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Host for autoblogging? [And some great tips for you]

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by qazqaz, Sep 29, 2010.

  1. qazqaz

    qazqaz Junior Member

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    WP-Robot uses Wp's cron. If you are on a shared hosting do not set up 50 blogs with 2 hours blog creation. They will immediatelly close your account. You see, it's not about getting tons of traffic.

    Need some recommendations (and I think it's the best way to learn from experience)

    - How many autoblog sites for 1 shared hosting account?

    - How many autoblog sites for 1 VPS hosting account?

    - How many blog posts for 1 day? For not getting attention by Google and also hosting company.

    - Which host do you use? Don't say Hostgator, they want phone confirmation.

    - Do you use 1 domain and 49 subdomains. Or 50 domains on a hosting?

    - Whats the best way to migration that domains? WHM migration tool?

    - How do you erase autoblogging footprints? Like Amazon "buy now" image in WpRobot folder?
     
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    I'm going to go a little bit out of order here..

    I've got about 20 autoblogs setup but they are all on different hosts. Here is how they perform:
    GoDaddy - TERRIBLE
    Bluehost - OK, but they are going through some changes recently that causes database connection errors
    IPOWER - OK..acceptable
    Hostgator - Perfect. Hostgator servers are configured perfectly for autoblogs. You shouldn't have any problem with them.

    Put a maximum of about 7 or 8 highly active autoblogs on an account. I have some autoblogs posting over 20 posts per day but some only about 5-6. Those that are more active are more successful, but they are for lower priced products (need quantity of posts to make the $ for those).

    You can only setup a subdomain on the same hosting account as the main domain so unless you're getting a sophisticated or dedicated hosting package 1 domain and 49 subdomains of autblogs on one account is not going to happen.

    Forget about Google...you don't need rankings to make $ with an autoblog. It helps but that's not how you generate tons of traffic and sales with autoblogs.

    To cover your footprints use the WP plugins: WP-No External Links and clearDuplicatePosts (by BlackMelvyn). You should also use cbnet-ping-optimizer so your blog doesn't get labeled as a ping spammer.
     
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    qazqaz Junior Member

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    Everyone says that about HostGator. But how do you pass phone verification after signup for multiple accounts?

    "Highly active" equals how many visitors daily?

    So what's the hint?
     
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    You can get more than one account with any hosting company. Just call them and tell them you want another account. They don't turn down money.

    I have several accounts with each hosting company and I am an administrator on at least 10 more from managing my clients accounts.

    When I say "highly active" it has nothing to do with traffic. I mean how many posts per day the autoblog creates. My most active does just under 30 per day but don't just haul off and do that with every single blog because it's not necessary.

    You used to be able to conveniently send you blog pots to Twitter with Twitter tools but now since they changed their API you have to use Twitterfeed to do so. Works just as well...just make sure your list consists of targeted followers.