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Blogspot.com says my blog is spam?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by 6000RWHP, Dec 11, 2009.

  1. 6000RWHP

    6000RWHP Regular Member

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    I tried creating 10 unique blogs on blogspot.com.

    I created a new account for the second blog, but blogspot.com identified it as spam and won't publish it.

    Is this because of my IP? Maybe the URL that I put in both blogs?
     
  2. mr.brightside

    mr.brightside Newbie

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    I don't thinks its about the IP. Becasue is have 4 blogspot and the 3 of them have same contents and niche, that was before when i dont know about seo. But still my blogspot is the same and blogspot doesnt block my post or blog. May the problem is the way you link build your site?
     
  3. crack_dhat

    crack_dhat Regular Member

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    did you create those using a single gmail account?
     
  4. 6000RWHP

    6000RWHP Regular Member

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    No. Separate gmail accounts.
     
  5. oblio421

    oblio421 Newbie

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    they deleted my blog because they said it was spam. i used free plr articles on it.
     
  6. nikhil88

    nikhil88 Regular Member

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    you can request a review on the blog. more often than not the blog is unblocked after the review
     
  7. Reelnetwork

    Reelnetwork Regular Member

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    I remember making blogspot blogs, You will have to make 10 blogs per gmail account, nothing more.
     
  8. 6000RWHP

    6000RWHP Regular Member

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    Yes, but can you link to the same URL in each blog?
     
  9. Reelnetwork

    Reelnetwork Regular Member

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    Same url? Explain a bit.
     
  10. 6000RWHP

    6000RWHP Regular Member

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    I'm putting the URL of my commercial site in the blog article.

    Blogspot.com had no problem publishing the first blog article, but when I created a new account, posted a unique article, and inserted the same URL, then it hit me with a spam shutdown.

    Maybe I should make 10 blogs from 10 different bloggings sites instead of doing them all on blogspot.com
     
  11. Reelnetwork

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    Yes you should do that, and like i told just make blogs in blogspot with few accounts if you want to continue with blogspot.
     
  12. WebStarr

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    i heard that blogspot allow 100 blogs from 1 account then why they are doing it?
     
  13. kanshu

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    Actually, you can create up to 100 blogs per Gmail account as WebStarr pointed out. I know 'cause I've done that. 100 is the actual limit.

    So far, I have not had any problems creating new blogs when I need one. But of course, I'm not into autoblogs ... yet. And my blogs are not that active as well.
     
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  14. kanshu

    kanshu Regular Member

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    I don't think the URL is the problem. I use the URL's to my own domains all the time. It must be the article. There must be a combination of words there that looks like spam. But then, of course, I don't have AdSense in any of my blogs ... yet. I just have amazon.com affiliate links and adverts.
     
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  15. IMwarrior2

    IMwarrior2 Junior Member

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    I had 150 on one gmail account - they sent me a message that said I had to remove 50 but I was free to have as many accounts as I like - so thats what I did
     
  16. IMwarrior2

    IMwarrior2 Junior Member

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    as far as the spam thing goes

    either you copy/paste something that triggers it - or someone reports you

    those seem to be the two things for spam.... most times if you have it reviewed they will un-spam it - but be careful with the content - you don't want to have 100 blogs and then get shut down (hasn't happened to me yet)


    in terms of posting once I post 50 things a day then every post becomes capthcha'd
     
  17. crack_dhat

    crack_dhat Regular Member

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    Can you interlink those blogs created on the same gmail account? or big G will raise its eyebrow if it notice the interlinking?
     
  18. khirad

    khirad BANNED BANNED

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    you did 1 of these

    -> created many blogs from same account
    -> published more than 20 Posts on your accounts
     
  19. kanshu

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    Technically, a blog is a sub-domain. And a sub-domain is just a distinct web page. So, there shouldn't be a restriction on how they should be linked together because most websites are structured that way. The restriction doesn't make sense from the programming point of view.

    From a mathematician's point of view, it doesn't make sense that a certain "anti-spam" algorithm will penalize websites because they share links together and they have the same owner.