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IPV6 saves the SEO?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Quickhotels, Jun 6, 2012.

  1. Quickhotels

    Quickhotels Registered Member

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    Today IPV6 has been introduced. Now addresses for each and every website and device can in theory be completely unique. What do you guys think this will do SEO wise? No more C class hosting problems or paying big bucks for hosting on unique addresses? Or do you think G man is already not counting websites on the same host interlinking to each other as BlackHat or manipulation?
     
  2. plomprspot

    plomprspot Registered Member

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    Google will just put less emphesis on different IPs. I'm pretty sure they knew about IP6 a while ago already and have made appropriate plans :)
     
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    How much does is affect the prices for a unique IP/hosting?

    So far hosting is more expensive than domains, especially the administration through thousands of cpanels. Will be a better solution for that? For example that each subfolder gets hosted by another IP.

    Is there something like a c-class IP for ipv6, too? So do buy hosters IPs that are somewhat connected?