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Is it worth Hosting my Sites on C Class IPs?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by salmanpasta, Oct 19, 2012.

  1. salmanpasta

    salmanpasta Newbie

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    Hi all,

    I've been trying to figure out if this is worth it or if it would work, but I am trying to create a private blog network for myself and client websites. I currently have about 8 of my own sites which are all being hosted on the same IP all in a different niche. They are all connected to the same adsense and analytics account. Nothing to hide here at this point.

    Now what I'm thinking about doing is creating a blog network of about 20-30 sites with a decent PR rank. These will all be hosted on either A or B class IP addresses. My thought process is - if I link back to my money sites which are all on the same IP, it will look very suspicious that all of the links are coming from the same 20-30 sites all from different IP addresses. G will know that I own all sites and end up penalizing/deindexing all of my blog sites + my money sites.

    So if I create my money sites on a C class web hosting company and link in from the 20-30 sites they would probably know that I am still the owner of all of the websites regardless of private domains since they are all connected to the same analytics account or adsense accounts.

    So the linking portfolio would look something like this:

    Site #1: 24.24.C.D [connected to g products] <- Links from 20-30 blogs [not connected to any G product]
    Site #2: 24.24.C.D [connected to g products] <- Links from 20-30 blogs [not connected to any G product]
    Site #3: 24.24.C.D [connected to g products]<- Links from 20-30 blogs [not connected to any G product]
    Site #4: 24.24.C.D [connected to g products] <- Links from 20-30 blogs [not connected to any G product]
    etc...



    Anyone have any thoughts on this? Am I being way too paranoid or is there another way to approach this?
     
    Last edited: Oct 19, 2012