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Do I need different class-c IP's for my 3 fake review sites pointing to my MS?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ThopHayt, Jul 2, 2012.

  1. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I'm building and 3 fake review sites and fake blog sites that I'm pumping with authority in order to point them to my money site.

    Do I need all 3 of these to have their own IP's? How far do I have to go to prevent G from catching on???
     
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    ...................?
     
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    Yes. I mean, maybe.

    It's hard to tell with Google what they will do. I had two similar sites on one IP and one ranked the other didn't. I changed IP's for one of them and they both ranked.

    If you are asking whether it will hurt your money sites authority, the answer is probably. If the 3 review sites are on different IPs you will also get a much bigger boost in link juice sent to the MS.

    Sorry I couldn't be more concrete.
     
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    I do this for review styled sites... Get a bunch of shared hosting accounts..$3-5 per month accounts, and host 1 site per niche, maybe 10 of then on each account. Since each review site is pointing to a different Moneysite/client site, google is happy, and I don't need to get hosting on cheap C class IP's, which are unstable.
     
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  5. ThopHayt

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    Thanks for the advice man. That's what I figured. Only problem is that I wanna put it on my main server for (money reasons), but my host will only sell me one (maybe two if I bitch) IP's. But if each being on it's own IP will really boost it THAT much I think I'd better just use different IP's for each. Though for the record I think these IP's are better than class C now that I look at the details.

    It's cool to have them all on the samer server though with different IP's, right... I don't see how G could possiblly know that lol.
     
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    You can either buy 3 cheap hosting accounts hosted on different IP or you can use CloudFlare.
     
  7. ThopHayt

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    Cloudflare just looks like an optimization suite... how would that be helpful to IPs?