Best and Secure Private Blog Network(PBN) Services

You can’t disregard the significance of link building if you want to see an increase in the amount of organic traffic that comes to your website. Back in 6 years ago, Google as a search engine provided confirmation that backlinks are one of the top ranking factors. Backlinks are a type of inbound link.

Building links is an effective SEO strategy, and developing the correct external/internal links can boost your rankings and organic visibility significantly. Earning backlinks, on the other hand, isn’t a simple process. At least, this isn’t the case if you use methods not recommended in Google’s Webmaster Guidelines.

Some search engine optimization(SEO) specialists adopt strategies that go against these guidelines to expedite the organic growth of their websites. These strategies may include the utilization of private blog networks (PBNs).

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PBN is a good tactic

Do you think Private Blog Network are BAD SEO strategies?

Not exactly!¬†Though it contradicts Google’s guidelines, so do any other forms of link-building methods, such as buying links, and even common “white hat” solutions, such as outreach and guest posting.

Going to create PBNs and looking for Google link-building guidelines is not a BAD SEO strategy, especially when you properly build the websites in your private blog networks (PBNs) correctly, like creating high-quality content, building genuine external links from reputable websites, ensuring no technical SEO issues, proper website audits weekly/monthly, improve Google Core Web Vitals Scores, and ensuring that your website is properly optimized for search engines. These strategies are more likely to improve your search engine rankings sustainably and help establish your website as a trusted and authoritative source of information.

If you own a small business, Google is not your best ally. Google is a gigantic dollar company that puts advertising revenue ahead of page rankings. A small business must leverage all available resources to be competitive in that industry.

Is There Still a Need for Private Blog Networks Among Some SEOs?

Even if there are potential drawbacks, some SEOs continue to use private blog networks for link building. It can be simplified down to two alternative ideas:

Link Building Is Expensive, Challenging, and Uncertain

1. Link Building Is Expensive, Challenging, & Uncertain

Link building can be a labor-intensive, expensive, and uncertain process. It requires a lot of research, time, and resources to build relationships with other websites and create content worthy of being linked to. It’s a key element of search engine optimization (SEO) because search engines use links to crawl and index websites. Moreover, the links you create may not improve your search engine rankings, and there is no guarantee that any given link-building effort will succeed.

However, link building is an important part of SEO because it helps demonstrate a website’s value and relevance to search engines. By acquiring high-quality links from other reputable websites, a website can improve its search engine ranking and drive more organic traffic to its site.

Many link-building strategies include guest blogging, outreach, and creating valuable content that other websites want to link to. It is essential to focus on building high-quality, relevant links rather than just acquiring a large number of backlinks, as search engines place more value on the quality of the links rather than the quantity.

In conclusion, these strategies all involve reaching out to relevant journalists or website owners and attempting to convince them to link to your content. These strategies are all about promoting the visibility of a website post or page in the possibility that the recipient will like it enough to connect to it from new or existing articles.

Uh-oh… Unfortunately, this means that the outcomes are uncertain. For example, even the best efforts cannot assure that a certain quantity of links will be returned monthly or quarterly. Phew! Again using private blog networks(PBNs), on the contrary, means that there is greater control over reducing uncertainty.

2 Easily to manipulate external links attribute and keyword-targeted anchor text.

2 Easily to manipulate links attribute & anchor text

Anchor text is the text that is used in a hyperlink. It is the visible, clickable text that users see when they click on a link. Anchor text is often used as a way to influence the ranking of a website for specific keywords.

Search engines place a lot of value on the quality and relevance of links, and anchor text that is overly optimized or not used naturally can be seen as a red flag. It is important to use anchor text naturally and not overuse it or try to stuff keywords into it in an attempt to manipulate ranking.

1. Use descriptive anchor text: Anchor text should be descriptive; phrases like “click here” or “read more” are non-descriptive and should be avoided. Try to use keyword-rich or targeted keywords in the anchor text that describes the page you’re linking to.

2. Avoid using “nofollow” tags: Avoid using the “nofollow” tag when connecting to an external page. This will prevent search engines from following the link, which means it will pass no SEO juice to the external page.

3. Keep track of your link-building activities: It’s critical to keep track of your link-building activity – you should continuously monitor the anchor text and links you’re employing and make sure they’re relevant to the content on the page.

In creating Private blog networks that provide greater control and manipulate content, targeted keywords, and anchor text, it is generally better to create relevant external links, creating valuable, informative, unique, and natural-looking content for each PBN website. These strategies can help and are more likely to improve your search engine rankings in a sustainable way and will help to establish your website as a trusted and authoritative source of information.

 

effective Private Blog Networks

What makes a Private Blog Network successful?

A successful private blog network (PBN) requires careful planning and execution. The following are essential components of a successful PBN:

Quality Private Blog Network(PBN) content should be properly written, interesting, high-quality, and related to the topic of the website it is linking to, and contain keyword-rich content optimized for search engine optimization.

All domains in the Private Blog Network should be aged, with good backlink profiles and no footprints.

When creating a Private Blog Network(PBN), it is critical to use domains that are relevant to the topic and niche. This helps search engine ranks and makes the PBN appear more authoritative.

It is important to have different Hosting Server IP addresses for each domain in the Private Blog Network(PBN) to ensure that it is not seen as part of a network.

PBNs should include various internal and external links to guarantee that search engines consider the network authoritative and trustworthy.

Link building should be done carefully and strategically to ensure that the Private Blog Network(PBN) links are seen as natural.

Quality hosting is essential for a Private Blog Network(PBN) website’s speed and reliability. This ensures that the domain remains alive and that search engines do not flag it.

You must be able to hire the best web developer with Technical SEO experience so that your link-building efforts using Private Blog Network websites are much more successful.

Private Blog Networks(PBN) Footprints

How do you avoid footprints?

As I mentioned earlier, using private blog networks (PBNs) is generally considered a form of search engine manipulation and is against the terms of service of most search engines. In addition to being unethical, PBNs can be easily detected by search engines, which can result in the penalization or de-indexing of the websites that are being promoted through the network.

To avoid leaving footprints when using a PBN, some people may attempt to use different hosting providers, register domain names with different registrars, and use different themes and content for each website in the network.

When using these strategies, do not forget to create high-quality content, build genuine links from other reputable websites, and ensure that your website is properly optimized for search engines. As a result, these strategies are more likely to improve your search engine rankings sustainably and help establish your website as a trusted and authoritative source of information.

Here are the 12 lists to avoid footprints when using a Private Blog Network:
1. Use a different hosting server for each domain.
2. Use different registrars for each domain.
3. Change the name servers of each domain.
4. Use different themes and designs for each domain.
5. Write HTML and CSS code without patterns.
6. Do not link any of the sites in the PBN directly to each other.
7. Use a unique IP address/Network for each website.
8. Use different designs, layouts, and logos for each site.
9. Create unique and natural-looking content for each site.
10. Do not use the same anchor text for each link.
11. Change the titles and meta descriptions for each website.
12. Use link diversity when creating external linking.

PBN Starter Plan

$2000 per year

PBN Hosting Server plan for 10 to 20 websites/domain
Running Using WordPress or Static Website
Domain not included; you must provide your own, or I will guide you in purchasing a domain to use on the PBN.

* Must be provided logos, images, content, meta title, meta description, and link structure.
* I can design or create assets like featured images, favicons, and logos but with an extra service charge

PBN Agency Plan

$4000 per year

PBN Hosting Server plan for 20 to 50 websites/domain
Running Using WordPress or Static Website
Domain not included; you must provide your own, or I will guide you in purchasing a domain to use on the PBN.

* Must be provided logos, images, content, meta title, meta description, and link structure.
* I can design or create assets like featured images, favicons, and logos but with an extra service charge