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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Robm, Feb 1, 2018.

  1. Robm

    Robm Registered Member

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    Can you use someone like digitalocean or linode to host more than one site or will they get found even if each site on the same instance doesn't link to the same page?
     
  2. Diplomat

    Diplomat Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    It's more about IPs rather than instances. Try having different IPs and don't think about in how many instances you have them because it really doesn't matter. It only matters when we are talking about website's performance, etc.
     
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  3. Robm

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    So you could, for example, have 5 sites on 1 instance but they linked to 5 separate pages and repeat that on multiple instances because each one will have a different IP? Thanks.
     
  4. Diplomat

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    By default, you would have 5 websites on 1 IP address, for PBN that's not good at all. I don't think you can add additional IPs to DO's instance. Maybe you can, not sure, I haven't checked. I do know you can add a floating IP to your VM, but it really doesn't help much.
    So technically you would want to host 1 site per instance, but it can get expensive if 1 VM costs $5
     
  5. Robm

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    Understood. Yes they only provide one IP per instance although you can get 16 IPv6. Thanks I'll look at some cheap hosting plans with their own IP.
     
  6. Diplomat

    Diplomat Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Yes, that's a lot better idea, you can also check the hosting section here, you will find a bunch of services that might help you.
     
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    You need to have a unique IP for each site.
     
  8. don chino

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    If you don't link the PBNs to same domains, then you can have more than one site on one IP. It's important that the sites have no connection. Otherwise, use different IP, ISP, nameservers, whois, registrar. Don't leave footprint with SOA or MX records.
     
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    Remember they should have different ranges not just IP addresses. As in C
     
  10. Robm

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    So if you used instances like EC2, digitalocean, linode etc it would be advisable to have your money site in a different area/country or on a different provider to the incoming? Just trying to get a picture in my head of the cheapest way to do it. Obviously if an instance can be used for more than one pbn (provided they don't link to the same one) this would be a cheap option.
     
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    I assume you mean CLASS C IPs right?
     
  12. set23

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    Hello, how can I check if I left some kind of footprint on SOA/MX ? Which website to use to check it out (the footprint) ?
     
  13. set23

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    could you explaine a little bit how can I do this? I am a noob in subnet stuff
     
  14. don chino

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    leafdns.com is one option
     
  15. Diplomat

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    Yes, because when you host 30 PBN sites in 1 instance, they will all have 1 IP. That's not the best for obvious reasons. Also this 1 IP restriction makes it ridiculously expensive to use DO, AWS, etc for PBN hosting.
     
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    Hey. I'm new here. Can anyone know where you can be bought cheaply by trusted drop domains?