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Is Google indexing websites which are only accessible via IP?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by IMpossible, Aug 10, 2012.

  1. IMpossible

    IMpossible Supreme Member

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  2. Blog Rider

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    Short answer: No
    try for example site:72
    no results
     
  3. IMpossible

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    I don't care about the results. What if you have a FULL website behind that IP which is accessible by everyone? Still not getting indexed?
     
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    The web behind will get index.. not the IP
     
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    IP addresses do get indexed randomly. I actually saw my twitter page show up as twitterip/username in google search results a few times
     
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    So if the content gets indexed, will they be shown with the IP adress in google search results?
     
  7. Blog Rider

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    Was just giving an example. And already gave you the answer: NO