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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by homenet, Apr 20, 2011.

  1. homenet

    homenet Power Member

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    Heres a question, let's say I've found a site where I can drop some comments on and get some backlinks from. I've used scrapebox to scan the site and found a nice list of 10 or so pages with high PR.

    Now, 10 links from the same site to the same site (my site) seems a bit of a waste of links, so what if instead, I drop a different link to each page (i.e. 10 of my different sites).

    Now, all these sites are hosted on the same web host. Is google smart enough to see whats going on here? obviously all my domains will return the same NS records (for my webhost). Is google smart enough to see that a single domain is linking back to lots of domains all on the same host?

    I'm probably looking into this wayyyy to much, but I figured I'd throw the question out there.

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  3. homenet

    homenet Power Member

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    Any evidence? Or just speculation? Not trying to insult you but I'm interested if people have any experience in this and whether its something to be cautious of.
     
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    Google will not penalize you or anything for doing that; and the reason for that is - Thousands of people use Shared hosting and google knows that. So, it is no reason for google penalize all the sites that are being backlinked by one website from different pages, just on the basis that these 10 different websites are being hosted at the same server.

    To make it look more natural, backlink the websites at different times i.e. don't get backlinks to all of the 10 sites in 1 day instead spread it out. AND you could also put a baclink BACK to the source website's page in 2 out of the 10 websites that are being linked to. Sorry if I am unclear :)
     
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    homenet Power Member

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    Thanks for the advice daserpent.
     
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    Glad to have helped you out, this is what a forum is all about.

    By the way, "google knows about shared hosting" is a real fact and derived from one of Matt cutts videos. I don't remember the exact title of the video though.
     
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    You wont be penalized but the links could be of reduced value. It is true about the shared hosting thing but the odds of one site linking to 10 sites on the same shared ip address are astronomical. Personally I would still be cool with doing it except that you say these pages have high pr (inner pr?). In this case I wouldn't want to waste the chance to get as much of that link juice as possible. I would link directly to one of my sites and then send links from all the other pages to buffer sites (all 10 pages to each 2.0 buffer site.) then link each 2.0 which have 10 links each from the pr site to your money sites. just my 2 cents.
     
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    Thanks for the idea, and yes, they are all high PR inner pages. I'm going to try doing what you suggested, good call!