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Diffrent C Class IP's but same adsense account?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ningning, Aug 24, 2010.

  1. ningning

    ningning Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I am thinking about building a network of small sites on different C Class IP's.

    But what will happen if I put adsense on these pages from the same account. Will Google then ignore the different C Class IP's?

    Thanks.
     
  2. toyo

    toyo BANNED BANNED

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    I think they will ignore it unless you're such a pain and they did a manual review.

    Adsense sites tend to rank better on Google for obvious reasons in the long term.
     
  3. jb2008

    jb2008 Senior Member

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    Have you thought about getting a new adsense account for those sites which are on different c class IPs? That way, it's less likely you will lose your entire adsense income if they decide to ban one of the accounts.

    Get a new name (set up a corporation), a new address that hasn't been used for adsense before, always log in with different IP address, clear your cookies + flash cookies. Make sure your websites on your new adsense account are on different C class IPs and also have different templates and content from those on the first adsense account.
     
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  4. bizhobby

    bizhobby Newbie

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    The best you can do is get a Windows VPS hosting and login using remote desktop.
    There will never be a way to link the two accounts.

    That is if you decide to do multiple accts,... I haven't done it but I do use VPS servers so that they are 24/7 on cranking work for me.
    (no need to keep my machine running at home)