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Class C IPs - Shared or dedicated?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by brazilian, Dec 25, 2008.

  1. brazilian

    brazilian Junior Member

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    Please, I'm building autoblogs on shared hosting plan (reseller account from hostgator). I'm not linking the blogs each one, I'm focus on quantity ($1 per day is good). Seohosting is expensive: 5C Classes cost $35/month:eek:
    Class C is really important in my case???
     
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  2. wannabe

    wannabe Registered Member

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    I think that it depends ... how many auto-blogs?
     
  3. hennessy

    hennessy Registered Member

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    If you're building more than 20 autoblogs I would suggest getting the 5C Class IPs, at the least. I wouldn't put more than 5 blogs on one IP.
     
  4. venn

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    how many blog are recommended per ip? does it really necessary to hv different ip even if we dont linking them to eachother?
     
  5. daffy

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    Yeah me too can I now own 36 auto blogs on one same IP does it have any effect??
     
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  7. daffy

    daffy Regular Member

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    That was hell lot of info I appreciate that..
     
  8. billyjean65

    billyjean65 Junior Member

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    Yeah i heard there is a certain amount of blogs per ip before it may be penalized...
     
  9. husker999

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    that a nice list of info... I do think share ip is okie...but it will definitely cause a red flag if all your interlinks are from the same ip.
     
  10. brazilian

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    Anyone have experience with a reseller hosting account? If I "create" severals hosting packages like "customers" it can be a red flag? Every shared package use the same ip....
     
  11. brazilian

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    severals per day. around 10/per day....
     
  12. kandor

    kandor Regular Member

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    The different Class C matters if the blogs are about the same niche.
    and if your interlinking them.

    If you don't interlink them nor do you run more than 1 niche / ip you should be totally alright.

    Kandor

     
  13. brazilian

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    Thanks buddy, nice info! My intention is build severals blogs in different niches using a reseller hosting. My first goal is quantity. If I achieve $1/day, I will be happy:)
    Otherwise, If I will not make money, will try a second approach:

    1) sell these blogs at Digital point;
    2) invest money outsource good articles and web 2.0 traffic;
    3) invest time to build backlinks;
     
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  14. lostkitten

    lostkitten Regular Member

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    Did I get this right?

    -You can lump all 1,000 of them under one webhost's reseller shared account.
    -For example 25,000mb space, 25gb bandwidth to start and just move up as needed.
    -Just don't interlink them. Vary the site design, ad placement, etc.
    -There's no need for dedicated servers with multiple IPs.
    -There's no need to use seo host accounts with multiple c-classes.

    (I don't like to do a regular non-reseller hosting and divide a thousand sites per 10 urls as subs. I prefer 1,000 unique blogs.)
     
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  15. kandor

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    Multiple C classes are for giving link juice to a site, then they need to be from different IPs to give link juice as well as not connect all sites to you.

    Also if your building say many blogs or cloaked pages for 1 niche then it is not good to have them on the same IP either.

    I mean it can easily happen that another person on the same shared host is targeting the same niche, but if someone from google would check the pages out, they would see that the pages looks different and are sending their traffic to different pages or at least with different affiliate accounts or something that makes google decide that both pages are not from 1 person.

    Kandor
     
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  16. lostkitten

    lostkitten Regular Member

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    But if I'm NOT going to interlink them...
    and if I'm NOT going to have many blogs for ONE niche

    can I then lump them all to just one reseller hosting shared account (1 IP)?
     
  17. kandor

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    I would say yes as long as they all don't look the same.

    Kandor

     
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  20. kandor

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    There is hostgator shared hostings, they have sometime up to 1000 websites on 1 server and IP

    So it can't be a problem to run 100 blogs or even 1000, as long as all of them don't connect to you.

    F.ex. if you target the same niche then target 2 different affiliate networks so that both are not sending their visitors to the same affiliate sales page.

    Don't run adsense on them so that google can connect them all together.

    Thats it.

    You need more IPs if you want to interlink the domains, or if you want to send the traffic to exact same place from more sites than 1.

    Kandor