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Quick Auto Blogging Question

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by simon369, May 30, 2010.

  1. simon369

    simon369 Newbie

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    Hi,

    Firstly would just like to say this is a great site. Have been reading a lot of the articles and it is very interesting and informative.

    Now my question is. For auto blogging is it ok to have one domain then just use sub domains as the blogs.

    or would .co.cc domains be ok to use.

    Thanks
     
  2. Dayum

    Dayum BANNED BANNED

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    I can't really answer your questions but my experience with co.cc names for autoblogging has been pretty dissapointing. I've had one autoblog up for over a month now and I'm lucky to even get a couple clicks a week and the entire site has 6.3k links according to yahoo (scrapebox)

    But I've never used a paid domain name for autoblogging yet so I have nothing to compare it to, but I have a feeling a large reason why mine don't do so good is because of using co.cc
     
  3. simon369

    simon369 Newbie

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    Thanks for your reply.

    I will probably just go for 1 domain then run about 10 - 20 sub domains off of it running separate niche auto blogs.

    Thanks
     
  4. Better Man

    Better Man Newbie

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    Yeah, it is ok to use one domain with lots of subdomains. Though it might be hard CPU usage wise on your hosting provider.

    Don't worry about co.cc. It is argued that it might be harder to rank #1 in SERP, but why would you care if you can drive traffic from other places as well, e.g. Facebook.
     
  5. huhhuhhuh

    huhhuhhuh Newbie

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    I would just use subdomains, I have no experience with co.cc but it might work. I also have used .info and have not noticed yet that they do not get better rankings like a .com .net or .org (my autoblogs have only been up for a few weeks)

    Good Luck
     
  6. CyberGlitch

    CyberGlitch Junior Member

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    Agree with what's already been said.

    You can get 1 domain and build sub domains off it. I wouldn't do too many though, 10-15 is a good number. I say this only because you don't want all your eggs in 1 basket. Would suck for your 1 domain to get sandboxed and there goes all your subdomains as well with it.
     
  7. simon369

    simon369 Newbie

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    Thanks.

    Finally does anybody know any good hosts to use.

    I have read hostgator has been recommened for ite, do you reckon i would be ok with 15 sub domains running auto blogs on a hostgator baby plan?

    Thanks
     
  8. wizzardz01

    wizzardz01 Power Member

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    I using hostgator baby plan , i have in plan 100 autoblogs ...For now i have 60+ , and its look good ,i don't think hostgator have problem with it ;)
     
  9. moserw

    moserw Junior Member

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    Hostgator rocks and I've been with them only about 10 days.

    BTW what's the .co.cc domain? Which region? I've never come across them.
     
  10. huhhuhhuh

    huhhuhhuh Newbie

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    co.cc is a subdomain of .cc they just are using a script that makes it have dns settings like a real domain http://hiderefer.org/?http://www.co.cc