Discussion in 'Blogging' started by mikie46, Jul 25, 2009.
lol need to rename all folder and rewrite hohohoho
http://wordpress.com/types-of-blogs/ are all banned type blog? They better take Wordpress down then as 90% of the blogs out there fall under http://wordpress.com/types-of-blogs/. WTF is their problem?
I like the part where they say "ontent designed to drive traffic to third party sites or boost the search engine rankings of third party sites". Well most of the blog on wordpress are written for this exact reason otherwise what would be the point of the Internet?
They have been doing this for a long while. Think yourself lucky. I lost a shitload of accounts yesterday. No afffiliate links. we are talking high double figures here. The only common denominator was a lot of them were related to resveratrol and sending people to another site, not a sales page, with links on it. BTW if you go to one of your wordpress accounts,try to create a blog on it and get any sort of error do not report it. They are on to you and will can your account as soon as you contact them.
haha well shit happens.. Thanks for the warning..
if you blog get good traffic you should http://en.wordpress.com/products/
hehehe eveyone need money
Time to try another free blog host ;-)
Was there other original content on it besides advertising type messages?
There sure was. It was an article written by need an article and two links to squidoo. 1 image. 500 words. Thats it. If your doing linkwheel forget Wordpress. They will break the link if they find it. Wordpress is a bad example to use in the linkwheel.
much safer to install wp on your own site via fantastico!
They have been banning these types of blogs for a while, but lately they have gotten more aggressive. I lost all my senuke accounts. Now I'm not even worrying about creating any blogs there
Definitely safer to host the blogs yourself...
Well, I'm not worried...all my blogs are installed on my own host.
As everyone said above... why not host your own blogs?!?
I would do the same as wordpress.
Wordpress is not blogger. Wordpress actually wants to provide a quality platform for people who can't afford a website.
At least be grateful for the great software they provide for FREE and that allows you to make some (big) money.
I had it worse. Made 14 wordpress.com sites under 14 different gmails. All banned within 48 hours. You just need to go to a little effort to make your blog look less spamnmy. Write a decoy post a few sentences long and add a picture of some pathetic looking person they won't have the heart to ban!
I was using Wordpress as one of the web 2.0 properties suggested in the downloable document, "LINKWHEEL".
The idea is to place your content on 6 web 2.0 properties with links to other properties and your own money page.
You can host it on your site but if its a new site you wont be getting much traffic and its not part of the linkwheel.
I'm guess this for the free wordpress and not the self install one the OP talking about? I thought op was talking about self install wordpress. Who care if wordpress deleted your account that what you get for using the free wordpress. Get a self install one then you don't need to worry about this BS banned and shit.
It is better to use wordpress.com for your linkwheel than wordpress on a new domain. The reason being is that wordpress.com is a web 2.0 property that google passes authority to and will tend to rank better than a new domain. Just my thoughts.
Yeah that's right. With wordpress.com, you sacrifice control for rank. If your niche is not hyper competitive, you'll be able to get your wordpress site up to page 1 for sure. The question is - will you be able to make it sell anything once it's there?
I find the answer to this is usually yes.
Clearly set up a wordpress.com site as a real info site, at least initially. Create legit sounding redirect links pointing to any affiliate link you want to put on the site. Or have your posts link to articles you have on authority or directory sites, that do include your naked affiliate links. For every box they try to put you in, there is a boxcutter.
Separate names with a comma.