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    Using Adsense on Proxies

    Most proxy sites I've seen are running adsense. The issue I have is the lack of content those pages actually have. Most proxy home pages have at best 2 - 3 lines of text. Surely such little content would causes flags to be raised on your account by Google?

    I've been spending the last few days looking into proxies, and I'm on the verge of hosting my first one. But I'm kinda wary of slapping adsense all over the sites, the last thing I want is to get banned. I fully understand you can't display adsense on the proxified pages, I'm just talking about the home page of the proxy.

    I just need some reassuring.

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    Check this thread: Adsense may not be safe for proxy owners anymore

    But yeah it's a risky business... some Chinese people are writing some cheap content for me about the proxies... it's not top quality, but there are just a few mistakes in a 100-words text so...

    Maybe you could try that

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    Yeah it looks like I'll just produce some extra content myself, that's easy enough. My initial plan was to simply fire up loads of proxy templates and be done with it.

    Also does anyone know anything about embedding phproxy into wordpress templates?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Stylosa View Post
    Yeah it looks like I'll just produce some extra content myself, that's easy enough. My initial plan was to simply fire up loads of proxy templates and be done with it.

    Also does anyone know anything about embedding phproxy into wordpress templates?



    Cheers for the link Aqu
    Why don't you just remove all the WP code so you're left with a plain HTML template, then add the phproxy code? It would probably take you less than half an hour to do if you're already familiar with templating

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    Quote Originally Posted by elbandelero View Post
    Why don't you just remove all the WP code so you're left with a plain HTML template, then add the phproxy code? It would probably take you less than half an hour to do if you're already familiar with templating
    Yeah that's a good idea, I've been looking around for some type of widget to quickly add the scrip to, but I can't find anything that will support it.

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    All of my first wave of proxies where using the same "layout" with the exact same content which was just a news tracker as such. And that took months and months to even be ten lines. Nothing came of it.

    But yes why risk your adsense account, it sounds hard to get another one so you best use caution.

    Some of my slightly newer ones i just translated a bunch of random text based on a few keywords and called it a day, but my last couple i have actually wrote about 100words my self it doesnt take much time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trizi View Post
    All of my first wave of proxies where using the same "layout" with the exact same content which was just a news tracker as such. And that took months and months to even be ten lines. Nothing came of it.

    But yes why risk your adsense account, it sounds hard to get another one so you best use caution.

    Some of my slightly newer ones i just translated a bunch of random text based on a few keywords and called it a day, but my last couple i have actually wrote about 100words my self it doesnt take much time.
    Oh for sure, producing unique content is defiantly the way to go. Its not really that much work to throw up a proxy site with a few pages on relevant topics.

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    Question

    I am wondering why do you want to embed phproxy into wordress template? so you can run a proxy inside a WP blog? or you just wanna use the template to make it unique?
    Quote Originally Posted by Stylosa View Post
    Also does anyone know anything about embedding phproxy into wordpress templates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by budhi1976 View Post
    I am wondering why do you want to embed phproxy into wordress template? so you can run a proxy inside a WP blog? or you just wanna use the template to make it unique?
    If you think about it there's loads of wordpress templates. It would be an almost limitless supply of unique designs.

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