In the realm of SEO, PBNS (Private Blog Networks) are getting more attention lately. Basically, what PBNs are is owning a small range of domains that has been laid off. Taking advantage of purchasing these domains helps in developing your niche website without going broke. And the best place to start is finding the right domains for your PBNs.
Expired domains are those that were registered once but was not renewed by the owner for some reason. There are about 25,000 to 60,000 expired domains every day. In the world of SEO, accumulating expired domains means cash. How?
Domain names are assets for the sell-off of these sites. Purchasing these domains may come at a certain price but reselling them is a different story. With certain niches and names involved, resellers can ask for twice the original price when it was sold!
Backlinking profile values are gold in this field. Since these domains have been built up with a reputation for some time (along with its contents), these are the valuable ‘gems’ that investors go after. Now this is the tricky part. What do you look for in expired domains to ensure that you’re getting your money’s worth?
Most people are scared to purchase expired domains just because of the trouble it will cause along the way – especially with Build My Rank and those similar to this. However, getting de-indexed can be avoided if you follow certain rules and not leave footprints behind.
In purchasing domains, they must have a diverse backlink profile. Register with your privacy activated and use mostly from common registrars such as GoDaddy and NameCheap. With the hosting, you’ll need a maximum of 5/IP. Never use SEOHost or anything that focuses on “SEO Hosts” and use inexpensive accounts such as those from Hostgator, BlueHost or JustHost.
In running the network, you’ll need to follow a couple of rules in order for this to work. Don’t interlink within the network your other networks. If your site already contains several contents, you can still link your article to another within your site by using SEO smartlinks or other similar plugins to make it easier for you. Content for your articles should have at least 300 words and not exceed 1000 words each.
There is no sure method that you’d be successful during the first takes. However, with the right mentors to help you get through the initial phases of setting up your domain, it will get easier with practice and patience. Building a private blog network with these domains will surely help in increasing the cash flow and for your business to thrive.