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Domain + 3 subdomains autoblogging *GENIOUS*

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by badman1, Jan 21, 2010.

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  1. badman1

    badman1 Junior Member

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    So Is this genious or what?
    I have a keyword rich domain with an autoblogger
    then i set up 3 subdomains which further add keywords for a longer string of micro niche.
    Each with its own auto blogger related to those micros..
    As Guiness beer would say *Brilliant*
     
  2. MarketerMac

    MarketerMac Regular Member

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    lol.

    step it up, think bigger then 3. Now that's genius..
     
  3. badman1

    badman1 Junior Member

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    Hey cmon man lol this took me 3 days to do. Since i have no idea what im doing its going pretty well im already getting 20 unique per day per micro niche and yes I will be adding more.. Im trying to trim the fat so i can get this done in 1 hr lol. then just roll them out like mcdonalds double cheese burgers.
     
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    Genius... 1% inspiration, 99% perspiration. Implement, that's the key.

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  5. AgentOrange_MkUltra

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    Done guys... 3000 domains, 5 subdomains each, 5 different forms of autoblogging at work. 15 / 20 millions page on Google currently and 5000 / 6000 visitors per day. I am now working on the monetization.
     
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    wowzzren Newbie

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    How many IPs?
     
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    Bump - would like to know also :)
     
  8. SSL9000J

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    Nice... you're on the right track. Props for getting started. Now stop {insert sexual metaphor here} yourself over it and make more blogs! One ain't gonna make you rich, kiddo, you've still got a LOT of work to do.
     
  9. sm00th

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    I got 5 auto blogs I started guess I need to make subdomains too now lol, but how do you drive traffic without them looking like spam?
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  10. polymath

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    I'd like to congratulate you for taking the first step!:) But that's just the beginning though...just keep doing what you are doing....keep on improving on each new autoblog..keep on perfecting the skill of creating and marketing your autoblogs and if you reach 50+ blogs and 2-3 months and have done them correctly, you'll start to earn some good cash:)
     
  11. jimmy506

    jimmy506 Newbie

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    If I'm creating small niches with longtail keywords on sub-domains, Is the "root" domain keyword taken into account at all by google?

    I thought G00gle treats subdomains as separate entities.
    Is it not so as far as Keyword Phrase in the URL goes?

    If I had: hxxp://Mattresses.com
    Could I do this?
    hxxp://Memoryfoam.Mattresses.com
    hxxp://airbed.Mattresses.com

    I thought the root domain was ignored and that you needed to have unrelated niches- and also not inner link them.
     
  12. SSL9000J

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    I don't know about root domains. I would think that as long as you could drive traffic to the page, it wouldn't matter as far as ranking goes. As for the niches, why would you want them to be unrelated? If your site is 'matresses.com', you wouldn't want 'dogfood.matresses.com/constipation', that wouldn't make much sense. And interlinking is fine, you just have to do it right. Use your relevant keywords as links to pages on your micro-nicher's, don't overdo it though. (ex. 'matresses.com' has an article about memory foam, so every third or fourth time that phrase is mentioned, link it to 'matresses.com/memoryfoam', 'memoryfoam.matresses.com', 'whatyousleepon.com/memoryfoam-matresses', etc. Switch it up a bit.

    Keep this in mind: Google really doesn't give a damn about your website. They're interested in how many other people give a damn about your website. (But that's another story...)
     
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    jimmy506 Newbie

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    Thanks SSL9001... and thanks for the thread badboy1

    Sorry for the confusion, Let me try again:

    I want to buy a domain name and set up 20 subdomains on it. They will be unrelated niches. My question is: Will the main domain name be taken into account by G00gle while trying to rank my subdomains for "Keyword Phrase in URL"

    Example: Say the domain name is hxxp://InternetWorld.com
    These Niches:
    hxxp://4sliceToaster.InternetWorld..com
    hxxp://MemoryFoamShoes.InternetWorld..com

    Is "InternetWorld" now part of my Keyword Phrase?

    Thanks
     
  14. tee1

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    I would like to know the number of IPs as well (also how are you hosting them). Because can't you get multiple IPs via hostgator but then all your autoblogs would be in one account which I thought I read woudl be a problem so.. damn thats impressive how do you get that many autoblogs up there? TIA
     
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    If you are using same adsense on multiple accounts, than there is no sense in having too many different ips.
     
  16. polymath

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    It is almost impossible to hide the relationship of your accounts from big daddy G :) Or if it is possible, it's a big hassle to do so..They log your IP everytime you log in to your adsense, so you need to change IP and clear your cache everytime you log into another adsense. If you have installed analytics into your sites with adsense account #1, and visit them often with an IP that has an adsense account #2, google will find some connection because the chances of an IP knowing and visiting all your sites or most of them is very slim...Damn...they're just too smart...:D
    But if you have big bucks on the line, you might want separate computers with two different IP's and adsense account so that you won't make the mistake of logging in to the other account by mistake, you can also block websites from the first account on the second PC so that you won't visit them by mistake:) It's a really big hassle, but is worth it if your big payday is on the line...
     
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    What are you using to keep track of your blogs? spreadsheet? any special program?
     
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    I had a subdomain once on a completely unrelated root domain. The root domain was my company name, with no keywords. The subdomain was the key word. I made the subdomain to host a demo site for a client, to bid for a contract.

    By the time i got around to presenting it to them, the site was ranking pretty well for the keyword in the subdomain.

    it was realestate.mycompanyname.com

    It was a fluke, but turned into gold. Stupidly enough, i never put 2 and two together, OP shed some light for me. I completely forgot about that incident. It was when i was only doing design and hadn't even delved into SEO yet.

    The stupid luck makes sense now though.
     
  19. jimmy506

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    That's interesting non-prophet-

    I think I'm going to find a generic .COM and try this out.
    Maybe a 5 or 6 letter domain.

    Example Niches:
    hxxp://4sliceToaster.Jim23.com
    hxxp://MemoryFoamShoes.Jim23.com

    But then I still wonder if that "ROOT" domain is taken into account by g00gle.

    The OP seems to indicate using a long string of keywords...

    If so- then Maybe better to do: hxxp://4sliceToaster.helpfulreviews.com
     
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    maybe