Forget 'Old School' Ancient SEO Web Hosting
Hide Your PBNs In The Cloud
Don't RISK Hosting Your PBN Sites On IPs SHARED With Other SEOs
(FACT: Google Can Reverse Engineer
Them In Seconds)


Google HATES Private Blog Networks & SEO Hosting Companies

And SHARED IPs are one of the main ways that Google can target & DEINDEX PBN type sites & networks.


By signing up as a 'normal' customer, installing a load of sites, noting the IPs & then checking the OTHER sites hosted on the SAME IPs = MASS GOOGLE DEINDEXING.

In short, you need UNIQUE (not shared) account IPs on platforms used by TONS of legitimate (non-SEO/PBN ) websites e.g. Amazon, Redhat, Microsoft Azure, IBM Softlayer, Digital Ocean, Joyent, Vultr etc.

Created & fully supported by Terry Kyle, owner of, &

Instead, Get UNIQUE IPs With NON-Shared Accounts
On The Largest Cloud Platforms In The World,
ALREADY hosting MILLIONS of REAL Websites

Cloud platforms like Amazon EC2 and S3, Digital Ocean, Joyent & Linode were never built for hosting, let alone SEO hosting - even though they work great for that

That's because their interfaces and processes are ridiculously COMPLEX, technical and unnecessarily DIFFICULT
for non-technical people

That's where comes in by MASSIVELY simplifying, AUTOMATING & centralizing your SEO hosting operations.

Terry Kyle, owner of, & has used his direct experience
of owning & hosting 30,000+ domains for SEO over the last 7 years in building

Look at a real Amazon AWS bill (April 2017) to understand the incredible value of using the Cloud to SAFELY host your PBN sites for pennies:

PBN Hosting For Pennies
SEO Web Hosting

How Works

(HINT: It's DIFFERENT To All Other 'SEO Hosting' You Have Ever Tried Before)

  • STEP 1: Create Your New Account Here

    It takes just a few seconds & gives you instant access to  the Web's most powerful platform for hosting/managing SEO or PBN sites.
  • STEP 2: 

    Create your OWN Cloud accounts ONCE e.g. Amazon S3 where SEO hosting can cost under 15 cents a month for a low-traffic PBN site, integrate that with & manage all hosting from Cloudboss.

    Using Amazon directly is a technical NIGHTMARE, it was never built for hosting, let alone SEO hosting.

    But Amazon does have over 12 million IPs across 10+ global datacenters.
  • STEP 2 (Continued): 

    And, because you are using your OWN Cloud account, your IPs are NOT shared with any other SEOs = SAFE SEO hosting (assuming you build your PBNs intelligently).

    Cloudboss currently supports SAFE hosting integration with the largest Cloud platforms in the world:

    - Amazon EC2
    - Amazon S3
    - Digital Ocean
    - Joyent
    - Vultr
    - Linode

    Not exactly spammy SEO neighbourhoods!

Once an IP address belonging to a Blog Network or SEO  Hosting service is found, seeing ALL the sites hosted there takes Google less than 5 seconds e.g.

Your User Admin Panel (it does a LOT):

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Hi, I'm Terry Kyle, creator of and you may know me as the owner of Traffic Planet or as one of the co-founders of WPX Hosting, or a co-founder of Backlinks Forum back in the day, or through various other SEO platforms of products and services like Bluechip Backlinks, or SEO Traffic Hacks for example.

Now when it comes to SEO hosting, I've used pretty much every SEO hosting company in the world and normal hosting company probably twice over in about the last eight or nine years while working with expired domains and PBNs on a pretty big scale - in the thousands of sites typically.

And the reason why I decided to create was that I got fed up with all the limitations and problems of those other existing SEO web hosting companies and platforms.

What makes different is the fact that it’s a very powerful toolset to connect you with all of the major cloud platforms on the web like Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, Amazon Lightsail, Linode, Vultr and DigitalOcean.

These are the world’s biggest Cloud platforms - with Amazon AWS, for example, they have by our calculations at least 12 million IP addresses.

So, they have a huge amount of IPs across 14 data centres, last time that we counted.

The way that works is that you get your own Amazon AWS account, or DigitalOcean account, or Vultr account and you connect that to

As a result, only your sites are on this account and the IPs that you'll be given in almost every case will either have no other sites on them, or they'll have completely legitimate websites and not be packed with SEO guys using an SEO hosting account where you're just all sharing the same IPs and Google can obviously find and deindex those in seconds. is quite a different way of doing SEO hosting and if for example, like I do, you use a lot of rebuilt sites on expired domains using their Wayback Machine.

You actually have an unlimited site rebuilder with inside, there's no cost or limitation there, you can literally rebuild as many sites as you want.

And these are HTML sites, not WordPress and host these on Amazon S3, remember it would be in your own account, nobody else has access to that, nobody is using your IPs.

On Amazon S3 with these HTML sites, usually they're quite small sites, rebuilt from the Wayback Machine, you can host each for around about 10 to 30 cents a month per site.

You won’t get that much real traffic and that's not important plus obviously 10 to 30 cents a month, this is on top of your subscription, but if you're working at scale like you've got 50, 100, 200, 500 or 1000, or more sites, when you're hosting for 10 to 30 cents a month per site, this is a game-changing level of value when you consider that typically it'll be $1 to $1.5 to $2 per IP – or much, much more - on old-school ancient SEO hosting.

So you can join and use for a $1 trial for the first two weeks.

Then go in there, hook up your own Amazon AWS account, I recommend Amazon because it's a vast platform with a ton of normal legitimate websites on there and that's perfect for these SEO hosted sites.

If you are absolutely committed to WordPress, for example, I'm not, we use virtually no WordPress in our huge PBNs here, but If you are committed to WordPress, you can hook up smaller accounts from EC2.

It is quite a bit more expensive, like at least $5 to $7 per VPS a month there.Other options are there too, like DigitalOcean, where you can have a VPS for $5 a month but obviously, that's like a little VPS where it's just one IP.But what you can do there is get a bunch of free Cloudflare accounts/IPs and there's a particular way to do it and we teach that inside where you're masking your different WordPress sites on the same IP with a bunch of different Cloudflare IPs.

Obviously, there are just hundreds of thousands, or a million+ sites using Cloudflare IPs as well.

Now, if you have any questions about this, if anything isn't clear from what I've explained, please just contact the Live Chat team down in the bottom right-hand corner, or you can email us at support(at) and we can explain it further.

But the SEO guys who are using this, are using at scale and saving a huge amount of money.

All of the tools that are there in to upload sites, to edit HTML sites, FTP, monitoring your indexing status, checking on your Trust Flow, Virtualmin etc, most of those things are done for you on an automatic basis in

So, I look forward to your questions and hopefully I'll see you on the inside for your $1 trial where you can see how can really revolutionize your SEO hosting and save you a lot of money while also protecting those PBN sites from being deindexed by being on shared accounts on other SEO hosting companies.

Try out for just $1 for your first 14 days.