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Multiple PBNs on same vps provider?

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  1. rooneyviet

    rooneyviet Registered Member

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    As using same shared hosting for multiple PBNs can harm our site, because it's may on same C class.

    but what if I use vps, same provider, maybe creating different account, they give different Ips(on each vps), (maybe) different locations. will not use vps dns nameserver, only use domain registrar DNS.

    can Google see this? can Google know which vps hosting the domains on ?
     
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    Yeah, like using a proxy IP to hide your server IP. But there are methods online by which you can find out the actual server IP. A server admin can do this easily.

    Whether google would not count these backlinks ? Definitely they will not if they have your actual server IP, since all your backlinks would show up from the same IP.

    Whether google is making efforts to find this out ? No one knows, but since a decent tech guy can find the actual server IP, i am quite sure google would have factored this in their algo.

    Whatever, proxy IP or Cloudflare you use, DNS leaks are something you cannot avoid.

    Yes, you are better off avoiding it.
     
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    You can purchase different IP's for each site.
     
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    yeah, but what I'm asking is if any VPS provider can provide different IP (for each VPS).
    and if they do. will Google, can determine which vps hosting the domains on?
     
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    Yes. That is what i meant when i said Proxy IP. You can do this with Proxy IP where the providers will give IPs with geo locations around the world while your site would be actually on one server in another part of the world. But here too, there can be dns leaks or google would have already factored this in their algo.
     
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    thanks.

    maybe I will just one 1 vps for each provider. that;s would be better.
     
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    You can't do that for 100% all your domains, but you could do it for 5-10%. I've analyzed how competitors rank and found some common stuff like - more than one backlink hosts their site on hostgator or bluehost or same registrar.
     
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    Yes, that is as real as it could get and not outright gaming.
     
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    But you don't need VPS from each provider, get shared hosting from reputable hosts. I said reputable hosts because then each of your shared hosting servers would not have many PBNs hosted on them. PBNs are generally hosted on $1 hosts, so avoid them. Taking care of these minor aspects can give prolonged life to your PBNs. Of course, a lot depends on your budget.
     
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    what do you recommended reputable hosts?
    Should I get from Marketplace in BHW, or webhosting talk?

    I target VPS because I check most premium shared hosting is >5$/month, but I can find some VPS provider only 3$/month, and vps speed and uptime ismuch more faster.
     
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    Go for Webhostingtalk shared hosting section, you can find good hosts giving nice discounts. You will find most of the hosts in the range of $3-4 per month.

    $3-4 shared hosting is better than $3 VPS in my opinion as shared hosts will come with all bells and whistles while the VPS may not come with many added features especially the $3 ones. BTW $3-4 shared hosts uptime would be far better than hosts providing $3 VPS.