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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Georgian, Jan 9, 2012.

  1. Georgian

    Georgian Newbie

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    Hey Guys,

    Happy New 2012 Year! Wish you health & huge profits :)

    I was searching for the answers on my questions but I was not able to find, hope you will find a minute and answer them.

    I am building small private blog network of about 100 sites, I'm aware that one of the most important issues is hosting.

    Ideally the hosting should provide:

    • Unique C-class ips
    • Unique nameservers
    • Unique IP locations

    Anything else?

    If you got all of these, you know that it costs a lot! something like $3+ per IP.

    Here are the issues:

    1. I have a reseller account with one of the good hosting providers and I am able to create hosting accounts (with different c-class IPs) across number of countries, plus I set custom nameservers at domain registrar (n1_mydomain_com, I don't want to have ns1_hosting_com default nameservers for all domains), will Google still notice that the domains are hosted on the same host?

    2. Is hosting on different c-class sufficient? Or should I use A-B classes too?

    3. What software do you use to automate content posting on your sites?

    4. What software do you use to automate backlink management on your sites?

    5. And finally, which host would you recommend for under 100 site network?

    Hope this thread will be beneficial to everyone in my situation,

    Vaz
     
  2. Georgian

    Georgian Newbie

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    Anyone with experience? Isn't it an active topic?
     
  3. schwagoo

    schwagoo Senior Member

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    I have an account with Indianets for seo hosting and it works ok. Search around the forum for seo hosts...some are ok and some have awful uptime and support.
     
  4. jon_xx_x

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    Above. I'm not super familiar with A B C class, so I can't say my info is 100% accuraate.
     
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  6. Georgian

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    Thanks Jon, great reply.
     
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    You sure you entered the correct domain name? I highlighted the name and went to >>> open in new tab, and the site same up, "DOA." Also, that domain is not registered in WHOIS? I'm just sayin...
     
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    Ah sorry it was mispelled
    Goto kvchosting.com
    And then goto SEO hosting page
     
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  9. Georgian

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    Anyone else with answer on my first question? this is most important, it may save me a lot money! (and not only me).
     
  10. xenoxen

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    About question1.
    You should be alright but Google also check the registrar - you should hide your personal data. You can use a few names/ domains providers to diversify all your domain.
    Make sure that your hosting will handle so many blogs/websites.
     
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    I think that they have all the same nameservers which might ( but do not have to ) be the reason to fail in ranking website.
     
  12. Georgian

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    Thats the main question of this thread...

    If I "mask" my default nameservers with ns1.mydomain.com nameservers, will it work? or does it work for anyone here? I don't want to lose money for not realizing this issue.
     
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    You should be OK. It depends on the network size.
    No one will give you any guarantee or strict answer to that question.

    Count everything and ask support if they allow such network etc. Because at the end you might loose money for testing. Ask them first.

    Good luck!
     
  14. cherub

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    www.cclassiphosting.com is a bit cheaper, but the hosting package is not as featured as kvchosting.com

    You can also get some different name servers using freedns.afraid.org or even through cloudflare.com
     
  15. Georgian

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    Can you tell me more about different name servers?
     
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    You can also register your own private nameservers like:
    ns1.yourdomain.com
    ns2.yourdomain.com

    And so on for all sites .
     
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    to manage backlink use AMR or Mass Wordpress Poster
     
  18. Georgian

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    I am doing exactly like that but NameServer ips will still be the same for all sites.
     
  19. Georgian

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    I need answer on my #1 question :)