A comprehensive PBN seo guide to setting up your Private Blog Network correctly, so that you do not risk a de-indexation by the search engines
27th June 2019 Three years ago based on customer requests, we contacted Ahrefs about integrating their metrics into DomCop. They agreed to this, and so we purchased a subscription to the Ahrefs API and incorporated their metrics directly into DomCop. Yesterday, we got an email from Ahrefs stating that they have changed their mind. They … Continue reading Ahrefs API Issues: DomCop won’t support Ahrefs metrics anymore
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On 3rd May 2018, Moz launched the new link explorer and updated it’s API to server metrics from their new database. Here is everything you need to know about this if you buy expired domains. The new link explorer has 4.7 trillion links, that is 50% more than Ahrefs. This means that they now crawl … Continue reading Moz metrics update (New link explorer)
A while back, we started adding as many domain extensions as we possibly could. This resulted in the total number of domain extensions that DomCop would support to more than 70. This looked really good on paper. However, it increased the workload on the development team multi-fold as maintaining so many exotic extensions requires considerable … Continue reading Adding & Removing Domains Extensions Based on Customer Feedback
You’ve probably reached here because you heard someone talk about “catching” an “expired domain” by using a “back ordering service”. If all that sounds like painful jargon, then you’ve come to the right place. By the end of this guide, you will know what each of those terms mean, and if I do my job … Continue reading What is a domain backorder and what are the top backordering services?
Update – 27th June 2018 – Ahrefs changed their mind and DomCop is no longer allowed to use the Ahrefs API to get metrics. We will no longer support Ahrefs metrics from 3rd July. We however, do have all the metrics from Moz & Majestic, along with list of backlinks and anchor texts. A few months … Continue reading Integration with Ahrefs metrics
It’s been a few years since we published our Private Blog Network Guide based out of support emails from DomCop customers. That was a great guide for someone starting out with PBNs. Since then we have been providing support for many experienced customers and created this advanced guide in a bid to reduce our support emails 😉 I welcome you to … Continue reading The Advanced PBN Guide – Build the PBN that your money site deserves
This is the third part of our three-part series on Advanced Private Blog Network Building. If you have not yet, read the first part on Advanced PBN Planning. Hosting is the most un-glamorous part of creating a PBN. Well… it’s not like the other parts are glamorous … but you get my point. PBNers hate having … Continue reading PBN Hosting – How to create a massive network while leaving no footprints!
This is the second part of our three-part series on Advanced Private Blog Network Building. If you have not yet, read the first part on Advanced PBN Planning. There is one thing that you should know. The entire value of a PBN network comes from the quality of backlinks that the domains in the network have. The … Continue reading PBN Domains – Buying domains that your PBN deserves
This is the first part of our three-part series on Advanced Private Blog Network Building. If you are new to building PBN, I suggest you start with the Private Blog Network Guide for Beginners. Before you start building your PBN, it makes sense to first take a step back and look at your goals in building … Continue reading Advanced PBN Planning – Planning for SERP Success