Domains for Autoblogging (Your Opinions)??

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by vuedoolor, Jun 1, 2010.

  1. vuedoolor

    vuedoolor Junior Member

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    I have a question on which route I should take when buying domains for creating X amount of blogs. Let's say I wanted to create 100 auto blogs should I buy:

    1. primary domains like http://www.yourdomain.com
    or Save my money and use

    2. subdomains like http://www.dogniche.yourdomain.com
    or

    3. create sub directories like http://www.yourdomain.com/dogniche

    I'm thinking that primary domains would be the best route to take but then I am low on funds too and that's $7 x 100 domains would be $700
     
  2. vuedoolor

    vuedoolor Junior Member

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    So no one has an opinion on this?
     
  3. spunk91

    spunk91 Registered Member

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    pbrouse Junior Member

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    I have been buying 1 domain for each blog. If you use .info then its not as expensive.

    I have heard of people having success with subdomains. Maybe you should try doing 1 domain and then subdomains first and see what types of results you get.
     
  5. albertb

    albertb Registered Member

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    Use one domain per niche. Having unrelated niches on a single domain won't do much good. And if you are trying some blackhat seo and your site gets blocked by google then you won't lose all your blogs.
     
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  6. data84

    data84 Junior Member

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    Yeah, you want to have a separate domain for every niche your trying to market. One key thing is to get a domain with some of the keywords you are trying to rank for. That is HUGE when Google ranks the sites. I've set up about 20-30 autoblogs and in my personal experience the autoblogs that I've set up on the homepages of .com's have fared a lot better than when I placed the autoblogs on subdomains (blog.lakexxx.com)