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First autoblog, haven't made any revenue yet but already suspended from namecheap hosting!

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Sjors, Aug 21, 2010.

  1. Sjors

    Sjors Registered Member

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    Okay so just got back from my vacation and haven't touched my first autoblog at all, and it was just averaging ~ 50 uniques per day. It know has an average of 100 posts and I posted every 4 hours with WProbot.

    I didn't even monetize it, and I'm already suspended from namecheap hosting.

    I'm using a shared hosting account, which I pay 6,95 for per month. 100gb space, and 1000gb transfer.

    I saw posts of other BHW members that steadily run 10+ autoblogs on a hostgator baby package.

    What should I do?
    Should I move to hostgator, or should I allready upgrade my hosting account?

    Any ideas or input would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. outsidethesquare

    outsidethesquare Regular Member

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    Definately move to HG. I have autoblogs hosted with baby package. No problems whatsoever so far. Also using WP Robot.
     
  3. mcgoohan6

    mcgoohan6 Power Member

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    I'm running autoblogs on HG and not having any problem. I'm not huge (yet) but I get too big I'll move up from the Baby Plan.
     
  4. redfulong

    redfulong Junior Member

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    Maybe you should slow down your posting
     
  5. S7apster

    S7apster Junior Member

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    definitely switch to HG
     
  6. simey69

    simey69 Regular Member

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    Hiya,

    same here, autoblogging on HG, I have a reseller account with numerous domains...
    never had a problem with HG, good support, price is ok

    Like others have said, perhaps slow the posting a bit?

    Si
     
  7. cjmo75

    cjmo75 BANNED BANNED

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    I would definitely switch to HostGator. They are the best.

    You probably got suspended because someone complained about a copyright violation.

    You have to make sure that your autoblogging software posts the links properly.

    I often have people do Copyscape searches to see if the links have been posted within their articles that I autopost to my blog.

    If they aren't some people will get pissed.

    Of course, I also post the full article, not just a link back to the original.

    The only two resources I use for articles is the Unique Article Wizard plug in and I have an account at Free Traffic System which allows articles to autopost to your blog (not a plug-in).

    The articles from both are high quality.

    Another great tool for traffic is the Only Wire plug in. works wonders and makes bookmarking a snap.
     
  8. thegame95

    thegame95 Junior Member

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    i am on byethost and have never problems there, run a few sites.
     
  9. Sjors

    Sjors Registered Member

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    Thanks for the replies. I've now switched too hostgator, fortunately I only bought 1 month subscription for namecheap hosting but they did waste my money and my time.
     
  10. ┼blackrat┼

    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    I went to site5.c0m after I got scammed by datapacket.n3t - tons of autoblogs, monthly subscription and kickass support.
     
  11. MisterGemini

    MisterGemini Senior Member

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    umm... OP I would consider your post frequency. I don't know if everyone noticed that, but that is why your account got suspended. Running that kind of auto posting would be somewhat heavy on CPU and IO resources for the host. It won't surprise me if you get suspended at HG exactly the same way. You need to bring down your auto posting frequency. Just a suggestion. Going with a VPS though is always worry and trouble free when it comes to autoblogs.
     
  12. biffo

    biffo Regular Member

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    get on Hostgator as other people have susgested.

    :)
     
  13. Biscut

    Biscut Regular Member

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    My first autoblog was based on the shezboy's twisted autoblog method and I was doing an update every 2 hours. I've toned it down a bit 3-4 posts a day now but I have 20 autoblogs and many smaller niche sites with HostGator and never had any problems with them.
     
  14. eng152

    eng152 Power Member

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    Don't set a high frequency for posting. That's the problem. Set 1post/day in WP-Robot. I use HG, so far no problems.
     
  15. Quo_Vadiz

    Quo_Vadiz Regular Member

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    Get your own vps to host autoblogs !!!!!!!!! Outhere theres $6/month vps
     
  16. bidhata

    bidhata Newbie

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    Have you ever used WP-AutoMagic ? try it - to start earning with AutoBlogs :)
     
  17. ADHD-Dude

    ADHD-Dude Power Member

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    thanks for the warning I was planing to host with them because they are cheap goats
     
  18. cooooookies

    cooooookies Senior Member

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    Well, what you definitely should do first is to find out why you are banned

    1) bandwidth (don't look on your visitors, check your bandwidth, maybe you have some stinky script running in the background)
    2) cpu usage (same reason)
    3) copyright infringement

    Every here and there some posts should not hurt. For 10, 100 or 1000 posts a day you don't need a VPS. But autoblogging means in general many blogs => VPS soon
     
  19. Sjors

    Sjors Registered Member

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    Thanks for your reply's, but I already switched to hostgator. They're much better and their customer support is really good.
     
  20. Zeopro

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    Hostgator is good but will ban some rss feed type programs. Back in the day I used to run rss2blog sites on hostgator and got shut down.