Although PBNs still work, they now have a history of being targeted by Google and therefore may not be the safest option. This is why we now focus on creating online businesses that are independent of SEO traffic. Please keep in mind our PBN is currently being used by post-graduates and was untouched with the PBN hit. Being that PBNs may still be targeted, we are no longer offering it to the public.
If you have ever tried building out your own PBN, you’ll quickly realize 3 things:
- It’s really addictive
- It’s extremely expensive
- It’s a huge pain in the ass
Networks like RankHero require a considerable amount of time and resources to ensure that everything runs like clockwork.
From finding high metric domains, spam checking them, finding hosting with enough IP diversity, building out each site, adding content, etc – everything can stockpile up fairly quickly.
Without meticulous attention to detail and an organized workflow, you could potentially leave your network exposed and possibly de-indexed.
What if you could simply plug in your own domain into a spam free, supercharged network that is fully managed in exchange for links…FOR LIFE?
What is Links for Life (L4L)?
The concept of Links For Life was based on a previous internship around 2 years ago where I experimented to see if there was a way to make a cooperatively managed PBN.
The idea was that by having a private PBN but distributing the work involved between a group of trusted peers (aka interns), everyone could leverage their time, skills, and essentially have an endless supply of links.
Each user was responsible for posts on their own sites and was based off of an exchange, but it wasn’t based off of money – it focused on each person’s resources.
Everyone would get paid in “article posts” currency which they could then spend to make posts on other sites within the network.
The project ultimately failed because people weren’t able to keep up with the workload.
I’m sure that if you manage your own PBN, you’ll find that there is a lot of day-to-day management that is involved.
Even though it didn’t work as expected, it did allow me to build upon the idea and launch L4L which is an even better way to have an endless supply of links and creating a win-win situation for everyone.
Instead of having everyone manage their own sites, I wanted to create a platform where all people would have to do is submit their own spam free, high metric domains and in return, get a constant supply of links from other managed sites that share the same qualities…clean & healthy link juice!
How it Works
As you may already know, we have already scaled a great platform for a PBN setup and management through RankHero.
With L4L, we will use our existing resources and do everything involved with the management aspect of seamlessly running the networks so you won’t have to.
All you have to do is submit a domain that passes our quality control checklist, and you’re done.
Here’s how it works step by step:
- All intern and PTC graduates get access to L4L for free. There is no other way to access it. If you haven’t done an internship or PTC and you’d like to access it, I suggest you sign up for the next course.
- Volunteer a domain of your choosing (spam free, minimum DA of 26)
- We will review and approve the domain to make sure it meets our quality criteria (both in existing backlink profile as well as the domain setup).
- Once approved, you will need to get the domain pushed to our registrar (a disclosure will be provided to you beforehand to ensure 100% transparency and no funny business).
- We will then host the domain on a unique C-block and add you to the system.
That’s it. All you have to do is volunteer a domain and we will take it over from there.
What You Get
At the moment, we are going to break down the networks into 2 tiers.
- 26-35 DA
- 36+ DA
For each domain you submit, you will receive 4 post credits per month for LIFE.
Following NoHat’s best practices for link building articles, that equates to approximately 8 links per month for each domain you volunteer.
If you decided to volunteer 5 domains, that would be around 40 unique links per month for life.
If we were putting a price tag on developing 30 new domains per month with these metrics, you would be looking at around $5,000-$10,000, and that’s not even considering the time to manage the network.
Most of our interns have at least 5 domains sitting around collecting dust so this essentially costs nothing in terms of the return you would get on your investment, monetarily and time-wise.
What Do You Think About L4L?
Would this be something that you could take advantage of in your online businesses?
Sound off in the comment section below.