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offshore hosting shared IP - mywot grader

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by antarctica, Mar 15, 2014.

  1. antarctica

    antarctica Newbie

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    Hi,
    I saw that almoast all offshore hostings are graded as spam or scam by this Chrome extention WOT. Will this affect the websites rank? If you purchase a dedicated IP within these offshore hosting companies, are those IPs clean? Thanks.
     
  2. xrumerservers

    xrumerservers Newbie

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    That's not something you can easily tell, it's something you have to contact and ask the host about.

    There is a good possibility they are, but can't hurt to send in an email and see what they do if an IP gets blacklisted, or if they provide fresh ones, ect
     
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    when you going to buy offshore hosting first of all ask them about it . but from my thought many offshore provider not blacklisted .
     
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    So now google decides there are bad "regions" on the internet and its stupid browser blocks those regions? That's just one more step towards total control of the WWW. Don't use the chrome browser, ever.
     
  5. antarctica

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    It's normal that those IPs get blacklisted. Especially the shared IPs which are all more o less blacklisted. I just wonder what about the dedicated IPs those services provide.
     
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