How To Setup Your First Private Blog Network

How to build PBNs faster, cheaper, quicker and get better results!
Rating: 3.9 out of 5 (370 ratings)
16,533 students
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How To Setup Your First Private Blog Network
Rating: 3.9 out of 5 (370 ratings)
16,533 students
know where to find the best expired domains
know where to get the best hosting
build a private blog network efficiently

Requirements

  • WordPress knowledge
  • cPanel knowledge
  • know how to register a domain

Description

In this course, we look at building a private blog network and debunking some myths. I am a believer of going against the grain, and I'll say some stuff you probably won't believe. However, with my 7 years of SEO knowledge I can assure you that my data is backed up by real case studies. This course takes you from just knowing enough about how to setup a WordPress site to scaling out your network into dozens or even hundreds of domain names to push you forward in your SERPs. I want you to succeed and I am readily available to answer any questions you have about PBNs.

Who this course is for:

  • people who are getting into private blog networks
  • people who have experience with WordPress and cPanel
  • people who are looking for that extra push to takeover Google

Course content

1 section • 6 lectures • 57m total length
  • Introduction
    01:57
  • Preliminary network setup
    05:32
  • Domains
    20:21
  • Hosting
    14:16
  • Content
    10:40
  • Conclusion
    05:12
  • Quiz
    4 questions

Instructor

Entrepreneur
Josh MacDonald
  • 4.0 Instructor Rating
  • 686 Reviews
  • 27,786 Students
  • 2 Courses

With 7 years of SEO experience, Josh has been in SEO longer than the average instructor. His knowledge is primarily derived from experience and case studies. At the age of 16, Josh sold over $100,000 worth of SEO software and has received considerable media coverage for it. He now runs a YouTube channel, provides SEO consultant and services to local businesses and builds enterprise software for companies.