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private blog network question.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by darrensss, Dec 10, 2011.

  1. darrensss

    darrensss Power Member

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    Guys,

    I want to set up my own private blog network but 2 things i just can not seem to work out is ...

    1) best blog platform to use? wordpress?

    2) hosting? its important to have network on a wide ranging ip addresses which means i need lots of different hosting packages? is there a cheap way of doing this?

    Thanks inadvance!
     
  2. WizIMS

    WizIMS Power Member

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    Hello there,

    About the CMS, you can use any.. and I suggest you put some different CMS. But of course WordPress is the easiest and the most SEO friendly.

    About hosting, of course you need different C Class IP addresses, or else your blog network will be useless.

    About price, that won't be cheap. But if you want to make your own blog network, you'll have to invest some bucks.

    Go Google "SEO Hosting" and you'll find some good ones :)

    Also, remember to get some expired domains with high PR. I don't think you want to build that pagerank from 0 manually.

    Good luck bro!
     
  3. cybersage

    cybersage Regular Member

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    It is a good idea to use several different hosting (reduces footprint). Indianets is pretty good in that you can get hosting for 5 different c-class IPs for like $10/month (their servers are based in the US too). But at some point you will want to expand beyond one host as you grow so that you don't create a footprint that will eventually break your network so to speak. There are some good posts by members about interlinking sites and reducing footprint with stuff (see some of madoctopus' posts on this topic). Like Wiz said you'd like to also use different platforms, but you can still get a lot done with wordpress (just remember to use different themes and plug-in sets).

    Edit: With regard to cheap way to do it (at least that I've come across, I don't do this personally), but is to go to WHT and setup several different shared hosting accounts for cheap and put your sites there. This requires more work of course, but it is yet another way to get the job done.
     
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  4. darrensss

    darrensss Power Member

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    thanks gents.
    any other recommendations for different c-class hosting?
     
  5. thedon23

    thedon23 Elite Member

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    I've been with Indianets for a month or so, and so far, they are great. I'd also look into SEOHosting (by Hostgator). They are pretty good apparently, but are a bit more expensive.