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Setting up a blogfarm, how to?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Mollowbass, Aug 25, 2009.

  1. Mollowbass

    Mollowbass Regular Member

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    Hello guys,

    After reading alot and trying out things with not suchs big result, my feeling tells me that I have to do something with Blogfarm

    Or blogging, inother think that was going stread through my head wat ClickBank.
    Maby I can combine them together?!?!

    I searched almost the whole forum to find topics about blogfarms, I know how they work and what the point is. But I don't know
    how to set up one properly.

    I was thinking of a Battle Plan.. draw a little network of blog on paper and connect them 1 way inother. Don't know if this is a good plan..

    Second I need to think of a niche, very difficult part. But very important as I noticed when reading hell lot of threads. Just thinking of that.

    So the question here = How do I set up a kind of blogfarm to in a centain niche to make a decent income, I am talking atleast $50 a day.
    That's my goal, for the Guru's here are laughing but that's hell lot of money for me. After reaching my goal, I am planning to expand / outsource the work.

    So to make a long story short: How do I set up a simple, basic blogfarm that makes me a decent amount of money.

    I am very currious.
    Thanks anyway for reading.

    Mollowbass
     
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  2. entreprenuer

    entreprenuer Regular Member

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    interesting question. Thanks for starting this thread. I too am interested in building a blog farm. I just searched around and found a good source that might be able to help you. It for sure helped me.

    Code:
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/3357525/Setting-up-an-Effective-Blog-Farm
     
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  3. MDSOperandi

    MDSOperandi Regular Member

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    Hi, simply put, to have a successful blogfarm you will need to have as many possible blogs on as many possible different C Class IP Addresses. Having a hundred blogs on a single IP is not a blogfarm and would be a waste of time.

    A while back there was a program called blogfarmgenerator which created blogs under sites which offered free Wordpress MU hosting spread across hundreds of different servers. It worked really well until people caught on and implemented captchas etc

    Doing this "created blogs under sites which offered free Wordpress MU hosting spread across hundreds of different servers" would be a good start
    Re making money from a blogfarm? Well, it comes down to niche / affiliate programs etc and that is the hard part but this forum has more then enough ideas to get you going :)

    Regards
    MDS
     
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  4. Mollowbass

    Mollowbass Regular Member

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    Thanks entreprenuer and MDSOperandi,

    @MDSOperandi, can you give me an example of some hosting sites, and/or sites
    that work with Wordpress?

    So as I can make up from your post, I will need to have differant IP's meaning I have to creat differant hosting accounts, let's say I want a farm of 10 good blogs.
    Do I need 2 hosting accounts example GoDaddy and put 5 blogs on each account?

    Thanks for the usefull reply!!
     
  5. MDSOperandi

    MDSOperandi Regular Member

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    Hi Mollowbass; yes the easiest way to make a blog farm is just to setup wordpress blogs on different hosts.

    e.g. it would be better to have ten blogs on different hosts rather then have five blogs on two hosts.

    An easier way is to sign up for sites that offer free hosting via Wordpress MU

    hxxp://mu.wordpress.org/

    Regards
    MDS