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Class C & dedicated IP Question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bigfred, Jan 13, 2010.

  1. bigfred

    bigfred Power Member

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    I am going to set up 12 autoblog sites If I have a SEO host that gives me a seperate IP address and seperate C class host is that enough? I mean, will the big G look at the name servers or actual hosting company and figure out that its the same person with all the sites? Or am I being paranoid?
     
  2. Razorbl

    Razorbl Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    what do you want to do ? Interlink blogs? If yeas , seperate ips is OK . You even can build sites on the same ip , but just don't interlink them in any way
     
  3. bigfred

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    Hi mate. Yeah will be interlinking them and all will have the same keywords used and all will generate duplicate content thats been re-written via the autoblogs plugins I can get different Ip's and C Class hosting accounts from my current host provider. so the name servers etc will all be the same company. does google look at that and say "hey, these 12 autoblog sites are all at the same host company"? And then spank me?
     
  4. TheIM2010

    TheIM2010 Newbie

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    If you are interlinking them then make sure you get different IPs and Classes because Big G do see all this, and I learnt it the hard way before. If there is no linking between these websites then 1 IP will do.
     
  5. bigfred

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    what about using the same hosting provider? any problems?
     
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    Zakk- Junior Member

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    No, Google doesn't look at host, and anyway, if you plan on using seo-hosting, it uses Hostgator, which hosts millions of sites.
     
  7. bigfred

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    great thanks.
     
  8. bigfred

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    just asked my host company about what they can do for me, they have said this Each will have its own IP address Each will be on a different C Class Each will have its own IP for the nameservers Each will have its own unique nameserver name Hows that sound? Will I be safe?
     
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    You will be safe buddy, I do this method and it works.
     
  10. bigfred

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    Different rDNS? what is that?
     
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    You'll be safe with this, trust me. Just the seperate IPs alone is enough.
     
  12. savvypro

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    Ask your host what the subnet mask of each of the "Class C" IP addresses is.

    Most if not all so called SEO hosts don't know what a real "Class C" IP address is. As they stopped being given out over 10 years ago.
     
  13. Saberu

    Saberu Registered Member

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    Uh since when? I can get unique class C IP's all the time with my host.
     
  14. savvypro

    savvypro Regular Member

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    Do you mean an IP address in the following range:

    Code:
    192.0.0.0 to 223.255.255.255
    With a real subnet mask of:

    Code:
    255.255.255.0 (or 0xffffff00 in Hex form)
    that's pre

    Code:
    RFC 1338 (published: June 1992)
    
    RFC 1519 (published: September 1993)
    
    RFC 4632 (published: August 2006)
    If yes - then you have a host which has real Class C IP addresses - not that many around. Plus it's surprising as Class C IP addresses are wasteful if they don't use the whole range.