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A "network" within a niche. How to hide everything.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sudorank, Aug 8, 2013.

  1. sudorank

    sudorank Power Member

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    Hi guys!

    So i have two websites in the same niche. Doing okay want to expand outwards into other sectors of the niche.

    It will take 72 websites in the network, all covering different locations and services.

    I've never done anything this big before and i'm worried about both Google and competitors spying on me.

    Does anyone have any tips to secure everything and stop people spying on my little network?

    Cheers,

    Dale,
     
  2. kinlee

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    To my knowledge, as long as you have links pointing them to each other you can't really hide your network from google.
     
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    One simple tip, don't link your network sites with your own network sites.. hide whois and you should be all good :)
     
  4. blakamia

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    Make sure all sites are on different IP addresses. Make sure you use different templates for each website. Make sure you use different whois info for each website (registrars don't care if you fake your WHOIS). If you do all that, you'll be fine.

    -blakamia
     
  5. sudorank

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    I'm gonna SEO each site individually. Not gonna interlink at all.


    This is one of the things i'm thinking about. Would i need a seperate IP for each website? Or split a handful (Say 5) and put them on a separate host.

    Would SEO hosting be an idea for this?
     
  6. Peter Ngo

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    Yes you will need different IP for each website. but i also heard some people seperate each host into 2-3 websites, since that is not seen as spam as well.
    I personally think SEO host will save you time from making multiple hosting, but still, SEO hosting is expensive, cost you a fortune, but if budget is not a problem then yea go for it.

    Thanks and regards,
    Peter