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Put Amazon review sites on different NameCheap accounts?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by ImperialLegionary, Jul 13, 2015.

  1. ImperialLegionary

    ImperialLegionary Junior Member

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    So NameCheap's cheapest shared hosting lets me have 3 domains. If I am going to have 3 different Amazon review sites, should I host each site on a different NameCheap account so they don't have the same IPs? The reason I am asking is because I might buy the same links from the BST for all three websites and I'm afraid Google will detect it. Thanks!
     
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    Presumably you mean the first portion of the IP address, as no two sites can have the exact same IP, or maybe I misunderstand you...

    Money sites, or PBNs?

    Since you are asking in White Hat forum, presumably you are not looking to hide from any other BH techniques.

    If PBNs, then, yes it could become a problem.

    If they are Money, or authority sites you are building, may not be an issue. Again, depends on your plans for marketing them.
     
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    ImperialLegionary Junior Member

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    Sorry if I was unclear. I'm talking about 3 money sites. But I plan on buying the same PBN links to all three websites. I was thinking Google would see that the same PBNs link to all my websites and it would be suspicious.
     
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    If they are links from the same sites on a PBN, or from sites on a PBN that reside within the "same" narrow IP range, it might eventually trigger a red flag under one of G's algorithms - depends on some other factors (e.g. how many other links from those same PBN sites to your money sites).

    These are footprints the PBN experts here say we need to avoid. But it depends on your objective - a quick money maker that crashes and burns - may not be an issue for you - or, building an authority blog for long term - maybe so.