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Multiple Page One Rankings - SEO Company

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jguy1, Jan 8, 2012.

  1. jguy1

    jguy1 Newbie

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    Hi everyone.

    Can anyone recommend a good seo hosting company so that the member has access to multiple IP addresses located in different parts of the United States in order to not show any flags to the search enginez?

    Thanks!
     
  2. SuperLinks

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    Unfortunately no.

    I've tried out a TON, most are garbage.

    My recommendation is set up a few low priced shared hosting accounts.
    You'll get more diversity in IP addresses, nameservers and other variables.

    Plus, you'll have a much more reliable uptime as most SEO hosts are frequently
    down.
     
  3. phpbuilt

    phpbuilt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If you sign up with hostnine.com, with a reseller account, as you create new "accounts" (for yourself), you get to select the datacenter.

    They give you the option of california, florida, illinois, new york, and other US locations ... they even have a UK and singapore.

    You can only choose the data center, then after that the actual machine and IP they give you is random. They have many different machines (with different class-c's) at different data centers. You can create an account, and if it matches a class-c you already have you can delete it and remake it with a chance to get on a different machine with different class-c.

    Their reseller account costs 25 bucks. If you work hard at trying to spread your IPs you can end up with like 33ish different class-c IP's on that account.

    Here's the cool thing too -- lots of addons are included. Many SEO hosting give you a set of IPs and you only get one domain per IP, with this you can set up a bunch (I think the $25 tier is 100 addons).

    They are fairly reliable, except it pissed me off one time when I had like 80 domains hosted with them and they started shuffling servers around, giving instructions on how to move 80 domains. Absolutely not something you want to put mission-critical stuff on. However, for a blog network it works fine.
     
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  4. jguy1

    jguy1 Newbie

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    So, do you recommend having product review money sites hosted on this host service?
     
  5. DustinSD

    DustinSD Registered Member

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    Remember that Google is a registrar
     
  6. huykun

    huykun Regular Member

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    Google only registers domain for business only. I think anyone can sign up, but I wouldn't recommend only getting it for that personal purpose.
     
  7. Westernstar

    Westernstar Registered Member

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    Thank you. This is what I have been looking for.
     
  8. seoquickheal

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    To be frank, buy a virtual IP setup,

    Hire some freelancers and do such kind of seo promotion.

    so you will get good results on economic fee.
     
  9. phpbuilt

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    I would recommend that you put tier 1 blogs that link to your money sites on hostnine.com. Or article directories. Things that help with your promotional campaigns needing to come from different IPs.

    I would not recommend putting money sites on anything except what you consider to be high quality hosting. I wouldn't call hostnine high quality.
     
  10. DustinSD

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    *facepalm*

    What I meant is that Google has access to registration data. Therefore, unless you cover your tracks, Google can instantly identify common domain ownership. In that case, spreading your domains on different IPs across the planet won't make one bit of difference, and will be a huge wasted expense.
     
  11. jguy1

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    i like hostnine for that purpose. thanks for that recommendation.

    ..but..still looking for a hosting company that fits my needs.

    anyone have any input?

    thanks
     
  12. markhenry121

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    Yes, he is right.
     
  13. Bostoncab

    Bostoncab Elite Member

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    If it mattered that Google was a registrar you wouldn't see blog networks on here pulling in major buck$.

    Do you think they registered 400 domains with 400 different registrars in 400 different names?
     
  14. jguy1

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    I guess I'll take superlinks advice...

    My recommendation is set up a few low priced shared hosting accounts.
    You'll get more diversity in IP addresses, nameservers and other variables.
     
  15. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    And your proof is where??
     
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  16. SEO Authority

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    Hostnine.com is working well except its hard to get different Class C ips, if you delete your account and try creating again.
     
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    They do not have access to registration data if you choose private WHOIS. No one but the actual domain registrar can see who is the domain name owner. Google do not have some secret way of accessing Icann records and seeing private whois information.

    You would need to make a legal case to access the details of a private domain owner and would need very good grounds to do so. Just like the FBI do for illegal downloads sites.

    Google are not going to start legal cases or risking lawsuits by trying to access the owners of domains running poxy mns or review sites!
     
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