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Looking for final word on unique ips

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by Bostoncab, Feb 9, 2010.

  1. Bostoncab

    Bostoncab Elite Member

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    First off I am not that bright. I can't even figure out how to post a poll here.. if you even can.

    I have 50 domains that more or less chase the same keywords. Right now they are all on a shared hosting plan at .. I won't even say the name of the host ..worst ever.. blows donkeys bad..

    Since Im changing anyway Im looking to do whats best for me. Im thinking if I get a host that can give me multiple Ip addresses on different Cblocks.

    Then Im thinking find as many free hosts as possible and then pay for small hosting packages.

    Then now some NUMBNUTZ from that crappy forum (think 2 letters) told me that unique ips don't matter. That Google won't care. That don't seem right to me though. If I have 50 domains all based around the same keywords and the registration is private and I link them all together isn't that then 50 pertinent back links for free?

    All my sites are already indexed too if thats going to figure into your answer.
    If you respond please make the first line of your Yes or No.
     
  2. Bostoncab

    Bostoncab Elite Member

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    Im getting responses like this

    If you only have small amount of traffic, why bother? And do you really trhink that Google wouldn't know? Guess why they started their own Public DNS service? Yepp, to keep even more up to date on who's using what IP, when, where and most of all - who's behind it. Google knows, trust me.
     
  3. Megalodon

    Megalodon BANNED BANNED

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    Having different C class IP's is a must if you want to use those domains to rank well in gogle.I would say you have 2 choices, the first is to get a box from softlayer, and slowly order a few IP's each day until you reach a few dozen.The second option is to buy several shared hosting accounts but those will be harder to manage.
     
  4. Bostoncab

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    It looked to me like Softlayer specialised in massive traffic and bandwidth accounts. According to their main page they have 35,000 plus servers available at three data centres. Any other recommended providers?
     
  5. hardcore1

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    I host with Linode (VPS) and have nothing but good things to say about them, they let you add more IPs to your account, could just get a few of them.
     
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