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
What is a domain backorder? To backorder a domain is to use a backordering service to acquire an expired domain as soon as it becomes available for registration. The real technical term for a backorder is a drop catch. Why backorder? New customers for DomCop are always advised to start with backordering domains. This is … Continue reading What is a domain backorder and what are the top backordering services?
We have integrated the Ahrefs metrics at DomCop. To start with we get the Domain Rating (DR) and the Domain Rank. Based on customer feedback we will look at getting other metrics from Ahrefs as well. All the domains in the Expiring and Expired section have these metrics. About half the domains in the Archived … 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
You are a white hat SEO whose competitors are out-ranking you with PBNs. Somehow Google does not seem to penalize them. Here is how you can use their strategies without risking a PBN penalty.
We’ve finally launched the Guru Plan today at the introductory price of $98/mo. However, customers cannot yet purchase the plan right away. They can signup to a waitlist and will be notified as we add more customers to this plan. The reason to do this is simple – the personal expired domain crawler is a … Continue reading Presenting the Guru Plan with the personal expired domain crawler
17 Oct 2016 – Majestic released an update to their algorithm today. Due to this all the TF values shown in the various sections at DomCop are different from what are shown in Majestic. We will be updating our entire database tomorrow (18th Oct 2016), so that we show the updated Majestic metrics. Once all the … Continue reading Changes in how we deal with Majestic Trust Flow