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it's funny when you're copying someone's backlinks and...

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by mollah, May 8, 2009.

  1. mollah

    mollah Power Member

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    you realize that you've just stumbled across a massive network/mininet/blogfarm.

    > 5000 backlinks and 90% of them are to other sites owned by the same person.


    lol. well done.


    how does one check the IP of a website? I want to see if they're all on the same IP or not. This would put to rest the idea if google really cares or not if all the blogs are on the same IP.
     
  2. DrJekyll

    DrJekyll Senior Member Premium Member

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    you can do a whois on the domains and get the ip for each and compare

    Code:
    http://cqcounter.com/whois/
     
  3. minute80

    minute80 Regular Member

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    You can do it online from here:

    Code:
    http://visualroute.visualware.com/
    or use tools provided for free online as well with your OS (win xp tracert command from command prompt).
     
  4. rebellord

    rebellord Registered Member

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    Just spam web2.0 pages for backlinks :) I doubt all his mininet sites have that much PR. If hes smart he has a dozen different hosting services for these suckers so they will be from lots of ips.
     
  5. mollah

    mollah Power Member

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    many of them were well developed blogs (hundreds of pages) with links to each other in the "blogroll" section.

    I wouldn't necessarily say "blog" is the right term, more like "current topics within a niche topic."

    "blog" to me means "emo kid writing diary posts about how no one understands them."

    These sites were more informational and general rather than narrative and personal in nature.
     
  6. skweekykleen

    skweekykleen Newbie

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    you can also easily check the ip of a website from your own computer by opening a command shell and just typing:

    ping website.com

    Obviously you would replace website.com with the domain name you are trying to get the IP for...