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How Does Big G Feel About Multiple Blogs Under The Same IP?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by simplybebop, Nov 12, 2008.

  1. simplybebop

    simplybebop Regular Member

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    I have a series of blogs setup on yahoo, because of their easy blog manager, automatic upgrades etc etc. well anyway I have around 250 of them.

    Each one has its own subdomain, and a masked url.


    I have heard that multiple wordpress blogs under the same IP have a hard time with the big G, any truth to that?
     
  2. pinoyvid

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    I don't think so, I have lots of blogs and never had a problem
     
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    The only thing is that you get no benifit from linking them together being from the same C Class IP.
     
  4. scb335

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    This is purely speculation (who really knows G's workings outside of G employees?), but I have never seen a shred of evidence to support the rumor that interlinking sites across the same IP is any less beneficial than if the sites are on separate IP's.

    If there was a negative to linking pages on the same IP, why would the PR juice of your main page trickle down to your inner pages on any site? Aren't the pages of your site on the same IP? Aren't all the pages of your site owned by the same site owner?

    These are all the arguments I hear for G discounting interlinking on the same IP, yet none of them seem to make sense or actually happen to me and my sites.

    If I have a site with a main page PR of 5, and I create a brand new page on the site then link to it from my PR 5 main page, you can bet that new page will get a PR 3 or maybe even 4 very shortly.

    They're certainly both on the same IP, right? Yet there's no negative effect from linking them at all.

    I really think there's more weight given to relevancy between the 2 linked pages than anything else. And that does make sense, search engines want links to be relevant and natural.

    It also jives with why the main page juice would trickle down to inner pages on the same site, since the page content is very likely to be related and relevant between pages on the same site.

    Anyway, again it's just my speculation from what I've seen with my own sites.
     
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  5. funz

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    In my opinion it would be best to avoid multiple blogs under the same ip. As pointed out earlier nobody knows how big G works but I guess they would work things as logical as possible.

    Having multiple blogs interlink to one another consisting of 50% of all your links does not seems to be something that is logical for a normal site. A higher and more sophisticated architecture is require if you want to rank really well with big G around.

    That's my little say to this :)
     
  6. matapples01

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    We're all the mercy of fact vs. fiction with G00gle and SEO opinions. At the end of the day, don't let the worst case scenario keep you from doing something unless you know there will be immediate negative repercussions.

    I personally believe that G does (or will at some point) "penalize" me for having all my blogs interlinked under the same IP. With that being said, farming is a new venture for me and I'm not ready to drop the money on SEO type hosting with something that hasn't even matured to the point of helping me yet. When my farm starts making me money and can pay it's own rent for separate IP's, I'll do it then. For now, it's still in the developing statges so if it goes in the tank, nothing ventured nothing lost.

    Long story short, don't get into analysis paralysis over the separate IP thing to the point where you just keep putting your project off.
     
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    The big G might, or might not discount links from within the same class C, but they certainly do not count as negative, and unless they are fishy in some other way, almost certainly do carry positive weight. Is that positive weight as much as a link from another class C range? I don't know, and at this point I have no real way of proving one way or another.

    Having multiple blogs under the same IP will not hurt them, at all. Consider how many people have blogs at Bl0gger, or W0rdpress - thousands upon thousands of blogs, all under the same IP (range), but each with a different subdomain.

    The reason to have your blog housed elsewhere would be to use different software, better analytics, guarantee better bandwidth, host content that those providers might not allow, etc.
     
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    I've never had any problems with multiple blogs or other sites on the same IP address. That's shared hosting and they know it. I've had PR6 down to PR2 on same IP address with no problems and have many like that now.
     
  9. eastado

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    I had some 50 blogs under the same account and never had a problem. But these were made manually. It took me more then a month to make them.
     
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    I had some 50 blogs under the same account and never had a problem. But these were made manually. It took me more then a month to make them.
     
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    I had some 50 blogs under the same account and never had a problem. But these were made manually. It took me more then a month to make them.
     
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    I had some 50 blogs under the same account and never had a problem. But these were made manually. It took me more then a month to make them.
     
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    I had some 50 blogs under the same account and never had a problem. But these were made manually. It took me more then a month to make them.
     
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    I can see why and was the 5th the same as the 4th the same as the 3rd and so on :D
     
  15. freller

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    One way trickle down linking on the same IP is completely normal so no penalties at all.

    The reverse - multiple pages on multiple domains pointing to one page, all on the same IP - is not natural but still works at present. I've found it difficult to get much above a PR2 doing it though.
     
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    I don't think there is any problem coz they own lot of blogspot addresses in same IP
     
  17. blackhaze

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    Well..i can tell you that G HATES you :)

    I dont mind making many sites on subs when i sell clickbank products, it doesnt matter for links on blogs (eg Squidoo "Reviews"..or for PPC. But it would still be way better to have multiple IPs and get some interlinking going on.
     
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    Big G is never worried about multiple ownership...it worries only for BH type techniques...
     
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    Key word there being "own" :p

    really though, I dont think it's a big problem unless they figure out your farm's linking structure.
     
  20. armaan

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    Yeah man .. you are right.....

    Google says "we are best "