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CPA Offers You Can Put On Free Hosted Blog Spot Blogs. ??????? Any one know any???

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  1. crazyhorsesghost

    crazyhorsesghost Junior Member

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    CPA Offers You Can Put On Free Hosted Blog Spot Blogs. ??????? Any one know any???

    I am working on a project and I need CPA offers I can put on free hosted Blogspot , Blogger Blogs. Anyone know any. Please post them.

    Will look forward to answer.
     
  2. timothywcrane

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    edit: I see you were talking only of Blogspot, and other than the need to buy a domain for some, most CPA companies will approve a Blogspot blog, if offered to them correctly with quality and converting traffic. Just be known that you need to remove your navbar and not use scripts that might trigger a hosting closure. Do not host a lot of CPA type blogs on your main account, as blogger is kind of foreclosure happy these days.

    I left my earlier comments about free hosting below for others to poss benefit from.

    Almost any CPA company's ads can be run on a free blog hosting. Some may require you to have your own domain, and some might not even require that. Getting accepted will usually require you to have A site for the CPA company to review, but not ness.*** the one you will use (above or below board*** Get CPA Redirector).

    If the free host allows you to show your own ads, then you should not lose YOUR hosting for it, and very few give CPA companies give a damn where you host anyway as long as it IS your site and has quality content with traffic that converts.

    You may find that free hosting has a few drawbacks, but in large projects with little money, they are indeed useful. Just know that free hosts are assholes about resource usage, so try to minimize plugins if poss, and be away of high traffic spikes (free hosts see guys with traffic as able to pay for hosting and will be quick to call you a spammer if you don't cough it up). Know that too many redirects and popups send up red flags, and for goodness sake, keep two sets of books (separate contacts/IP connections and link cloaking whenever poss.). As hard as you try, you will lose accounts from time to time.

    I think that if you take these things into consideration, using a free host would be best limited to an email collection blog or similar. That way even if you lose the site, you have something long term to walk away with. It also places many of the "sales" process in the back and minimizes you chances of getting a spam or scripting ban. I have yet to see a host or an affiliate ad company turn down a simple informational opt in page. Its also the most up and up and successful.

    If you are going for BH, then your choice and quality of hosting is the least of you worries. You will lose it, build it, churn it, and learn it, scale it, and drop it. Then the cycle continues. That's just how it is. In these cases it is best to think of it as "you have permission to do whatever you want, but it wasn't you...".

    Automated content systems, gateways, etc... are unwanted, and you have to smart about using them. Be sure to rename popular bad boy plugins, remove footprints as much as possible, and try to reduce resource usage (sort rss before retrieval for autoblogs and minimize cron jobs and posting). Keep backups of site templates to throw up again on other hosting when using gateways sneaky scripts,fake profiles, and/or popups, as they get reported and removed faster than an ewhore on Facebook pulling tricks in SecondLife meetups.

    The hardest thing often to do in a free host is to get all of the permissions and framework enabled to run the scripts or automation you want. Know that those that have what you need are often the pickiest in what they allow, but if you stay under the wire, you pretty much have it made, and can be scaled up pretty easily.

    Good luck.
     
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  3. crazyhorsesghost

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    Great reply. Thanks