After a week "the Ocean" didn't make me rich.

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Of course not, I didn't expect that either. There are some dollars left over from pinging & trackbacks, but this didn't make the pig fat. Now the ocean is idling...

I did the wrong thinking.
Not totally wrong, I have 180 blogs with kinda good posts in it. That will count for future use. But thinking to slap adsense on each blog and hope people are clicking was wrong. Totally. I reading more and more about SEO, and that adsense thing only works if people are willed to click the ads. And the few that actually clicked, came from the pinging sites I guess.

Wrong equipment?
Maybe, maybe this didn't work out because I used the wrong equipment, and by that I mean my one computer at home.
The "fashion" blog do well, 1-2$ a day. The content is not better than in the "ocean" blogs, but the promotion of the blog. A cronjob is set up, wich ping every 10 minutes to multiple services. The "ocean" blogs get pinged very slowly from home. Imagine every blog get's pinged every 10 minutes (have to be from different IP's), the calculation is simple: 180blogs*1$*30days.
But nobody says that this will work out, so I don't put much in right now. Anyway, I have already an Idea how to do this with no costs: Free web space (180 different!) + 180 free cronjobs. Much work.

Still not useless!
Some blogs are already indexed, and much will follow I guess. Like 5ubliminal wrote "These sites are like wine. Aging them only gets them better." So I leave the "ocean" alone till I need them.

Currently my plan is this:

  1. Finish "Shameless Blogger Creator" (will be kick ass)
  2. Sell some copys, make some money
  3. Reinvest this in hosting and domains
  4. Set up some good keyword related websites
  5. Promote them Whitehat & Blackhat style, compare what works.
  6. Let you know about how things work out ;)
That's it, over and out.

Spam the Ocean

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So, two options: Promote each blog in "the Ocean" carefully OR stay shameless and going the easy way. Of course I know that this blogs will not run forever, so let's do some dirty tricks. Currently I spam some trackbacks related to keywords to blogs. Not to pump up the PR, of course there are nofollow attributes, but to get visitors on the blogs. I just promoted 3 blogs this way, and got a user rise from 40 to 150 (all in all!). It now takes 9 days to 'promote' (hehe) ocean blogs. Just let's see what happens.

Back in action

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I am back from my lil 4 day vacation. It's pretty kewl that you guys are interested how things are going on, so sorry for the delay.

Project "Ocean" have still to be promoted, what I will do in the next days. It's total useless to have 180 blogs that are not indexed.

Project "Fashion" is going ok, 0.50$ - 1$ a day, without doing anything. Only a pinging script is running every 10 minutes, via a cronjob.

Currently I re-code my blogger creation tool in order to sell it. The money I will reinvest for hosting and domains to get the real business started ;).

"Ocean" has now water, Blog Farm up!

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Finally, the Blog Farm is now up, took a lil work even it was all automated. Here are the stats:

  • Total Blogs: 180
  • Total Posts: 4205
Not so bad for the first hit, huh? These are the features as well:
  • Only one blog per user (hard to remove the entire farm)
  • Each blog has backlinks to 20 other random blogs in the farm
  • Keywords are linked to clickbank hops
Now it's time to promote these blogs. I'm already pinging for like 20 hours. Next step is bookmarking, heard this is a promising technique. Therefor I also code my own tool, those "automated" tools out there aren't automated enough for me... I just like it my way. And maybe others do too, in the future I will sell several tools I developed for blackhat SEO usage. Stay tuned!

Ow, my Blogger Creator is something different

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I just realized that my blogger account creation tool is slightly different from other ones. 'Normal' software will create multiple blogs in one user account. Now that's not the best thing to do, let people complain about your blog(s) and they just have to remove your account. All your blogs will be gone! Now what my tool do is, creating one blog for one user. Now that's the real deal, if one blog (account) get's deleted the others are still there. Now here comes the problem, if you want to access your blog via GData API (for automatic posting) it will tell you that your mail is not verified. Of course, never followed the activation link Google sends. The solution is simple:

  • Register with a trash mail (such as
  • Wait for activation mail, read out the activation link, of course via code
  • Follow that link (via cURL in PHP as example)
  • Happy automatic posting
Of course that took a lil longer to setup, but once it's done you got a killer blog farm, not depending on one user account.
I think tonight I register all 180 blogs, tomorow I will run the script for mail verification and start to fill the blogs. Wohoo.

There is a wave coming, Codename: Ocean

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Time to go a step forward. The last day's I read much about blackhat seo, and I found out about "blog farms". The principle is easy, have many many blogs with low/mid quality content, stuffed with ads. There are several solutions out for that, like "Blog Solution" or "Blogger Generator". I tested them out, but they didn't work for me, sure they did what they claim, but it doesnt fit my needs. If you want custom results you need custom tools, right? And after some hours I came up with my "Shameless Blogger Creation" Tool, and it works like a charm. Very automated, input is a .txt file with username, password, display title, blog name, blog url and path of template file. And that is generated via a PHP script wich get RSS feeds depended on a keyword. So for the first run I am going with ~200 keywords, 200 blogs a 25 posts, thats all in all 5000 posts. Did I already say I developed a program for automated posting too?! ;) I'm execited to see it running, should be tomorow night.

P.S.: The 30 minutes backlinks sucked ass so far, 50 visitors. But I test another method, called "pingRiot". A lil script developed by me, simple ping main ping services with the latest article url's of the fashion blog. -Every- 5 minutes ;) Cronjob ftw.

30 minutes backlinks on Codename "Fashion"

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So today I just did the first promotion for the self updating fashion blog. I followed the 30 minutes backlink tutorial. Well, let's see what it brings, but this tutorial isn't much special (not to charge 97$ for [shameless rapidshare]), nothing you can not makeup on your own. Whatever, we'll see how visitors will grow.

Light food: A self updating blog

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I got a Fashion/Clothing related domain left, didn't know what to do with it. So I decided to set up a self updating blog, of course with AdSense on it. Here is what this blog uses:

So far I didn't promote this blog in any way. Currently it got PR 1, so at least potential is there. In future I will try some methods to get visitors on the blog. You will read here if I have success with it.

For the warm up: Generate some traffic from web proxies

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OK folks, for the warm up. What if you need to get some 'people' on your page? Let's say to bring your site in a toplist upwards? Unique 'visitors'! Why the hell I am using ' ' on 'people' and 'visitors'? Because the 'visitors' are web proxies, automatically parsed and executed by our code. Since web proxies have different IP's and can hide their referrer, they are counted as unique visitor. So, in about an hour coding I got 57 visitors, and the site is up for 3 minutes. And I was picky!

Step 1: Get a good proxy list
After Google 1 minute I found this nice list: Over 1300 possible web proxies that could help us? Neat. Also this structure is very simple, we are interested only in the 'value' attribute.

Step 2: Research the web proxy
Most of this listed proxies use the same script. But alot of this proxy sites don't allow the full range of options. So I was just interested in having all turned off, but scripts on so I can track and see if this stuff works.

Step 3: Write 40 lines of code
Well, must not exactly 40 lines, but that's what I came up in short time. Run it on localhost in your commandline and see the list processing. Here is my function for that.

And that's about it. The script says it was successful with over 140 proxies, but that's not the real number, cause some sites are just pointing to one proxie. All in all I end up with 57 uniques. But as I said, I was picky! You don't need client side scripting turned on. In the next post I will show you the results without being so picky, and just pump our url in all proxys.

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