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Interlinking Sites

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by kawain, Jul 13, 2012.

  1. kawain

    kawain Newbie

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    :confused: Hello BH members. Dumb question, but can someone explain to me the about interlinking tier 1, 2 and 3 sites to your money sites? I understand that you shouldnt link directly to your own sites (or is that sites that are on the same hosting account?) Also is it right that you should not really have more than 10 sites on the same hosting account? If this is the case then say if I have 30 blogs - do I then need 3 seperate hosting accounts?

    Thanks in advance guys.
    Kawain
     
  2. turnrich

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    it would make sense to separate them just in case you get hacked
     
  3. JDIZM

    JDIZM Junior Member

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    Its about separating the ip's and reducing the footprint so they don't all get detected. If all your backlinks are from the same ip they have no extra benefit.
     
  4. kawain

    kawain Newbie

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    Can any other BH members add to this at all?
     
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    i got a host on hostpapa and hostgator :)
     
  6. Kiopa_Matt

    Kiopa_Matt Registered Member

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    Yeah, I would recommend splitting your sites up among different IPs as well. Or else you may wake up, and find all 30 of your sites de-indexed by Google one day.
     
  7. verilix

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    I have 5 large websites (all around 20-60 thousand unique views/day), and all 5 have different dedicated servers. Just in case. Not to mention the server load. :p
     
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    Dedicated ips should be used.
     
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    Always split among different IP's. Your leaving to big of a footprint.
     
  10. kawain

    kawain Newbie

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    Thanks Guys ! Thats a LOT of UV's by the way ! So just to be clear, does that mean that you have 5 seperate hosting accounts e.g Baby croc on hostator & 5 monthly fees? Or can I assign unique IP's to each website that is on the same hosting account?????

    Thanks again......
     
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    Damn I am jealous of verilix. 20k UVs a day is damn cool imo.
     
  12. kawain

    kawain Newbie

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    Any more takers on this????
     
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    you may not get a unique ip with hostgator accounts, unless you get a class c ip address with seohosting. It depends how unique you want to get. You can use reverse lookups to see what other sites are sharing the same ip addresses. You'd be shocked at how many, and the kind of variety your regular hostgator account shares with others on the same ip.

    Consider getting a class c ip for each website. Sometimes I'll cram 10 sites on a class c, and each site is from a different niche... backlink one class c to another but never in the same ip. Make sense? You also can't use the same kind of code, pictures, text, themes, etc.... google has been doing this a long time, and is better, so you have to be a little meticulous.
     
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  14. agente808

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    Interlinking your websites is a "link wheel" it's not a good idea. Each backlink should best be directed to one property to minimize traceable footprints.

    Having your websites on different IPs isn't going to be an issue for you most likely -
    the point of putting them on different C-class IPs is to convince Google that they aren't related, but the there are other things that can connect them - like having the same registrant for the domain, or all websites using the same adsense ID. If Google can connect them, the class C difference wont' matter.

    As for how many blogs you can put on the same hosting - if these are meant to be backlinks for the main website (and you have unique registrant info and unique or no analytics/adsense on each) THEN it would be important to have each website on a different IP (ideally with different hosts).

    If there's anything that ties these blogs together, then there's no reason to bother putting them on different hosts, and you can easily host 100 non-popular blogs on the same account (most shared hosts put anywhere from 100-200 clients per server)

    Building your own private blog network isn't cheap, and honestly, most likely isn't worthwhile - the quality of the links won't be high enough to justify the effort and expense.
     
  15. ezine.writer

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    I would recommend you to use different dedicated server for each site,don't give unnecessary load to your server because as far as I know Google seems to be banning this websites that do so.
     
  16. kawain

    kawain Newbie

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    Thankyou ! Now my question is really starting to be answered. Very much appreciated.