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Could i use a blogger url for a PBN
With a social PBN yes: http://digitaltriggers.io/b…
oh shit you lost me, didn’t know there was a difference between a social PBN and a regular PBN. Im gonna need to take one of those super pills like on that new TV show.
Hahaha… Its eas:y pbn built with social profiles, web2.os etc is a social PBN – PBN: actual top level domains that you own 😉
Great video. Can you answer the question, “do your registered PBN domains go through a sandbox period and if so, how can you make sure they are going to pass juice in as short a time possible”? After 6 PBNs over 3 months in a low to medium local niche, I haven’t seen any jumps in rankings like I’ve seen happen for many well-known SEO teachers. The PBNs are not spammed, penalized, and have solid metrics. I’m ranking on page 2 and 3 of Google for keywords so I know my on-page optimization is done correctly. Thanks!
Hey DC we can deinfarely talk about that. If you want to send me more details anonymously via Twitter @joetroyer I’ll look into it.
Wow… straight talk mate. Paraphrase: “If you use PBNs, at some point your site will be slapped.” that’s a smelling salt right there.
So, my question as someone who wants to build a long term ranking powerhouse of a site – or do long term client SEO… (although this is off-topic and probably a follow up series of videos) is what are the ways that you rank for competitive keywords without a PBN? How do you get the ‘harder to get’ but long term links?
One thing you have to love about Joe Troyer trainings: he cuts to the chase. You are the first PBN trainer who I have heard speak the truth: PBN’s are against Google’s inconsistently applied TOS…AND sooner or later you are going to be found by G. Loved it.
Loved this training Joe… looking forward to the other two.
Question:Is it safe to point Social PBN’s at money site you want keep…or for that matter, a client’s site?
@bayridge a million times safer than a pbn however it all depends on your use…
Love your honesty Joe! When you ‘ride the wave’ and know there is a risk of it coming to an end, how do you manage lead gen clients/ what do you say/ when that happens, when you suddenly can’t get them phone calls. ?