Tuesday, September 18, 2007

90 Days in One Day

For some blog programs to make money, such as PayPerPost, there is a requirement to have your blog be 90 days old. Why wait? Age your blog in a day.

The PayPerPost Blog Requirements state:

  • Your blog must be at least 90 days old, verifiable by a third party index of the site.
  • If over 90 days old, your blog must have at least 20 entries in the past 90 days. If just around 90 days old, your blog must have 20 pre-existing entries.
  • No blogs with gaps over 30 days (no entries posted for 30+ days) will be accepted.

So to get around this just create a bunch of new blog entries and change the timestamps on your blog entries to spread them out over a three or four month period. (Hint: put more of your entries in the current month so they will still count in a few days for now. Your first attempt to get your blog accepted is likely not going to work. It may take you a couple of weeks to get everything right.)

Once you have done this you can then submit your blog to Google and get it indexed. Also submit your blog to the main Google index.

This probably won't really work for you. So what you need to do is get some "link love". Get several people to link to your site in exchange for you linking to them. While submitting your site will get Google to crawl your pages, the link love is what makes Google decide to put you in the public index so people see your site.

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