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Multiple Sites with Adsense - Post Panda Update - Need Advice

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by peter73, Oct 3, 2011.

  1. peter73

    peter73 Regular Member

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    I have one legit adsense account that I'm planning to use on multiple sites, since the Panda update I've been reading lots of guys losing their rankings in all of their sites. How do I get around this? Should I...

    *Create different hosting accounts per website in the SAME HOSTING COMPANY and dedicate IP with each one? This is going to be costly but if this is the only safe way then I might go with this route. Or is it ok to use 1 hosting account and just make 4-5 addon domains? If I do this should I buy a dedicated IP per addon domain?

    *Should I create analytics and webmaster tools for the websites in the same email? or should I just use AWSTATS?

    *Using the same theme for every website?

    *what should I do with my whois info?

    Thanks..
     
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    Make sure each sites looks 100% unique. And by that I mean new hosting, design, IP, blah blah blah.

    Make sure none of them can be linked together.

    If you're going to try and trick a billion dollar company then you should pay a few extra dollars each month for 100% unique everything. I would even play it safe and host each website with a different company.
     
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  3. G-S-T

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    I have had 1 adsense account for years now, it shows ads on about 100 different sites. Those sites are spread over 3 servers. Most are unique sites and not interlinked with each other.

    Google has no problem with people having hundreds of sites, its called expansion. They do have an issue when all 100 of those sites seem to be in the same niche, or closely related. Then it looks like your trying to beat the system with the old "quantity over quality" method.

    Whereas google want quality over quantity.

    Regarding whois, I have 1 twitter site that is ranked number 1 for the most competitive twitter related keyword in that niche. That has been on a private whois since day 1 and it displays adsense ads without any issues.

    Ranking number 1 for "About 67,000,000 results" in the Twitter niche is no easy thing to do. But having private whois has not hurt it.
     
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  4. peter73

    peter73 Regular Member

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    Yes, There's really no need to interlink them together because I'm using longtail keywords, the kind that gets into page 2 without any post and backlinks. No competition.

    I'm also not using spun articles.

    What are you doing? Are you hosting 1 website per hosting company? If that's the case what about if you have 20 websites? There are only handful hosting companies I know that is reliable, wouldn't this pose a problem?


    When you say "3 servers" what do you mean by that? I'm not planning to use dedi servers, just shared hosting with dedi IP for each web.

    Yes, I'm not planning on gaming adsense. What I'll do is to research for a keyword, buy site,post unique content, build backlinks (this is the only blackhat I'm doing), put adsense = profit... Move on to next site.

    The "Move on to next site" is my concern because what will happen if I've built 20+ websites? Will I get slapped like the others who posted here on BHW after the Panda update?

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    Thanks for the replies guys. It really helps.
     
  5. G-S-T

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    By 3 servers, i mean 3 different hosting accounts at 3 different hosting companies. I pay them a year in advance and then there is nothing to worry about. I host all my friends business websites and my main sites on 1 server. Adult stuff on another and I have 1 for doing anything slightly grey on.
     
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    Each of these websites hosted on the server has dedicated IP? What about the Whois of the domains? Is it the same as above; Private whois?

    Also, that means that the other domains hosted on your account is an "addon domain" right?

    Am I missing something? Just want to make sure that I don't miss anything :D

     
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    all 3 hosting packages are on shared servers. so there are 1000's of other peoples sites hosted on my ip's. I have private whois sites along side public ones, both displaying adsense and ranking well.

    Yes, each new domain is an "addon domain" within my cpanel and not on its own ip within a range.
     
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    Panda was an update that focused on degrading sites with high levels of duplicate content or what Google considers to be poor quality content. There's a lot of people saying "panda this" and "panda that", but honestly most of the time it has nothing to do with panda.

    Google is picky about websites that are signed up for adsense. It is extremely common for them to get deindexed or devalued based on personal inspection by Google. I've read that Google outsources thousands manual site inspectors in India. This has nothing to do with Panda and existed long before Panda.

    If you want to know what you may need to be concerned with regarding getting banned, deindexed, etc. read this article. In general, unless you're making over $100 a day -- don't be too concerned. By the time you're making close to $100 a day, make sure your content is quality, your themes are different if you have many sites, and your site would pass a manual inspection by Google.
     
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  9. Silverion

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    Well if the sites are unique you just need to work on the quality of the sites rather than making it bulkier.Just go with your instinct and work accordingly
     
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    Ok how about Analytics and Webmaster tools? Do you use 1 email 1 computer IP per website? or is it ok to slap them all together in 1 account?
     
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    I have 200 in one webmaster tools account. As long as your not inter linking them it shouldnt be a problem. Once my sites start making good money, I build them up with much more content then move them to a different adsense account (I have one for my business and one in my personal name). So far so good for me. Been doing it this way for about 9 months now.
     
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    I dont understand why people are saying they need to be on different IP's if you are using the same Adsense account then google know you have more than one site anyway.

    And so what if you have analytics or webmaster tools, google knows who you are and how many sites from your adsense code.

    Or am i missing something?
     
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    True that!

    Sometimes we like to make things more complicated then they are.

    I say, run clean blogs or sites, write rich content, post each day and over time, money comes along.

    Patience is a virtue they say ... who ever "they" are :D