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Can a computer lab do anything useful for my blogging?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by terrynaught, Jan 16, 2015.

  1. terrynaught

    terrynaught Newbie

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    My business has acquired a peer-to-peer networked computer lab of some 100 low power desktops. It will only see casual use. I am wondering if there is anything I could install on these machines to help promote my personal blogging endeavers. Something that could run in the background unsupervised when they don't have anything better to do.

    I do not yet understand the intricacies of search engines/ranking enough to know if there is any potential here. Given that they are all connected on the same network I would assume that they wouldn't register to search engines as 100 unique hits, for example. Just thought I'd run the scenario by you guys to see if there isn't something useful I can do with them for my referral/adsense blogs anyway.
     
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  2. DFWi Reaper

    DFWi Reaper Regular Member

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    I'm no SEO genius, but I would assume that there isn't much that you can do with it in terms of helping out your blogging endeavers.

    Install mining software and profit virtually nothing off them?
     
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    Watch out when you mine though because you are going to get hit with the big electric bill especially with that many. If you don't have to pay electric I would go for it.
     
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    Even if he didn't pay for electricity, his profit margin would be nearly to none. He has low power computers. This means that they don't even have a dedicated GPU. Those computers might have some low-mid end processor but that's about it. Therefore, mining won't bring any profits.

    OP, if all those machines are connected through one network then you won't get 100 unique his but 1 unique and 99 returning.