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    Exclamation Get ready for the start people!

    Since people aren't paying a single penny for their proxies -except for the hosting- and I'm paying a lot of money for my proxies it's time to change things

    From now on, I'll register hundreds of .co.cc domains, and ofcourse .cz.cc too! It's great to see how they can earn money with doing nothing, so I'll do the same

    Alright, I know some people are believing everything I say about proxies. So people, believe me -- Free domains weren't temporary, they still exist which means you can make money from them. Stop being fucked up by them and do the same. I'm sure your profits will be even bigger than they are now

    Good luck with your proxies, if you have a question, please ask me
    |Nico Lawsons

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarezz View Post
    Since people aren't paying a single penny for their proxies -except for the hosting- and I'm paying a lot of money for my proxies it's time to change things

    From now on, I'll register hundreds of .co.cc domains, and ofcourse .cz.cc too! It's great to see how they can earn money with doing nothing, so I'll do the same

    Alright, I know some people are believing everything I say about proxies. So people, believe me -- Free domains weren't temporary, they still exist which means you can make money from them. Stop being fucked up by them and do the same. I'm sure your profits will be even bigger than they are now

    Good luck with your proxies, if you have a question, please ask me
    Where do you get cz.cc domains from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Habaku View Post
    Where do you get cz.cc domains from?
    From their homepage
    |Nico Lawsons

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    Every one note: these are sub-domains. I would imagine any web filtering company would just blacklist .co.cc with out a second thought.

    Brand new domains .com .info etc are given the benefit (in most cases) of not being in a blacklist right of the bat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarezz View Post
    Thank you; actually I had in mind whether they coud be bought cheaper, but I don't think the cz.zz are a very good choice at the same time.

    I was looking into them when I was thinking about what do to do with the co.cc proliferation.

    Have you already fired some co.cc tomahawk cruisse missiles to the Tech-FAQ proxy list to take out the Indonesians spamming the list?

    I ask so because today seems the worst day ever, and this is the first time I think the world's ugliest cheerleader, Sir Will, should perhaps take some action.

    I am going to post my ideas now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorldClicks View Post
    I would preferably choose a .com proxy rather then a co.cc , I guess its just preference.
    Me too ofcourse, but we could earn more potential money with these free domains so it's worth the try

    Quote Originally Posted by Ogle View Post
    Every one note: these are sub-domains. I would imagine any web filtering company would just blacklist .co.cc with out a second thought.

    Brand new domains .com .info etc are given the benefit (in most cases) of not being in a blacklist right of the bat.
    True, but there are some GOOD sites on .co.cc too -- which should make it harder for them to decide on 'block all domains from .co.cc' or just some...

    Quote Originally Posted by Habaku View Post
    Thank you; actually I had in mind whether they coud be bought cheaper, but I don't think the cz.zz are a very good choice at the same time.

    I was looking into them when I was thinking about what do to do with the co.cc proliferation.

    Have you already fired some co.cc tomahawk cruisse missiles to the Tech-FAQ proxy list to take out the Indonesians spamming the list?

    I ask so because today seems the worst day ever, and this is the first time I think the world's ugliest cheerleader, Sir Will, should perhaps take some action.

    I am going to post my ideas now.
    Well we've asked the same, but so far nothing happened Eventually in a few months if things keep staying like this, we'll wait and see
    |Nico Lawsons

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    Well, how long are you going to spend promoting these co.cc's? I assume at least an hour a day. And then what? The traffic and proxies will die down, and you will spend another 5 hours or so registering 100 co.cc's.

    Well my 1 proxy has probably been earning more than all of those co.cc's being submitted to Tech FAQ, and I ain't spending more than 5 minutes/day on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zash View Post
    Well, how long are you going to spend promoting these co.cc's? I assume at least an hour a day. And then what? The traffic and proxies will die down, and you will spend another 5 hours or so registering 100 co.cc's.

    Well my 1 proxy has probably been earning more than all of those co.cc's being submitted to Tech FAQ, and I ain't spending more than 5 minutes/day on it.
    Indeed. While spamming indistinguishable-from-each-other co.cc proxies at tech-faq is a good way to rob other proxies of traffic and hog tech-faq, I am not sure if it is very profitable in the long run.

    It is also possible that co.cc's get blocked faster than other domains.

    BTW i don't think that it takes an hour to promote each co.cc proxy. They probably just submit it to the biggest proxy lists which allow co.cc (Which would take 10 minutes per proxy?).

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    I setup a handful of .co.cc domains which takes only a matter of minutes.

    Then I have a variety of high-performance themes that I simply make minor changes to and upload them to my hosting space. This also takes just a matter of minutes. Then I setup new AdBrite zones, place the advertisements on the pages, and then go ahead and submit the new proxies to all of the best proxy lists. Since I reuse the footer, the reciprocal links are already in place, saving me even more time.

    From there, I ignore them - go do other work, and learn money in the background. Simple.
    The effort is extremely minimal. The earnings are pleasing. Plus, it's nearly 100% profit.

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