What You Should Know About Private Blog Network (PBN)
As a business owner, you probably get pitched by marketing firms about their SEO service. Some of them may propose PBN to boost your website ranking.
It is very important to know what it is before opening your wallet for it.
Watch the video to find out what PBN is and whether it is worth your time and money to use it to rank your site.
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Firstly great guide, you always sound like you know what you’re talking about and its great you’re educating others in the dark arts ;-)
PBN’s are a great way to rank fast. I know SEO is shifting towards content marketing but meh, you can reach out to hundreds of people and get nothing even with amazing content. During that time you could of put a small PBN up! But as a long term strategy there’s so many risks….
I think you/readers will be interested in something I’ve created. I’ve written a tool (like 100% totally free) to find hidden PBN links. You know how people block them with htaccess and robots.txt well this gets around that.
It works on the basis that if your competitors have a PBN ranking their money website for “cheap ipads in france” then it stands to reason their PBN page linking to their money website will contain the term “cheap ipads in france” somewhere on it. It might be anchor text, meta tags or content body. So it will rank for the search term “cheap ipads in france”. It might be the 100th page, it might be the 1000th page, but it should be there somewhere. Especially with the search engines set to show all results. PBN Hunter takes all the terms they’re ranking for and crawls every page Bing, Google and Yahoo bring back for that search term, checking for any links to the money website.
Check it out there’s a link on my homepage, its called PBN Hunter. http://www.SupaGrowth.com. Enjoy! :-)
Thank you for sharing the tool. Sounds interesting.
I am sure some of the readers will find it useful!