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Hosting Private Blog Network same server different IPs

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by myk33, Apr 7, 2014.

  1. myk33

    myk33 Junior Member

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    Hi there,

    I am going down the route of starting the creation of my own private blog network. I have won a few great domain names via auction and i am waiting for them to become available in my account.

    I am going to host my blog sites on VPS servers (various providers and countries) in the future. But for my first site I want to use my physical server i have in a rack in a rack space (used for other things but the server has the resources there to host some websites).

    have already setup a linux VM running Apache and have installed WP ready to simply point one of my domains to and start building the blog site and adding content. I would ideally like to take advantage of this to make my moneys worth of the monthly rack space rent cost and host maybe 3 or 4 sites on this box. The colo provider can give me more unique class C IP addresses which i can then assign to each individual blog site.

    My concern is that if you do a trace route the second from last hop for each of these IP addresses will be the same and thus leave a foot print. Also this is the case with SEO hosting providers which some people rave on about and others not.

    can anyone shed any light on the setup above and how it has worked out with your blog network having unique IP address but all with the same next hop on the outbound be it VPS, SEO hosting dedicated server etc etc...

    In an ideal world i could have several blog sites on 1 VPS each with unique class C IP addresses which would keep hosting costs down but worried if google is clever enough to check the trace route and if it will de-value the link thus making it worthless.

    cheers,

    mike
     
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    cash202 Elite Member Premium Member

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    Don't. Just don't.

    Been there, done that.

    PBN was weak and portion of it got eventually deindexed.

    Now I only build it the rigtht way. Using multiple cheap shared hosting accounts.
     
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    I agree with the others, don't do it. Have done this before and it just don't work.
     
  5. myk33

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    Thanks for the replies... what about a VPS for each domain i assume this along with shared hosting is fine right just as long as we dont keep more than one site on any one host/vps?