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Maintaining A Blog Network?? SEE THIS!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by aka sam, Feb 16, 2013.

  1. aka sam

    aka sam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hello BHW,

    Hope things are turning good in your life !

    In my last thread , I talked about what to check Before Buying High PR aged Domain. The full post can be seen in at this URL

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    Today, I would dive into maintaining a blog network. Lets take it in points:

    1. Whois Protection?

    If I take 50 websites with same name. I would be caught in less than 50 days. So Whois protection is the first step. What you can do is ...you can register two three websites with some names (obviously different) ...for rest of 45-47 get the who is protection.

    You will have to pay around $6-8 per year for each whois protection you get.


    2. Dedicated IPs:

    Actually I am a fan of Dedicated IPs. Though it all depends upon the money you want to invest in the network and how big the network you are planning, I would suggest to go for dedicated IPs if you have money.


    3. Hosting:

    Certainly I should have taken this as point 1, Not ?

    This is the thing which bothered me a lot , when I set up my first blog Network.

    (a) Shared Hosting with multiple hosts
    (b) Hosting from SEO hosting Companies

    I have evaluated each of the above option. No Doubt both options are good options.

    Lets see (a)

    It requires a lots of things from you. Its certainly a good idea but think over it.."Managing 50 different hosts ...their user platform..each of access...would be different with each of them.."

    But at the end of the day, If you can manage 50 hosts, You can do wonders and you can be more protective as compared to option (b)


    Lets see (b)

    Its super easy to use. You can see all of your IPs and websites from one control panel. But if you are going for this one you have to be sure for two things

    (1) You need to have different series of IPs....50% of seo host companies would take care for this one but rest 50% wont take care of this one. So you have to be sure that you dont get All IPs with same B Series / Even a C Series like this


    x.x.5.x, x.x.6.x, x.x.7.x and so on...


    (2) Get different Name servers for each of the IPs....


    (4) Inter Linking ?


    Dont ever Inter Link you blogs in the network. You might loose some cross PR juice but that's the way it is. Dont ever inter link your network




    Though It not a complete guide , we can add more things to it.

    SEE YOU IN COMMENTS !
     
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  2. service hub

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    Hey this is realling correct what are you saying sam.

    thanks
     
  3. rasmusk

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    I don't have the source, but Matt recently explained how it would be suspect if a website had 50 links and most had whois protection, because as he said

    "Legit websites hardly ever have whois protection".

    So I would personally split out alot of my domains on family members etc.

    Even though having whois protection is the easiest solution ofc.
     
  4. John.

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    Excellent advice, thanks.
     
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    Another thing - say you have a small network of 50 blogs. If you place the same links in content (so day 1 50 links to a site, day to 50 to another site etc) you create a massive footprint. Try to use the network for your clients totally random. :)
     
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    So i am not yet into this but i have questions

    So it is better to host our site in 50 shared hostings ?? in that case we just have to host 1 site in each right ?? also when it comes to seo hosting can we ask for different sets of ip's or they randomly give us any series ??
     
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    What about .co.uk domains? You can't get whois protection on those
     
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    I'm sure its not implented in google algorythm to ban you because you have 10 links from 10 different domains with same registrator. Only problem is Google will have an easy day at work when they manually look at one of your network sites and can find the rest.

    Just make some different names. Like if your name is Danny Smith call yourself Daniel Smith, Danny Smitt, D. Smith.. Etc
     
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    There is a wild amount of misinformation in this thread. Here are some realities:
    1. ) Google hates WhoIs protection and they also hate when the same entity owns a shit ton of properties, all registered for short periods of time. To combat this use a WhoIs name in your registration that is something a large corporation would use, like as in Google.Com as name, use an email address that isnt your real email address, like something from a major corp, etc.
    Only do this if your registration information and ownership info within your host can be mixed.

    2. ) Host on major public hosts with different dedicated IPs. Dont cut corners.
     
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    Cheers!


    I would say if you have 2k links coming to your site and google see 50-80 links with who is protection, It would make it look more natural. On an avg , if you select a data of 2k links you are bound to see 50-70 of them with who is protection...


    Cheers!

    I would say if you have total 50 blogs in your network, Only use random 30 for one client....You get my point?

    Yes, if you can manage 50 shared hosts that would be coolest thing you can do. As far as SEO hosting is concerned, you can ask for random ips..that should not be a problem


    Skip them :)




    Yes correct!
     
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    Tends to happen, when people troll for rep and thanks.
     
  12. omnipotent$

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    This is some good advice Aka Sam
     
  13. aka sam

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    Thanks Sam, for this miniguide, not too deep, but enough for people like me, starting a mini blog network.

    Thanks
     
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    cheers!