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Building Blog Network - How to Handle DNS

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MTUser2010, Jun 13, 2013.

  1. MTUser2010

    MTUser2010 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I've started building a blog network for my own sites out of high PR expired domains. I've lined up a host that can provide me with a VPS and add on IPs in different C classes. I've read that it is beneficial, maybe essential, to have each domain on its own unique nameservers. How is that usually handled? I usually just run the DNS off the DNS server on the VPS, but in that case all domains are linked by the same nameserver.

    I could run dns off the registrar, but all my domains are at namecheap so that does not look like much a solution either. Any suggestions?
     
  2. masterjani

    masterjani Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Having a Unique nameserver is providing good security too. You might ask them for different nameserver too. Some host will give it to you after your request.
     
  3. Rakkimaru

    Rakkimaru Newbie

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    just my 2 cents, will using cloudflare help?
     
  4. DamageX

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    I use small shared accounts with lots of different hosts for this reason. Not every domain has its own unique nameserver, but having a few with the same one on a server with thousands of other domains is pretty safe.