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Best Technique for Word Press Cash..

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by wedge421, Sep 30, 2008.

  1. wedge421

    wedge421 Registered Member

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    I will be the first to admit that I am a n00b when it comes to all of this blackhatting. I have been lurking on this forum just reading and soaking up as much information as humanly possible. I finally took the leap and purchased a domain and a slot at hostgator and installed WordPress on the site.

    I am signed up with ClickBank, CJ and Pepperjam. I am currently waiting on a account approvla from EPN (Im not gonna hold my breat). I also signed purchased access to CSG.

    My goal is to setup a step by step, A-Z guide on how to set up multiple wordpress blogs and make a bit of money off of it.

    I wanted to reach out to you guys for suggestions on what you felt were the best methods of doing this. My plan is to get 5 niche blogs up and running. I would create these blogs based on niche finder programs/scripts . One these 5 blogs are up I would go to my affiliates and look for the right products to place on the sites. I would then jump over to CSG and get the proper code and insert that in the sites as well for the individual products with links. Also if you dont know what CSG is Im not sure if im allowed to talk about it in this area. From here I would need to figure out how to get the sites index'd and liked. My understanding is that the best tool for fast results is bookmarking demon, which I plan to buy.

    From here though I am kind of at a standstill. I signed up for the Membership site that launches i a few days but I am looking for a more permanent solution.

    1) What is the best way to create more then one wordpress blog? Like I said I want to start with 5 and work up from there. Can you host multiple word press blogs on a Hostgator account? And after I get the 5 up and running should I double or triple that number in a week or so?

    2)What affiliate programs have you found that CSG is best used with?

    3) Is bookmarking Demon the best way to get fast traffic coming in?

    4) What is the best program to get indexed on google?

    5) And finally after the 5 blogs are live..where should I go from there? Do I keep creating more blogs with more niche's and more CSG action? And if so how many blogs is a safe number?

    AGAIN Thanks for all your help. This forum has been absolutely amazing! You guys have been a tremendous help getting me this far. And in return I want to compile this guide for all the n00bs that will come after me.

    Thanks
    Wedge
     
  2. gifmore

    gifmore Regular Member

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    Hi,

    I believe you can have as many blogs as your hosting package allows on h0stgat0r.

    You can either:
    a) Use Fantastico (you can find that in cpanel) to install blogs in subdirectories or subfolders in your main domain. (e.g. YourDomain.com/blog01; YourDomain.com/blog02 etc...)

    b) i. If you have a shared hosting account, buy 4 (or whatever number) additional domains and plug them in cpanel as add-on domains. Same deal as (a) with installing the blogs. Use Fantastico to install them in the add-on domains, which look like subdirectories/subfolders under your main domain's public_html folder.

    ii. If you have a reseller account (woo hoo :p), you can even buy 4 (or whatever number) additional domains and give them each their own cpanel. In each of the 4 domains' cpanel, you can then use Fantastico to install the blog in either the public_html folder, or again, in a subdirectory of subfolder.

    :) Just my 2 cents worth... but perhaps it might be good to get some traffic to the blogs that you've installed first, before creating a gazillion number of blogs but with little or no traffic? :flame:

    It might also be good to get some web2.0 sites (e.g. squid00, m yspa ce, hu*bp*ages etc.) or accounts that link back to your blogs.

    Also, it might not necessarily be good for your blogs to link excessively to each other, even if their contents were pretty similar or related. If their content were vastly different, then you might NOT want to link them with each other at all, perhaps.

    Lookin' forward to hearing other folks' input on this, cos we're all here to learn :)

    Cheerio.
     
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  3. wedge421

    wedge421 Registered Member

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    So you think I should get one blog up, use bookmark demon to hook it to all the social sites and then see how it goes from there? As far as the initial blog, how in depth does it need to be? And when you use CSG do you need to stuff a specific item or can you just use your overall account and get credit for the click rather then a purchase? Thanks again
     
  4. matapples01

    matapples01 Regular Member

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    Let me get this straight. You're planning to sell an ebook on your expertise at blog farming yet you've never really even set one up much less made any money from one and, oh yeah, you're looking for advice on exactly how to do this succesfully so you can make the ebook?

    I'd say you have the cart before the horse but you don't have a cart...or even a horse for that matter. Don't become that guy from DP who sells some piece of shit ebook from Captain Obvious Publications, makes $287, pisses off the world and dies a slow painful IM death.

    Try something, add your personal touches and if it's successful you won't need to sell the ebook. You'll make the money off the process itself.
     
  5. wedge421

    wedge421 Registered Member

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    No not at all. I didnt plan on selling an ebook or anything on here. I just wanted to make a step by step guide that could be posted for free in the d/l section or where ever for n00bs to be able to download. I figured it would help a lot of people.
     
  6. gifmore

    gifmore Regular Member

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    :)

    Warning: I'm a """" Noob """ (Read with extreme caution) :flame:

    Actually, you might want to draft (for yourself, so you'll be clear):

    a) Your exact business model - Answer (to yourself) how you are providing value and what you want from your potential customers. Of course, how you make money in the process too. :D (Some folks might also include the type of website they're setting up in their business model description - e.g. direct sales (salesletter) website, membership website, free giveaway site, web portal, web directory, free script or free online service (e.g. w0rdtrackers's free keywords tool, or even yuemyutu's ksksearch.com ?)

    b) The process flows from getting traffic, how and where they land on your website, what happens next, how you make money once, how you make money over and over again, what does the customer get (or think she's getting :p), etc.

    c) Traffic sources - The wheres and hows.

    Of course, all this stuff might be applicable for the white hatters, and I hope the black hat specialists and experts will also share their thoughts on this.

    Errr..... did I understand your idea correctly at all ......... :tumblewee

    :cow04: Cheerio :)

    :abducted:
     
  7. ximscreamingx

    ximscreamingx Power Member

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    I'll outline what you need step-by-step:

    1. Pick a topic
    2. Do some keyword research
    3. Write or buy some articles on that topic targeted to those keywords
    4. Use the articles as your site content
    5. Monetize the site with ads of your choice
    6. Allow the traffic to come in from search engines
    7. Go to Step 1
     
  8. wedge421

    wedge421 Registered Member

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    Where is a good location to purchase articles on my subject? After you add the articles do you need to do anything further as far as search engines go?