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C class ip,s a Myth or real thing???

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by toph421, Aug 15, 2008.

  1. toph421

    toph421 Newbie

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    Hello i have been generating lot of traffic from bum marketing and videos and a lil SE traffic on my websites,I am goin to start a 5 content based websites to rank well in serps i readed much about class ips from seohosting and seo-host etc

    Please advice me that is this good to start website with different c class ips???

    My budget is no matter but i have to rank well in serps

    Thanks
     
  2. bhnoobz

    bhnoobz BANNED BANNED

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    it doesn't matter.
     
  3. battman323

    battman323 Regular Member

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    How do you know? Have you tested it?
     
  4. Whisker

    Whisker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    For what you are describing c blocks have no benefit to what you are attempting to accomplish. The potential of class c ips is in the ability to link all of your sites to each other and have those links actually carry weight. If you were to link blah1.com to blah2.com on the same c class ip(shared hosting for example) that link would be little to no significance in terms of optimization. In a nutshell, link farming is possible through different classes.

    Class c ips are also beneficial in differentiating domains from one another to minimize se banning in mass.
     
  5. smaka

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    and dontĀ“forget to use diffrent whois declaration ;)
     
  6. Whisker

    Whisker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    Good point smaka. To my knowledge se's can forbid domains in their index from the same who.is information, finite ip range, and specific nameservers who have violated their terms. It's easy enough to solve this though. :rolleyes:
     
  7. smaka

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    yes everythink is easy if you know how to do it :) especially goole is fighting against link networks and google is also registrar, so its easy to check the whois information including the whois history...
    if you like to run a linknetwork ther are al lot of litle premises to follow... there are so many stupid peanuts to leave a footprint and be detected... per example if you start with 20 domains for a niche:

    -dont use the same tempate and system
    -dont use the same contact information
    -use diffrend url/link architecture
    -dont link the domains one below the other
    -use diffrend incoming links dont use the same resources every domain needs unique backlinks
    -dont use the same pictures, names and alt tags
    -dont use the google services like adsense, analytics and so on
    -use diffrent metatags author, copyright, publisher
    -vary title, description and keys on each domain
    -every domain must look like a unique projekt
    -dont use the same provider even though he gif you diffrend ip and nameserver
    -rewrite/mask your affiliate links with php and dissalow them in the robots.txt
    -use diffrend names for css classes ans stylsheeds

    there are definitely more points to account but with my nyc taxi driver english it is not so easy to explain :)
     
  8. Whisker

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  9. Niche

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    It is very important especially if you want to link your sites to each other
    I think hosting with different hosting companies will solve this problem easily
    With regards to Who is, just do a private regitration, at least I think that's what it's called. A proxy is entered in who is instead of you
     
  10. smaka

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    thx i have read it if i understand right he explain to push up a primary projekt..it can be true that it works in a smal circle but if you overplay you get banned... i think you also dont need the seo hosts if finaly you put the same adsense code on the sites... for what? to earn 20 stupid adsens dollars and tell google hello here i am ;)...so put the blogs directly on one webspace with the same ip and save your time and money...if you wish a cheesy solution for a hand full blogs go and find free blogservices and run it there.. you will get also diffrent ip/C Class and you have a similar effect... i think if somebody want do it effective he must eliminate every footprint... it takes more work and time but it keeps running for a live :) maybe im to paranoid
     
  11. newmanhia

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    Why not use a legitimate method like Article Marketing via a spinning service like UAW? It works a lot better and google won't hate on you for it.
     
  12. scriptkiddy

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    Hey that's interesting, Iv'e used the API before but not noticed the filter.

    To quote: Host Crowding = If multiple results come from the same Web host, then only the first two are returned.

    But it doesn't say anything about links between ip's

    If it does imply that links within a 'Web host' are discounted, then multiple class C's from the same hosting company could be useless unless they have different domains names in their 'hostname' for each IP. For example GD hostnames are alll xxxx.xxx.xxx.secureserver.net. So it could mean that if you host wih GD, a link from any other site hosted with GD would be discounted? Seems unlikely?