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Autoblogs - Staying Under The Radar

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by stevesdata, Dec 23, 2008.

  1. stevesdata

    stevesdata Regular Member

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    Hello All

    I wanted to post the results of quite a lot of reading I have been doing on this which may help some ppl and I also have some questions for the more experienced members.

    Hopefully the first section will help some people. Its from here and a wide range of sources.

    Recommendations I have had:

    *Create a dedicated email addy for each autoblog with different web mail providers and do this ideally through proxies
    *Also create a unique and "decent" looking author profile / about section
    *Vary templates
    *Vary ad placements / ad types
    *Vary the number of posts per day
    *Include periods of inactivity to make more human e.g. days or a week with no posting (this is apparently a trigger if there are posts EVERY day)
    *Dont host more than 50 autoblogs on 1 server
    *Dont host autoblogs on private servers
    *Split blogs between Bl0gger / WP etc.
    *Host on different C-class IP addys
    *Post between 0-5 posts / day, with ideally 0-3 posts / day in the first month
    *Also delay monetization ideally no ads for the first few weeks / month
    *Vary banner designs
    *Try to sell blogs if they make either a lot or not enough money e.g. if brings a lot of traffic / cash more likely to get banned

    My plan is to try and start rolling some of these out, I would like to do a combination of building my own and outsourcing to other ppl to build to help randomise the process up a bit.

    Questions I have:

    *How many blogs are sensible to have in total? I am thinking 100 - 1000
    *Can autoblogs get you banned from Aff1l1ates / Ads3ns3? or do you just get de-indexed by g00gle?
    *What is the best type of homepage to submit for CPA acceptance? Are there any examples? i.e. what kind of site should I build specifically to help me get accepted?
    *What footprints are left from autoblogs?

    I hope this has helped some ppl and would appreciate a bit of advice myself.

    ;)
     
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  2. stevesdata

    stevesdata Regular Member

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    I also forgot to mention I have heard people complaining of having batches of blogs removed from mass generation e.g. if you set up 50 with a mass install and one is tripped they can all go :(
     
  3. darksorrow

    darksorrow Registered Member

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    stevesdata

    What is your reasoning for not hosting on private servers? I host 95% of my autoblogs on private servers with no issues?

    Are you meaning servers that get internet access via residential internet services?
     
  4. husker999

    husker999 Junior Member

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    I think have to depends on mass generation of blog leaves any foot print for them to trace all your other blogs.