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does someone manage to use blogsolutions

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by extra, Dec 17, 2007.

  1. extra

    extra Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    i read that if you host it on shared server of godaddy they will ban you is it right?

    thanks
     
  2. Entrepreneur

    Entrepreneur Regular Member

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    It wouldn't suprise me. I doubt you'll find many people on here talking about godaddy in a nice way. They're a bunch of cunts and i personally wouldn't give them another penny of my money.
     
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    extra Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    so what hosting company do you guys recomend (i prefer not us one)
    thanks
     
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    Entrepreneur Regular Member

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    I'm going to be putting it on my VPS in a few days to try it out. slhost.com don't give two shits what i do with my vps, and they offer good value if it's vps you're after.
     
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    I just got finished installing 7 BS installs on separate IPs using IXwebhosting. I hope they won't ban me.
     
  6. stmadeveloper

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    Waste of time trying to run blogsolutions on a shared host mate. Just cough up for a VPS and go to town.

    Warning - my BS sites are getting banned left and right though. Unique templates, etc...

    I'm about to scrap using it to be honest. My last two server set ups and wipes with Blog Solutions hasn't been worth it financially for my time.

    Think I'm going to give simplified search engine content or whatever it is a go to replace that income.

    Anyway - here is a basic cost run down for using a VPS and blogsolutions.

    VPS = 40 per month (little less, little more).
    15 domains (expired are going to cost about 160) or less if you get new ones. I usually do a bit of a mix.
    Time to set all of em up, research some keywords, build a few unique template for each run, etc... a number of hours.

    So I'm spending about 200 bucks for 15 main domains, and 100's to 10,000 sub domains. Usually leave them up for about 3 months then just park the domains.

    Last two didn't break even but I was using yahoo ads :(