Best PBN Hosting Companies

Facebook Group (now archived): Easy Blog Networks | Facebook Group
Facebook Page: Easy Blog Networks – Facebook Page (5,300 likes and 5,700 followers)

Also knowns as EBN, Easy Blog Networks is a solid product that’s built by a company called Niteo which is owned by Dejan Murko.

They only allow WordPress sites – and you do not get cPanel access or any type of control panel access – you can only login to the actual /wp-admin/ dashboard of your site.

The benefit of EBN is a very consistent experience, site speed, and general bug-less-ness.

This has been our experience using them.

They have this great speed and what not because they optimize their servers entirely around supporting WP sites, so they’re used to the needed requirements technically.

-Managed for WordPress
-Very consistent experience

-No control panel/databse access
-Nameserver system might not be as good as BulkBuy


BulkBuy provides cPanel access for each of your PBN sites, which is probably the main selling point of it.

It’s owned by Kevin Graham who is also active on LinkedIn.

As the owner has pointed out, they have a good nameserver system too – because they don’t use their own “custom” nameservers.

They use the same default nameservers of major hosting companies.

This way all of the sites on BulkBuy “blend in” with the rest of the internet.

Other Links Related To BulkBuy PBN Hosting

Kevin Graham’s main site (the owner of BulkBuy):
Here is a cool blog post that is relevant to managing PBN domains: Experiments with Transferring Domains with Whois Privacy Enabled


LaunchCDN is owned by the same people as BulkBuy.

It’s pretty similar – but it puts your sites on a CDN.

You can choose from one of these CDNs for each site:

Amazon AWS

With your sites hosted on a CDN – Google can’t ever associated them to a bad IP whatsoever!

Because the IP is always changing.

PBN.Hosting offers a good dashboard with an option for WordPress sites and pure HTML sites.

One thing we don’t like about is that they seem to have a footprint if you use their WordPress install option for your sites.

The username that indexes as an author page on your site uses a slug like “site-39484” or “site-29043”.

With that being said, I have heard from a buddy recently that said he keeps over 1,000 sites on with a mix of both WP installs and Wayback rebuilds (pure HTML sites where this footprint issue would never be relevant anyways because there’s no WP author page that takes the URL slug of the username).

We hope they change this username generation convention though because their overall system is pretty good.

Priority Prospect

We saw somebody on Facebook recently saying that Priority Prospect is good.

We still need to investigate more to understand their service before we do a full write-up.

But for what it’s worth, we wanted to put a link to them here so you can do your own research. is based in Alicante, Spain and provides a system for hosting your PBN domains.

We don’t know a ton about them because we have yet to research or use them.

But here are a bunch of their social links:

Here are some good YouTube videos they recently put out about Private Blog Networks (PBN):

Worlds First Scientifically Driven PBN Hosting Solution
How to use file manager & phpmyadmin on our PBN hosting platform
PBN Dashboard overview

PBN Management Software

Managing PBN domain names, SEO WordPress websites, and wayback machine rebuilds from is a difficult task.

There are not many systems that allow one to accomplish this efficiently.

There are many different challenges with managing a large amount of different SEO sites.

Some PBN owners have dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of domains that they have to manage.

Obviously, this comes with various problems.

Keeping sites updated, monitoring for spam, monitoring for hackers, monitoring for down sites and other errors, and publishing content is definitely one thing to worry about.

But even beyond that, at the most basic level, just simply tracking which sites are hosted where, where the domains are registered, and other simple organizational info is time consuming and difficult with most of the currently available solutions(there really are no solutions at the moment – which is why we we made Site Train).

Organizing Your PBN’s Hosting And Domain Registrar Info

If you just have a system for doing this one simple thing, you are going to feel a significant weight lifted off your shoulders.

We have taken pains at Site Train to create a specific database structure that allows you to store information related to various “Host Entities“, such as:

• Host Companies
• Host Accounts
• Host Plans
• Host Panels

And, of course, you are also able to create your own “Domain Entities“.

And then you can use our system to indicate relationships between all of these entities.

You never have to store or deal with the same information twice, unlike in spreadsheets.

Here below, we have pasted in a lesson from our documentation to illustrate this concept.

E3: Different Host Block “Shapes” For Different Situations

The “Parent-Child” system we have here, that consists of the 4 Host Entities (Company, Account, Plan, Panel) is powerful because it can be used to organize many different situations, in terms of hosting set-ups.


You can see here the structure of this Host Block:
1 Company → 1 Account → 1 Plan → 1 Panel

CHEAP SHARED HOSTING (with multiple “Accounts” under 1 “Company”):

(Multiple “Panels” Under 1 “Plan”)

You can see here the structure of this Host Block:
1 Company → 1 Account → 1 Plan → 4 Panels

SEO MASS HOST (EBN, BulkBuy, etc.)

You can see here the structure of this Host Block:

1 Company → 1 Account → 1 Plan
(NO PANELS – The chain of entities “stops” at “Plan” level)


You can see here the structure of this Host Block:1 Company → 4 Accounts(NO PLANS & NO PANELS – The chain of entities “stops” at “Account” level)

Why Is This The Best System For Managing Hosting Data?

This system eliminates all data redundancy – meaning you never have to do the same thing more than one time.

If you need to edit an attribute(a specific field) related to 1 specific entity – once you update that information, it will immediately reflect everywhere else throughout the software, for all of its children entities, parent entities, and other associated data, like associated domains.

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