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Anyone want to trade ftp accounts for AUTO BLOG?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by SpeedDemon, May 11, 2010.

  1. SpeedDemon

    SpeedDemon Regular Member

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    This is my idea

    I have auto blog on domain www.first.com

    I also have my money website on www.second.com

    we all know that you shouldnt have your autoblog on the same server ip as your money site

    why? because if you are trying to get backlinks indexed for your money site with your auto blog... google quickly figures this out and the importance of the links on your autoblog are diminshed

    my idea is to SWITCH ftp accounts with someone... like I will make a SUB ftp account on my hosting for someone to host their autoblog

    and someone else will host MY autoblog on THEIR hosting account through a subftp

    This will enable us to both reap the benefits of indexing through our autoblog without having to share the same IP as our money site...

    whos interested?
     
  2. SpeedDemon

    SpeedDemon Regular Member

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    isnt this a better idea then picking up a second hosting company?
     
  3. jodys

    jodys BANNED BANNED

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    Just ask your host to add an IP (usually a dollar a month) and set each site up on it's own IP. You start moving sites around and you'll risk setting them back in SERPS to start all over again.

    Some argue C-Class blocks but I've never seen that and frankly don't think it exists. Google can't possibly start indexing based on IPs, guessing who is related to who and where the lines are drawn on accounts on those servers. VPS accounts will have independent owners all running on the same C Block but yet they're unrelated and don't even know each other. Shared hosting is even worst. Several unrelated sites sharing the same IP that could be targeting the same niche. That's my logic for refuting the Google C Block ban, for what it's worth. I usually set all my money sites on their own IPs just out of good practice and because I send a lot of emails (another story).
     
  4. nathancrowster

    nathancrowster Newbie

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    Hi i need autoblog can you send me a lick to download i can hook you up with a ftp account