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Legit Blog Network Advice

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by isire, Aug 3, 2010.

  1. isire

    isire Newbie

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    I am launching a blog network with 10 different sites. I am using wordpress and hostgator and have all on the same account. Each of the 10 websites deals with a different niche, and then I have another and I want it to aggregate each of the member site's content into a central location and link to the blogs for the entire article. How can I combine auto blog techniques for my legit blog?

    Even though these sites are legit, will big g think they are a linkwheel, and if so, should i set them up as if they were one? Also, any other advice for maintaining all of them, i.e. wordpress dx or something similar? If anyone owns a white/greyhat blog please let me know what system work best for you, because everything I find seems involve autoblogs. I am also open to applying any blackhat techniques that would be improved upon if the idea were not to push a product, but to get as many interested eyeballs in front of the content as possible.

    Thanks

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  2. isire

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    i guess it is silly to ask for non-black hat techniques in this forum lol. i'm just going to delete this post I guess, thanks anyway to anyone who even read it...
     
  3. Isendale

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    How are auto-blogs not "legit"?
     
  4. eddy66

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    Why dont you make only 1 blog for a niche you are a expert in?
    Focus on one blog, post a unique article every day (just one) and after 3 to 6 months
    you are in the money. And if you keep working, after 2 to 3 years you earn more money then those multiple micro niche blogs without any stress and just for 2 hours work a day. Then make a second blog or even a third blog if you want and connect them with your authority blog.

    Its very important you choose a niche you are familiar with. Otherwise you need short living blackhat techniques.
     
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    xrumer is one that works.
     
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    Or outsource the work. Plenty of English native people writing articles on fiverr
     
  7. isire

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    thanks for the input, the article writing isn't so much the problem. I live in a college town and there are lots of journalism students who will write for free. I am hiring them as "interns" to each write for a specific niche. Example, there is a sports website (for men), fashion website (written by girls for girls), etc. My question is more about how to manage them and have all the content from each individual site flow to the main one. My plan is eventually to be able to sell advertising, build email lists, or advertise my own local product pages to them.

    Is that a bad idea, should I just keep everything on one page and forget all the targeted domains I have?

    I mean they are legit in terms of making money and all that stuff, but do people actually want to read the content on them, even spun content is meant to just fill space between the adverts...These blogs will focus on content and have local businesses and events will pay for placement on some of them...
     
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