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Hosting with many IP addresses

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by johny23szczecin, Nov 12, 2008.

  1. johny23szczecin

    johny23szczecin Registered Member

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    As stated in the previous post I'm creating some SEO backup currently and I need hosting that can provide many IP addresses for one server.

    I will be puting about about 500 domains so I need about 50 IP addresses. I would not like to pay more than 2-3$ / IP / month - can you recommend anything?
     
  2. simplybebop

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    ditto, I too am looking to move my stuff over to something like this.
     
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    see hosting 500 domains is not easy task try to purchase one dedicated server according ur requirements. and i recommend the planet.com they are best in my opinion and purchase additional ips from them each ip would cost you around
    $1-$2 per ip.

    Santhosh
    Santhoshthebest@gmail.com
     
  4. bpaw

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    Do you need the IP addresses to be in different class C networks?
     
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    simplybebop Regular Member

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    If me and him are looking for the same, I can answer and say yes
     
  6. seomanifest

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    look at seohosting.com, but i highly doubt you will find a price of $3 per IP from different class c networks.
     
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    alot of it is what, exactly, you intend to do with these fresh IPs. If you are doing any blackhat type method, you will likely get alot of grief from your provider. 50 IPs is alot and they usually want a reason as to why you need that many.

    If you are doing strictly whitehat, use a tier one hosting provider. The expense will be worth the cost and they won't nickle and dime you on ips.
     
  8. johny23szczecin

    johny23szczecin Registered Member

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    I'm starting to look for dedicated hosting services with IPs.
    I'm going to do whitehat but I'm going to have a CPU eating content monster on the server x 500 so I need a good server and a patient provider :)

    I will try to share my experiences on this subject as soon as I will have something interesting to say :)
    Thanks for the info guys.
     
  9. battman323

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    seohosting offers the best, but it won't come as cheaply as you're looking.

    Now you can use hostexcellence or ix web hosting since their business packages provide you with up to 16 unique IP addresses for about $150 a year
     
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    tell me what you want and i might be able to sort you out
     
  11. seomanifest

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    Hi Battman,

    Are these IP addresses from different class C networks?