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Do You Use .Info or .Com On Your Autoblogs?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by macdonjo3, Aug 29, 2010.

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What Would You Use If You Were A Beginner With Limited Budget?

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  1. macdonjo3

    macdonjo3 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    • You can make 10 sites for the price of 1 .Com
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    • Easy resell if the blog doesn't do good
    • May rank faster/easier than .Info
     
  2. Tanksapka

    Tanksapka Registered Member

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    .info is very useful for blackhaters.. why? cuz it's cheap.. and it's perfect for testing if something working with info it will working better .com that's why info domains are very useful
     
  3. cjmo75

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    .coms are only $10. If you are serious about autoblogging and ever want the potential to sell your blogs later on down the line, you have to go with a .com.

    I do have a few .info's. but I use those to redirect to Clickbank products for article marketing. Otherwise, all my sites are .coms.
     
  4. macdonjo3

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    So tell me if this is right:

    If I am a beginner that wants to try autoblogging and I am not planning to sell, .info is the way to go.
    If I am planning to sell my autoblogs .coms are the way to go.

    Although, what do I do if I am about to create, lets say 50 blogs. Make 50 .infos now or wait and get $500 to buy .com?
     
  5. pasdoy

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    yeah I would like to know the answer. Also, what aboy subdomains?
     
  6. macdonjo3

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    Sub domains are a no no. They are hard to rank.
     
  7. peixe01

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    .com will hurt you after a year when you want to extend, imagine 30 autoblogs, thats 300 dollars. So if your nor serious and dont expect to make that much in a year, i would do .info
     
  8. mousanony

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    I think the whole "Subdomains don't rank" is a myth. I've used subdomains when I didn't want to buy new domains just to fit my keywords. My subdomains were on my .info and I still ranked for them.

    In the end, if you are the cheapest bastard alive, go for .info subdomain domination :)

    Best of luck to you Macdonjo
     
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  9. citizenxs

    citizenxs Newbie

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    I definitely do not see any difference between .info and .com in terms of time taken to get indexed and ranking, so starting out you should just get .info. If you go with .com only and you want to build a large network then it can get pretty expensive.
     
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    I dont believe there is either!

    The only benefit to a .com (apart from flogging it) is that if you are selling or promoting a product, you generally have more customer assurance
     
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    I had a similar question, but after reading this thread, Im gonna go with .info and see how well it works.
     
  12. cjmo75

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    .coms look way more professional. And if you are doing it right, then you should putting some of the money aside to pay your bills such as domain costs. That's business management 101.

    Go with .coms and do it right.
     
  13. macdonjo3

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    I shall try the .info route. I am going to start my purchasing soon. 300 blogs by 2011. Shall I make a thread about my progress?
     
  14. mousanony

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    Only if you keep it updated :)

    Subdomains or no?

    90 percent of the population have no idea what the difference is or how much either cost :)

    You reduce you're business expenses 10x with this approach. Do you think spending an extra $2700 (in his case) to look professional is worth it with an autoblog? IMO it's not. However, if he had a website selling some kind of affiliate product I could totally see where you were coming from
     
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    I've just launch my first .info domain , get indexed very quickly , so far quite nice