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Creating blog network question

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by maxlogov, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. maxlogov

    maxlogov Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I got couple question regarding creating blog networks.

    1st) Do you use separate domain or separate c-class for every blog(domain) ?

    2nd) Do you use whois privacy to avoid footprints ?

    3rd) Do you use same google analytic ? is that safe in matter of footprints ?
     
  2. partymarty4870

    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    1) all separate
    2) mostly
    3) not with a 10 foot pole. you don't need that kind info about your blog network anyway.
     
  3. maxlogov

    maxlogov Junior Member

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    by first question I mean is that separate ip for every domain or separate c-class for every domain ?
     
  4. twistedtrick

    twistedtrick Power Member

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    I use entirely separate IP addresses just because to me it's as easy as separating only c-class for each domain anyway.
    Private registrations, and then if you really need analytics for some odd reason I certainly would not use any Google tool.
     
  5. maxlogov

    maxlogov Junior Member

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    but in hosting costs having separate c-class will be pretty expensive other than having separate ip for every domain
    how do you deal with that ?
     
  6. twistedtrick

    twistedtrick Power Member

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    I simply find those who have shared hosting or a reseller account and lots of room left on their account and ask if they will let me place one of my domains as an addon with limited space/bandwidth (since I never realistically expect my network to receive very much traffic anyway).
     
  7. b1step-ahead

    b1step-ahead Power Member

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    try not to for blogs

    Also, once you create a few blogs you have to either keep creating content by hand or with automation. I found a pretty good system that explains all of the above and offers auto curated content and its all pretty cheap. Blog networks take time, the more you put in the more you usually get out.
     
  8. maxlogov

    maxlogov Junior Member

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    what is your system ?
     
  9. FatSteve

    FatSteve Regular Member

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    1. Class C+ or cloud hosting
    2. privacy + sometimes fake owners ID
    3. no way, same goes for any other tracking software - you will have one piece of code on all sites tying them up together. If you want to check traffic stats, log onto cPanel.
     
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    Don't even bother with analytics for your network sites. Once you get the network up and running you would never check them anyway
     
  11. goodfellas12

    goodfellas12 Newbie

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    I wouldnt put any analytics if I were you, as it anyway isnt so relevant for the purpose. For hosting, you may not always have to use a premium account. There are free hosters which can serve the purpose so long as the bandwidth is within their permissible limits.
     
  12. peakrankings

    peakrankings Newbie

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    1st) Do you use separate domain or separate c-class for every blog(domain) ?
    1st) Definitely if you like to see results use separate c-class for every blog or domain.

    2nd) Do you use whois privacy to avoid footprints ?
    2nd) Like FatSteve says use fake id's.

    3rd) Do you use same google analytic ? is that safe in matter of footprints ?
    3rd) Use email id of domain for Google Analytics and Webmasters. I know adding complete network on one email id is easy to manage but this can be done by sharing stats on one email id. :p
     
  13. lakedaimon

    lakedaimon Registered Member

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    sorry to junp up on this, but why would he want to use fake id? Something tells me i am missing something here..
     
  14. iicheif

    iicheif BANNED BANNED

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    There is a complete step by step article on how to create a blog network step by step! Check it out

    Link: bit.ly/13WaRcl