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Different Wordpress Blogs from the same account

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by Maybemad, Apr 19, 2015.

  1. Maybemad

    Maybemad Newbie

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    Hello guys, currently I'm going to build links with wordpress blogs.
    Wordpress provides a comfortable function to create more and more blogs with the same account.
    Now I'm asking me wether it's a problem if all of these blogs are from the same owner?
    Is google able to know about that?

    Thanks a lot.
     
  2. digitalmarketer

    digitalmarketer Registered Member

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    Interested in the dame topic. Please let me know when you find the answer. Thanks.
     
  3. Moobs

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    If nothing has changed in the last 5 years Google is able to tell by the IP of the server that the website is hosted on. So if you have links on two different websites hosted on separate servers it would carry more juice than links on two different sites hosted on the same server. I don't know for certain, but the latter could potentially have a negative impact.
     
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  4. coitza

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    Correct me if I'm wrong op, but I think he was referring to wordpress blogs created on the wordpress site, am I right? In which case, not sure what to say, if you don't leave a visible link to the author of the blog on the blogs themselves or any other footprint they might not find out. Though you might want to split test this, do 50% of the blogs on the same user and 50% each on different users just to be sure.
     
  5. Moobs

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    Oh in that case I don't think it would be any different than having links on a single blog if it's all under the same domain. At that point I really think it comes down to Google's value of the host domain.
     
  6. auxiliarus

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    Making more word-presses under the same domain will give the same effect as making more articles on the same wordpress site. So what you're doing is pretty useless for SEO, try to use other sites than wordpress. Also you can get do-follow links from other blogs in the niche and even trade. Some forums maybe.
     
  7. SombodyLoLz

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    I don't really know how wordpress.com works, but if having the same IP is the problem, then I'd imagine that you can Cloudflare one site up and that would do the trick.
     
  8. auxiliarus

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    Google Bots probably filter Cloudflare? Also if that did work, wouldn't it be duplication of content?