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Making sure you don't get de-indexed

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by too$hort, Aug 5, 2009.

  1. too$hort

    too$hort Junior Member

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    Hi guys,

    I am aware that there are very experienced folks on here who do this easily but for the life of me, I just cannot figure it out.

    I am also aware that if you have too many sites/autoblogs under one hosting, then you will probably get de-indexed.

    I am planning on starting a couple hundred, maybe more, affiliate sites/blogs.

    Each of them a "money site" in it's own niche...and each with links to various affiliate landing pages.

    Obviously, getting over 200 hosts for each site will be too expensive.

    how do I tackle this problem?

    how do you guys with hundreds of autoblog farms and/or sites tackle this issue?

    thanks guys.
     
  2. multimedia

    multimedia Power Member

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    I dont think hosting in one server shall cause you that problem.However, see to it that other sites in your shared server are not spammy :)
     
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  3. Given

    Given Regular Member

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    Hosting won't really affect this, all you need to do is buy different classe c IP's I believe. Most hosts sell them for 2-5 bucks a month. I advise only 3 sites per ip but some people go nuts lol
     
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  4. Qokaine

    Qokaine Regular Member

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    pretty sure hosting doesn't matter really.
     
  5. fritz

    fritz Newbie

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    From my experience, google does not care about IPs no matter what gurus will tell you. Yes, all those c class IPs are complete waste of money. If you think you can fool google by hosting your sites on different IPs, you are sadly mistaken. Google has far more sophisticated algorithms on finding your sites' footprints if you are doing shady stuffs to cheat their system.
     
  6. Given

    Given Regular Member

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    Of course if you're doing shady stuff ip's wont protect you but when you build a large network and start pointing links to websites within that network, if you have tons of links from the same ip you will get less ranking than you would if you seperate them on different ip's. This is because if they're all on the same ip google automatically knows it COULD be your website (if you're on shared hosting you share your ip which sucks cause it MIGHT harm you) and thus gives less weight to the links. My experience has been positive anyway.
     
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  7. too$hort

    too$hort Junior Member

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    Thanks Guys.

    you have at least shed some light on what I need to do.

    I was pretty "uneducated" when it came to hosting for a blog farm.
     
  8. blackieman

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    Putting them all on the same IP does not matter AS LONG AS you don't interlink them, and they use different domain reg's and different templates. Why it does not matter? because goog is smart enough to know it cannot ban all sites on the same ip in a shared hosting environment, because it does not know if all belong to the same entity or not (hence, no interlinking and template footprints).
     
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  9. jclyde

    jclyde Registered Member

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    You will not get de-indexed if you host too many sites in 1 hosting. I've 70 sites in 1 hosting account. 50 of them are driving traffic constantly.

    If you're setting up an autoblog, you can't have 200 autoblogs on 1 account. It will eat too much resources.

    But if you're talking about affiliate pages and money sites, that wouldn't be a problem.
     
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  10. 1EightT

    1EightT Registered Member

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    hint: stop wasting time with auto blogs and posting generic rss content. If you want real income, you need a real cloaking engine, and i'm not talking about the majority of those you see out there. One that does everything. Cloaking to content generation (unique real content that isn't just rss feeds or spun articles). That's my advice.
     
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    Cheeky_Bastard Registered Member

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    Which ones would you recommend?
     
  12. 1EightT

    1EightT Registered Member

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    Blog Cloaker personally.
     
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    ZenooneZ Registered Member

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    I heard that thecontentsolution was good, anyone care to shed some light on this?
     
  14. 1EightT

    1EightT Registered Member

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    Used it before. It's alright, doesn't have much in the way of features. Doesn't do cloaking, site management, etc.
     
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    I'm using WPCloaker right now and it does everything. Spinning, scraping, fetching, cloaking, etc. wpcloaker.com
     
  16. 1EightT

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    Tried that one as well. It's simple enough, but again, very lacking in features. The content engine isn't very good (lacking options). The cloaking system is a pain in the neck to use as well. You have to map each keyword to each url you want to use. With Blog Cloaker all of that is handled dynamically through their DRT system. The analytics are also a joke in WPCloaker. It's a page with your log file opened basically.