Easy Blog Networks Will Up Prices Next Month

Note: You can signup with the old prices, before the 1st of September, 2016 and keep the old prices here.

I know for a lot of you this will be an annoying piece of news.. Easy Blog Networks has become the standard for most people wanting to hosting their PBNs for relatively cheap, whilst staying hidden in the cloud.

I’ve promoted EBN for as long as I can remember they’ve been around, which is over 2 years now, which shows how well they’ve put this service together with no significant hits or attacks on their infrastructure or service. The guys behind EBN have some seriously awesome coding skills and have spent months on end trying to negate anyway Google could circumvent their services and attack their customers – Which has shown throughout.

In order for EBN to keep growing, and for them to keep themselves protected.. They need more providers, more IPs and more nameservers for the growing number of PBN sites they host. Last month they added over 500 IP addresses, all of which are IPv4 and cloud based, from a number of different providers – This is due to them wanting every customer they have to have a “5% rule”, aka even if you’re on their biggest package (which is 300 sites) you still don’t have access to even 5% of their total IPs.. And considering 300 sites would have 300 different, unique IPs.. That’s a hard task to pull off.

As a direct result of this, they’ll be up’ing their price point in September and adding/changing several of their current plans. Here’s an overview of the updates they’ll make to their current plans:

EBN PackageOld PriceNew PriceOld # of DomainsNew # of Domains
Mini$29 / Mo$35 / Mo1010
Blogger$49 / Mo$49 / Mo2015
Webmaster$99 / Mo$99 / Mo5040
Agency$179 / Mo$199 / Mo100100

Here’s a full list of all the plans and price points they’ll be offering:

Plan# of BlogsPrice Per Month
Enterprise 150150$279
Enterprise 200200$359
Enterprise 250250$439
Enterprise 300300$529

All of these price points are for new customers (as of the 1st of September, 2016) only! If you are a current customer, or signup prior to that date you’ll be able to get the current packages and prices they offer.. So, if you want to get in on hosting your PBN for relatively cheaply, and securely then I suggest signing up now.

This service is an invite only service, and as such you won’t be able to get direct access just via visiting the site.

However, using my link here will get you direct access without being given an invite code or having to request one via their application.