97.9% users would recommend EBN to their friend
Most SEO hosting companies try to manufacture a natural-looking IP profile by selling you "a diverse range" of IP addresses. But they don't tell you where they're from.
Do you ever wonder where they host your blogs? Who owns the servers, who owns the IPs, and who owns the nameservers?At Easy Blog Networks, we don't hide our hosting providers or DNS providers, because we don't need to.
Your blogs are hosted on big brand providers like Amazon, Rackspace, Softlayer, and Digital Ocean. You'll be using their IPs, nameservers, and datacenters.
And that means your PBN profile looks completely natural - because it is!
Your blogs will be installed on unique IPs on big brand hosting providers. Nameservers are provided directly by hosting providers and are shared with hundreds of thousands of websites or by popular DNS providers, also shared with all of their customers.See all hosting providers
Some hosts don't provide their own nameservers, and for those servers, we use popular DNS providers that provide the service to tens of thousands of websites.See all DNS providers
SSL is becoming a requirement, not just a recommendation. But setting it up can be complicated and annoying. That's why all you need to do in Easy Blog Networks is click one button. Everything else is done by the system.
Some PBN hosts do not offer email due to "technical limitations." This creates a footprint, not to mention a big annoyance. Not with Easy Blog Networks. You get a Mailbox and a webmail login with every blog.
PBN Fox analyzed 6000 blogs they manage and found that EBN deindexation rate is on par with premium cPanel hosts.
This means you can listen to the "gurus" and use multiple accounts with Hostgator, Bluehost, Dreamhost, and similar hosts and still expect the same deindexation rate as on EBN, just with A LOT more hassle.
You can read the case study on PBN Fox blog »
Charles Floate analyzed 165 of his blogs hosted on different PBN host services. He found that the EBN deindexation rate is by far the lowest of all services.
You can read the case study on his blog »