PBN.hosting Review

Description

PBN.hosting launched in 2016 and advertises setup on CDNs which is a good concept. It could be a good option for your HTML sites, so how does it compare?

Pricing

Pricing plans start at: $94/mo (40 IPs)
Price for 100 IPs: $179/mo

About

The IP and nameserver setup is good – they use CDNs (content delivery network) so IPs are dynamic and nameservers are from the large providers.

The setup is… well, I’ll just post a screenshot what you get when you click Add Domain:

And this is just one tab for the setup. Wow, have they complicated the setup. Most of those things can also be done by EBN but they either randomize it or put it as optional. The guys here just complicated things waaaay too much.

You edit your sites through their control panel which is solid but leaves a lot to be desired. Maybe I shouldn’t be too critical so that more hosts don’t go the way of BluSEO and just remove the dashboard altogether? But really, they should get someone to update their UI/UX.

The pricing is OK but I’d expect it to be lower because CDNs are usually very cheap and maintenance is almost non-existent.

Verdict

If you have a large enough PBN, you can use PBN.hosting for HTML for the 10-15% of your sites and fight through their setup. If you don’t, just use EBN for WordPress and put a few HTML sites on Bulk Buy Hosting. Visit PBN.hosting.

>>> See my recommended PBN hosting review <<<

PBN.hosting Review
  • IP/Nameserver Diversity
  • Footprints/Safety
  • Price
  • Ease of Use
  • Support
  • Overall
  • If you need HTML hosting, use PBN.hosting. If not, there is no reason to use them.

    3.17

    5 1 Solid
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Ben Anderson is an SEO and affiliate marketer living in San Diego, California.   He began his career in Internet Marketing in 2005 and went full time in 2010 when he left his full-time job as a developer. Now he builds affiliate sites and helps local business rank on top of search engines.   Ben likes surfing, coffee and everything computer.

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