What are PBN’s? PBN’s - Are Private Blog Networks that are used to place back links onto in the SEO world. One of the arguments of PBN are they really private if public links and keywords are added to them? The second argument, are you really gaining related blogs to link to, and how much does this matter? Third, how much control to you get to have? PBN's entitle much research and time to get things right.
PBN’s cost range anywhere between $40-400 and up. It depends on how much traffic each PBN generates and also if you are using an agency to purchase them through, could also be even higher. After purchasing your PBN, then, you will have a hosting fee of around $12 a month plus time setting up each one. You can see how the cost and time quickly adds up. Most PBNs will be unrelated content and unrelated to your industry, creating flags and spam looking backlinks to search engine crawlers. You can also risk having your website delisted from search engines from having to many backlinks on unrelated sites. Another Flaw of when owning PBN’s you are responsible for updating the site and content creating more time consumption. If the PBN website and content is not updating it will end up de-ranking and lose points from SEO and lowering its presence and importance, resulting in lowering the importance in your backlinks.
How does SEO Blog-it work? SEO Blog-it works by using an algorithm to link industry related sites together. Website owners will create a blog article, with their keywords, content, and backlinks to be posted onto like websites. SEO Blog-it then finds a match to post your article to, relieving a huge amount of time off your hands and the cost as well. You’ll be able to send linkbacks all across the web to linked industries.
Furthermore, SEO Blog-it sends content to your site to host to further increase your SEO. This is something that PBN fails to achieve. Hosting articles, content, and external links are a great deal for SEO especially when it is relevant and related.
Your SEO score card will depend on how much content your website has to offer and the wide range of content, as well as how often your website is being updated. It’s also important for SEO to have external links that point to verified, related, and credible content of external websites. Receiving content is also what makes the network complete, having a receiver and a sender in each industry. This becomes a win-win situation for each party.
The network reaches across the nation to give you the most wide reach of linkbacks. You’ll have an option to opt in to B2B industries outside of your own. An example would be if you are an ad agency you may want to network with other businesses to gain expose within that group. As a safety net, your industry network will be limited in your current business location eliminating any local competitor conflicts.
Nathan Gotch at gotchseo.com lays out nicely and in depth the struggles with PBN’s(Article: https://www.gotchseo.com/are-pbns-worth-it/)I encourage you to check it out. It’s definitely a good read and the exact reason why SEO Blog-it was created to solve those struggles and issues.
The internet is constantly moving and evolving at a fast rate. SEO Blog-it is reconstructing and changing how we share articles and back link structured data. This must use tool will unit industries and connect them together in a wide network outreach, therefore allowing search engines to find and connect you with higher search results. Get connected and join the largest blogging industry related network today!