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blogs on different c-class IP adressess

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by leipeic, Jan 11, 2009.

  1. leipeic

    leipeic Registered Member

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    what do you think about this statement:

    (5 domains, 5 ips)

    "To be honest though, if the spiders detect that those 5 addresses are behind the same router, it'll still see them as being on the same box."
     
  2. scb335

    scb335 BANNED BANNED

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    To be honest, I think people worry a little too much about this stuff and go to unnecessary extremes with trying to hide small networks/link-farms.

    For instance, I build small blog networks all the time using just 2 hosting accounts with different services and adding in a couple free blogs and it works fantastic for me.

    Example:
    Blog A on Host #1 links to...
    Blog B on Host #2 which links to...
    Free Blog on Weebly which links to...
    Blog C on Host #1 which links to...
    Free Blog on WordPress.com which links to...
    Blog D on Host #2 which finally links back to...
    Blog A

    You can expand this eternally by just adding more free blogs into the mix, but that's basically what I do and it works for me.

    I imagine setting up more hosting accounts or purchasing additional IP's for your server would be just as effective, or maybe it would even add a small boost over doing what I explained above, but it seems like a lot of additional trouble and expense when 2 basic hosting accounts and a few free blog services seems to be working fine.

    That's my thoughts on it.
     
  3. leipeic

    leipeic Registered Member

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    and you update the free blogs or just do some posts and leave it?
     
  4. springer98

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    I'd be more worried about being abducted by aliens and having an anal probe inserted. :yield:

    The chances of getting caught out are piss poor to unbelievable.

    The SE's have better things to do than try to ferret out which IPs are coming from the same place. There are plenty of places you can get hosting accounts with multiple IPs and build whatever type of link farm you can imagine, all on the same server, and no one will be any the wiser.
     
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  5. scb335

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    It depends on my long term plans for the small blog network. If its a niche I'm just trying to hit quick and then move on I'll post a couple times daily to the free blogs for 3 or 4 days and then forget them.

    If its a niche I plan to keep mining for a while then I'll post a couple times daily for 3 or 4 days, then cut back to 1 or 2 posts per week on them.
     
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    true, I never actually considered using any free services other then blogger.com, does weebly work well for blogs?
     
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    scb335 BANNED BANNED

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    Weebly is perfect for blogs, and so are dozens and dozens of other free blog services out there too. Basically, any established free blog service that has some authority and provides an RSS feed for user's blogs is usable.

    The key is to social bookmark your individual post pages on them (not the main page of your blog, just the posting pages) and then hit PingOMatic or Pingoat or some other pinging service with your RSS feed each time you post.

    I get Weebly posts on the first page of Google all the time within hours, same for Wordpress.com posts and posts at other free blogs too, just following what I said above. Bookmark the new post and ping the RSS feed.

    Those high rankings won't last without also building backlinks and adding fresh content often, but again its all about what your plans are regarding long or short term hits on the niche.

    The point is there are a ton of free blog services out there and most of them are good to use. Mix them in with your own hosted blogs and you can build strong networks of any size you want for your niche fast.

    EDIT TO ADD: LOL, I just remembered that Weebly doesn't offer RSS feeds with blogs anymore. But, they have a neat feature for importing RSS feeds from other sites into your posts, and that's one of the key reasons I like that one. I just build my own RSS from posts with Weebly blogs now to ping out. Sorry if I was misleading above.
     
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  8. dirtysecret

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    When you do your bookmarking, are you taking any precautions to hide your identity and/or masquerade as a bunch of different people (through different accounts, IP addresses, cookie deletions, etc)?

    Or are you just using the same accounts over and over (1 account per bookmarking site - no attempt to hide)?

    Gonna show my noobness here, but is the feed url the same all of the time? Is it always mydomain.com/feed/ ? Or when I make a new post is there a more specific feed URL?

    I get Weebly posts on the first page of Google all the time within hours, same for Wordpress.com posts and posts at other free blogs too, just following what I said above. Bookmark the new post and ping the RSS feed.

    Those high rankings won't last without also building backlinks and adding fresh content often, but again its all about what your plans are regarding long or short term hits on the niche.

    The point is there are a ton of free blog services out there and most of them are good to use. Mix them in with your own hosted blogs and you can build strong networks of any size you want for your niche fast.

    EDIT TO ADD: LOL, I just remembered that Weebly doesn't offer RSS feeds with blogs anymore. But, they have a neat feature for importing RSS feeds from other sites into your posts, and that's one of the key reasons I like that one. I just build my own RSS from posts with Weebly blogs now to ping out. Sorry if I was misleading above.[/QUOTE]
     
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    dirtyc, use numerous bookmarking accounts at the various services. Never leave all your eggs in one basket. Plus, each social bookmarking site account you create will have its own RSS feed that you can also ping out to the world too. That creates links to your bookmarking account, which has links (your bookmarks) to your web site pages. Kind of an instant funnel effect, and it seems to cause SE's to pick up your new bookmarks even faster.

    Just be smart about switching IP's frequently and clearing cookies, there's no big trick to it other than that.

    The RSS feed URL will always be the same on your blogs. The content of the feed updates when you post something new, but the URL of the feed remains the same.
     
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  10. nossie

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    A different IP is a different IP, google's spiders wont give a penalty for using the same Router.

    Traffic is routed through alot of the same routers day by day, its impossible to detect to which box traffic is routed because u are using NAT to redirect traffic to a box behind a router.