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    Your customers won't be very happy if you spin the posts. I said the idea is expensive because niche blogs and a quality niche network means, each blog has a unique post, not spinned. More quality you maintain, better results you get. And overtime, authory status as well.

    If you get minimum 10 blogs per niche, be ready to create 10 different posts, the unique ones.

    I myself found it expensive when I've a in-houce team of more than 17 writers, and many people who does the directory submission jobs in-house.

    I've already dropped the niche blog network idea but keeping only health niche with me. It is in demand and giving me a good value. Though it is expensive no doubt.

    I'd advise you to start with any one niche, maintain it, promote it, get the return on investment and then invest on other niche network.

    Hope the info helps

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    Now I must ask about this part as I was thinking to start off with 10 different niche blogs, follow the methods mentioned in your article and then go for more niches after some time.

    By 10 blogs on each niche you mean I need to spin the posts of one blog and publish on rest of 9? I hope I'm getting it right

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChillingBreeze View Post
    Your customers won't be very happy if you spin the posts. I said the idea is expensive because niche blogs and a quality niche network means, each blog has a unique post, not spinned. More quality you maintain, better results you get. And overtime, authory status as well.

    If you get minimum 10 blogs per niche, be ready to create 10 different posts, the unique ones.
    Right! Now I got the whole thing and I'm just ready for it but I won't be doing it within couple of months.

    I'm planning to increase to a network of atleast 100 in 1 year (I know it's low but I want to maintain quality )

    Quote Originally Posted by ChillingBreeze View Post
    I'd advise you to start with any one niche, maintain it, promote it, get the return on investment and then invest on other niche network.

    Hope the info helps
    I don't really think I'll be going with one niche. I've chosen atleast 10 different niches and I would be going for them no matter what happens. It's worth a try IMO

    Just one question though, do you think purchasing network domain names with similarity is not a good idea? like heblogshealth.com, heblogscars.com and so on? Could there be any problems? Or do you think it's actually a good idea (I'm not planning to inter link the blogs too)

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    Good luck for this. As long as you maintain the quality, you gonna get a sure shot success and business.
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    Right! Now I got the whole thing and I'm just ready for it but I won't be doing it within couple of months.

    I'm planning to increase to a network of atleast 100 in 1 year (I know it's low but I want to maintain quality )
    It's definitely worth a try.
    I don't really think I'll be going with one niche. I've chosen atleast 10 different niches and I would be going for them no matter what happens. It's worth a try IMO
    I won't go with similar names personally if you ask my opinion. Try getting as much different as possible doamin names. There is not much logic behind this but it's better to go for different. Somehow it may sound fishy because there are still human behind Google. You should not take any risk. Get good health domain names. Not necesarrily with word "health" but anything relevant would work, like "care", "med", "rx", and many more..

    Just one question though, do you think purchasing network domain names with similarity is not a good idea? like heblogshealth.com, heblogscars.com and so on? Could there be any problems? Or do you think it's actually a good idea (I'm not planning to inter link the blogs too)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChillingBreeze View Post
    I won't go with similar names personally if you ask my opinion. Try getting as much different as possible doamin names. There is not much logic behind this but it's better to go for different. Somehow it may sound fishy because there are still human behind Google. You should not take any risk. Get good health domain names. Not necesarrily with word "health" but anything relevant would work, like "care", "med", "rx", and many more..
    Well I purchased around 10 domains for "The I Network" i.e. iblogphones.com, iblogcomputers.com etc I guess I'll have to build personal network on those

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    Quote Originally Posted by ankit View Post
    google is not against blog networks but its against duplicate content.
    Google is against selling or buying links.

    The trouble with most blogs which sell links is that it is pathetically obvious that they are selling links. The posts don't look natural.

    Fix that and you may have a valuable service.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    Google is against selling or buying links.

    The trouble with most blogs which sell links is that it is pathetically obvious that they are selling links. The posts don't look natural.

    Fix that and you may have a valuable service.

    hopefully in my personal opinion google is not against selling links but against selling links only for the sake of PR and better SERP's, just my personal opinion although i could be worng in it too. if in case i am right then having a blog network of different niche's or general niche with different or non-duplicate content should be fine. So one can spin/rewrite articles for each blog with links with different anchor text should be fine with google Terms

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