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Class-C ip ? Is it necessary ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Hell389, Jun 27, 2009.

  1. Hell389


    Jun 18, 2009
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    Hello, I'm trying to make a blog network and I have a question.

    Do I really need to put domain on different class-c ip ? If this does affect, then how link from aaa.blogspot.com to bbb.blogspot.com help then ?

    If I have a squidoo page, and I get 100 backlinks from squidoo pages.Wouldn't this be backlink from same class-c ip ? Infact, same ip and domain.I have seen many squidoo pages that ranks well and get pr just from getting backlinks from other squidoo lenses.

    Here is the question ?

    Is class-c ip seo a myth ?

    What do you think ?

  2. MichiganManiac

    MichiganManiac Regular Member

    Feb 2, 2009
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    I don't think it's a myth. The algorithm might be able to account for "authority" sites though. Thus 500 links from various blogger blogs pass PR nomally, while 500 links from 100 different sites setup on the same class-c IP shared hosting account end up getting diminishing amounts of link juice as more and more are added.

    Can't imagine that would be too hard for the poeple that write the SERP software to do.

    The solution to this if you want to use a lot of free blogs is to use a bunch of different ones. Don't get hungup on Blogger in any way.

    Visit SEOZombie.com and get Jason's Free Blog Farm ebook. In it he has a list of like 200 Blogger-style sites that you can take advantage of.
  3. Hypebeast

    Hypebeast Registered Member

    May 6, 2009
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    Yea i want to know a similar type thing If you with hostgator lets say, how do you go about making sure ur getting different class c ips for each domain for each blog hosted or whatever, in regards to autoblogs that is.