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Hostgator + multiple addon blogs, same niche

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by sqhunter, May 19, 2010.

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  1. sqhunter

    sqhunter Regular Member

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    Hey, if i put multiple blogs into a baby plan and they are all same niche, will this be a problem regarding google ignoring them or ranking them lower?

    I believe their IP would be all the same, maybe thats pretty bad.

    So then i have to use multiple hostings and put one blog here another there and so on ??

    cheers
     
  2. Rajthepositivelife

    Rajthepositivelife Elite Member Premium Member

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    No, I dont think so.

    If u r using hostgator, even if the IP is same, google will not rank them lower.
    Just imagine, there are 1000's of blogs on hostgator and a lot of them would have same IP's due to hosting provider being hostgator, so u dont actually need to worry.

    Also, If u want to be extra cautious, u can buy whoisguard protection from them , this hides your details from whois database.
    They charge 10 $ per domain name for whoisguard protection.
     
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  3. William C

    William C Registered Member

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    Just don't interlink them and you'll be fine.
    If you're interlinking them, either sign up on separate hosts for each domain or host them on different C Class IPs with the same host.
     
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  4. eric_martin

    eric_martin Newbie

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    namecheap has .info domains with whoisguard for 2.99... plus it's smart to register your domains separate from your host in case anything goes wrong with your host... you can just repoint the domain to a new host.
     
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  5. jts2005

    jts2005 Newbie

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    you will be fine since its a shared server anyways.
     
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