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Hosting help needed for autoblog!! PLS

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by yogi31286, Nov 8, 2010.

  1. yogi31286

    yogi31286 Elite Member

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    Hello BHW's members,

    I wanted to earn some money with autoblog but i need your help about hosting and the method Autoblog is good to earn money or not!!

    1st i want to know about the AUTOBLOG method.. is it good way to earn money with autoblog by making One autoblog a Day with adsense ads on it?

    2nd thing is HOSTING... m still confused about which host provider to choose for unlimited autoblogs on only one account!!! for example.. if i take Hostgator's Baby plan then how many autoblogs i can make in that particular account? will they BAN or close my account to put soo much load on their CPU!!


    Please guys... help me... :(
     
  2. johnsonmm

    johnsonmm Newbie

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    Hey Yogi

    -First I would like to say that I?m pretty disappointed this question hasn?t been answered earlier by a more experienced user. The idea of a forum of this type is for people with like minded interests to be able to learn from each other.

    I am still a nooby :D but I have been researching like crazy over the past month and have been trying to gain as much info as possible. Because your questions are pretty general I think I can take a take crack at them.

    1. Autoblogs can be very lucrative or they can be a waste of time. Commonsense-wise there are so many people who own large blog farms that only proper technique will get you any substantial money with autoblogs. How do you get lots of money with your autoblogs? High traffic. How do you get high traffic, well thats what half the people on this forum are clamoring about. There are hundreds of threads on this forum on that topic, theres soooo many ways that you?ll have to look that one up on this forum but the information is definitely there.

    One tip I will give you is that I will give you is that if you are seriously considering creating mass auto blogs is to consider twitter as well. The two go together quite perfectly actually, that is because if you create a few twitter accounts and get large followers from them you can make extra money through 1 sponsored tweets and 2 promote your autoblogs using the twitter accounts. This is widely done so you should get on it! There are programs out there that allow you to get a large amount of followers in short amount of times. That information is also on this forum.

    2. The second point you brought up was hosting. This is extremely important because when you are dealing with a high volume of lot of blogs you need very consistent service with good customer service. From what i've seen Gator host is most reliable service for the price. As long as you get Hostgator's baby package you should be in good shape. There are techniques that people advise like trying to use multiple IP addresses but in the early stages that should not matter as much and as you get a feel for auto blogging you should become more knowledgeable.


    Finally I would soo greatly appreciate if you purchased your host gator account using my affiliate link. Its obvious you don?t have to, but I would be excited if you did helps me as a lowly scrubby student. ;) Of course you don?t lose anything by getting hostgator through my affiliate link


    The filter wont allow me to post links or email addresses but if you emailed me at:


    jmmboston at gmail


    I could send it to you.

    If you have any more questions I?ll be monitoring this thread for a few hours (got a huge test I need to prepare for anyway so i'll be in fornt of the computer for a while.)

    Good Luck. And its great that your starting up an online venture, like everyone?s been saying the true first step is to break from the habit of just reading stuff on forums and take action!
     
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  3. yogi31286

    yogi31286 Elite Member

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    i just took justhost's hosting account and waiting for activation...
    do anybody had any experience with them?
    i would like to know how they are providing services for autobloggers...

    Regards,
    Yogi.
     
  4. brainet77

    brainet77 Junior Member

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    for hosting, you can use any hosting company, i think all the hosting account company can handle wordpress blog.
    my suggestion is donot put all your blogs under one hosting account, incase something bad happened
     
  5. yogi31286

    yogi31286 Elite Member

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    thanks for reply brainer77,
    i know that we can host wordpress blog in any hosting but what i need to know is.. if all of my blog will take in use too much CPU load then hosting company might BAN my account!

    another thing is how much this autoblog strategy works to earn money with adsense!!!?
     
  6. 3xrs.com

    3xrs.com Newbie

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    Stop Now, seriously, Stay Away from JUSTHOST. It will suspend you for hight (10%) CPU load. HostGator Baby or Bussiness Is the best or BlueHost.
    Stay Away from JUSTHOST again. Dont waste your time with shitty host
     
  7. yogi31286

    yogi31286 Elite Member

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    hey!
    they already charged my credit card!! :(
    are u really sure about the CPU load?!
    i was searching for some reviews about hosting companies and this one was the best in that!
    now i have purchased it...

    m i stuck!! :((
     
  8. mtnman_sierras

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    I've been with HostGator for several years and I have been very happy with them... zero complaints, but I've also seen other members speak very well of other hosting companies on here too. Regardless of which hosting company you go with, you will want to make sure you are informed as to what things will get your account frozen or banned. Excessive cron jobs, spiked cpu load, excessive bandwidth, etc can all cause an account to get banned, so make sure you ask these questions... the plugins that autoblogs tend to use can be resource intensive. It's not uncommon to have 25 different plugins or more running on your blogs. Alot of people go with shared accounts, such as HostGator's Baby package, but eventually you will want to get an account with root access and the ability to assign unique ip addresses to different domains as your autoblogs grow. At that point, you can upgrade to a VPS, *********, or Cloud Server. Keep in mind that as your autoblogs grow and you do upgrade your hosting package(s), you will also need to become more familiar with the technical aspects of the hosting account in order to tweak/modify your hosting to best compliment the performance of your blogs.
     
  9. johnsonmm

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    Yogi i wish you didn't ignore my first post. Your fine, justhost does have a money back guarantee for canceling their service. But i suggest you do it as soon as possible. Like i said before host gator is the most reliable by far for the cost.

    Like i said i would be pretty happy if you bought it through my affiliate link. I have also special discount code that will get you a pretty good deal for the baby package.

    regards,
    Johnsonmm
     
  10. flann

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    Soo much or too much? Too much is never good. CPU overload is just because the wrong use of BH tools. If your autoblogs filling up 24/7 with 100(0)'s of posts a day, yes you have a problem, but not only with your hostingprovider ;)
    If you have a good WH website with large number of visitors, you will also get CPU overload and problems with your hostingprovider. I'm 100% sure 90% of the providers don't want to host the next Youtube or Facebook.........

    Take some RS accounts on multiple providers and see what you can do before you get a ban.
     
  11. Dellius

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    Don't go with Hostgator, they ask for PhotoID and other crap.

    Just buy a VPS package from somewhere, it doesn't matter where from as long as it's decent and they give you guaranteed resources. Remember this last bit. Guaranteed resources is what you need, otherwise you may get suspended for high CPU and bandwidth usage as your project grows.
     
  12. 3xrs.com

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    VPS come with hight cost guys !.
     
  13. yogi31286

    yogi31286 Elite Member

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    Thanks guys 4 ur replies.. I wil try hostgator.. Bt as per my budget hostgator is stil quite expensive! Do anybody usin justhost ryt nw? Pls tel me hws justhost coz they r cheap in price!
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    As a hostgator regular client, what do you think is the best package to purchase? They got cool and convincing advertisements but I just want to hear some opinions. Thanks
     
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    I dont think its feasible to have a decent amount of autoblogs on a shared account. Yes VPS cost more than the baby plan but since you want everything automated there is a cost. There is always a cost!

    Can you imagine a wordpress blog with 2-3k posts and 10 plugins running at the same time?Multiple it by the number of your blogs and then add the rest of the accounts on this server.... I have a shared account on godaddy and a reverse dns shows that there are 4000 websites on this server.

    There are plenty of managed vps and at decent prices. I actually pay 40bucks for a fully managed vps and it works just great. You should prefer to pay 20-30 bucks more and not jeopardise the effort you have put into all this think. I will not comment that SERPS are also affected by your webhost.