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How many different hosts are recommended?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by chpkorean, Feb 27, 2011.

  1. chpkorean

    chpkorean Newbie

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    Hello,

    I am a complete newb at this link building/seo thing, so excuse my ignorance.

    Question:
    I am interested in creating 10-20 websites with unique and autoblog content. I know that search engines take into consideration the IP addresses that each website is on.

    How many websites is acceptable to host on one shared hosting account, before the SE's start to discount them? I am sure there is not an exact number, but perhaps anyone that has done link wheels and website networks may have a rough estimate as to what has worked for them.

    Is it recommended to get a new host for each separate website?

    Thanks
     
  2. chpkorean

    chpkorean Newbie

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    Anyone?? Even a pity response ;-)
     
  3. audioguy

    audioguy Power Member

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    I don't think there's anyone can answer this for sure. You'll never know and you don't have control over it. I mean, you shared host may choose to host you plus a thousand others, or just over a hundred other accounts, each of those accounts may host 1, 2, 5, 10 or 50 sites.

    So the number varies by a huge range, I think.
     
  4. Gene78

    Gene78 Newbie

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    i think 10 would be fine already.
     
  5. dragondani

    dragondani Junior Member

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    Well you can add all them in the same hosting, but them make links form one site to another it's a not very valuable strategy.

    If you want to get the maximun power of your links, each of them must be in a different IP...but that is too expensive and I don't know it's worth it.
     
  6. XIIII

    XIIII Registered Member

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    Different hosts won't help you. When you're using Shared Hosting, especially GoDaddy and cloud hosting server, an IP is shared among at least 2000 websites.

    If you really concerns about 'same owner', use private domain and buy dedicated IP for each of your domain in the account.

    If you're using any of Google scripts e.g. adsense, webmaster etc....Just ignore all the concerns and start putting more 'valuable' content.
     
  7. britestar

    britestar Newbie

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    Most of my sites are 'private domain registered.' However, I would strongly caution you against auto blogs. I have had several and they were on 1 page of Google. However, after the changes; only my sites with original content remained and my few auto blog sites where de-indexed.

    I am re-building these site with new themes and fresh content and see what happens.

    Hope this helps.
     
  8. cosanostra

    cosanostra Junior Member

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    thanks for the info
     
  9. mikey9991

    mikey9991 Regular Member

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    Ix web hosting

    Check it out. AFAIN, I have different ip address for each website.

    Mike
     
  10. k4sper

    k4sper Registered Member

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    Same here. I have every single website on dedicated ip. Obviously it is best. However I don't see the point why couldn't You host like 3 websites on one ip. It's up to You.

    Cheers.
     
  11. dannyhw

    dannyhw Senior Member

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    The only difference it makes is that if you have, say, 100 sites and want to put a link from each of them to a new site, the links will carry a whole lot less weight than if they were each on their own IP. If you have them all on a different IP you can 3 way link between them too if you want.
     
  12. mas_koes

    mas_koes Newbie

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    I think more than 5 is not bad