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Links in the Eyes of Google

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by Michaeladams, May 24, 2012.

  1. Michaeladams

    Michaeladams Registered Member

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    Does Google care if there are whole punch of links coming from one IP address, if so how did you guys solve this problem?

    Thanks Michael
     
  2. tombourlet

    tombourlet Registered Member

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    I have been contacting webmasters to remove sitewide links. These are seen as spam by Google, therefore I would stay in their good books and remove all but one/two links from each domain (unless the domain is something really powerful such as Dailymail or BBC)
     
  3. sirthomas

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    Says who?
     
  4. Jinko

    Jinko Regular Member

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    A bunch of links from the same IP doesn't look natural and it's not the best idea if you want to avoid being flagged for spam/manipulation by Google. IP diversity for your backlinks is the path to follow. The best way to think about link building now is "how would I link to another site natually". You'd probably have one or max two contextual links to that site with anchor text such as "click here" "read more" or "this website". Why would you want to link to the same site many times and pass link juice? Keep these things in mind when building links post penguin and you'll be fine.
     
  5. seontist

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    Kudos to that my friend, nothing to add and nothing to take away!
     
  6. vloza

    vloza Registered Member

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    I have 20 sites in the same server all interlinked with sitewide links (Wordpress Blogrolls). And those sites have passed Panda, Penguin and all sort of black and white animals coming from Google. No problem at all.

    I just got penalized by google once, i'm not sure why but this is what i did.

    2 domains EMD.com and EMD.info. 10 original articles in each site.

    After 2 month the .com was #5 and the .info #8. I was getting like 500-800 visits/day in each site.
    I installed a plugin(KBLinker) in the .info that transform keywords inside the articles to links to the .com site.

    Two days later the .com was in the 3rd position and the .info drop to 200-300. After a week i removed the plugin and start building links to the .info site. The .info scaled to positions 20-30 in the next 6 months but no matter how many links i make, the .info seems stuck in those places.
     
  7. abacusgnus

    abacusgnus Newbie

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    Google says, that's who. Mr Google to be exact, otherwise known as Matt Cutts.
     
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  8. Mubashirshafi

    Mubashirshafi Newbie

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    Google just s**ks !
    Google is like a n00b !
    Sometimes it gives you a good rank !
    Sometimes it gives you a hard punishment !
    Anyways i hate Google !
     
  9. kurzo4905

    kurzo4905 Newbie

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    i think many from the same IP *may be acceptable as long as you have the bulk of back links from other IP's. For example, you have 95% coming in from varying IPs and 5% from 1 IP - not great, but may be enough to be seen as ok. Best to not get too many on the same in my opinion