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I have 21 different hosting accounts, all with different ip's. What should I do next?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seomonopolist, Apr 13, 2013.

  1. seomonopolist

    seomonopolist Registered Member

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    Okay, so here is my dilemma. Like the title says, I have 21 hosting accounts and they all have different ips. Most of them are completely different, but some of them have the same A block IP. No two B blocks are the same, however.

    So I was thinking. Should I host 21 websites on these 21 accounts, then link them all together in a huge linking pattern where no two reciprocate? The content would all be new and original, and each site would have 10-11 sites linking to it from the other 20 sites that all have similar content. The only downside is that what if Google catches on.

    Another idea is to add 21 websites and not link them together, but instead work on building traffic to each of them. This was there is no pattern, they are all just websites that link to mine.

    Suggestions, ideas, comments??
     
  2. twilightofidols

    twilightofidols Power Member

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    How do you go about acquiring 21 hosting plans and have no idea what you're doing with them? This is the real question.
     
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  3. Crewchief007

    Crewchief007 Power Member

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    Having/purchasing 21 hosting accounts and not knowing the reason why is like buying 21 tons of oatmeal cookie dough and then asking a baker forum, "What do I do with this 1 tons of oatmeal cookie dough?"

    Are you saying that you acquired these 21 hosting accounts without a strategic plan?
     
  4. seomonopolist

    seomonopolist Registered Member

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    Hey awesome analogy you got there Crewchief... I have several other projects hosted on them, but that is besides the point. I just am just asking for advise regarding this specific topic. Hopefully someone can chime in with an intelligent answer since it was a serious question.
     
  5. thedudelady

    thedudelady Registered Member

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    build a small private blog network and that way you have a way of linking to some of your sites and you have full control - i am doing the same and have 120 different ip's and domains
     
  6. seomonopolist

    seomonopolist Registered Member

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    That's what I am trying to figure out. I've tried that in the past but it seems that google de-ranked the blogs from high positions. All had original content and were set up like example 1. What are your recommendations?

    Another question. Say I have 42 websites, 2 for each hosting account. Can I run two sets on my blog network of 21 if they are within the same genera, or would this cause Google to become saavy to my intentions?
     
  7. aspiringwebguru

    aspiringwebguru Newbie

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    Ther reason they were devalued is because some identifable info was caught by google. And you CANNOT link them together. You can do this in a "link chain" with backlinks, but you have to keep each blog seperate. Heres what you need to do:
    1. Isolate each blog on completely different hosting accounts than you have currently. (big g has you pegged already)
    2.Make sure Nameservers are hidden.
    3. Make sure whois is hidden.
    4. After you set up your content you can safely link back to your site that you are trying to rank.

    Hope this helps!
     
  8. dvdgangster

    dvdgangster Junior Member

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    could you just not add ips from the one hosting account? Might work out cheaper
     
  9. aspiringwebguru

    aspiringwebguru Newbie

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    Big g can search ip hosting and see that all the sites are coming from the same hosting. Its more expensive but you will never get ggl slapped