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Anybody Using A Blog Network That Still Works?
« on: June 06, 2013, 02:34:50 PM »
I am wondering if anyone is still using a blog network that's links are still effective?

The problem I always have is that I have over 40 sites to get links for and I need the most cost effective and time effective way to build links, which I have always found to be with networks where I can submit spun content to a large amount of blogs for publishing.

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Re: Anybody Using A Blog Network That Still Works?
« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2013, 10:42:56 AM »
I am wondering if anyone is still using a blog network that's links are still effective?

The problem I always have is that I have over 40 sites to get links for and I need the most cost effective and time effective way to build links, which I have always found to be with networks where I can submit spun content to a large amount of blogs for publishing.

Thanks




I have a private blog network of 53 sites that is very effective.  I bought 60 domains that ranged from pr 3-pr 6 from godaddy.com auctions to create the network.  It does not matter the TLD of the domain nor the subject matter of the domain.  The only thing that mattered was the pr rank of the domain and how many back links were going to the domain when I bought it.

I then placed three articles on each domain.  The articles were tightly related to the niche I wanted that domain to provide so they set the niche theme for that domain.  On these three articles I placed one back link out to an authority site such as wikipedia.org.  I then placed short 300-500 articles on each domain, with one link to a domain I am promoting, one link to an authority site.

If you have done a good job of keyword selection using KeywordCanine then it usually only takes 2-4 back links from a pr 5 site to move a new site to the front page of Google.   It can take links from ten pr3-pr 4 sites to have the same result.  Stay away from pr 0 sites as much as possible but it would seem unnatural not to have some pr 0 sites linking back to you.

This is extremely effective and generally results in moving a domain to the first page of Google within a few weeks of the posting.

It cost me a little over $1000 to buy the domains for this network.  Seven of the sixty domains I bought quickly lost their pr rank and were useless.  The remaining 53 have kept the ranking to date.  I am using articlebuilder.net articles to try and keep their pr rank.

When I started it was a pain managing the private blog network.   So I had software created to make managing any private blog network easy.  I will be selling that software in the forum at some time. 

I don't know how soon I will be selling the software as I have been feeling extremely sick for the last week and unable to work.  While I am feeling better today I don't want to offer the software for sale until I am well enough to support it.  The software is easy to use but from my nine years experience as the owner of a web hosting company I know that even easy software generates a lot of support requests.  :)

Re: Anybody Using A Blog Network That Still Works?
« Reply #2 on: July 23, 2013, 06:18:24 AM »
I manage about 50 blogs in my network and I usually get 1-2 new domains to add to my list every month. It can cost you about $25+ to acquire a dropped domain name (auction price + 1 year renewal).

I have my way of getting high PR domain names and I have my unique way of hosting all my blogs in different IP addresses. In short, I don't spend more than $25 per month in hosting all my 50 blogs in my network. :)

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Re: Anybody Using A Blog Network That Still Works?
« Reply #3 on: August 05, 2013, 05:04:49 AM »
I manage about 50 blogs in my network and I usually get 1-2 new domains to add to my list every month. It can cost you about $25+ to acquire a dropped domain name (auction price + 1 year renewal).

I have my way of getting high PR domain names and I have my unique way of hosting all my blogs in different IP addresses. In short, I don't spend more than $25 per month in hosting all my 50 blogs in my network. :)


A not so unique way of getting a different IP address for each domain is to sign up for one of hostnine's reseller packages.  :)  You can select the server to host your domain from six different locations, giving you a unique IP address for every domain. 

You do not need dedicated IP addresses, you simply need unique IP addresses among your domains.  Then you need a method of privacy so the domains are not traceable back to one owner.  I do this by hosting my own privacy service, where I offer privacy registrations on the home page for $50 per year.  Of course at that price I don't get any takers other than my own domains. :)

Re: Anybody Using A Blog Network That Still Works?
« Reply #4 on: August 06, 2013, 12:08:27 PM »
Thanks, I was wondering how you host your own privacy service?

You do not need dedicated IP addresses, you simply need unique IP addresses among your domains.  Then you need a method of privacy so the domains are not traceable back to one owner.  I do this by hosting my own privacy service, where I offer privacy registrations on the home page for $50 per year.  Of course at that price I don't get any takers other than my own domains. :)

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Re: Anybody Using A Blog Network That Still Works?
« Reply #5 on: August 06, 2013, 12:22:59 PM »
Thanks, I was wondering how you host your own privacy service?

It's really easy.  You simply buy a domain and pay for the privacy service on it.  I use enom.com, who charges $6 per year for privacy when you buy the domain from them.  Then you set up a web page offering to provide privacy services to the general public at some ridiculous rate so nobody will buy from you.

Then you set up an admin email account for that domain and use it for all the other domains you own.  For owners name you use "Domain Name Privacy service" and set the email address to the domain you purchased for this purpose.  For telephone number you state "please email".  Or you could make up a number but I don't, as I want nothing false about the domain registration for my domains.  I also rent a Mail etc box in the domain name so I have a mailing address for the domain.

Then if anybody has a question about your domains they will email care of the domain you set up for the privacy service.  If anybody has a question about the domain you are using for the privacy service they must contact enom, who then contacts you.

If you only have a few domains it is easier to just pay the $6 per year or use a registrar that provides it for free.  But if you have hundreds of domains this is a real money saver.

I use enom as I have been a reseller for them from the day they started business.  So I am paying the lowest possible rate for my domains.

Re: Anybody Using A Blog Network That Still Works?
« Reply #6 on: December 02, 2013, 05:23:31 AM »
I manage about 50 blogs in my network and I usually get 1-2 new domains to add to my list every month. It can cost you about $25+ to acquire a dropped domain name (auction price + 1 year renewal).

I have my way of getting high PR domain names and I have my unique way of hosting all my blogs in different IP addresses. In short, I don't spend more than $25 per month in hosting all my 50 blogs in my network. :)


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