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How to Create Blog Network

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by blackbenzo, Jul 8, 2008.

  1. blackbenzo

    blackbenzo Junior Member

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    Hey guys, I'm curious to see how I'd be able to go about creating a blog network. I've seen a few of them out there. Some of them have different domains, different' IP's and C Class. Some are all hosted on wordpress blogs. The idea behind this is to create, let's say 1500 or so wordpress blogs, and then be able to post articles to these things through feeds of some sorts automatically. So I'd update one blog and all blogs would then be updated with the exact same information. Any ideas on how this would work? or how to go about doing this?
     
  2. multicolorguru

    multicolorguru Junior Member

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    For different C Classes & IPs, there is seohosting. (like $6 for c class).

    More Stuff:
    Blogging Solution, (uses own template)
    WP multi host thingy
    Blog Slammer (don't know really owner is somewhere on this forum)
    Bloggergenerator (for blogspot only)
    And there is also some way of creating blogfarms on other peoples hosts (great for different ips etc.)

    Am looking into creating sth similar soon.
     
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  3. blackbenzo

    blackbenzo Junior Member

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    I'm interested in finding out about the blogfarm thing too on other peoples hosts. that'd be interesting.
     
  4. sideserver

    sideserver Newbie

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    There's also blogfarmgenerator by joseph tierney which works by creating WP blogs on other people's WPMU installs. All of them with unique IP addresses, needless to say.

    Its sold out, but I'm sure you can convince some people who have the program to do the posting for you at a reasonable price. (hint: PM me. ;) )
     
  5. Rob the Builder

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    Blogslammer does that too and it is NOT sold out.....:)
     
  6. MontyzPython

    MontyzPython BANNED BANNED

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    Rob is correct. BlogSlammer rocks hard.
     
  7. blackbenzo

    blackbenzo Junior Member

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    Yeah, i agree blogslammer does this to. I've actually used Rob, to do some postings for me before! The product is pretty sweet. Rob, is it possible to use your product with specific urls for each blog? instead of the wordpress ones?

    thanks
     
  8. bigpip

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    I've been curious about this for some time now too. I'm looking to diversify my income, and am very interested in creating a network of auto-posting blogs for either linking purposes or Adsense/affiliate purposes because it really seems to fit in well with my overall business model.

    Throughout all my forum reading, ebook buying and reading, etc I haven't seen one cohesive BLUEPRINT for doing all of what I mention. (a footprint-free blueprint)

    I know it would probably be a great product, but I think with all the great minds we have here we can create a great step-by-step system for accomplishing this sort of autopilot income.

    Not looking really for mass-generated, duplicate content (from same RSS feeds) or gibberish blogs. More Gray hat than anything.

    The system I want to create MUST be:
    *Scalable
    *Automated
    *Broken down into easy steps so inexperienced workers/outsourcers can easily be trained via video and PDF to do the setting up and the work that can't be 100% automated.
    *Practical- not 1000 blogs in 1 day...trying to be "natural"
    *Longevity
    *Can be a mix between black hat splogs, never meant to be seen by humans, which support the more grey/white hat "money sites"

    Blogs that are created easily, look nice, leave no footprints.

    This means not putting adsense on most of them since you'd be letting google in on all the sites you own obviously.

    From what I gather, these would be in the automation toolkit: (Everyone might have preferences to alternative software, but I'm just looking to make sure the basic functions are covered)

    *RSS2Blog for auto-posting content.
    *WPMassInstaller for creating many blogs.
    *AutoSocialPoster/RSS Bookmarker to bookmark each post, getting backlinks and possibly some traffic
    *Some mass account manager to monitor everything in 1 place

    Content Sources:
    *RSS feeds for RSS2Blog (have to be randomized, synonomized, rewritten, something...)
    *Article Directories (scraped w/ orwell pro, rewritten by outsourcer or content solution-type product, imported into an RSS feed to drip into your blogs)
    *Original, written by outsourcers (ehhh)
    *Generated Crap/Markov Black hat "spider food" for later seperate "support sites"

    Linking: without links, no traffic or rankings. Million methods here of course...but for more "natural" methods...
    *Signing up for multiple web 2.0 sites (Squidoo, Tumblr, Hubpages, Clearblogs, etc) posting backlinks to blogs (SE Nuke, etc)
    *Social bookmarking via AutoSocialPoster/RSS generator, other software tools too
    *Blog network services
    *Manual 1-way Directory submission (cheap)

    Later On:
    *Split testing Adsense with CPA, affiliate links, other contextual, etc.
    *Support money sites with BlackHat stuff...search engine cloaker sites on multiple IPs with advanced plug-ins.

    For sites in the same niche, all different IPs if we are linking them together.

    This brings me to the point of what the blog network is for:

    1) that a whole network of blogs could be themed just to boost rankings for your clean white-hat money sites, and aren't monitized at all. They are ONLY for backlinks. So, Markov content might be ok on these types of blogs, but I think human-readable content is still better if it can be created cheaply and quickly.

    2) the blogs could just be there own sites, monitized directly and not really there as part of any "support network"

    What do you guys think...suggestions, additions?

    I'm just having trouble wrapping my head around all the different options, techniques, plug-ins. I know there are 1000 ways to do it, but like I said, I have yet to find ONE resource that shows a complete step-by-step blueprint for creating an automated income stream this way. There are a lot of newbie-type ebooks for people who would rather spend time than spend money. I am at the point where I'd rather spend money (on outsourcers, content writers, programs, plugins, etc) and keep my time to focus on other things.

    I'm open to paying for training, systems, software, support, or partnering up with people....

    This isn't meant to neglect newbies, I just feel there is plenty of material online to help get your feet wet, but not a lot of matieral for more experiened marketers to "take it to the next level" and really scale up.

    thanks
     
  9. MontyzPython

    MontyzPython BANNED BANNED

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    Wow, bigpip. You should start your own thread with that one.

    blackbenzo,

    I believe you have Rob confused with rjhere. rjhere is the creator of the product...unless they're the same person...in which case, nice job of black-hatting us all...lol.

    To answer your question, you can plug in your own Wordpress installations to post to, you can search for Wordpress installations to create and post to, or you can just post & create to Wordpress-hosted blogs.

    It is a Wordpress-based application, however.
     
  10. bigpip

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    yea, I agree. think I will do that to keep it more organized.

    Thanks

    here it is for those interested http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/blogging/18621-creating-ultimate-gray-hat-autoblogging-network.html
     
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  11. blackbenzo

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    I was thinking Rob and rjhere is the same person. lol I guess we'll have to wait to see.
     
  12. blackbenzo

    blackbenzo Junior Member

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    Sweet post there. I agree, I think we could all put our heads together to put something like this thing together. I'm sure it'd be a little work, but I think it's something that'd be useful for us all. Let me know how I can help with it, because I've been looking for something like this for a while.