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Advice For My First Blog Network

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by emilix123, Jun 22, 2013.

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  1. emilix123

    emilix123 Junior Member

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    Hi Guys
    I am going to create my first blog network I wanted to know if dedicated or shared ip (offered by seo hosting companies) have rilevance for SEO purpose?
    I want to create a network with shared ip...
    What services of seo hosting do you recommend, with these characteristics for each ip: non-sequential, unique, geographically different, c-class ip?s with unique nameservers???

    Thanks
     
  2. scrapebo

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    try this
    http://seojims.com/intermediate-advanced-seo/how-to-build-a-blog-network/
     
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  3. UltraLink

    UltraLink Regular Member

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    I would say steer clear from SEO hosting and just go for a handful of affordable shared hosting accounts.

    It gets slightly harder to manage that way but worth it for the long run.
     
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    I think is a best investment to pay for different shared hostings, so you will get more IPs, and so you will be under the radar easily, better than any Seo hosting that it is totally full of spammers.

    I think this is going to be better: buy different cheap hosting accounts and host 2 or 3 domains as much in every hosting, so it wont be very suspicious.

    Just my advice.
     
  5. allply

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    Indeed go for different shared hosting websites with the multiple ip's and you shouldn't have a problem but just searched here at BHW and you will find tons and tons of relative information!
     
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    I did the following, contacted my host and asked them If they could provide me with 5 more hosting accounts but on different geo locations and different C-Class ip-ranges, which was ok.
     
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    My host iPower offers free SEO services, are they bad to use? I thought more was better.