Is there a place where I can get free subdomains?

Monie

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Just like Wordpress.com, Blogger.com, Weebly.com, etc. is there a place where I can free subdomains, but I can use my own hosting and upload my own PHP code, and install Wordpress if I want to?

The reason that I am asking is that I just purchased a software called Article Factory Pro, which can manage multiple wordpress sites fro a single dashboard and also has stuff like an inbuilt article spinner. But this software can only manage self-hosted Wordpress sites. If I could get free subdomains and use my own hosting with it, I could build a lot of tier 1 links quickly using this software.
 
Why not get a domain? Then, u can create as many subdomains as you wish?

A domain is less than 10 bucks
 
Why not get a domain? Then, u can create as many subdomains as you wish?

A domain is less than 10 bucks
But if I bought a domain, created 10 different subdomains that all had links pointing to the same website (money site), I think it would look pretty damn suspicious. It would look a lot less suspicious if I had a subdomain from a third-party website with lots of subdomains on different topics.
 
Are you asking about subdomains or domains?

For example you can get a .TK domain for free
 
Are you asking about subdomains or domains?

For example you can get a .TK domain for free
I'm talking about subdomains, like web2.0 sites. Something like weightloss.siterush.com. If I could use this software with web2.0s, I would simply go for web2.0s. But it will only work with self-hosted Wordpress blogs.

Would a link from a .tk domain really qualify as high quality, even if I built a lot of tier 2 and tier 3 links to it?
 
Just like Wordpress.com, Blogger.com, Weebly.com, etc. is there a place where I can free subdomains, but I can use my own hosting and upload my own PHP code, and install Wordpress if I want to?

The reason that I am asking is that I just purchased a software called Article Factory Pro, which can manage multiple wordpress sites fro a single dashboard and also has stuff like an inbuilt article spinner. But this software can only manage self-hosted Wordpress sites. If I could get free subdomains and use my own hosting with it, I could build a lot of tier 1 links quickly using this software.



I've used http://www.neq3.com for putting up wordpress test sites

The only problem is there are a hell of a lot of sites on their servers - so you can expect timeouts from time to time
 
Actually I signed up for neq3 this morning. Weirdly the activation email is not getting sent to my mail address at all.

Also, is there any other software that will allow me to manage multiple web2.0 sites simultaneously?
 
What you are describing is a private blog network, and you need different domain names hosting and everything for it to work.

If you leave any way for Google to find they are connected, you lose everything.

You cannot do what you are describing with subdomains, not if you need a WP installation.

By the way, using that software to manage all the sites will probably be enough of a foot print to expose the whole network.
 
if you want i can provide you a free domain and you can host it on my hosting for 1yr ... FREE
 
Look up "Free Dns Afraid" on Google. They have tons of domains that you can create subdomains with, for free. It's really good stuff and I recommend them completely.

Good luck,

John - Inkfeeds
 
Look up "Free Dns Afraid" on Google. They have tons of domains that you can create subdomains with, for free. It's really good stuff and I recommend them completely.

Good luck,

John - Inkfeeds

Im using hostinger.com.br and i can create subdomain for free and install wordpress and a lot of others , and also u can upload your own php site using the ftp.

Its for free!

Thanks guys. Will try these sites out.

By the way, using that software to manage all the sites will probably be enough of a foot print to expose the whole network.

Why would it leave a footprint? I am initially going to be manually setting up different themes, layout and navigation for each blog. All the software does is post articles to these blogs, and I don't think Google can detect that the posting is being done from a software.
 
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