budget and the know how to keep the network running properly.

    Don't invest a ton of money in something you arne't familiar with. This is a recipe for disaster.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Dizen thats a loser's mentality. If People find things that work then they should do the research and learn - not run away because they are not familiar with something

      Many people on here are spending $147 a month on things like Senukex and renting links that they will never own and all that adds up to a few thousand dollars a year with which they could own their own networks.

      Too many people think that its about creating the next BMR or huge networks like that . Just remember when you rent links on a network they are renting it out to ton loads of people. As much as 100 links on the same page. When you own your own you can put ten times less the links so you could potentially have a PR3 domain tht is giving you more juice than a PR4 or even in some cases a PR5

      Originally Posted by DizenSounds View Post

      You know I would say forget this idea.....You need an extensive budget and the know how to keep the network running properly.

      Don't invest a ton of money in something you arne't familiar with. This is a recipe for disaster.
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      • Profile picture of the author DizenSounds
        Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

        Dizen thats a loser's mentality. If People find things that work then they should do the research and learn - not run away because they are not familiar with something

        Many people on here are spending $147 a month on things like Senukex and renting links that they will never own and all that adds up to a few thousand dollars a year with which they could own their own networks.

        Too many people think that its about creating the next BMR or huge networks like that . Just remember when you rent links on a network they are renting it out to ton loads of people. As much as 100 links on the same page. When you own your own you can put ten times less the links so you could potentially have a PR3 domain tht is giving you more juice than a PR4 or even in some cases a PR5
        Right on mike! Keep spreading the good cheer! Maybe you can help them design their networks for them? For a cool fee?

        Again if you want to build a network with any real traction and link juice, more than likely you'll make vital mistakes that will ruin your network. Ask me how I know. Spending 5 figures on a network to have it get deindexed entirely ins't fun. I'll pay $500+/mo. to lose the risk of dealing/managing and setting up another network.

        Again though, maybe someone could buy your ebook on it and never have a problem!:rolleyes:
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        • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
          Originally Posted by DizenSounds View Post

          Again though, maybe someone could buy your ebook on it and never have a problem!:rolleyes:
          :rolleyes: I don't sell an ebook Dizen but nice try


          Again if you want to build a network with any real traction and link juice, more than likely you'll make vital mistakes that will ruin your network.
          Why is that? theres a law of the universe that scientists just discovered? ROFL. People on this board just pull out these "Facts" out of their noses.


          Ask me how I know. Spending 5 figures on a network to have it get deindexed entirely ins't fun. I'll pay $500+/mo. to lose the risk of dealing/managing and setting up another network.
          You do crappy things with your network and it gets deindexed you don't and it stays on. I've yet to hear of one person who ran a network for themselves without renting it out that lost their networks. Face it - you guys did and some still do some bone head stuff like 75 links in spun content all linking to the same sites and renting to anyone who has a paypal account. Maybe you SHOULD have read an ebook first

          If you don't have the budget then it's better to outsource to get your link on small blog networks like mine. You will save lots of money, and time from maintaining them.
          There is some truth to that (except the saving money part - renting will never beat owning in overall spending) if all you have is say $60 a month but its apples and oranges really. Lets break it down -

          Lets say a person has 15 Pr3s in their network (they'll spend that in a year renting easily). How does that stack up?

          Sure you can say its not PR4s and PR5s but alot of the time on networks its all diluted out. 200 links on a PR4 or even some Pr5 isn't going to be better than less than ten on PR3. SO they are going to have

          A) low OBL with surrounding content they completely control where its not so on a rental network
          B) Their links will never roll off the pages with PR where they do with most rental networks
          C) Being truly private they are WAAAAY less likely to be deindexed
          D) They can flow PR into internal pages and maximize the entire sites link potential.
          E) Because the sites are theirs they can multiply their links by doing link exchanges (Parallel not two way)

          SO - apples and oranges. Mind you I know plenty of people who have their own small network and rent too. Its not either or.
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  • Profile picture of the author gearmonkey
    Blog networks are NOT cheap. If you don't have the budget then it's better to outsource to get your link on small blog networks like mine. You will save lots of money, and time from maintaining them.

    Depends on your budget.
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  • Profile picture of the author nik0
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    Wasn't ALN one huge pool of user submitted sites? Just LOL thinking that would be safe.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by nik0 View Post

      Wasn't ALN one huge pool of user submitted sites? Just LOL thinking that would be safe.
      Yep and they came up with that awhile back so why anyone thinks its new is beyond me. Left a HUGE footprint and plenty of sites got hit pretty hard from using it.
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  • Profile picture of the author nik0
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    Exactly the reason why I don't setup any of my high PR domains in the format that all the blog networks used. Instead I use review and bookmark themed sites. With max 10-15 short articles at the homepage that will stay there for at least 4 weeks.

    Much better then posting 30 articles/month that only stay there for 1 day but unfortunately many people still think that more = better.

    I ain't saying this will work forever (although everything is on real shared hosting plans instead of crapp c-class hosting), but even if the sites would get deindexed some day people would only lose a few links which could never lead to a penalty.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Well after receiving several PMs I have to say that most people confirmed RevSEO right. There are some really unrealistic ideas out there where people think they are going to get a bunch of PR4s and even PR5s straight out the gate for a thousand dollars or less.


      One good Pr 4 could end up costing you $200 and much more. A PR 5 could easily cost you by itself $300-$1000. Thinking you are going to be the next BMR with 10-20 of those is just wishful thinking on a one thousand dollar budget.

      Meanwhile if you get your heads out of the cloud you could pick up some PR3s for that and get a really nice boost in most serps. For most people if you ever want to have such a network it can be done but over time not right out the gate and not for a thousand dollars.

      Think smaller beginnings and brighter endings. build over time as your budget expands. Anything else is just fantasy
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  • if you know what your doing then you can pick up pr 5's and pr 6's for under $100 with a lot of high pr backlinks and with high pr inner pages from godaddy.. also you can easily make a network with 15 domains for less then $1000, all depends on how much time and effort you want to put into it and what budget you have.. you should check out link control by shane melaugh..
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by NoobAdsenseWarrior View Post

      if you know what your doing then you can pick up pr 5's and pr 6's for under $100 with a lot of high pr backlinks and with high pr inner pages from godaddy.. also you can easily make a network with 15 domains for less then $1000, all depends on how much time and effort you want to put into it and what budget you have.. you should check out link control by shane melaugh..
      Sorry NoobA but you its you that don't know what you are talking about and you are just spreading total misinformation (like is happening rampantly on this board now). PR5s with lots of solid high PR backlinks and inner pages do not go for under a hundred dollars on Godaddy - that would have been a year or more ago. You'll be lucky to get one for under $500 and PR6s routinely go for twice that and more.

      I am so sure of this ( because I spend almost every day involved in researching domains) that I will send $100 over to your Paypal addy if you show me one good PR5 going for under a hundred dollars that meets what you just said. Don't point me to a faked PR domain or one that has lost its link or one that is being propped up by rental seo networks ( so the links will vanish after you buy it) . Show me one worth something with solid links that have a chance of sticking. If not that PR5 for Even $20 is a total waste of money. It will have no juice and not cause a rise in the serps for the money sites it links to.
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      • Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

        Sorry NoobA but you its you that don't know what you are talking about and you are just spreading total misinformation (like is happening rampantly on this board now). PR5s with lots of solid high PR backlinks and inner pages do not go for under a hundred dollars on Godaddy - that would have been a year or more ago. You'll be lucky to get one for under $500 and PR6s routinely go for twice that and more.

        I am so sure of this ( because I spend almost every day involved in researching domains) that I will send $100 over to your Paypal addy if you show me one good PR5 going for under a hundred dollars that meets what you just said. Don't point me to a faked PR domain or one that has lost its link or one that is being propped up by rental seo networks ( so the links will vanish after you buy it) . Show me one worth something with solid links that have a chance of sticking. If not that PR5 for Even $20 is a total waste of money. It will have no juice and not cause a rise in the serps for the money sites it links to.
        did i say people should take notice of me because im "ANOTHER GURU" no! i simply stated you can get good domains for very good prices on godaddy.. iv just started to build my own network so obv things will go wrong during the process but people have to learn some how.. but iv been able to pick up some good domains with good backlinking history with no drops for fairly cheap.. obv not all high pr some have been pr 3s, and mainly pr 4's

        but hey your the expert why dont you show people how the "EXPERT GURUS" look for good domains on godaddy instead of trying to slate people for making a post..

        BTW how about the examples below granted it might be slightly over the price i said but that took me 5 mins after reading your post to find..

        pr 5: dmoz listed: 1 x pr 5, 11 x pr3, 4 x pr 2 inner pages: on godaddy auction just under two days to go and currently at £135 will go higher obv but not as high as your trying to make out..

        https://auctions.godaddy.com/trpItem...&isc=cjcdplink

        and
        pr 4: 6 x pr 3 inner pages: on godaddy sold for £49 https://auctions.godaddy.com/trpItem...&isc=cjcdplink

        or are these too low qaulity?
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        • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
          Originally Posted by NoobAdsenseWarrior View Post

          did i say people should take notice of me because im "ANOTHER GURU" no! i simply stated you can get good domains for very good prices on godaddy.
          Spare me the anti guru rant. You can't find anywhere me claiming to be a guru. If post or thank count intimidate you thats on you not me. What you said was nonsense and wrong. Period. It only will confuse people so I corrected it . You spoke like you knew what you were talking about and you don't which is what really junks up the board for people trying to get a good sense of things.


          pr 5: dmoz listed: 1 x pr 5, 11 x pr3, 4 x pr 2 inner pages: on godaddy auction just under two days to go and currently at £135 will go higher obv but not as high as your trying to make out..
          See? You have no clue what you are talking about. Anyone with a SMIDGEN of experience in this would know not to look at an auction price with over a day to go as if that represents anything. At present price stands at $211. Over two times what you claimed. Now watch it climb and learrn something instead of mouthing off


          and
          pr 4: 6 x pr 3 inner pages: on godaddy sold for £49 https://auctions.godaddy.com/trpItem...&isc=cjcdplink
          or are these too low qaulity?
          :rolleyes: thats a PR4 not a PR5 or PR6. Even as a PR4 its low quality. it has one PR5 link from one site., A Pr3 no follow and some PR2s and Pr1s. Lose that one PR5 link and it goes down to a PR 2. thats why no one bid more.

          AGAIN. despite all your bluster and hand waving your own examples prove you do not know what you are talking about. You CANNOT routinely get solid PR5s or PR6s with lot s of high PR backlinks for under a $100. Every now and again you can pick up a decent but low end PR4 on godaddy for a hundred but basically your posts on this subject are just full of hot air and you just proved it.
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          • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
            Are you watching Noobad?

            The PR5 domain you were pointing at to show how way off I was on pricing is now at $400+ with still 19 hours to go.

            https://auctions.godaddy.com/trpItem...&isc=cjcdplink

            Maybe you should jump in there and tell the multiple bidders involved that "if they knew what they were doing" they would be getting the PR5 for under a hundred dollars at Godaddy.
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  • Profile picture of the author boxoun
    I just purchased a pr 5 for $400 and pr 3 for $79. Finally understanding how to evaluate backlinks. Just lost a bid for pr 5 at $500. Not cheap!
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by boxoun View Post

      I just purchased a pr 5 for $400 and pr 3 for $79. Finally understanding how to evaluate backlinks. Just lost a bid for pr 5 at $500. Not cheap!
      Yep and meanwhile the Domain auction on Godaddy that Adnoob claimed in five minutes proves I was wrong about pricing now sits at $1500 still with 2hours to go

      I know people think I am just being mean and abrasive but seriously - people rely on these forums to make decisions about their business and how their money is spent - if you don't know what you are talking about just move on to another thread. Don't blow a whole lot of smoke and end up directing people into unrealistic ideas that will only result in failure and waste of their hard earned money. Thats a whole lot meaner.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mantasmo
    Mike, I have paid well over $2000 for strong PR5/6 domains. I built them out as mini-authority websites (they were in my niche) and made my investment back in the first couple months.

    Most PR5's that I track end up going for $1000-$2000 these days. Never < $1000 though. Auction prices skyrocket during the final 5 or so minutes.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by bnetwork View Post

      Mike, I have paid well over $2000 for strong PR5/6 domains. I built them out as mini-authority websites (they were in my niche) and made my investment back in the first couple months.

      Most PR5's that I track end up going for $1000-$2000 these days. Never < $1000 though. Auction prices skyrocket during the final 5 or so minutes.
      Picked up one for a few hundred a couple weeks ago. Doesn't have to be in the thousand range (although yeah the really good ones gofor that on Godaddy) but under a $100 is just being ridiculous. Meanwhile theres a lot of fooling around on that auction. It does have some good backlinks so the games are out in force. Ton load of bids have been withdrawn. Still will go a bit higher than the $400+ it is now despite the games. LOL if not for this thread advertising it I might have jumped in.

      and yeah you make back your investment real quick. People have no idea how powerful those links are. They think thousands of weaker links must beat a few links but they are wrong.
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      • Profile picture of the author unclepennybags
        I am trying to sell a private network that has two pagerank 3s, five pagerank 2s, and a pagerank 1. I am only trying to sell them for $300 total. If you are interested please PM me.
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  • Profile picture of the author marketwarrior06
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    I have used one gig in fiverr. he put my site link in 10 blogs. that's not a big network but wirth it
    if you really want it then you can PM me.
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  • Profile picture of the author greatestmj
    I'm a bit going crazy seeing the kind of prices nowadays. A good PR3 is almost hitting the $200 range. A good PR2 is going over $50-$60. Some good PR5s I have noticed are going crazy above $1000 :/

    Is just godaddy inflated or are the domains just that costly now.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by greatestmj View Post

      I'm a bit going crazy seeing the kind of prices nowadays. A good PR3 is almost hitting the $200 range. A good PR2 is going over $50-$60. Some good PR5s I have noticed are going crazy above $1000 :/

      Is just godaddy inflated or are the domains just that costly now.

      greatestmj check your email in about half an hour. I confused you with another customer and thought I had answered you. Anyway Pr3 for $200 is on the high side. However the market has got more sophisticated and are checking backlinks and buying on that basis so its no longer strictly about PR. A site can be a PR3 with a whole lot of good links that makes it close to a 4 but not quite. In that cases people will pay more. Go by the guideline I am sending you. PR2s I wouldn't go over $50 for but to be honest I don't really fool around with PR2s much anymore.

      Bear in mind that most tests indicate that a step up in PR makes it about 5 times more powerful. SO when you get a good PR3 its like getting 5 PR2s . Get a PR4 its like getting 5 PR3s etc.

      PR5s and up I'd go with Namejet and Snapnames. Just make sure you understand the different process over there. Godaddy is a wild west kind of setup. Since anyone can jump in at any time it only takes two people to bid the domains out of this world. Most of the experienced people there are after PR4s and higher so the guys with the cash come into play pretty strong as you go up from there.

      I did get a PR5 there a few weeks ago for a few hundred but thats rare. Main thing is YOU HAVE TO BE PATIENT and to not waste ton loads of time make sure you are using a domain monitoring service
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      • Profile picture of the author greatestmj
        Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

        greatestmj check your email in about half an hour. I confused you with another customer and thought I had answered you. Anyway Pr3 for $200 is on the high side. However the market has got more sophisticated and are checking backlinks and buying on that basis so its no longer strictly about PR. A site can be a PR3 with a whole lot of good links that makes it close to a 4 but not quite. In that cases people will pay more. Go by the guideline I am sending you. PR2s I wouldn't go over $50 for but to be honest I don't really fool around with PR2s much anymore.

        Bear in mind that most tests indicate that a step up in PR makes it about 5 times more powerful. SO when you get a good PR3 its like getting 5 PR2s . Get a PR4 its like getting 5 PR3s etc.

        PR5s and up I'd go with Namejet and Snapnames. Just make sure you understand the different process over there. Godaddy is a wild west kind of setup. Since anyone can jump in at any time it only takes two people to bid the domains out of this world. Most of the experienced people there are after PR4s and higher so the guys with the cash come into play pretty strong as you go up from there.

        I did get a PR5 there a few weeks ago for a few hundred but thats rare. Main thing is YOU HAVE TO BE PATIENT and to not waste ton loads of time make sure you are using a domain monitoring service
        Okay thanks, waiting for the email. There was a Domain that I was just bidding on, it was a good PR 3, it had 2 PR 5 backlinks, 4-5 PR3, 2-3 PR2 and couple of PR1 and only one guy and me took that price to $170 before I gave up. Even then it was a proxy bid, so he obviously was looking to pay much higher. The other bidders gave up at $60. That domain also had one inner PR 3 page and an inner PR 2 page.

        So do you suggest that I stop looking at PR 2 and go for PR 3 only? Is it wise to go for good quality PR 3s where I see multiple inner pages also having PR. Theres like 2 such domains going out right now which are having multiple inner pages PR and they have ton of PR backlinks. Because if you say a good PR 3 is equivalent of 5 good PR 2, then PR3 would be a money saver.
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      • Profile picture of the author Sony Baby
        In response to EdwardDennis

        First of all thanks for your previous post. I'm still very curious.

        1) So the whole goal is to keep your various high PR sites as untraceable
        as possible?

        - So do you link your High PRS to something (a buffer) before linking that
        to your money site, or do you just wait a specific amount of time before linking directly to a new money site?

        - You say you want the high PR backlinks as random as possible. Does that mean you use your precious juice on random sites that you don't own? Im confused.

        2) "Me personally, I would not have more than 2 high PR sites with the same outbound links. The juice will be divided, yes."

        - Don't you need more than 2 high PR backlinks to rank a new money site? I was under the impression you only need on page SEO and some "number" of high PR sites to rank top 5 on low competition keywords.

        - What kind of backlinks would you build to your PR sites without making them seem spammy?


        3) "Depends. If there's any inner pages that have PR, I'd re-create those.
        With good navigations, you could "pass" those PR to inner pages too."

        - Say you get www.domain.com and www.domain.com/home is the only page with juice.

        - Would you create new pages and link home to those pages and then link the
        new pages to each other to "pass" more juice?


        4) "Less OBLs, the better. <20 OBLs, for me, including links to authority sites."

        - Does that mean per site or per page? Also those <20 OBLS... does that mean <20 different money sites, does that mean multiple links to the same site or does that include random links to make footprints less noticeable?
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        • Profile picture of the author WilsonA
          Originally Posted by Sony Baby View Post

          In response to EdwardDennis

          First of all thanks for your previous post. I'm still very curious.

          1) So the whole goal is to keep your various high PR sites as untraceable
          as possible?

          - So do you link your High PRS to something (a buffer) before linking that
          to your money site, or do you just wait a specific amount of time before linking directly to a new money site?

          - You say you want the high PR backlinks as random as possible. Does that mean you use your precious juice on random sites that you don't own? Im confused.

          2) "Me personally, I would not have more than 2 high PR sites with the same outbound links. The juice will be divided, yes."

          - Don't you need more than 2 high PR backlinks to rank a new money site? I was under the impression you only need on page SEO and some "number" of high PR sites to rank top 5 on low competition keywords.

          - What kind of backlinks would you build to your PR sites without making them seem spammy?


          3) "Depends. If there's any inner pages that have PR, I'd re-create those.
          With good navigations, you could "pass" those PR to inner pages too."

          - Say you get www.domain.com and www.domain.com/home is the only page with juice.

          - Would you create new pages and link home to those pages and then link the
          new pages to each other to "pass" more juice?


          4) "Less OBLs, the better. <20 OBLs, for me, including links to authority sites."

          - Does that mean per site or per page? Also those <20 OBLS... does that mean <20 different money sites, does that mean multiple links to the same site or does that include random links to make footprints less noticeable?
          1. Wait sometime before linking to your new money site you do not need to use any buffer, the other thing you can do with a pr 5 is use it to re-inforce or keep the pr of the other sites in your network. Since pr 5's are hard to come by, most people will have a network full of pr 4's, 3's and 2's hence why you use a pr 5 to reinforce the other sites just make sure to keep it on a separate shared hosting account.

          2. You need more than 2 high pr backlinks to rank but you need to have your blogs on seperate shared hosting accounts to be able to link them to the same money sites, seo hosting is too risky. The only time you can keep 2 or more blogs on the same hosting account is if they are linking to different sites.

          3. Yes

          4. It includes all links, including the powered by wordpress sign at the bottom which you should try and remove if you can to preserve some juice.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sony Baby
    A couple questions... I'm a huge noob and trying to put these pieces together to create my own private high pr blog network.

    If you buy 10x PR 3 sites with quality links, how would you go about building this private network?

    If you send a link from each of these sites through a blog post to your money site, then you'll be getting a lot of juice I suppose... right? (is that what you would do if you were trying to rank a new site?)

    Then say down the road you have 5x new money sites... Do you then link the 10x PR 3 sites to these new money sites... Wouldnt the juice get divided by all the OBLs???

    Another thought is do you make new pages on these sites to link to each other?

    Ultimately....
    I'm trying to figure out how do you keep the PR 3 juice alive???
    How many pages per PR 3 site do you make???
    How you actually go about linking between the PR 3 sites without making it obvious you have a network?
    How many OBLS can you send per page, per site to how many money sites before its too much and you lose PR or get penalized by google?

    I feel like if somebody who knows what they're talking about (like Mike Anthony) could answer this it will help me greatly and hopefully some other SEO noobs out there.
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    • Profile picture of the author EdwardDennis
      Originally Posted by Sony Baby View Post

      A couple questions... I'm a huge noob and trying to put these pieces together to create my own private high pr blog network.

      If you buy 10x PR 3 sites with quality links, how would you go about building this private network?

      Not sure what you mean "building". IF what you meant is maintaining the backlinks or getting it even stronger, just do your regular web 2.0s, blog comments, etc.

      If you send a link from each of these sites through a blog post to your money site, then you'll be getting a lot of juice I suppose... right? (is that what you would do if you were trying to rank a new site?)

      If it was a new site, I would not get them pumped up with high PR backlinks, just yet.

      Then say down the road you have 5x new money sites... Do you then link the 10x PR 3 sites to these new money sites... Wouldnt the juice get divided by all the OBLs???

      If you have 10 high PR sites, and you're pointing them to your money sites only, then you're asking for trouble. The outbound links coming from those high PR sites need to be as random as you can so that you don't leave any footprint. Me personally, I would not have more than 2 high PR sites with the same outbound links. The juice will be divided, yes.

      Another thought is do you make new pages on these sites to link to each other?

      Linking your PR sites together?, no no no.

      Ultimately....
      I'm trying to figure out how do you keep the PR 3 juice alive??? If you acquired good PR sites with good profiles, chances are they are going to stick (the PR), but then again, you'd want to continuously build backlinks to those PR sites.

      How many pages per PR 3 site do you make??? Depends. If there's any inner pages that have PR, I'd re-create those. With good navigations, you could "pass" those PR to inner pages too.

      How you actually go about linking between the PR 3 sites without making it obvious you have a network? I would not risk it

      How many OBLS can you send per page, per site to how many money sites before its too much and you lose PR or get penalized by google? Less OBLs, the better. <20 OBLs, for me, including links to authority sites.
      See red. Hope that helps.
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      • Profile picture of the author greatestmj
        Originally Posted by EdwardDennis View Post

        See red. Hope that helps.
        So how long should one wait before pumping some PR links to a newly made money site? I thought one should wait for the site to get indexed or something and then can start adding links slowly.

        Another thing you meant that Mixing up the outgoing links to different money sites randomly among the high PR sites than having the exact same structure and quantity of outgoing links on every PR site to avoid a footprint?
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    • Profile picture of the author derekwong28
      Originally Posted by Sony Baby View Post

      A couple questions... I'm a huge noob and trying to put these pieces together to create my own private high pr blog network.

      If you buy 10x PR 3 sites with quality links, how would you go about building this private network?

      If you send a link from each of these sites through a blog post to your money site, then you'll be getting a lot of juice I suppose... right? (is that what you would do if you were trying to rank a new site?)

      Then say down the road you have 5x new money sites... Do you then link the 10x PR 3 sites to these new money sites... Wouldnt the juice get divided by all the OBLs???

      Another thought is do you make new pages on these sites to link to each other?

      Ultimately....
      I'm trying to figure out how do you keep the PR 3 juice alive???
      How many pages per PR 3 site do you make???
      How you actually go about linking between the PR 3 sites without making it obvious you have a network?
      How many OBLS can you send per page, per site to how many money sites before its too much and you lose PR or get penalized by google?

      I feel like if somebody who knows what they're talking about (like Mike Anthony) could answer this it will help me greatly and hopefully some other SEO noobs out there.
      If you are going to play with a private high PR blog/site network, you have to do everything you can to hide it from Google. That means you have to put them into different Class C ips, scramble/make private your WHOIS information, do not use a common template that can be easily identified, and do not put a common Adsense code or common webmaster tools account.

      So basically, this is very complicated and expensive stuff. I somewhat doubt that 10 PR3 domains will be able to give you what you want.
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      • Profile picture of the author nik0
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        Originally Posted by derekwong28 View Post

        If you are going to play with a private high PR blog/site network, you have to do everything you can to hide it from Google. That means you have to put them into different Class C ips, scramble/make private your WHOIS information, do not use a common template that can be easily identified, and do not put a common Adsense code or common webmaster tools account.

        So basically, this is very complicated and expensive stuff. I somewhat doubt that 10 PR3 domains will be able to give you what you want.
        10 PR3 domains can work awesomely for many niches and chosing C-class hosting is the worse you can do. Split it on shared hosting plans instead or use something like cloud hosting.
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        • Profile picture of the author derekwong28
          Originally Posted by nik0 View Post

          10 PR3 domains can work awesomely for many niches and chosing C-class hosting is the worse you can do. Split it on shared hosting plans instead or use something like cloud hosting.
          If you use cloud hosting, does it mean that you site has no fixed ip?
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  • Profile picture of the author jazbo
    Will there ever, ever be a thread on WF that Mike Anthony contributes to that doesn't descend into a childish argument with someone else.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Bleh. Most childish post in the whole thread. Flame baiting and off topic. People want to read about the subject and we have been talking about costs of domains. People would lose too much money believing that PR4s that cost $40 are good investments. But hey if you want to go buy some faked Pr4s or ones without any link go for it man. Pick up that "SEO network" thats being pimped for $69 a month in this thread too. .


      Originally Posted by jazbo View Post

      Will there ever, ever be a thread on WF that Mike Anthony contributes to that doesn't descend into a childish argument with someone else.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sony Baby
    bump, anybody able to answer my questions up the page? =O
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  • Profile picture of the author rustanacexd
    Interesting discussion guys. I am also studying on how to properly build and maintain your own private network.
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  • Profile picture of the author MatthewOzolins
    There is a reason why he is selling this network. These networks no longer work. My guess is that the sites he was promoting in this network have now been shut down.
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    • Profile picture of the author nik0
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      Originally Posted by MatthewOzolins View Post

      There is a reason why he is selling this network. These networks no longer work. My guess is that the sites he was promoting in this network have now been shut down.
      LOL at who is that comment pointed?
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  • Profile picture of the author drewson
    I would be interested in purchasing a niche specific network. I would be looking to spend around 5k. What do you think I could get for that?
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    • Profile picture of the author Bambu
      Originally Posted by drewson View Post

      I would be interested in purchasing a niche specific network. I would be looking to spend around 5k. What do you think I could get for that?
      5K should go a long way to setting up a nice and powerful blog network. Given that the more domains you have in your network the higher the cost of hosting, I prefer to buy the highest PR domains (with strong backlink profiles) that I can.

      So, I typically look for >PR5 domains with PA>50 and ideally >PR6 websites. I also make sure to outsource lower PR backlinks to my money websites to maintain a more natural looking backlink profile. I figure if I am going to be paying for hosting for the next several years, I might as well get the most bang for my buck.

      A PR6 might run you from 500 USD on up (the stronger/more natural the profile the more expensive). A PR5 might run you about 200 on up.

      Hosting for each domain will run you about a few bucks a month. It is fine to host blog network domains in different niches and pointing to different money websites on the same hosting plan/IP address.

      Obviously, not all niches require this sort of fire power...

      In answer to the OP:
      I have come across two people who setup private blog networks at highly inflated prices on this forum and another IM forum. These services represent a very very poor value IMO.

      Truth be told, you can setup your own network without too much hassle. It simply requires the right tools, the ability to analyze the backlink profile of domains, and a basic understanding of how to setup a private blog network (pretty straight forward for any person who has >1 year of SEO experience). Content can be outsourced.

      Start with one domain and go from there. It is easy.
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  • Profile picture of the author cbarron
    Hi,

    I have done this for myself and built up a blog network of 30 sites and only have ever used them for myself so that they can´t be deindexed. If you are still looking to buy let me know. I will warn you that it´s nowhere near as cheap as people say because since Panda and Penguin there are so many people now looking for high PR blogs consequently the prices have gone up. Also I have realised that being in the the same niche is not important, what is ore important is that when you own the sites yourself then you can keep the Outbound links to a reasonable level whereas if you buy links the link juice passed to your site is usually very small as there are so many links being sold per page.

    Let me know if you are still looking.

    Regards,

    Mush
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