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Cheap/Effective Method To Host Multiple Sites With Each on a Unique IP

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by teeniegenie, Feb 9, 2011.

  1. teeniegenie

    teeniegenie Supreme Member

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    To this point in my "SEO career" I have been using one of the usual suspects for my web hosting (i.e., Host Gator, among others). Of course, each site I have on my HG account is tied to the same IP address in the eyes of Google and the same goes for the other sites I have on another hosting account. I am looking for a way to host several different sites (more than 100) so that each has a unique IP address but I am not paying a ton of money each month.

    Any thoughts on what options I have that won't break the bank? I'm sure this is a pretty basic question to most of you but I'm still learning when it comes to hosting/servers. Thanks.
     
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    buy vps and then buy more ips

    that will cost you $1 per ip or cheap
     
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    HG vps Ips are $1 as dxseo says, seems you can only buy up to 16 though.
    if they are small sites you might be able to buy domains with free hosting attached and create a new acc for each maybe? an idea don't know that its a good one so don't hold me to it.

    might i ask while we're on the subject why people want their websites on different IPs?
     
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    There is some evidence that Google gives a little bump to sites hosted on a unique IP. It's taken as a mark of quality, rather than being mixed in with the rabble on a shared IP. They mention it in one of their patents.

    If you shop around there are tons of places that will give you IPs for 50c-$1 although since we're running out of IPv4 IPs we'll have to see how long this continues.
     
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    I want the sites on different IPs to not let Google see that they are all connected to the same owner. The sites need to look "natural" as if they are owned by 100 different businesses...:)
     
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    If you are intending to cross link your domains you're better off doing it spread over multiple hosts and multiple class Cs. Sequential IPs and the same nameservers are a dead giveaway. I hope you have your whois info in order.
     
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    You raise a good point about the Class C IPs. I assume a VPS will have the same Class C, right? So what then??

    I do have the WhoIs taken care of (that would totally ruin my plan if I screwed that up)

    Thanks for all of the replies.
     
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    It all depends on the hosting provider and what they can offer. Some have multiple class Cs and some only have one or even only part of one. It depends on what they've managed to wrangle out of ARIN.

    Some hosts will work with you to spread your IPs out over the class Cs they have available and some will tell you to be happy with whatever they give you. It pays to discuss it with them before you sign up. In any case, unless you have anonymous nameservers set up for your domain then you will have the same nameservers for all your domains.

    That's why it can be easier to set up multiple virtual accounts at different hosts. If your sites aren't bandwidth or resource intensive (ie. high quality SE traffic vs low quality video traffic) then you don't need a whole VPS - a $5-10 virtual account will do, and you can spend the rest of your budget on IPs.
     
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    Thanks for the reply. Anyone have any specific companies they can recommend/warn me on for this kind of thing?
     
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    I would like to see some recommendations too, I have been on the prowl for a good multiple class C hoster but have yet to find one that I like all around. The ones who advertise specifically for it seem to be too expensive (for what I want to do with them)
     
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    i see. interesting. guess this wouldn't apply er matter if i intend to use the same adsense account on all the sites though hahah
     
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    Apologies, but I have to bump this!

    I have been looking for an SEO host and it seems like a minefield.

    Almost every company I start to like then has a "warning, massive downtime, stay away!" or "danger, no support!" review somewhere.

    I only need about 20-30 Class C Ips.

    These guys offer 10 dedicated class C IPs with separate nameservers for $47/month:

    http://www.aseohosting.com/seo-hosting.html

    Has anybody here used them?
     
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    As far as I know, getting $10 per year hosting from small hosting companies would be better. Because,

    -> Different class c ips

    -> they have different nameservers and dns (thanks to autumn for bringing that up)

    -> They are lot cheaper that seo hosting.

    But the problem is you have to manage all different hosting accounts. Different billings, ftp details..