Any hosting trick for building autoblogs?

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Hi, is it real that we should use more than 1 hosting to hosts our autoblogs? What if we host lots of autoblogs in our one hosting?
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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas Buckley
    If you have unlimited domains in your hosting package you can host lots of blogs on one host. Such as the Baby package from hostgator. If you are limited to a single domain i dont think you can (hatchling package from hostgator)

    Hope this helped
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  • Profile picture of the author LetsGoViral
    You can host plenty of autoblogs on unlimited domain package, however you have to be careful with cron jobs.
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  • Profile picture of the author iamerican
    try to get a virtual private server...
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  • Profile picture of the author TelZilla
    Just get a VPS if you want to do autoblogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rsberg
    Be careful with hosting more than 12-15 auto blogs on one plan/IP. After time auto blogs will grow in size and depending on some other factors (such as the plugins you use) they can become labor intensive for the host and your blog may slow down. Also, and this doesnt always happen but it CAN...if you host lots blogs on one IP and you do something to upset Google and get "slapped" then they could slap all of the blogs you have on that same IP. I know people this has happened to and I doubt you want to be one.

    Even though several of the hosting companies say "unlimited" number of domains...that can be misleading so its better to be safe than sorry.
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    • Profile picture of the author Curt7
      Originally Posted by Rsberg View Post

      Also, and this doesnt always happen but it CAN...if you host lots blogs on one IP and you do something to upset Google and get "slapped" then they could slap all of the blogs you have on that same IP.
      I have seen many people say this same thing. However, no one ever mentions that Google already has all of your domains connected with your Adsense number. So, there's really not much point in trying to fool them by putting your blogs on different IPs.
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      • Profile picture of the author JonnyHardwick
        Originally Posted by Curt7 View Post

        I have seen many people say this same thing. However, no one ever mentions that Google already has all of your domains connected with your Adsense number. So, there's really not much point in trying to fool them by putting your blogs on different IPs.
        Good point if you're using Adsense but not everyone uses Adsense as a means of generating revenue from an autoblog.

        Some people dont even advertise at all on autoblogs and just use them for generating leads.
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        • Profile picture of the author Curt7
          Originally Posted by JonnyHardwick View Post

          Good point if you're using Adsense but not everyone uses Adsense as a means of generating revenue from an autoblog.

          Some people dont even advertise at all on autoblogs and just use them for generating leads.
          Most autobloggers monetize with Adsense.
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          • Profile picture of the author garyv
            Originally Posted by Curt7 View Post

            Most autobloggers monetize with Adsense.
            This could explain why most of them make no money.
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            • Profile picture of the author JonnyHardwick
              Originally Posted by garyv View Post

              This could explain why most of them make no money.
              Agreed. I don't know why people rely on adsense so much for monetization, for such a measly return. You put in all that effort for what? 5 cents a click?

              For me, Adsense is at the bottom of the pile. There are much better ways of monetization.
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      • Profile picture of the author Rsberg
        Originally Posted by Curt7 View Post

        I have seen many people say this same thing. However, no one ever mentions that Google already has all of your domains connected with your Adsense number. So, there's really not much point in trying to fool them by putting your blogs on different IPs.
        Its not really a matter of trying to "fool" them as much as it is a precaution. As far as the Adsense account goes your right but I wasnt really referring to Adsense...although that is a very good point.

        What I meant was Google can close down individual sites for one reason or another and if/when they do that I have heard that they have closed all IP related sites down with the same owner. So if you have all of your sites on one IP and just one of your sites upsets them and you get slapped in some manner or another it could affect all of your sites.

        You do make a very good point about the Adsense....wasnt tryikng to Fool Google, sorry for the misunderstanding.
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    • Profile picture of the author JonnyHardwick
      Originally Posted by Rsberg View Post

      Be careful with hosting more than 12-15 auto blogs on one plan/IP. After time auto blogs will grow in size and depending on some other factors (such as the plugins you use) they can become labor intensive for the host and your blog may slow down. Also, and this doesnt always happen but it CAN...if you host lots blogs on one IP and you do something to upset Google and get "slapped" then they could slap all of the blogs you have on that same IP. I know people this has happened to and I doubt you want to be one.

      Even though several of the hosting companies say "unlimited" number of domains...that can be misleading so its better to be safe than sorry.
      I couldn't have put it better myself. If you are doing autoblogging I would recommend going with a few different hosts to spread your sites accross.

      If you cram as many blogs as you can on one hosting account then in fact you are wasting money not saving money because all your time spent setting up these autoblogs will be a wasted when you get slapped by Google.

      For the cheapest shared hosting I recommend FusionHost.com. You get a free dedicated IP for your hosting account which is great for SEO and a free domain with every account.
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      • Profile picture of the author nikmerchant
        Originally Posted by JonnyHardwick View Post

        I couldn't have put it better myself. If you are doing autoblogging I would recommend going with a few different hosts to spread your sites accross.

        If you cram as many blogs as you can on one hosting account then in fact you are wasting money not saving money because all your time spent setting up these autoblogs will be a wasted when you get slapped by Google.

        For the cheapest shared hosting I recommend FusionHost.com. You get a free dedicated IP for your hosting account which is great for SEO and a free domain with every account.
        Fusion Host didn't have any Fantastico build in... Not very user-friendly... I look at their CPanel demo
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        • Profile picture of the author JonnyHardwick
          Originally Posted by nikmerchant View Post

          Fusion Host didn't have any Fantastico build in... Not very user-friendly... I look at their CPanel demo
          They have Softaculous which is better than Fantastico. They also have Installatron as a second option.

          The cPanel demo they have on the home page is the demo from the cPanel.com website, not the one they actually use. The one they use is much better and has more features.

          Not sure why they use the default cPanel for their home page when they have a better one though.
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  • Profile picture of the author visimedia
    cool Jonny. I'll take a look the hosting
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  • Profile picture of the author Hitanshu
    Helo visimedia,

    You should not host all domain names on your reseller hosting account on hostgator because they are all from the same IP address. Yes you can upgrade the reseller account to business account to $25/month and you can host unlimited domain names. Plus you will have to pay $2 each domain for a Unique IP address.

    But hostgator told me its not even worth doing that. You do get your own unique ip address for each doman name but upto some level. I dont know how to explain it.

    Hostgator recommended me to go for SEO Hosting - SEO Web Hosting with cPanel and Multiple Class C IP Addresses. They offer completely unique C class ip address, which can not be identified by google. The only difference is that they chage minimum $35/month for 5 unicque c class ip address. that makes it $7 per month for each domain name.

    I hope that helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author Hitanshu
    Is it really true that if you have adsense account for all your domain names in one account and all the doman names have a dedicated ip addres,, google can still slap you for auto blogs???

    then what is the point of using unique ip address for each domain name? the real revenue is from adsense!
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    • Profile picture of the author smithsj1
      Originally Posted by Hitanshu View Post

      Is it really true that if you have adsense account for all your domain names in one account and all the doman names have a dedicated ip addres,, google can still slap you for auto blogs???
      What happens when Google suspend your Adsense account and won't reinstate it. You may lose income already accrued and once more all of your blogs are now not generating any income for you.

      That's why I' would forget about Adsense - split your current Adsense area into 2 or 3 and then use an affiliate marketing program (such as CJ, Tradedoubler etc) to generate text ads and place them into the space where your current banner is located. Your ads will rotate and you can make them look like Google ads if you want to but you will get all the affiliate commission on any sale rather than just pennies per click.

      Clickbank also do a nice Ad aggregator which may pay huge dividends for you.
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      • Profile picture of the author JonnyHardwick
        Originally Posted by smithsj1 View Post

        What happens when Google suspend your Adsense account and won't reinstate it. You may lose income already accrued and once more all of your blogs are now not generating any income for you.

        That's why I' would forget about Adsense - split your current Adsense area into 2 or 3 and then use an affiliate marketing program (such as CJ, Tradedoubler etc) to generate text ads and place them into the space where your current banner is located. Your ads will rotate and you can make them look like Google ads if you want to but you will get all the affiliate commission on any sale rather than just pennies per click.

        Clickbank also do a nice Ad aggregator which may pay huge dividends for you.
        Yeah, you're much better off using CJ or another affiliate network.

        Google get too involved in my book. This is probably because they are dealing with peoples ad spend on the AdWords side of it (on a per click basis) so they need to ensure that nobody is trying to manipulate the system, which in turn could cost their customers money.
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    • Profile picture of the author Rsberg
      Originally Posted by Hitanshu View Post

      Is it really true that if you have adsense account for all your domain names in one account and all the doman names have a dedicated ip addres,, google can still slap you for auto blogs???

      then what is the point of using unique ip address for each domain name? the real revenue is from adsense!

      Technically I do believe that is true...however....the main point here is that not every site is used as an Adsense site and not all IM'ers use Adsense as thier only form of monetization. More to the point is the worry of the sites slowing down as they grow in size...this is almost as bad as getting slapped. The cost really isnt that much if you spread them out to 15 sites per IP...in the long run you will most likely save money.

      Adsense is a decent rev stream but it certainly isnt the only one and I would hesitate to say its the best. Lots of people make lots of money from affiliate sales from several different sources.

      Just my 2 cents
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  • Profile picture of the author Hitanshu
    So LEt me make this clear:

    I will not use adsense
    I will host my all domain names in unique ip address

    Google wont slap me!

    What about domain name? Can google recognize that the domain names registered is from the same person even though they are hosted in unique ip address?
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    • Profile picture of the author JonnyHardwick
      Originally Posted by Hitanshu View Post

      What about domain name? Can google recognize that the domain names registered is from the same person even though they are hosted in unique ip address?
      Anyone can if you don't have Whois Protection on your domain.

      If you register your domains with NameCheap you get 1 year free Whois Protection. Then after that you can get a pack of 5 for $7.88/yr.

      Once your domains are Whois Protected there is no way of detecting who owns the domain. All they will know is that it's someone at NameCheap, if they even look that far into it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Stephen Bray
    Never mind autoblogs, Mark Dulisse,
    Alex Goad, and Brian Johnson all
    warned me off hosting all my niche
    sites on one reseller account.


    They were talking about creating

    traffic hubs though.

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  • Profile picture of the author visimedia
    oK, then this autoblogs answer will come to. ... . . . ... where?
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  • Profile picture of the author snapcontent
    Originally Posted by visimedia View Post

    Hi, is it real that we should use more than 1 hosting to hosts our autoblogs? What if we host lots of autoblogs in our one hosting?
    The more domains and IPs your network of autoblogs uses, the more 'real' it will look to the search engines, and the more effective it will be, especially for backlinking automatically. Read the free ebook at autoblogging at bloggerhigh.com to find out why.

    And adsense, by the way, isn't a very effective method for monetizing an autoblog.
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    Autoblogging with unique content and comments.
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  • Profile picture of the author Silent Warrior
    Building an autoblogging network is a bit of an advanced strategy, but...

    -probably best not to use adsense for monetization
    -skynet seo hosting is dirt cheap for multiple isp's
    -but hostgator seo hosting customer support RULES!
    -netfirms offers kick ass, cheap domains with privacy included
    -godaddy offers .info's for $.89 USD, buy 6 and get free privacy
    -as far as opinions concerning the debate on TLDs, (.com's VS .info's), search other threads on the forum
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  • Profile picture of the author Wide
    Here is my experiences running autoblogs:

    If you add more than 10 blogs with 1 daily update to a shared account (like hostgator), then you will get into problems. Install cache addons to all blogs.

    I had a limit on 50 blogs per VPS, paid $25-28 per VPS. So thats ~ $.50/mo per blog.

    - Each of your blogs needs to be unique, do everything possible to make it stand out from your other blogs (domain, hosting, design, content). What I do is to compare a new blog to one of my existing ones and try to find out what those two blogs have an common, then change it.
    - Each blog need to developed for a long-tail-keyword niche, means you need to do extensive keyword research for each new blog.
    - Use a different theme for each blog, try to google a skin that match your niche.
    - Stay away from what normal autobloggers are doing, that means NO adsense and no info domains.
    - Only use .com, .net and .org domains
    - Use CPA offers instead of adsense
    - Base each autoblog on a group of products and pull content related to those products
    - Put privacy on all domains
    - Dont have more than 100 domains on each Server IP, try to use different hosting companies with different C-Class IP's (google it).
    - When a blog earns more than $50-75 per month, then stop autoblogging on it. Hire a writer to write 1 article related to specific products each week. The article will cost $5-7 per each and this method should trippe your earnings within a couple of months.
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