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My autoblog promotion strategy suggestions pls

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by penguin, Dec 11, 2010.

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How you execute creating autoblogs and promoting them?

  1. 2 to 4 blogs per day+i build links on that day itself

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  2. X no. of blogs per week+i do promotion the next week for those blogs

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  3. 2 to 4 blogs per day and i dont care about promotion

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  4. X no of blogs per month & i promote them till they acheive descent traffc

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  1. penguin

    penguin Junior Member

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    I'm into the creation of auto blogs from last week , made 7 so far.
    Based on my observations those who create autoblogs usually use a plugin or something to automate the posting process and do some basic promotions like bookmarking only once and move to another blog.
    How good this will result? Even though the keyphrase they use are long tail will this be a good idea in the long run?

    This type of promotion scares me as i dont want my hard work go wasted due to missing little extra effort.
    I'm looking forward to some elaborate promotion for each blog that im creating so that they will have some good stand in the long run.
    Am also thinking about split a month into 15 + 15 days.
    First 15 days auto blog creation.
    Second 15 days link building for each auto blog.
    This strategy will eventually lessen the number of blogs that i can create, but will add more results in the long (my guess!)

    If you have any scalable + repeatable promotion flowchart for each auto blog that can be done each day on a routine basis please share it here, it would be really appreciative.

    PS: I'm creating the autoblogs as sub domains, what can i feed the home domain with? any suggestions?

    Thanks Guys :)
     
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  2. macdonjo3

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    It's all about testing. Why don't you try each method out and whatever works the best, continue with it. How do you think the experts make the money they do? They've failed enough times, all there is left to do is succeed.
     
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    For the home domain, I'd suggest just a simple landing page - "welcome to my site, blah blah blah"....

    For link building, a few tips:
    1 - steady link velocity - one thing that goog in particular looks for are spikes - sudden bursts and/or sudden dropoffs in creation of new links - build them steadily
    2 - link diversity - generate backlinks from a variety of sources - scrapebox would probably be a really great investment for you; additionally some other tools or scripts that will generate links on a variety of sources will benefit you greatly; and, particularly if you're on a tight budget, don't overlook manual link building

    Good luck!

    peace - gregs.
     
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    penguin Junior Member

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    @macdonjo- I never afraid of testing but at the same time i also like to seek others opinion on this.
    @greststereo- Thanks for your suggestions, The manual links that i will be building are one time then the rest of the links will be created the quick & dirty way. like directory submissions, bookmarking, stat generator pages. The concept of keeping my blogs not to resemble as auto blog is what overwhelms me i keep imaging how to hide from google by covering foot prints of my autoblogs.
    I'm also thinking to purchase scrapebox, do u think blasting one blog with scrapebox to say around 500 profile links and moving to the next blog will set us on safe side ?
    Am using XP inside virtual box on a ubuntu os to run seo tools like xgenseo, autoblogsamurai.
    Will this cause any MAC address problems, Like if for some reason virtual box uninstalled and then i reinstalled the MAC address will change and i need to ask scrapebox support for a new license key ?
     
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    What I would do is create some kind of calendar and seed it with tasks. Like once a week you'll create X new autoblogs. For each autoblog you set up, add different link building tasks to the calendar. I mean be specific, like on a certain day you will make X directory links to blahblah.com and so on. This will be a nice somewhat natural link profile. Don't forget to add periodic stats checking to your schedule so you can see what works and adjust your strategy accordingly.

    It may seem like a pain and it might be confusing at first, but if you want a really good system you've got to manage it somehow. There's tons of to do list software out there. Might want to look up GTD software and consider each autoblog a project with actions due at different times. Then most days are just spent completing the days actions.
     
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    Also about the footprints, people worry about them too much. Wordpress blogs in general have "footprints". The problems you will have to avoid are:

    1. Adding content too fast - do a few posts per day per blog maximum.
    2. Adding too many links too fast and getting sandboxed - this is why you break down your link building tasks to be done over time. Instead of using your day to build a ton of links to a few blogs, use it to build a few links each to a ton of blogs. In the end, you've got the same link profile but avoid the sandbox.
     
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  8. penguin

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    @dannyhw - thanks for those valuable suggestions.
    After reading your reply, i think i need to lessen the no. of links created for each blog. Am going to split it up and increase the no. of autoblogs.

    Thanks.