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Interlinking between my own websites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tomlondon, Jun 17, 2011.

  1. tomlondon

    tomlondon Junior Member

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    I have several websites, some of the money sites, some just domain names where I experimented with autoblogs and other silly ideas. Some of the dormant (in a sense that I stopped working on them, they still have content and index well and get visitors, they're just not monetised) websites have PR. I thought I'll place links on those websites pointing at my money sites to get some PR juice flowing. A few questions then spring to my mind:

    1. If I host the domains on the same account with the same hosting company, they will probably have the same IP address, so there would be no benefit (in terms of PR juice) to the money site - true or false?
    2. I would be better off moving the domains to another host where they would have a different IP - true or false?
    3. I understand I would need to move each website to a different host so they all have different IP addresses, so ideally I should sign up with, like, 20 different hosting companies to host 20 websites - true or false?
    4. to get any benefit, is it enough for the links to be placed on a different c-class ip address (like 123.4.5.67 and 123.4.somethingotherthan5.somethingotherthan67)?
    5. can you get a hosting plan where you can get a different c-class ip address for every domain you host with them?
    6. even if you were able to get something described in 5., would the fact that they are all geographically located roughly in the same area kill the whole benefit?
    I am just trying to get my head around it, I don't know a lot about this subject - any help appreciated!
     
  2. tyler8541

    tyler8541 Regular Member

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    Your more or less talking about building a high PR private homepage backlink network for your own use. (well eventually high PR)

    You have the right idea in that they all need to be hosted on separate c class IP's however I don't know the answer to the GEO location question. I would assume after reading plenty of threads on high PR homepage networks that geo location must be important as most people selling these announce this in their threads (or maybe they are just being extra cautious as they are selling the links).

    Just do a search for "seo hosting" and you'll find plenty of providers.

    I think hostgators version is seohosting.com or something but have heard good and bad about this service. I think each IP runs $5-$10 per month.
     
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  3. tomlondon

    tomlondon Junior Member

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    Thanks Tyler8541, this is EXACTLY what I was looking for...
     
  4. tomlondon

    tomlondon Junior Member

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    Would such a net of, let say 20, PR 4+ blogs located on different c-class ip hosts with contextual relevant links pointing to the money site be more effective than article marketing or linkwheel?
     
  5. tyler8541

    tyler8541 Regular Member

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    I would much rather prefer that from a control perspective. With the article networks and web 2.0's you cannot control if they remove or ban your content, etc if you are too aggressive with your promotion to those. If you own the sites you remain in control and as long as you are smart you can continue to grow the PR on those which in turns passes to your money site.

    There is also the "black hole seo" strategy used by large authority sites to "trap" all PR with your high pr homepage network pointing to your money site. There is a member "extra winner" selling this service. You may want to check out his service thread where he talks about how that works. Debatable if those nofollow links leak "no PR juice" though but I'm sure it helps and the big sites are doing it.