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How important is it to change host ip per site?

Discussion in 'Yahoo & MSN' started by lauraalles, Sep 1, 2015.

  1. lauraalles

    lauraalles Junior Member

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    Title. How important is it to change host ip when creating accounts? EXample; I have one VPS so I typically store all my sites on this one host ip. However, all new accounts are made with new domain, ip etc.
     
  2. toastchef

    toastchef Newbie

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    Not sure about it, been having trouble just like you getting the sites banned, but today just got one approved running in the same host as I always did (also doing the same as you, registering new domains, diff. ip, etc). There's some red flag triggering that I can't quite point out. I just registered here so I can't PM anyone but maybe we can talk over skype or something.
     
  3. Panther28

    Panther28 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    it doesn't make a difference when it comes to registerring the account. Your IP data to your domain register is kept private to them. It isn't available under a whois. What is trackable is your name, address and email address, and your hosting ip. If you decide to keep some of your money sites on the same ip thats fine. 10 should be the maximum per ip. Depending who your host is it should be easy enough to create another vps (that has new ip) and then put your next 10-20 domains on it.
     
  4. Ellie4294

    Ellie4294 Regular Member

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    If you are creating PBN then you should not but of other yes you can host many account in a single host.
     
  5. lauraalles

    lauraalles Junior Member

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    Yeah I'm referring to burning accounts / coupon method.. Making me really suspicious is all, everything just bans. Can't really think of anything else it could be. Something ill troubleshoot I suppose
     
  6. harizd

    harizd Regular Member

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    Its better not to leave any trace. If your accounts are already getting banned then that's probably the reason.
     
  7. lauraalles

    lauraalles Junior Member

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    Update given anyones following this thread:

    I made 5 accounts yesterday, 2 banned = 3 are live w/ impressions.

    So that must not be it.. Must have got lucky on this one.
     
  8. moveup

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    Host IP does matter, but it is just one of the several or more things that matter.
     
  9. clickwhale

    clickwhale Regular Member

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    Nowhere has the OP mentioned 'bing ads' in his query.
    So quit hijacking threads, run your own BST
     
  10. richardleb

    richardleb Power Member

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    I think you should leave no trace when coming to these things