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facing a bumb in the road

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Nexusx2, Jul 2, 2011.

  1. Nexusx2

    Nexusx2 Regular Member

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    I have been writing artices everday for the past month and I use hyperphp as my free domain. I have hand coded 90% of my site and done as much seo as possible. The problem im facing is that adsense is not allowed on my website. This is crippeling my passive income because clicksor is not seo based advertisement. I'm wondering what I should do? all of my articles are indexed in the dmoz, and all other search engines. the only back links I have are through digg, reddit, and facebook. Its not really possible for me to register a domain at this time so I'm wondering what steps I should take.

    Maybe move my website to a free domain that allows adsense and then 301 my old links? I really don't know what to do.

    I know that this is an adsense question but it has a lot to do with SEO as well.
     
  2. Narrator

    Narrator Power Member

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    Why can't you register a domain?

    Make a blog with wordpress or tumblr, add adsense, and 301 your old articles to the new locations.
     
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  3. RyanCassidy

    RyanCassidy Newbie

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    A Domain, and hosting is rather cheap. Nothing should be preventing you from registering. Just backup your articles and put them up on your new domain, as already said Wordpress is great. You might want to wait a little until you initiate Adsense on your site.
     
  4. wes_one

    wes_one Junior Member

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    just use blogger.That way you can easily have your adsense and just divert the link juice from your old to your new domain
     
  5. RyanCassidy

    RyanCassidy Newbie

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    Good suggestion Wes.
     
  6. Nexusx2

    Nexusx2 Regular Member

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    Right now I don't have any funds in my paypal. Plus a keyword for this domain would be kinda tricky. The site is about 3 niches that mix well together.

    Is there anything wrong with putting up the ads right away?

    I was thinking of using blogger but wont I lose some SEO control if I switch?