Should I convert Adsense sites to private network for our money sites

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Greetings

Over the last two years we have dabbled with adsense, creating approximately 200+ unique sites, with original content. PR ranges from 1-3, and blogs are ranked well for their primary keywords. Now adsense has never been a major earner for us, but we were caught up in the rage and now we have these properties.

The blogs are hosted between 4 shared hosting accounts (hostgator). Each blog currently has approx 1-2 links pointing to our money sites, nothing major at this point.

I would like to convert these sites into a blog network, and I'm looking for the best way to do it. I need a central hub to control all of the blogs, and I would also need to determine if Class C hosting is really relevant.

Also its safe to assume that cost isn't an option.

Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author derekwong28
    You may want to look at Class C hosting that comes with a central control panel. The best and most expensive is seohosting, but I think the $25 plan of hostnine will be fine with you.
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    • Profile picture of the author Curtez Riggs
      Originally Posted by derekwong28 View Post

      You may want to look at Class C hosting that comes with a central control panel. The best and most expensive is seohosting, but I think the $25 plan of hostnine will be fine with you.
      Thanks for the info and the links. I have heard a lot of good things about seohosting
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  • Profile picture of the author BloggingPro
    I would transfer all 200 blogs onto as many Class C IPs that you can afford. If that means 10 sites per IP great, if it could be 5 even better. Obviously with that kind of volume you are probably going to have upwards of 20 per IP.

    That is OK but not great. Ideally you want them on smaller clusters so each backlink from every domain carries more weight.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kurt
    Before starting a blogging network, I'd have a good grasp of Google's Hilltop, which is how Google determines if sites are related. It goes far beyond just different C class IPs.

    google hilltop - Google Search

    And since you've already put Adsense on all those domains using the same affiliate ID, I'd assume Google knows everything about those domains, including who owns them, how much they made, as well as your name and bank account info.
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    • Profile picture of the author Curtez Riggs
      Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

      And since you've already put Adsense on all those domains using the same affiliate ID, I'd assume Google knows everything about those domains, including who owns them, how much they made, as well as your name and bank account info.
      We payed for some decent wso's before we started, so we have 55 sites with adsense from several ID's... The rest were created and have been aging but never converted.

      All sites also have private whois...

      Also am I too understand that I should become familiar with Hilltop prior to changing my domains?

      Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Fernando Veloso
    Curtez,

    If you still need an option THAT WORKS (including the use of spinned articles) PM me and I'll tell you what I discovered.

    Cheers.
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