How To Stay Off Of Google's Radar
The first alternative method is to set up your sales page at sites like WordPress.com or Blogger.com. These sites are completely free and for the most part you can create pages and blogs to your heart's content. This is not a perfect solution which I will get into why momentarily. But it is an option and it is free.
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Now for the downsides to this method. The first is you don't control the websites. Just do a search here on the term "Squidoo" and you'll see exactly what I am talking about. The second is you may not be able to get the pages to look the way you want them to due to restrictions within the themes being used.
If you decide to implement sales pages using this method my advice to you is to do the following:
- Store the text (HTML code) that is generated from the pages on your hard drive or in the cloud (DropBox, Google Drive, etc.) This way if any of the blog providers suddenly restricts you from posting, you have the code to get up and running somewhere else.
- Keep a spreadsheet of all the blogs/pages that you have created, including user names and passwords, pages, posts, etc. I would store this in the cloud as well.