Promoting your blog in Digg and other social networking sites... and not getting banned

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by BlackBeard, May 29, 2009.

  1. BlackBeard

    BlackBeard Newbie

    May 29, 2009
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    Hi guys,

    I'm buying some domains, setting up some blogs for particular niches, and giving this a go.

    I am wanting to use social networking for promotion as much as possible but don't want to be banned for spamming.

    I won't spam anyway, these will be like normal blogs that people will actually want to come to.

    So - do I use one digg etc account for each blog? Or one for all? For facebook I guess I'll make an acct and a fan page for each one? I want to do the right thing and not ruin whatever domains I buy to experiment with.

    As an aside - I guess this means a google email address for each one too? How do you guys manage all that for a ton of domains??
  2. litenup

    litenup Junior Member

    Mar 6, 2008
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    Trying to graduate from being a noob
    Pacific Northwest
    Get in the habit of doing CYA

    It is a good bet to always set up several accounts for everything.

    This keeps the search engines guessing when you link sites together and keeps other people from knowing too much about what you are up to. And if you do get banned for something you have another identity to pick up the slack.

    If you are writing articles and want to submit to ezinearticles for example, its really good to have several accounts there to be able to speed up the process and keep what you are doing harder for others to uncover.

    Its a good thing to set up several identities. If you are hawking women's products you may have better luck being a Sandy than a Roger.

    Also keep in mind that Digg members don't really like IM sites. So be sure to check out if there are other peculiarities for other social sites

    Consider when you buy domains to go through namecheap since the price includes keeping your personal info from being revealed

    Set up and dedicate different email accounts so you know that when you log in, that this account is just for a specific thing that you are doing

    CYA - Cover Your As*