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Starting Small?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by AColdshot, Nov 15, 2011.

  1. AColdshot

    AColdshot Newbie

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    Hello all!

    There are many posts here about setting up hundreds of domains with auto blogging, questions about over loading their IP, blogging new content every 30 minutes and getting banned.

    I'm wondering is there any sense in having one, maybe two domains with auto blogger that perhaps do 1-3 posts a day along with some original content?

    Will this cost me a fortune in hosting and is their any point in starting small? I'm not trying to make a million bucks here, just looking for something to line my pockets with on weekends.

    Any tips or help would be so greatly appreciated, Thanks in advance!
     
  2. El_Seo

    El_Seo Regular Member

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    If you setup everything on the same ip it's sure that you may get banned.

    What about using few different hosts with 1 blog on each?
     
  3. moeatwa

    moeatwa Regular Member

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    Autoblogging REALLY isn't worth it's risk anymore fellas! Sooner or later, your sites WILL be reviewed by a HUMAN Google Rater and they will get taken down? Why not aim for something more permanent? =D
     
  4. AColdshot

    AColdshot Newbie

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    Sorry for the awkward reply's but the forums wont yet let me include quotes.

    Moeatwa
    I do really want permanent, its just that I can't find the time to create enough quality original content to drive users, I was looking to create content once or twice a week and use the auto blogger to fill the gaps on the other days.

    El_SEO
    I would be looking towards only having one blog and automating most of it's posts, if I fly under the radar with only one post a day will I last longer before the wrath of the ban hammer is felt?
     
  5. mattcash

    mattcash Newbie

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    Or, use an auto blog, but don't focus on having google be your main source of traffic.
     
  6. bertbaby

    bertbaby Elite Member

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    Start small, learn and then scale-up. You'll waste less money that way!
     
  7. Greybeard

    Greybeard Junior Member

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    I am all for starting small. You will learn to do things the right way and create something that could provide a lasting income.
     
  8. AColdshot

    AColdshot Newbie

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    Thank you everyone for the tips!
     
  9. El_Seo

    El_Seo Regular Member

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    If you use an auto posting tool or a content grabber, you can maybe use a tool to automaticaly replace some keywords or expressions. It could help you to pass under the radar.
     
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    Start with slow posting (1 in 2-3 days) then speed that up to 5 posts a day :)
     
  11. AColdshot

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    Know of any good ones?