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If using a domain proxy + cloud hosting are sites anonymous to Google?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gorang, Oct 4, 2011.

  1. gorang

    gorang Elite Member

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    I'm trying to find out a way to interlink several domains without Google knowing they are all owned by me and without having to spend a fortune on separate hosting for each website.

    Would using a domain proxy service and cloud computing stop Google from finding this?

    They wouldn't be able to see who owns the domain and cloud computing is basically multiple computers right? So most of the sites would all be on different IPs?

    Is that right?
     
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    Proxy and different hosting accounts/different name servers.
     
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    would using godaddy's 4gh hosting work?
     
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    Domain privacy + Different host + No Google apps installed.
    And don't visit your site over and over while signed in to Google.

    But don't get paranoid.
     
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    Not a fan of Godaddy, so not familiar with them. None the less, you don't want it to appear they are all on godaddy's host, even if nameservers change. For the most part you have to go with a different host for every account. Some hosts have more than one class IP block.
    Also, I'd recommend staying away from SEO hosts. If you think about it, you're going to have hundreds of sites doing the same thing as you, and could put up red flags.
     
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    The thing is. I found a guy doing very well with a specific backhat technique. I mean, REALLY well. He has many sites with a mexican hosting provider which all point back to his money site hosted on GoDaddy. He seems to not be being penalized for all of these websites which are with the hosting. Each of the sites is on a slightly different IP though. I'm wondering if there is a special hosting which allows you to host multiple sites on different IPs?
     
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    Yes it's called seo hosting - different C Class IPs.
    I used seohosting.com but they're ugly. My sites were offline for a couple of days, and they kept saying it's OK on their end.
     
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    Is 4GH from GoDaddy the same as SEO hosting?
     
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    It is also seemingly quite expensive too.
     
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    I found
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    http://ideastack.com/seo-hosting.html
    They do it for $1 per C class IP it seems.