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Do I really need unique IPs for my sites?

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by 6000RWHP, Jan 14, 2011.

  1. 6000RWHP

    6000RWHP Regular Member

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    I understand that if you're interlinking your sites, you must have unique IPs.

    But what if I buy a nice high PR blog commenting list and I build 5 links on the same blog to 5 of my money sites, all hosted on the same account, sharing the same IP? Is there a Google penalty for that?
     
  2. kahamri

    kahamri Registered Member

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    No, but if one site gets sandboxed or deindexed all your sites would look bad. If you do try blackhat they can find all your sites. Affiliate networks can also see all your sites and if you start raking in the cash other people can do a reverse ip and see what all sites you have and might try to move in on your niche.
     
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  3. bizroot

    bizroot Supreme Member

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    Naa you don't need different IPs if you are concern just about effect of commenting... No blog owner will check IP of sites before approving your comments...
     
  4. m3ownz

    m3ownz Regular Member

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    Dont worry about it. If your not interlinking its really not a major concern at all. I know people say "If one gets banned they all will blah blah" but for the most part thats bull. For example hostgator shared accounts have hundreds of sites per IP, all totally unconnected.