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Making Churn and Burn Websites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by linkking, Jan 11, 2014.

  1. linkking

    linkking Power Member

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    Hi,

    I am planning to make some websites for churn and burn. I would like your suggestions and tips on where should I host them.

    Should I buy single website hosting and domain separately for every website? With same hosting provider or with different hosting providers?
    Should I buy unlimited website hosting package and then just keep buying domains.
    Should I try the free website hosting platforms like yola.

    Thanks
     
  2. Cryptocurrency

    Cryptocurrency Registered Member

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    Stay away from free web hosts. Pick a fast host that isn't advertised as "seo hosting".

    Register the domain for as long as you can. 10 years works.
     
  3. ContentWriter

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    It has been my habit and some of my clients to separate my hosting and domain name providers/registrars.
    My domain registrar is GoDaddy. I host my domains at HostGator.
    I've had no issues.

    Do not register your domains to any free hosting sites.
    You have no control over it should the owner decide to take down everything.
     
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  4. BusinessMagnet

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    If you want churn and burn sites, it doesn't matter what hosting/domain provider you choose.
     
  5. morata

    morata Registered Member

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    mate, you're asking all the wrong question
    just do it, and focus more on your links
     
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  6. Gaston

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    To me, this seems counter-intuitive. If one expects the site to be banned within a few months, why would one register the domain for 10 years?
     
  7. linkking

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    Thanks for all your replies but I think I did not asked my question properly.

    I am asking. I want to make churn and burn websites. Should I Buy a Deluxe Hosting with godaddy that lets me host unlimited domains. I buy a domain,host it on deluxe burn it, buy another domain same hosting then burn it and repeat. Currently hosting is around dollar 50 with 1 free domain additional domains are very cheap as well.

    Or buy single hosting with 1 domain currently $25 with discount codes on godaddy and burn it, buy another single hosting with 1 domain and burn it. ?

    Ok so no free hosting for churn and burn :)

    Thanks
     
  8. Ste Fishkin

    Ste Fishkin "I'm watching you.." - Apricot Jr. VIP Premium Member UnGagged Attendee

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    Just stick them on a single host

    I own about 110 websites right now, I've burned 90 domains in the last 2 years and all of them have been on 2 web hosting packages.

    I've never had a problem with burner websites interfering with my longer term projects
     
  9. mickyfu

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    Why do people who have no clue what they are on about comment on things?

    Churn and burn - brand new domain, pointed at something like Webs or Yola.

    Because he has no idea what he is talking about.
     
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  10. JoeMongan

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    If you are doing a churn and burn site then you are not going to want to have a half ass server with
    slow speeds messing up your incoming traffic. Invest in some real hosting so when people to visit
    you can bank from them before your site goes down.

    -RK
     
  11. fc-dh

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    10 years for a churn & burn site :clap2:
     
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  12. Groen

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    It's true that you are not in control of everything if you use a web 2.0 for you churn and burn, but to me it seems that blogspot has mountains of authority in the eyes of google. However I'd suggest you to simply test different web 2.0 platforms against a new and/or aged domain on the same keyword, if you are having a hard time deciding.
     
  13. sudorank

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    This ^^

    If you're going after something epic, which lets face facts you should be with a burner, you want to be 100% sure of giving every lead / sale service.

    A VPS doesn't have to cost much but could cost you lots if it's not working when it needs to be!
     
  14. Gaston

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    Thanks Mickyfu. For a while there I thought I'd landed in paradoxical universe. :noidea:
     
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    Web 2.0 are the best for tests especially for begining.
     
  16. Ninya

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    Domain 1 = Money Site

    Domain 2 = Standard site (Setup 301 redirect to Money Site) if you have an aged domain for this, even better.

    Now, buy a bunch of SAPE links to Domain 2 and niche related blog comments with some social media signals.

    Now watch Domain 1 rank like a unicorn. Next your Domain 1 will get penalized. Could be 2 days, could be 2 weeks, could be 2 months. But once it does, create another domain and point Domain 2 to it again, keep doing this. Churn and burn that shit!

    If your links are deadly and good you should rank pretty quickly, and if you're banking +$500 or more every time you do this, it's worth it and just make sure it's easy for you to setup a new domain. Backup Creator from Robert Plank for WP makes it very easy to do this, you can even have a few ready and stick them on Maintenance mode so it doesn't get crawled. Once one's gone and de-indexed just take off the maintenance and continue churning it like a unicorn.
     
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  17. qlithe

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    May I ask what's the most optimal concept for a churn and burn website? I mean, what kind of content and monetization?
     
  18. Ninya

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    I suggest X Product Affiliate Review, find one with good volume. Some product + review keywords have over 3000 exact searches per month, and I'd say that's a good benchmark. Easy to rank with dirty links and profitable. Make a few of these and you can do the numbers. :)

    The page itself, I suggest a review of no less than 1000 words, with images, before and after photos (if applicable) etc and even do a few comparisons with competing products, gives you space to put more affiliate links too.

    Now you can have a Privacy page (which you can easily generate) and a contact page, just for that page flow and 3-5 500 word blog posts, you can easily get articles at places like iWriter for pretty cheap. Do some authority linking out too (Wikipedia) and you should be setup. Using a backup tool such as backup creator allows you to easily backup the site and re-create it if it gets penalised.
     
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    I have never dealt with "churn and burn" websites but it seems to me like a hamster wheel. Same process over and over again and not really getting anywhere. Sure, you can make money but it doesn't seem that it would be a good long term plan. But, to each his own, I suppose...
     
  20. qlithe

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    Should I go for multiple reviews on one site or one domain per review?