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Is It Important To Use Different IP's For SEO?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Tariq Ghazi, Aug 1, 2010.

  1. Tariq Ghazi

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    Dear Blackhatmembers,

    What is your opinion on using different IP's when you are setting up and posting to your web 2.0 domains, social bookmarking RSS feeds etc?

    And where do you find your IP's? Currently I am using HideMYIP, this allows me to change my ip while i am setting up accounts and posting to them manually. Thinking about to use ProxyBonanza..

    Would appreciate if you share you experience with me!
     
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    When setting up on Web 2.0 properties it makes sense to use different IPs because if you use the same web 2.0 property a lot of times, it may see a "spam" trend. I personally us a lot of Web 2.0 properties and have a lot of articles on them and always vary my IP and the same with RSS feed, social bookmarking sites etc.

    The more you vary things the harder it is to tell that you are trying to pump up a site.
     
  3. Tariq Ghazi

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    Thank you for you reply! Really appreciate it.
    Can you also tell me what kind of program or software you are using?

    Tariq
     
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    I do everything manually with the exception of spinning articles. I use thebestspinner for that.

    I am in the process of setting up an automated way to take a ready to be spun article and have the spun articles placed on various and random web 2.0 sites as well as social bookmarking them and having the RSS feeds sent out as well.

    The method I use is something I have dubbed "Link Pushing".
     
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    Wow, thats great. I hope you succeed in automating everything :)
    What kind of program are you using for changing your ip's?

    Tariq
     
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    Everything I do is manual. No program at all.
     
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    Too many submits from 1 ip's may be will be considered as spam.
     
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    I use PacketFlip with the 25 dedicated SOCKS5 proxies across 6 class C's & geo-located in 2 cities... Most people find it a bit pricey but for everything I do the service rocks. Super fast proxies.
     
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    It depends on the volume I suppose. If you're very busy with all sorts of projects and creations then proxies are a good idea.
     
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    Thanks for all the comments guys!

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    Your only concern should be with getting banned or marked as 'spam' from the web 2.0 properties. For example if you start creating lots and lots of different accounts under the same ip with wordpress or blogspot etc then it might raise suspicion and possibly get your accounts banned and ip banned at the same time. How many is too many? No idea, personally I think this is unlikely to happen even with 50 + accounts but it all depends on your content, if you are blatently spamming then web 2.0 sites will have no reason to not ban your ass.

    With that being said Google cannot know where your web 2.0 content was published under, this is not the reason you should need to change your ip address, it is to avoid being banned from the web 2.0 site itself.