Building A Blog Network You Can Be Proud of

Do you Chicken out, when it comes to Building a Blog Network? If, YES, You must gear up your self for it. Riding on the back of strong algorithm updates, Google is going stronger and if you want to rank higher, You must know how to Build a network for you niche.

In last post, we discussed, things to consider while buying aged domain , In this post, I would go few step further and we would see how to stitch things together.

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How Many Blogs are Sufficient?

Really hard one to answer! You cant be sure what would make your rank. I ranked a competitive PPD niche with just 5 blogs ( I will write a blog post about it later) and then it took me 15  blogs to rank a medium competitive term in Google.com.

Here’s the rule of thumb I use.

Easy to Moderate Niche:  5-10 Blogs   (Minimum ONE PR 6 , PA/DA>40)

Moderate to Difficult Niche: 10-16 Blogs (Minimum TWO PR 6 , PA/DA>40)

Difficult to Difficult+ Niche= 20+ Blogs  (Minimum Three PR 6 , PA/DA>40)

 

I normally use Godaddy Auction to buy my Blog. I use this site (domcop.com) for scrapping results from Godaddy Auction.

Based on the parameter which we discussed in the last post, It normally takes me 10-15 days to get all the domains in my account.

Lets dive into Building a network, You an be proud of !

 

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Whois Protected:

Whois protection is the very first thing, I choose. It would cost you a bit but i would not advice you to waste your hard earned domains without protecting them with whois.

 

Hosting:

Normally they are two views regarding hosting.  Hosting on Multiple Hosts or Hosting with SEO companies?

If you choose the later, It would make the management of the network very easy. And If you put all of your domains on different hosts, It would be a task to manage the network. You always have a higher risk with SEO hosting companies.

I use MIX of above. For a 20 blogs Network. I would use 10 blogs on a SEO host. and spread the rest of 10 on different hosting companies.

 

IPs:

I had great experience with Dedicated IPs when compared with Shared IPs. They have given me faster and stable ranking. I would recommend going for Dedicated IPs any day.

 

No of Posts:

Google ranks site based on the relevancy. So if you putting up a niche specif network. I would say dont post irrelevant garbage in it.

And dont put outbound links in each and every article you post. Keep the no of posts around 12 max.

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17 thoughts on “Building A Blog Network You Can Be Proud of

  1. To make things cheaper its possible to use fake whois data from a website like fakenamegenerator.com but use a real email address so you can verify it, You can get really cheap email accounts in bulk from fiverr.. 😉

    Hope this helps someone.

  2. “Keep the no of posts around 12 max.”

    Why do you advice no more than 12 post ? I think It’s better to have more and more content

    1. @James As we are making a niche specific network, I wont advice you to post irrelevant content on it. If you want to post more than 12 posts ( or any no of posts), you have to make sure, you dont increase the OUTBOND links from the blog. You have to post without links in them.

  3. Thanks, but do you think adding my site on Sape and selling links is a good way to make money back and reinvest in the network? thx

        1. @Marc, you can have a look at “Lady Gaga Google Rider” in the sidebar widget “services”. They are most common type of tiered links which I do.

    1. @Jones, I would suggest you to keep the out going links as low as possible. Normally I would put only one link in one post.

  4. @Jesus, $200 is minimum for a Good PR 6 domain that’s if you are lucky. I normally pay in access of $250 for a PR6 domain.

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