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Free blogs/websites that allow adsense

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by warrior skunk, Oct 10, 2009.

  1. warrior skunk

    warrior skunk Newbie

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    Basically the idea is simple. I am broke and am not even willing to shell out the 1 to 5 dollars for a domain name. I do plan on implementing some other ideas in a couple of months, but right now I thought I could experiment on free sites.

    That being said if its not against adsense terms is there any sites that allow me to put adsense on my part of their site? If that is not possible is there other was that are available Affiliates, other Ad networks, ets?

    Thanks for any help
     
  2. Aremys

    Aremys Regular Member

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    Try Blogger.com
     
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  3. warrior skunk

    warrior skunk Newbie

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    Ok next quick question... Would my adsense account be at risk if over time i ended up with a lot of these blogs. I have done my research and blogger.com is really alongside Google and they allow 100 blogs per account so I would assume all 100 of those could have adsense without attracting too much attention correct?
     
  4. killahbee

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    You should be fine if you don't make them look like spam blogs.
     
  5. warrior skunk

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    so just make sure they look like quality and then actually put some quality in and were good? Thanks
     
  6. Boomland Jenkins

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    Yes, try to make the blogs look "real" as if someone is actually blogging on them. You can also try using other ad companies if Adsense does ban you. I know a lot of blogger users have Adsense + Adbrite (I don't really like Adbrite's payouts, but from what I've seen they don't care what type of site you have as long as it's not pornography or illegal content).

    I usually build a blog, get anywhere from 10-30 posts up quickly (but have the dates scattered over the course of a week or 2), and then apply for Ads. I've never been rejected using this method. If you try to apply for Ads before your blog looks populated, you may be rejected due to a lack of content
     
  7. warrior skunk

    warrior skunk Newbie

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    Alright, but if I already have an adsense account then they wont deny me the terrible thing would be if they banned my current account that I use for legit sites.
     
  8. Silly

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    I have one on http://x10hosting.com/ it's a free ftp(24-48h to validate). You can upload wordpress on it and allows all plugins.

    Need some ftp knowledge