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Multiple IPs (help newb dip Her feet into this Puddle)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by 1upLives, Feb 23, 2011.

  1. 1upLives

    1upLives Newbie

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    I have multiple sites with articles written and I'm about ready to go implement them online. One thing though, I've seen many people here mentioning that they use multiple ips to keep their footprints at bay so the Big G won't find them.

    Mainly, my question is what service/programs do you guys use to create/use ips? I really could use a recommended provider/suggestions. Are private servers the way to go? Like a breakdown of this area of expertise would really be appreciated! I'm kind of in the dark.

    This forum is the best, I learn so much, thanks all!
     
  2. bennyb

    bennyb Regular Member

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    If you really want to get a different ip for every one of your sites you need first to purchase additional ip's from your hoster.
    Then you will need to log in to your panel and assign them to either individual accounts or to individual sites.
    I am not very familiar with cPanel because I refuse to pay over inflated price for the panel with 80% of shit you don't use. I stick with free kloxo which is extremely easy and is a complete package for anything you might want to do.
    In kloxo it is a matter of going in "ip's" menu and assign available IP's to a different sites and restarting the server. BOOM! You're done!
     
  3. SNB321

    SNB321 Regular Member

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    Hotspotshield and freegateway is also a good option to free start with.
     
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    manking Regular Member

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    if you want to promote your products on social media and so on a large scale use proxies
     
  5. bluehatface

    bluehatface Regular Member

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    If its a blog network for SEO purposes, you need different IPs to reduce footprint. If you're running a few legit(ish) blogs, they can all be on the same IP. Or do you mean the IP on your computer?