Does registering multiple domains through Namecheap or other domain service on the same account leave a footprint even with private information?
What prevents people from just putting up the old information that was on a site using Archive.org to ensure it keeps its Pagerank and just adding their own links/articles and minimizing outbound links? Won't creating inner pages mirroring the old site maintain link juice even to those locations i.e. www.yourdomain.com/sample-blog-post, assuming sample blog post has tons of inbound links?
From the looks of it I've found several domains with quality Domain Authority, Citation Flow, Trust Flow, and Pagerank. There's obviously other steps to verify the validity of these metrics and check on poor quality links from the past. But, it seems the only requirement to setting up blogs on these domains is to purchase the domain for around $12 then buy cheap hosting like hobohost or fatcow for less than $20/yr. So owning a blog network can be as cheap as $40 a site? Why do so many make it sound impossible to do it? From my understanding owning and maintaining your own PBN can be the most powerful way to control your SEO?
Thanks for your input!