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450 Autoblogs Banned From Google - Why?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by stealthisblog, Apr 20, 2009.

  1. stealthisblog

    stealthisblog Regular Member

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    Hey. I had a network of about 450 autoblogs and was getting about 800 users a day in less than a week. I thought everything was going perfectly, then yesterday I went to search my sites in google and they werent there! I copied the posts off of RSS feeds without changing them around - could that be why? Thanks for any replies :)
     
  2. secretboy08

    secretboy08 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    were they on sub domains?
    did you use different c class ips?
    where they having adsense or analytics?
     
  3. stealthisblog

    stealthisblog Regular Member

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    lol, they were all subdomains, same c class ip, and they had both adsense and analytics. Guess I was asking to get owned :p
     
  4. moonie

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    I am thinking about autoblogging.

    However...sub domains? One thing I do not understand? Subdomain is like XXXX.yahoo.com while a domain is just yahoo.com?

    SO what this person was doing was:
    xxxx.yahoo.com
    3838.yahoo.com
    yhfy.yahoo.com

    He should have had like:
    dshs.com
    hdjdjd.com

    All different?
     
  5. ernesthemingway

    ernesthemingway Regular Member

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    I luv autoblogs all working great on google never been out of index. Although traffic is not high but never had issues..

    I must say I never use Google Analytics though. And to be honest with you GOOGLE DOES NOT DINDEX Autoblogs. I just think there is something that triggers the ban. But so far I have never had that issue may be people are just doing something too much..
     
  6. thaorius

    thaorius Junior Member

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    ssamra26:
    Yes, it's better if you don't have subdomains. Now, buying 1k .com will be expensive, to say the least; so I would buy a bunch of .info domains which are 1-3$ depending where you get them and scale up.
    Spin your content, you don't want the exact same thing; change themes, if you choose to use adsense, I would use one account per autoblog(but then again, my blackhat works on a paranoia based logic), don't use analytics.
    Use one C class ip per autoblog.
    An alternative to the one blog per domain, would be, have something like a main domain(say, my-viagra.com) and several "sub-blogs" in subdomains, linked from the main blog to help a little(free.my-viagra.com, etc); this way you get several blogs per domain, and use a single IP for them all; of course, they could get banned, but who cares, it's just a few blogs.
     
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  7. rawasch

    rawasch Junior Member

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    I don't recommend .info domains! Had several autoblogs on .info domains banned while more or less similar blogs on .com domains are still doing fine.
     
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  8. tic toc

    tic toc Newbie

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    " use one C class IP per autoblog"

    What does this mean "C class IP"???
     
  9. marttali

    marttali Junior Member

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    111.222.333.444 in this example 333 is the c class
     
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  10. spikyy

    spikyy Junior Member

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    you got banned from adesense too ?
     
  11. tic toc

    tic toc Newbie

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    is it possible to change this number on each IP address of a subdomain?
     
  12. ooodaveb

    ooodaveb Junior Member

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    Wouldn't having 100 blogs on 100 different IPs be nightmarish to manage? Will you not have to get different hosting account for each?

    Not to mention the added costs. 100 blogs is 900 in domains and then again with separate hosting could add up?

    Anyone have a solution for this?
     
  13. SleepieGirl

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    i put 2 autoblogs on each hosting account.
     
  14. Vivica

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    The solution is some kind of SEO hosting. There they give you a certain number of different class C IP addresses and you can assign each blog to its own IP if you wish. Then if you're careful you can even interlink them. Make sure you don't have the same whois info. on the domains or your blogs aren't very similar though.
     
  15. spikyy

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    more and more and more autoblogs are born every day and because of this google will take action against, and believe me google employees are more smarter than you can ever imagine.
     
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    For each Domain to have 1 IP is bullshit !
    If you use 1 Domain for 1 IP, then you won't get your ROI back.

    Just don't have to many Autoblogs in the same niche on 1 IP.
    I would keep it around 5 Domains and 25 Autoblogs per IP.
    And I wouldn't create them all on 1 day.

    And yes, you can manage 100 different IPs easily, on a VServer or Dedicated one.
     
  17. DonKon

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    so 1 domain per blog? damn thats a lot of money when starting out.. are .orgs and .nets or any other domains acceptable for blogs or .com is a must.. also is there a tool to auto build blogs faster. i setup a new blog today took me like 2 days to do it since its first one
     
  18. playercool

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    Just remember that new sites get indexed and then sometimes get deindexed from google. It is just part of the game.

    Just buy another domain and move on. Forget about that domain that got deindexed.

    450 subs though that is kinda crazy. You might want to only build a few subdomains. Maybe 10 per site or something.

    How did you build 450 blogs so fast?
     
  19. davioli

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    What about making autoblogs on free wordpress hosts?
     
  20. Worfik

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    Running 450 blogs on the same domain may get you banned. ;P Try to run ~5 autoblogs per domain and at least use few different IPs (however getting new IP for each domain is insane :p) to stay under the G radar.

    As metioned above - SEO hosting may be the solution however I'm doing fine with cheap VPS plans with additional IPs. Now I'm testing shared plans and will try to create blog network spreaded on different shared accounts.

    Anyway, I was thinking how it's possible that you had 450 autoblogs and just 800 uniques daily? :p