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mini private network question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by forvenz, Nov 15, 2013.

  1. forvenz

    forvenz Regular Member

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    hi guys,
    I wanted to go with different C-class with shared hosting , and then I found out that even you change the nameservers of each domain the IP is still the same of each nameserver so basically it's still a footprint .
    Anyway I decided to go with just different hosting .
    and set up my first website but my question is :
    you post on the buffer content + your link by the way?
    google won't think that it is strange that you install wordpress put content on the website and link to domain right away ?
    maybe I'm to paranoid but someone can to explain me?
     
  2. michaelshezzer

    michaelshezzer Junior Member

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    Your just a bit too paranoid... remember safety first..... When you are linking in your content remember to use co-citation to authority sites as well as your site... this makes it look more natural... Also make sure you make it look like a real website and get rid of the meta widgets and common search crap in the widgets... this will remove a significant footprint straight away... Also change your theme as well don't use the default ones you get with it... Also from time to time add content without links this will make it more natural... Thats it really.... hope that helps... In terms of IPs just use different hosting... make sure you don't use SEO hosting as google knows that majority of networks are on this kind of hosting and slap it...
     
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  3. forvenz

    forvenz Regular Member

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    thanks for the help mate !
     
  4. danielgb123

    danielgb123 Regular Member

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    Stick to normal hosting - no more than 2/3 sites at the same host.

    As for your second question, for each network site try to create a solid content base, 5-10 posts before you start linking away. Within those 5-10 posts, link to authority sites; then you can place an in content link to your money site once that initial content population period is over.
     
  5. Adam718

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    I usually wait until each site is indexed with its content + 1 or 2 links to other authority sites before putting my own link on there. Takes a bit longer to get the link juice, but safety is first.
     
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    Also don't sell links immediately after the installation. Give a month period and update the content gradually to look more natural.
     
  7. forvenz

    forvenz Regular Member

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    lol I'm not going to sell links it just for personal use ,
    10 articles per site? 2-3 sites per host? this is going to be fucking expensive !
    for the hosts I got better solution I'm going to separate each niche in different host so if I got 5 hosts on each host will be 1 link per niche (not the same niche links on the same host) little bit confusing but I have found it the best method