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Best hosting for private blog network

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by JJsmith, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. JJsmith

    JJsmith Registered Member

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    Hi,
    I'm about to build a private blog network all on same niche to help our local business sites.

    It seems that all those seo hosting ips are probably known by google and will damage the network.

    The network will be with about 50 sites.

    Thanks!
     
  2. regmant

    regmant Regular Member

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    Ideally you would mix up the hosting to lessen the footprint.
     
  3. LordCameltoe

    LordCameltoe Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hey PM me, I'll tell you what company I use. I have about 100 + sites spread on seperate C class IPs from around the world. So you know its a reliable host.

    I don't want to mention it here as I don't want everyone and their mother signing up and ruining the service.
     
  4. mrdexter

    mrdexter Junior Member

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    If it was a reliable host (your words) then having everyone and their mother sign up wouldn't be an issue. On the other hand if you want to send an affiliate link via PM that would make much more sense, cos posting it in a thread might just get you a slap.
     
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  5. SuperLinks

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    You need different hosting accounts spread out to as many companies as possible to make it effective.

    Be sure you know what you are doing before going down this path, Google's bitch slapping networks left and right. If you DON'T have experience in this area, don't waste your time or money. You'll get your network deindexed before you know what hit you.
     
  6. LordCameltoe

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    I don't want to post it here because like I said, its been good to me for now and I wouldn't want spammers signing up and abusing its services. Call me paranoid, but thats just the way I role.

    And yeah, I don't want to post a ref link in a public section either.
     
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    DX-GENERATION Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    skynet will be the best hosting for ur private blog network as i even hold one on their servers !!!
     
  8. mrdexter

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    That's ok then, seeing as you know the OP isn't a spammer, and won't just tell everyone anyway...

    I realise this isn't quite what you're doing, but even so I'd like to think that it's just as against the rules.

    OP: I have in the past used Sky-Net although following a few threads on here recently about the whole c-class issue (haven't bookmarked them so you'd have to search) I have now got a reseller account with a few hosts bases in different countries to spread my sites across multiple data centers.
     
  9. marckolius

    marckolius Newbie

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    I think Google tracks IP Blocks, along with individual IP's so 100 different IPs may all still show under the same hosting company, which is of course a footprint. Theory of course!
     
  10. Extropy

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    Cloak hosting is a way - they set up hosting accounts at various public hosts (such as GoDaddy and 1&1) and give you a UI to manage all the accounts. Plus the price is reasonable.

    Or you can do the old fashioned way - 50 accounts from 20 or 30 providers. No footprint that way.
     
  11. brettehl

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    I found a list of really cheap ones that are around $1 a month or less. I found it on another forum, so obviously do your due diligence. I haven't used all of them but apparently they get the job done and for being $1 a month that's all you need.
    hosty-host
    10gi
    nextweb
    pinged
    tuguhost
    networkpanda
    1dollar-webhosting
    onedollarwebhosting
     
  12. CosmicSoundz

    CosmicSoundz BANNED BANNED

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    cant believe no one ever mentioned AWS.

    So simple. So cheap.
     
  13. benny>>

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    You mean amazon? Not sure how good that is for a PBN and its footprint.
     
  14. Smeems

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    Ideal world - all those different hosting companies for $1/month, $10/year. Should be different A classes.

    Reality - majority of those dollar hosting companies are unreliable as fuck.

    Unless you like spending hours of your week changing nameservers on hundreds of hosting accounts, go with SEO hosting.
     
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    multiplecloud.com have different platform that you can benefit by host your network site with separated server and worldwide location to avoid footprint.
     
  16. noomkung

    noomkung Newbie

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    You will need Class A hosting , multiplecloud dot com is have class A IP