Bulk Buy Hosting has been gaining in popularity in 2017. It offers good IPs and nameservers. Unfortunately that’s all there is to it.
Pricing plans start at: $27/mo (10 IPs)
Again? Bulk Buy Hosting was launched in 2016 and it still requires manual set up of domains. This is the third provider that requires this (beside PazHosting and NoNameInternet). I’m sure there is another Bulk Buy Hosting review out there that is feeling this pain as much as I do.
If we forget manual setup and just basic hosting features, Bulk Buy Hosting does offer good IPs and nameservers. They seem completely natural and organic, and are shared between multiple regular websites.
Unfortunately, that’s their main and only strength. There are no SEO metrics, no automated maintenance for WordPress or security and performance setup. If you want just PBN hosting (or for example want HTML sites hosted) and don’t mind waiting for set up and maintaining your PBNs, take a plan with Bulk Buy Hosting. I like my things automated so I prefer Easy Blog Networks with their easier setup, autopilot maintenance and A LOT more other goodies.
Bulk Buy Hosting requires manual set up of domains which is really annoying but it does have a solid IP and nameserver set up. They also only offer hosting so use it when you’ve maxed out your EBN account. Visit Bulk Buy Hosting.
Ease of Use
BBH has good IPs and nameservers but it stops there. Manual setup, no additional features. Use it if you need HTML sites.
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