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Do I have to bother about Web 2.0 ip?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Reg Park, Jun 10, 2017.

  1. Reg Park

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    Hey guys, so I just created 5 web 2.0s to my money site and so all my site ip address will be from where I am.

    I just recalled briefly seeing somewhere that one should be mindful of making all web 2 ip address look different. Should I worry so much at all about this?
     
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    No need to worry about the IP when it comes to Google. However, you should be worried about your web 2.0s getting deleted, if all of them are on the same platform with same IP.
     
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    ^^ Exactly. Google isnt going to have any insight into what IP was used to create those web 2.0 accounts. As long as you create each account so its unique - unique name for the web 2.0, unique content, layout, pages etc. Thats fine from Googles point of view.

    The thing to take care about is if you start creating multiple properties from the same provider - For example if you create 10 blogs on webs.com then you would need to use different IP addresses whilst creating those, otherwise webs.com will probably ban you and close those 10 properties down.
     
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    Sweet! I created all my web 2.0s on different platforms. Anyways, might be a stupid question cause I suck at IT...but IP addresses will follow the platform's IP right? As in even if I create the web 2.0 and do stuff on it from my own country, IP still follows the platform?
     
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    Of course.
     
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    Dont mind if I ask another question but I just noticed that my site operates on http instead of https. I've already built some links to it. Should I be concerned and make the switch or just continue to build links to the http?
     
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    Build links to a live version. If the live version is https, build links to https and vice versa.