Category: Training


PBN Blog Or Not?

Last updated on 2019/12/05

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by Dejan Murko

Let’s play a game – PBN blog or not? Since I’m looking at PBN blogs for days, I can recognize a PBN blog in a split second. You’re probably not any different. Which one is the PBN blog? One was taken from the first page of the SERPs, the other is a PBN blog. This isn’t a hard question, […]

Footprints: Server Headers

Last updated on 2019/12/05

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by Nejc Zupan

Lately, there has been quite some debate in public and private channels and groups on the Server header and how it might pose a threat to PBNs due to footprints. This post aims to provide extensive information on what the Server header even is, what forms it takes in the majority of cases and what […]

Causes For PBN Blogs Deindexation (backed by data)

Last updated on 2019/12/05

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by Dejan Murko

One of the benefits of having a unified platform like EBN is that we can do analysis on a large number of PBN blogs. Because some users reported having more than just a few blogs deindexed in a sweep (later to be known as Panda 4.2), we did an analysis of all deindexed blogs and […]

Busting Myths About PBN Footprints

Last updated on 2019/12/06

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by Dejan Murko

There are a lot of myths going around PBNs and footprints. Some give Google god-like powers (knowing your name when registering a hosting account), others assume it lacks basic common sense. I’ve written this blog post with the help of our expert developers and with SEO experts who bring hands-on experience to the table. First […]

Private Blog Networks Deindexation Aftermath

Last updated on 2019/12/05

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by Dejan Murko

In the last 3 years or so, Google started penalizing Private Blog Networks. They’ve hit some known SEO bloggers but from the analysis of a lot of authority figures in SEO, the majority of deindexation comes from an algorithm penalty and is, therefore, a consequence of footprints in people’s networks. Based on people’s feedback we’ve […]