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Are Datafeedr Blogs Considered AutoBlogs?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by not4nuthin, Sep 13, 2010.

  1. not4nuthin

    not4nuthin Registered Member

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    Are Datafeeder blogs considered autoblogs by Google? If I create 50 datafeedr blogs will I need to get a separate ip addy for each 10?

    (Noobie questions are grand!)
     
  2. Crixus

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    If your is written and autoposted by wp, it would generaly be considered an autoblog.

    You don't need separate IPs unless you are linking them together.
     
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    Every blog that posts new content without you writing a single word is an autoblog. So that includes Datafeedr blogs.

    I wouldn't put all 50 blogs on the same server.
    Not because of the shared IP but for the risk of everything collapsing when the server goes down or your hosting account gets suspended for whatever reason.

    Crixus mentioned "linking". This is were the different IP's and classes becomes important. When you're building linkfarms your blogs have to be on different IP's to maximize the effect.
     
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    So basically i can create those kind of autoblogs and link between each other , but for that i need to have them in separate hosting accounts ( since from there i get different ipś )
    Since i understand the " linking them together " that i will link from one blog to another. Example : 10 blogs so starting from the first one i link that first one to second one and then the second to third one etc. I might understood the whole concept wrongly.

    CanĀ“t i link when using proxys, since the ip then is different?
    Sorry not4nuthin to use Your thread asking a question.