The days of spamming GSA, Scrapebox and Xrumer links at your website and ranking #1 are long gone. Google devalued those types of links when they introduced Panda and Penguin, which is why tools like SENuke, Article Marketing Robot and Ultimate Demon stopped working.

So what did SEOs do? They started buying up domains and building their own blog networks to get higher rankings. Most of these people (and agencies) used drop catching tools to bid on expiring domain names with “High Metrics” from GoDaddy auctions.

"Here's Where it Gets Ugly...
Today, 99% of Those High Metric Domains
Are Used to Trap Unsuspecting SEOs!"

The strategy worked so well, the Google Webspam team responded by deindexing blog networks. But they didn't stop there, they did something really smart. To prevent SEOs from reusing deindexed domains they created a "Honeypot". Here's how it works:

  • SEO acquires domain with high metrics.
  • SEO adds domain to blog network.
  • Google deindexes domain and adds it to their honeypot.
  • SEO drops domain.
  • Unsuspecting SEO re-registers domain.
  • Google re-indexes domain.
  • Unsuspecting SEO adds domain to blog network.
  • Google uses honeypot domain to detect blog network.
  • Google deindexes blog network and adds new domains to their honeypot.
  • Unsuspecting SEO drops domain and the cycle repeats.

"Don’t Get Caught By Google's Honeypot...
Check Every Domain's History and Backlink Profile
To Avoid Exposing Your Entire Network!"

There is only one way to build your PBN safely and that's to the check the history of each domain!

Let’s take this domain, for example. To an unsuspecting SEO, these metrics look pretty good! The problem is that most SEOs stop doing any more research at this point.

To make sure your PBN is not part of Google's honeypot, you should verify each domain's history using the Wayback Machine as pictured below.

This domain was a real business website from 2009 up until 2010 when it expired and was picked up by an SEO who took advantage of the domain’s power and trust. Everything looks fine until you click on the 2011 snapshot of the website history...

As you can see in the 2011 snapshot, this domain was turned into something completely different, a Japanese blog network website. This is one of the most common signs that a domain is part of Google's honeypot, but let’s keep digging…

"Google Has 3 More Secret Weapons:
Domains With Disavow Tool, Unnatural Links
And Penguin Overoptimization Penalties!"

Remember all of those exact match domains that SEOs ranked or built tier 2 links to with automated tools? You know, the ones with 100% commercial anchor text, like auto insurance or payday loans. To catch SEOs reusing spammy domains, Google created 3 more honeypots. Here's how they work:

  • SEO registers domain.
  • SEO builds links from spammy domains using automated tools.
  • Google applies Unnatural Links or Penguin overoptimization penalty to domain and adds it to their honeypot.
  • SEO tries to recover rankings by adding links from spammy domains into Google's Disavow Tool.
  • Google applies Link Disavow penalty to those domains and adds them to their honeypot.
  • SEO drops domain because rankings don't recover.
  • Unsuspecting SEO re-registers honeypot domain.
  • Unsuspecting SEO adds domain to blog network.
  • Google uses honeypot domain to detect blog network.
  • Google deindexes blog network and adds new domains to their honeypot.
  • Unsuspecting SEO drops domain and the cycle repeats.

To make sure your PBN is not part of Google's honeypot, you should verify each domain's backlink profile using Majestic. Shown below are the Anchor Text and Map reports for the example domain.

Domains with natural link profiles have a high percentage of brand and URL anchor text. As you can see, this domain's anchor text is overoptimized for "High Cost Per Click" credit card keywords causing a Penguin penalty.

Another warning sign that this example domain has an Unnatural Links penalty are the backlinks from China, Russia and Japan. It's also likely that many of the referring domains have a Disavow Tool penalty for selling links.

"Each and Every Day... Hundreds of SEOs
Unknowing Buy Domains That Will Get Their Websites
Or Their Clients' Websites Penalized!"

By now, hopefully you understand why you wouldn't want this example domain in your network. When your network has a ratio of too many bad domains to good domains two things happen. First, your money websites or your clients' websites gets penalized and second, your blog network gets deindexed.

This is exactly what happened to the unsuspecting SEO who registered our example domain that Google deindexed, penalized and added to their honeypot in 2013. Here's a screenshot of the DNS History:

Now, you see the genius behind what Google did. Almost every SEO unknowingly buys a bad domain at some point in time. This costly mistake can easily happen to anyone.

"Let's Check the History and Backlink Profile
Of the Domains in Your Network!"

To make sure your PBN is safe, we need to do a history and backlink profile check on the domains in your network. Let’s begin by visiting and using the Majestic Fresh Index. Type in your domain name and check the "Use Fresh Index" option underneath. To see if your domain has Trust Flow, select "URL" from the dropdown list.

Now, let’s look at the backlink profile. From the dropdown list, change "URL" to "Root Domain" then check the "Anchor Text" and "Map" tabs. This time take a look at both the "Fresh Index" and "Historic Index" options.

Once you’re done checking on Majestic, it's time to go to another helpful tool called the Wayback Machine found at Type in your domain and look at the history for any signs of abuse/spam.

If you’re having an “Oh, Crap!” moment, then you probably just realized you’ve been buying the wrong domains all along. I know how it feels. HORRIBLE. You know your private blog network is a ticking time bomb and your revenue or clients' revenue is about to take a nose dive. The good news is: we’ve got your back.

Step #1: To avoid total annihilation of your blog network, the only thing you can do is remove the bad domains. Sometimes, not even this is enough.

Step #2: Build a new, clean network with our handpicked, Google-safe domain names.

Here are just a few testimonials from customers that were in your shoes:

"How Do We Find Google-Safe Domains?"

We built an awesome arsenal of tools for finding domains that have been expired, dropped or deleted by failed businesses, bloggers and organizations that ONLY WE have access to. These are domains that for some reason, the previous owner just didn’t renew.

Out of every 1000 domains, only 1 passes our full inspection. Why? As more domains get deindexed and penalized, the number of Google-safe domains gets smaller every day. It's rare to find a domain that has both a clean history in the Wayback Machine and a spam-free backlink profile in Majestic.

This is a very time consuming process, which is why we had to master it. How long did it take you to check each domain in your network? I bet you didn’t even finish halfway through the list. Am I right?

Imagine this process being done for you, totally hands-free. This is how the top SEOs rank their websites, by using service providers that have an edge that no one else has.

Here’s some feedback from clients that realized we were the answer to their SEO needs:

"What Should You Expect?"

What you’ll receive is short and simple. You’ll get high quality domains with at least a Trust Flow 15+ on the homepage and Page Authority of 20+. Whether you want to rank locally or globally, these are the domains you want to have in your network.

You might think that you’ve been buying similar domains or even ones with higher metrics, but don’t forget what you just learned. Most of those domains are likely part of Google's honeypot, which means they will eventually get your sites penalized.

"The Number of Domains You Need to Rank
Depends on Your Niche!"

Every niche is different with varying degrees of keyword competition. We've created an estimate for you based on our own experiences and what has gotten results for our customers.

For example, if your main keyword has medium competition then it may need 25 domains to rank. Buy 5 to 10 domain each month and dripfeed the links to avoid raising any red flags.

If your site is new, then buying 5 domains each month is the best way to go. It usually takes about 3 months for a brand new website to have the authority and trust necessary to rank. More established sites with good link profiles can see results in 3-4 weeks or less.

After I buy, what happens next? Most service providers leave a footprint when they register domains in their account and then transfer them to their customers. Even worse, some brokers share their list of domains in Google Docs and mail their reports through Gmail. That's just plain stupid. We all know Google uses this data to detect PBNs.

To keep your PBN truly private, we deliver your report containing a list of domains to register inside of our secure customer dashboard. Then, you register the domains at your preferred registrar.

Take a look at our most popular packages below and then click "Buy Now" before we are sold out.

Our packages are customizable depending on your needs. Single domains start at $29.00 per domain and any bulk purchases over 25 start at $449.00.

If you’re still debating whether or not to use this service, know this. I created this service because I was once doing it wrong and so were most of my fellow SEOs. I was tired of listening to good people lose their income because of mistakes that exposed their PBNs. Like them, I lost a lot of time and money until I figured out how to build blog networks the RIGHT WAY.

Now I, along with hundreds of fellow SEOs are benefiting from this service. You can rest assured there is no other PBN domain service out there as powerful and as safe.

So, let us start saving you time and money, so you can generate more revenue without the fear of losing your rankings overnight.

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