A Private Blog Network is a great way to build links in 2013 and beyond.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 11, 2013
DiamondLinks.net has long been one of the top link building companies and is pleased to announce a new link building service, the DiamondLinks Private Blog Network.
A few years ago there were two big blog networks, Authority Link Network (ALN) and Build My Rank (BMR). Both private blog networks saw almost all of their domains get deindexed by Google. The problem was different for each of them, and different lessons were taught by their downfall.
1. Private Registration
Build My Rank owned all of the domains in their network. When Google decided to deindex those domains, they wiped them all out at the same time proving that private registration isn't enough.
2. Class C IP Address for SEO Hosting
Authority link network forced every domain in their network to be on a different IP address. This essentially means that the websites are not hosted on the same server. This was a common tactic for many years. Google quickly found out and almost the entire network of 15,000+ domains were deindexed in the span on three days. This proved that unique IP's aren't enough when building a private network.
3. Inbound Links (IBL's)
After the two major blog networks (ALN and BMR) went down, there was a gap in the market. Private blog network suppliers didn't know how to avoid a penalty and they started worrying about links pointing to the blogs. This is an important tip and you should never interlink your websites together.
Domain age is something that many people look for right now assuming that the older the domain, the better. The problem with this line of thinking is that when taken too far, it becomes an obvious footprint. If all of your IBL's are from old domains, it's obvious something fishy is going on.
DiamondLinks.net takes all of the blog network information it has accumulated over the last five years and is prepared for the first time to release information about what makes its network different.
Since every domain is owned by a different person, the registration can be public or private. Public registration is great in this case, because everyone in the network lives at a different address and there is nothing to hide.
2. IP Addresses
Every domain in the network is on a different IP address. This stops connections between two sites and ensures that every site gets its own hosting plan for increased diversity.
Almost all of the domains in DiamondLinks' network have incoming links. Many of the sites in the network have 5000 or more links. The important factor is that all of the sites are owned by different people and have different numbers of links and acquired those links at different times and at different intervals.
4. Non-owned domains
As evidenced by BMR, blog networks need distributed ownership. DiamondLinks circumvents this by having every domain in its network owned by a different person. DiamondLinks owns none of the domains in the network.
For more information about the DiamondLinks.net private blog network, contact us at http://www.diamondlinks.net/private-blog-network/.
DiamondLinks has worked with over 800 customers over the last few years. DiamondLinks.net has a page rank of 4 with nearly 600,000 backlinks.