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Google Going Crazy or Something

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Knoxgates, Aug 26, 2011.

  1. Knoxgates

    Knoxgates Supreme Member

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    They want to improve their search results but look at this image

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    People even without a website are ranking for competative keywords. Whenever i get time i do keyword research and i can see more and more results like these in the search results.
     
  2. DamageX

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    That IS a website, genius. It just doesn't show up as a domain name but as an IP number.
     
  3. ronywilliam

    ronywilliam Senior Member

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    ummmmm.... i put in "http://182.50.153.133/" in the browser.. it opened a website..

    I clicked somewhere else:
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    http://www.cheapwebstore.com/cheap-Discount-designer-handbags_c1.html?zenid=746o1mr7pelsll357sctunj9e3
    I think the guy is building links to his IP... that ways no Spam filters would block him... (I THINK)

    If so this is fucking genius.
     
  4. EvilPlankton

    EvilPlankton Junior Member

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    As long as his IP never changes...
     
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  5. Blazy

    Blazy Registered Member

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    Okay.. Does this WORK!?
     
  6. SuperLinks

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    Very true....

    Maybe he's cloaking his URL and masking it to the IP for Google?

    Not sure why but maybe there's something to that..
     
  7. Fr33d0m

    Fr33d0m Newbie

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    My friend, Google has always been crazy. You just have to live with it :3
     
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  8. billbobi

    billbobi Regular Member

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    Lol, well that is genius if that works. Tbh i see that ip shit ranking on google everywhere too.
     
  9. ibmethatswhoib

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    errr....I'm confused on this. How did he get to the top and how come when I check his backlinks there is none. Dumb question I'm sure, just don't know what's going on with this. Hes #5 for cheap designer bags for less but it gets no searches so that's probably why.
     
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  10. SuperLinks

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    Do you have any other examples?

    I have a feeling that there's something to this. Potentially using cloaks and sneaky redirects to burn through "IPs" once one gets banned.
     
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    transam7410 Power Member

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    I have never seen a ip address in google serps. weird i must say
     
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    christoss1959 Senior Member

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    It looks more like a Google bug than a trick. There is no obvious benefit from using your ip when your url has the keyword!
     
  13. SuperLinks

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    Actually that's not true, I can think of several ways that you could benefit from using strictly an IP address and potentially do BH activities and KEEP your rankings/site if you've been affected by a "ban"
     
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    You may have also noticed someone's ranking <designerhandbags.org> an old school content-less MFA on page 2 for the ultra competitive keyword designer handbags :) If he bought MrE's blog backlinks I bet he could jump to page 1 for a bit.
     
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  15. MyWayOr

    MyWayOr Registered Member

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    I think that it's just the effect of site copy. It's known that if you copy the entire site, then Google thinks that this site has moved to a new domain or something and gives a similar ranking power to the new domain...

    So somebody just made a copy of cheapwebstore-c0m to his own computer and maybe even has a way to monetizing it temporary...
     
  16. gorang

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    Google "turned down" the power of keyword domains in an attempt to get brands ranking closer. That's why you're seeing IP domains.
     
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    Well said Mate.
     
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    Your site IP will never change unless you change hosting or change the IP on the hosting. Every website out there has a dedicated IP. This is strange though. Never seen this. What I am suspecting is that this guy is backlinking using the IP of the domain. I see the logic, just don't see the benefit just yet.
     
  20. xdream

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    never seen that either..