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For the Blog Farm Sizing and Capacity Gurus

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by greenhatter, Jun 12, 2009.

  1. greenhatter

    greenhatter Newbie

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    I've heard the following "best practices" and wonder if any under the radar "major blog farmers" can help me out.

    12 autoblogs per hosting account (so as not to raise resource hogging flags from servers)

    Each blog is about a different topic (health, wealth, happiness)

    Each blog targets 5 key words (health abs, get big abs, etc)

    Each blog is a separate domain. (healthnut.com / happynut.com

    Then setup a new hosting account.

    12 more new blogs.

    Each blog is a different angle (healthmannuts.com) (building) on the twelve topics. Linking to the first twelve.

    Also blogging natural frequency (the safety zone) is 3~5 posts per day, per blog.

    That way if one blog gets de-indexed the other 11 are fine because they are talking about different topics.

    How am I doing so far, guys? I know this system maybe setup intensive / slightly more expensive, but I'm in it for the long term money. And I'm tweaking this formula.

    PS if you've setup 500 blogs in a day only to get deindexed the next 2 days, that's not what I'm looking for. My goal here is one of empire building and I want to follow the "no blog left behind" model...lol

    The "Grey" Hat method...hehe