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Creating a blog network

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by socialblast, Jul 17, 2013.

  1. socialblast

    socialblast Regular Member

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    Ok so I have been researching on creating a blog network so I can rank my personal sites and I can't find the answers I'm looking for.

    Iv been scraping domains for sale on go daddy and finding some decent high pr domains for decent prices but once I have bought the domains then what? Do I fill the sites in with content that's relavent to the domain or just put loads of nonsense on them?

    also iv read your best off hosting each domain on different servers etc. so if I was to buy say 100 domains that would mean I'd have to get 100 different hosting accounts is this correct? That would mean around $700 a month just in hosting fees which seems a lot.
     
  2. crosnake

    crosnake Junior Member

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    Fill your site with relevant content rather than throwing nonsense content which will never bring you any visits.

    What do you mean by best off hosting?

    I think one hosting account can be fine for 100 domains. No need to buy hosting account for each doman. Check out hostgator plans. 10$ monthly is much better than 700$ :tee:

    Kind Regards
     
  3. oozyluce

    oozyluce Regular Member

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    When you buy the domain it's up to you. If you decide to do a niche-orientated blog network then keep the articles relevant, otherwise, keep non-promotional articles relevant and keep the promotional articles relevant to the anchor text.

    As for hosting, there are two school of toughts: either SEO hosting (such a http://www.hostnine.com/ or http://www.aseohosting.com/ ) which is less pricy AS you manage to keep the maintenance costs under 200$ or, like you said, buy different hosting plans at different providers with different accounts which has proven to be the safer way to go.

    it's really up to you :)
     
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  4. sn0rt

    sn0rt Elite Member

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    This is not my forte.

    But, would you be able to simply use the domain mapping feature and keep the free hosting?

    If the juice is coming from the domains, then you should be able to keep the free hosting..
     
  5. mannion400

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    i thought lins from blogs are old? content = king?
     
  6. oozyluce

    oozyluce Regular Member

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    Content is important but not as much as links. Lurk more mate ;)