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Autoblogs .info or .com

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by infinite22, Feb 8, 2009.

  1. infinite22

    infinite22 Registered Member

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    So im thinking about setting up a blog farm and try and make some adsense earnings, my question is...

    will i see less profits if i use .info domains, does it rly matter? or should i put up the extra dough for a .com
     
  2. Gogeta

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    .info are alot cheaper especially if you are creating many autoblogs. And they rank the same as .com. You can buy ten .infos for around $15 whereas ten .coms would cost close to $80.
     
  3. Alexanderia0007

    Alexanderia0007 Junior Member

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    .info are like 0.99$ without any promotional codes.

    But... if you want to blogfarm, youll need different IP's. So, I suppose youll need more than 3 hosts to cover 30 autoblogs farm.
     
  4. infinite22

    infinite22 Registered Member

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    Differnt IP's? did i miss something?

    I have a hosting account with hostgator, are you saying im going to need multiple hosting accounts to blogfarm... why? I cant just use my hostgator hosting?
     
  5. moneykz

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    every .info domain that I set up to autoblog gets deindexed with google within 30 days.
     
  6. nonhacker

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    yea thats what got me.
    I have hosting with hostgator, but ot have to buy 2 or 3 more hostings then I have to think again about blog farms

    Maybe 3 or 4 of us can work together and have 1 domain on each others hosting account.

    Do we all get different IP's that way
     
  7. infinite22

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    And you have experienced this not happening with .coms? or just tried with .info
     
  8. sharpie349

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    Im on the verge of trying this because you need all these domains and most likely re-seller hosting. Im just not sure if its worth it.
     
  9. santhosh

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    Hai friend takings different hosting accounts would not solve this problem u have to take multiple c block ips from seo hosting providers.

    they are best sep providers:-
    1. SEOHOsting.com (Hostgator compnay which costs u $7.00 per ip)
    2. seo-host.com ( trused one which costs u $4.50 per ip)
    3. Indianets.com ( iam using this one their customer supprot is awesome i recommend you to take this one they are two things in this shared and dedicated ip shared 1.5$ and dedictaed 5.5$ IMO i suggest you to take shared for experimental purpose

    if u want to chat with theit support
    support@indianets.com and tell them that u are referred by Santhosh
    ok PM me if u want more details
    i hope you this would help this

    Sathosh Kumar
     
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  10. moneykz

    moneykz Junior Member

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    In dec. I set up 80 autoblogs, 60 .infos and 20 .coms. All setup with caffinated content using prosense templates.

    All hosted on hostgator, 1 shared ip.

    all the autoblogs did great for the first 30 days. Indexed very well. Then bam, .infos taken out. But all the .coms are still indexed.

    My plan now is to take the .com's and setup subdomains off them.
     
  11. FLK101

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    use .coms if you want them to last, google knows all the .info are crap
     
  12. mark9510

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    .infos are good if you want a small minisite or a proxy but if you want a long lasting autoblog go with .com it might be more expensive but its worth it
     
  13. moneykz

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    $100 to buy 10 .coms is worth more than 100 .infos.

    I have been testing autoblogs for the past year and all the .infos get deindexed within 30 days.
     
  14. Alexanderia0007

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    Theres a number of reasons why your website might get deindexed. .Info's do JUST AS WELL as .com's please dont state bullshit that .com's will be better than .info's. I bet this is some shitty ploy to stop other pl from proffiting and setting up 10 rather than 100 blogs.

    Seriosuly, look at what doug said on his 15k/month thread.
     
  15. HustlinHard

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    .info's rank just as well as .com, as mentioned above me, please stop stating bullshit unsubstantiated rumors. Most NEW domains regardless of whether they are .info or .com get sandboxed initially after the first month or so, they will slowly get re-indexed.

    .com's are better if branding is important to you (which in a blogfarm, it isn't).
     
  16. moneykz

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    do what you want, I am just giving you my experience.

    Over the past year I have purchased over 600 domains. 90% of them .infos.
    All, and I mean all the .info's have been deindexed and never came back online.
     
  17. Alexanderia0007

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    If you follow the rules, and if you have a privacy statement, and a statement of RSS/FEED Submitted content - then your website should not get deindexed. If you dont spam pings/backlinks and if you dont spam content, it shouldnt deindex you.

    Also, dont spam ads and dont spam links to CPA offers. Use 1 or 2 links to your CPA offers and 1 or 2 adsense ads.
     
  18. fakeplastictrees

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    I'm almost done setting up my first blogfarm. I used .com, .info, and .net. One thing I have noticed is that the .info (only used one just in case) is taking longer to get indexed. I am throwing a few good backlinks to it just so google doesn't deindex it. If you have pingcrawl I think you should be just fine though (keep it at a limit of 3 tags).

    Also I've kept it as 5 posts a day and that works great for me.

    And for hosting, as said above use indianets. Really is the best. Vijay also promises lowest rates available, and delivers.
     
  19. Alexanderia0007

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    Its just a myth when it comes to indexing these things: sign up for google webmaster tools and you can manualy start the indexing process via google webmaster tool page.
     
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  20. RiffMaster

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    Go for .coms

    They might be expensive but they are worth it in the long run !!!