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Different NS and rDNS for websites hosted on I.Ps from different C Classes

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Bograt, Mar 22, 2009.

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  1. Bograt

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    Hi I want to put together a blog farm and have been told for it to be successful I have to find a host that offers different NS and rDNS for websites hosted on I.Ps from different C Classes? Can anyone recommend a good hosting service that could do this?


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  2. Bograt

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    Guys is my question just stupid or am I in the wrong forum - any help appreaciated
     
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    I vaguely remember a thread about at least 3 hosts that provide differetn c classes.

    Unfortunately I wouldn't know how to find it if not by a search.

    I guess that you can do it yourself now that you know that there is a thread.

    I'm sorry I can't help any further, but if I suddenly remember, I'll let you know.
     
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    Found it:

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/web-hosting/63682-bulk-class-c-ip-providing-hosts.html
     
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    Try these 3 hosting companies as they claim to offer different NS and rDNS:
    SEOhosting.com, which is a Hostgatoe owned company
    SEO-Host.com, cheap
    GotWebHost.com, expensive

    When you create a blogfarm, make sure to mix hosting companies.
     
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  6. Bograt

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    Cheers guys and thanks going to sign up with one of them today and get rolling. Not going to rush think it will take me a month befor I see any results - my agenda looks like this if anyone thinks I have missed anything or have any other recommendations then please shout:

    1. setup wordpress farm using automated tools - must admit so many to chose from, but got a good idea.

    2. Set up correct linking structure - plenty of info out there on this so should be Ok.

    3. Install a auto-poster been told that Smart Auto Blogger will do the job - but will look around and research others.

    4. Configure auto-poster with blog info

    5. Add content to auto-poster

    6. Post content and try to get well known sites links to the blogs - wait for them to be indexed before posting my site URLs.

    7. Add urls to the sites

    8. continue posts

    9 add additional blogs under each domain

    Should keep busy again thanks on the hosting info
     
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    Can you elaborate on the linking structure? Also what automated tools are you considering?

    I would suggest you use indianets.com they are a cheap multiple c-class provider!
     
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    Re linking:the farm will have 6 main domains, 5 of the domains will have subdomains. Each of the domains only links to one of its neighbors and only receives one link. The subdomains link to a main domain but not to each other. The links themselves are simply sidebar links i.e in wordpress called blogroll links. On the software side been looking at RSS2Blog, SEOBlogbuilder, Blog solution - the list is getting bigger so if any one can make a suggestion it will help. At the moment having a bit of delay as I am moving domains to seo hosting and its taking longer than I expected - catch you later cheers
     
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    do you put adbrite ads on your subdomains for some extra cash?
     
  10. Bograt

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    This is my first farm and I wasn't aiming to put adds on the farm only on the money sites . Having said that its something to think about, and maybe put some affliliarte links up. Still building the main domains want each one to be unique just in case I want to use them in another project..............boy this is taking up some time!