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Need Ideas About Linking With Blog Farms...

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by ramakazi, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. ramakazi

    ramakazi Regular Member

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    hey everyone,

    thanks for all the threads on bhw for blog farms just need some advice.

    I've got 5 domains all hosted on 5 different c classes dedicated IP addresses.

    I've made the main for each a wp plus plus 5 sub domains into a wp blog for each (Meaning I have 30 wp blogs).

    I'm wanting to link them and was wondering if I linked all of 1 c class dedicated IP addresses to all the domains on the other IP's (So 24 out going links to the other domains and sub domains).

    Would g@@G!R appreciate this? Is this possible? Or should I say IP 1's domain and sub domain links with IP 2's and 3's, 2's links with 3's and 4's, 3's links with 4's and 5's, 4's links with 5's and 1's, 5's links with 1's and 2's? So 12 out going links per wp blog instead of 24?

    thanks in advance

    ramakazi
     
  2. valwardon

    valwardon BANNED BANNED

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    Might wanna wait for some other members to comment but my honest opinon is that those are not going to last long at all. Toooo many links period.

    When linking this is the strategy I use for my WH sites .

    Site a links to site b . Site B links to site C . Site C links to site D . On and on again untill you get to the last site that will link back to of coarse site A. So you complete a whole cirlce.

    Linking like you are talking about I really do not think it would last at all.
     
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  3. Keevee

    Keevee Junior Member

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    Hey, how much did it cost to buy 5 domains with the 5 C Class IPs?
     
  4. ramakazi

    ramakazi Regular Member

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    tp1313 Newbie

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    You could always mix it up a bit by throwing in a squidoo lens or a blogger blog etc to get another ip in there. I wouldn't interlink my sites like you suggested.
     
  6. kaene

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    i've been thinking recently, what about linking something like this
    each blog links only 2 blogs, to a 1 level down, and to a 2 levels down
    so,
    A1 will link to B2 and C3
    A2 will link to B3 and C4
    ...
    B1 will link to C2 and D3
    B2 will link to C3 and D4
    ...

    of course A, B, C ... are the subgroups, each in a different C class IP

    maybe is make it difficult for nothing, but i was thinking, if all the links in B group come from A group, less juice? This way each group gets links from 2 different groups, but each blog only gets 2 links

    opinions?
     
  7. ramakazi

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    hm,

    yea I might do that, or I could do 4 links? so 1A links with 2B, 3C, 4D, 5E? etc?
     
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    calm Registered Member

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    Are they all different nameservers?
     
  9. ramakazi

    ramakazi Regular Member

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    hey,

    same name servers but different IP addresses as the web hosting allows me to have 5 different c class IP's.

    I've linked like 1A with 2A, 3A, 4A, 5A, etc.
     
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    klawre1221 Regular Member

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    I wondered about that. How effective is seperate ips if you have the same name servers on them?
     
  11. ramakazi

    ramakazi Regular Member

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    yea I'm sure it'll be fine, as google wouldn't penalize 2 web sites (even if they are from different people) if they were both hosted at godaddy for example. If they had a link exchange