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Can't see my sites using Local Ip, Why not?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by DivineSEO, Jun 28, 2013.

  1. DivineSEO

    DivineSEO Regular Member

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    Hey all so I need some expert input. Why is it that I can monitor my sites rankings using serpbook, or using a proxy, based in the same state mind you, but when I goog.le using local ip, meaning my home connection, i see nothing. What causes this, and what can i do to show up locally (if anything).

    Problem: Serpbook gives me #11 ranking of kw, Client asks hows he doing for that kw, I tell him hey we're almost on the first page, He checks can't see it, I go over can't see it, come home can't see it, change proxies..voila' there it is. How can I show results?


    Thanks, all input is appreciated.
     
  2. DivineSEO

    DivineSEO Regular Member

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    no answers?
     
  3. davids355

    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Strange. What location are you?
    also is it google local listings?
     
  4. shamim96

    shamim96 Newbie

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    Where you from? See the instruction again.
     
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    VIC SEO Elite Member

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    If this is on a home network your ISP may be blocking particular port traffic. If you are using host headers, make sure you have a DNS entry pointing your URL to your IP.
    If you don't have that you can test by adding a line to your hosts file pointing your URL to your IP.
    To test if you have connectivity try to telnet to port 80 from a machine outside your network. If it doesn't connect then your ISP is probably blocking port 80.
     
  6. DivineSEO

    DivineSEO Regular Member

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    I am in los angeles, and no not google places. Just the site.. And to isynergy media, thanks for the input, but I have no idea what any of that means> it looks like I might need a translator. :cool:
     
  7. DivineSEO

    DivineSEO Regular Member

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    Well, I guess I have to search somewhere else for answers. BHW is still my go to place though. Thanks all
     
  8. saxgod

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    Do you have google analytics on that site and are you logged in to your google account while using the proxy ?
    If so, google will recognize that it is your site and put it at the very top of the search results.
    Once you change ip's maybe you are no longer logged in and see the "real" ranking.
     
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    This sounds trivial, but do you often clean your cookies?