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Free Hosting For Blog Solution 3

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ASHLEY_LOVES_U, Nov 9, 2007.

  1. ASHLEY_LOVES_U

    ASHLEY_LOVES_U Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hello everyone, just wondering if there is any free hosting that can run Blog Solution 3 flawlessly? Perhaps cloaking too? Free hosting?
     
  2. HaRRo

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    Why do you want free all the time?

    Cant you afford $20 a year ? No offense but if your serious in this industry you can afford that?
     
  3. ASHLEY_LOVES_U

    ASHLEY_LOVES_U Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I don't have a problem paying. I have two reason for this. 1) my cc was stolen so I had to order another one and this will take 7-10 days. 2) Since I'm not the Guru here yet if my domain get ban or something like that I can just not worry about it. But it is really for the first reason though. If you don't know then you don't know. What can I say.


    p.s. This forum is a good forum and we all help each other.
     
  4. HaRRo

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    Theres hundreds of free hosting solutions that will host it, but it will not rank great on search engines no matter what, and if your free hosting provider doesnt like it they will steal it/remove it, delete you.

    www.110mb.com probably works.

    Who knows search some easily found on google, but as for free, you cant even afford $20 paypal? Do you not earn this much ?
     
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    I will also like to get some free hosting for a test purpose :p
     
  8. gts6

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    try heliohost.org, they are a free hosting co
     
  9. paranoid1288

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    they are not totally free, you have to pay them by getting points posting on their forum, but in the end you don't have to pay actual money
     
  10. jim39

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    50webs.com has some free hosting in subdomains
     
  11. ASHLEY_LOVES_U

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    yeah but will they have enough bandwidth do be able to use something like cloaking or Blog Solution?
     
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    Try zendurl.com

    Actually I think putting BlogSolution on free hosts is a good idea if it can be done.

    They would all be on different IP addresses. You need a host that offers mysql, plus cron jobs and has zend installed.

    Obviously they would throw your butt out if you used to many resources but perhaps say, 10 blogs updating one a day might not be too much.
     
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    Erm?

    Not to be rude but your going to cloak on free hosting?
    Please by all means, let me know how that goes.

    My advice...If your serious about making money online invest
    in some good hosting and if you think your going to get a lot
    of traffic buy the hosting packages accordingly.

    I personally don't know. My first hosting package
    was a dedicated server. I now own 3 dedicated's and
    have recently got with a company that is going to install
    a server in my own home.

    If you go with free, I would imagine you'll be out on your
    ass about the time you get going. You need the ability to
    be free (well mostly) and the ability to maneuver without
    some f#ckstick with their nose in your business all the time.
     
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    Yeah, generally free hosts frown on being pimped out for black hat stuff. Weird, huh?
     
  17. Wombat

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    Google "buy viagra" etc.
    You will see that those guys use a very crude but effective method.

    They get a page on a free host with a redirect to their affiliate.
    Then using huge blog farms, Xrumer etc they throw 100,000 backlinks at it.

    There are good reasons for this. If you take a new domain name and throw links at it, Google will ban you in an instant.

    But "somefreehost.com" is an aged domain name which already has thousands of pages indexed and many backlinks, so a free subdomain works well.

    A few days ago I signed up with several free hosts and put up a dozen XsitePro sites in subdomains like vitamins.freehost.com

    One of those sites now has 120 pages in Google and another has 74.
    Not only that but the one with 74 pages in Google also has 20 pages in Yahoo and 66 in MSN!

    All I did was a very small amount of blog and ping to get them noticed.
    I used a couple of BlogSolution blogs made at the same time and hosted myself with new domain names.

    Google hasn't seen fit to index the blogs but they obviously noticed them.
     
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    yeah I agree. Free host or even a small hosting package. About the time you start getting some decent traffic and make a few dollars the free host would give you the ax and the small hosting package would shut you down or try to bill you for excess bandwidth useage. Keep us updated on how your venture goes and what free host you chose.
     
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    Now that sounds like a plan. That makes good sense. Seems like you got a lot of pages indexed in a very short period of time. Plus you are not out any hosting fees or risking your domain.
     
  20. Wombat

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    Last year I tried free hosts. I made one kosher looking site with an Xsite pro front end and a bunch of RSSGM pages "behind" it.

    I must have got lucky because that one site made $25 a day in Adsense for month after month before it died. It lasted a lot longer than my spammy RSSGM sites hosted with real domain names.