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Differnece between C-Class and A , B Class Ips ?

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  1. Seo Lover

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    Hi members ,

    I want to start a project for my Private Blog Network ,

    I want to know whats the difference between C-Class Ip's and B and A Class Ip's .

    Also whats the benefit of using C-Class Ips .


    And any cheap sources to buy them .



    Thanks in advance
    -Kay Tee-
     
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    Class of IP qualifies a range of IPs. For exemple :

    XX.XX.XX.XX - YY.YY.YY.YY --> A Class IP
    XX.XX.XX.XX - XX.YY.YY.YY --> B Class IP
    XX.XX.XX.XX - XX.XX.YY.YY --> C Class IP
    XX.XX.XX.XX - XX.XX.XX.YY --> D Class IP

    D class IP are generally allocated from the same data center to the same hosting provider, so basically Google knows it and give less value to a backlink from D-Class IP

    C-Class IP belongs to a different range of IP so it looks like you have many links from different providers

    B class are even better

    and A class has an impact on the country the IP comes from so there are 2 ways to thinks :
    - Backlinks geo located to the website we try to promote has an impact, then it is better to get B-class IPs and keep the same country for all ips.
    - Backlinks geo located doesn't have an impact and in that case footprints are even less obvious.
     
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    What are these mate , how i know that a Ip alloted to me by hosting provider is C-class or anyother class ? And which is better ?
     
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    X is a fixed number and Y a different number from 2 IPs

    For exemple these 3 IPs are D-class

    31.52.30.100 --- 31.52.30.101 --- 31.52.30.13

    Those are C Class

    31.52.30.100 --- 31.52.31.250 --- 31.52.88.30 --- 31.52.18.30

    I would say from C-Class IP it has enough value to do what you need
     
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    Awesome mate , i got what i need , already repped you :)
     
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    This isn't why i helped you, but gratitude always appreciated ;).

    Best of luck for your network !
     
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    Here's another way of looking at it SEO Lover:

    An IP address consists of 4 segments AAA.BBB.CCC.xxx - the first segment is called A-class, the second segment B-class and the third segment C-class. So any IP under the last part will be in the same C-class.

    So for example:

    123.123.123.1 and 123.123.123.2 are in the same C-class
    123.123.123.1 and 123.123.124.1 are in two different C-classes

    Many smaller hosts only manage one single or very few C-classes and therefore makes it difficult to get multiple IPs in different C-classes if you host all your sites the same place. Larger hosts have many C-classes (I believe some even have almost full B-classes but unless you specifically request your various sites to be on different C-class IPs you still could end up on the same. It's usually not something hosts care about (in relation to SEO and linking)

    Enjoy ..... :cool2:


     
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