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Question about creating my own network.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Adam718, Aug 30, 2013.

  1. Adam718

    Adam718 Senior Member

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    Buying up some high PR domains to create a link network for a big client of mine, but I was wondering if it's necessary to buy each domain using different accounts, or if it's alright to just host the websites that the domains will be tied with on different servers. Just trying to avoid leaving a footprint here.
     
  2. Nut-Nights

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    Cloud hosting is best for blog network they will provide you unique c class ip for each blog.

    Don't interlink your blog network..
     
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    Back in the day you'd get 20 IP's with a cheap dedicated server. Nowadays you gotta beg.
     
  4. Adam718

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    Thanks, guys, but that doesn't really answer my question. I plan on hosting each blog on a different IP but I want to know if its alright to buy the domains on 1 godaddy account.
     
  5. Kingu Buraddorei

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    I'm not sure which is the better choice. I just started to build a network, I'm keeping everything separate on different hosting. At least this way it gives me one less thing to worry about.
     
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    IMO I'd consider namecheap instead of gd.
     
  7. Adam718

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    So would I, but the domains I got so far were auctioned on GD.
     
  8. azeds

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    As long as you take all the other 'precautions' I think you will be fine. As far as my knowledge extends, you can't see the account name behind a registered domain.
     
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    I agree that it's fine to use 1 account for those domains.
     
  10. sudorank

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    Buying a good handful on Go Daddy is fine, hosting is okay too because it's such a large company.

    If you plan on expanding, go with a different host, you want to diversify everything.