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Do backlinks from same the same IP really count?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Abstroose, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. Abstroose

    Abstroose Elite Member

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    This has been discussed before, but I really can't understand how backlinks from different domains, but the same IP address can be effective.

    If I was to create 100 autoblogs, on the same server, all with a backlink to my main site - would these links be effectively beneficial to my SERP?
     
  2. blackhatseb

    blackhatseb Newbie

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    Hey.

    No they don't matter. The first links will, the rest will be ignored. Especially if the sites are talking about similar topics or have the same site owner are easily seen by the Big G as a network. Best way is to build links from different C-Class IPs.

    On the other you will not turn down a few links from highly authoritative sites. If bbc, cnn, sky and the guardian be on the same IP I'd take all of them.

    What i suggest is max. a handful of links from the c-class IP sites but split them across the best sites.
     
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  3. Abstroose

    Abstroose Elite Member

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    Thanks for your input. Do you know how I could go about minimizing the chance of Big G identifying mutliple blogger blogs as being from the same owner? How can I make the links look as natural as possible?
     
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    Who knows what that big chocolate factory looks at. My guess is IP's, possibly whois, age, themed sites etc.
     
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    tahersaid Junior Member

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    google is hard to understand, we learn a new thing about it everyday and it never ends
     
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    The blogs you have in Blogger can have different IPs, but they can know they are from the same owner although they are in different Google accounts with your cookies.