Changing my site IP will SERPS get effected?

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  1. msslife

    msslife Regular Member

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    Hi BHW.

    I am thinking to change my site IP since my country blocked the site from people (only my people country cannot see it) because some fucked up hater made a report about the page that i am ranking very well with it and they blocked it as a harm page. LOL this is what will happen when other competitors notice that you are ranking up so fucking fast they just wanna do anything to stop you :D

    So will changing my site IP will affect any SEO or SERP problems?

    Regards.

     
  2. origin

    origin Regular Member

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    I don't think so, only site performance will be affected.
     
  3. dvishnu

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    Yeah ofcourse :)

    Google doubts that as a new site :)

    Sign up with webmaster tools and report and it will be known to them :)
     
  4. EarlGrey

    EarlGrey Newbie

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    If you keep the ip in the same country it shouldnt be affected.
    If you change countrys it could change a lot for better or worse.
     
  5. Asterixpro

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    I will go with dvishnu's advice

    although if your site is already established you have nothing to lose, ip is only a a factor of TrustRank, just check the neighborhood where you are moving to. you might experience a small drop but will get it back in 1 - 3 months.

    I've done this many times and it always is the same case.