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Question on Hosting For Micro Niche Sites.

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by jbsales, Feb 19, 2011.

  1. jbsales

    jbsales Registered Member

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    Now say that you have been building micro niche sites, and now you have 50 or more, or less but the point is you have a lot of them. Each one has it's own domain name. Now what would be the best way to host all these sites. I have noticed with my reseller account with host gator that they are all pretty much on the same IP. Now from what I have been reading If google decides for some strange reason (the site looked at google the wrong way) to ban 1 of my sites it would ban all that were on that IP. So this bring me to my question. Where or what is the best way to host all these sites on multiple ip's??
     
  2. fiesta

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    If you want to be 100% sure go with a dedicated server with mutliple ip addresses
     
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    Go and have some fun. Nothing serious will be happen. Evrywhere is full of myths and disinformation.
     
  4. jbsales

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    Tell me your not serious
     
  5. J1218

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    If you want to spread them out, the best way is probably just to buy several different hosting plans from different providers. That way they are all on different c-blocks and in completely different geo areas.

    However, I'm not sure that you would get all of your sites banned by Google just because of the IP they are on, because tons of other people are also using the same IPs as you if it's just a shared hosting account. Google isn't going to ban every site on that IP because then they will be banning people's sites that are in no way related to you.

    If they wanted to track you, all they need to do is look at the Adsense code that is on all of your niche sites and ban your sites that way. If that were to happen, it wouldn't matter even if you had 5,000 hosting accounts, they can still keep track of you.

    Best way to minimize your risk is just to try and keep the sites within Google's TOS. I know micro-niche sites are just built to be thin sites with the main goal of the user clicking an ad, but at least try to add some useful content to the site to lessen your risk of getting banned if they do decide to manually review your sites.
     
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    ok so my best bet would be to get another hosting account. Ok Cool, I was about to get another account with Host Gator. Now what's a good hosting companies for multiple sites, or that would allow for multiple sites like a Host Gator Resellers account??
     
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    ok so my best bet would be to get another hosting account. Ok Cool, I was about to get another account with Host Gator. Now what's a good hosting companies for multiple sites, or that would allow for multiple sites like a Host Gator Resellers account??
     
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    There are more things that can link your websites than just the ip address like adsense id which you can't change.

    For ips, you won't need them unless you want to interlink your sites which is not recommended specially when monetizing with adsense.

    Just leave everything as it is and focus more on putting more pages to your sites to make them look more professional and legit.
     
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    I'm not really interested in interlinking them, as they are all different niches, I'm just not sure about hosting 10 sites on one IP. I mean I'm doing my best to be as white hat as can be, but you never know what might upset the bi-polar Google. As far as content they have at least 5 unique articles, a few videos, Privacy policy Page, Contact Page. I'm just doing what I can to cover my bases, thanks for the info.
     
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    If you're not going to link them together what's the problem? Unique content on all of them you should be OK.

    I have over 30 Blogs on some of my accounts all with Adsense on them and I've never had a problem.

    All are WH sites with good content so no problem just think carefully before linking them together.
     
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    See the Reason that i'm thinking of hosting on different IP is that I have noticed when one site moves up the SERPS, all the sites on that IP go up with it. As well wen one moves down they all move down. I was thinking if they are not all on the same ip or even in groups of 3-4 sites per IP they might not move as one site. Of coarse was happening in the last week or 2, so it might have had something to do with Google and their algo change.
     
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    psychicBOY Newbie

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    multiple ips would be costly.
     
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    You can get several cheap shared hosting accounts from different hosting companies and have good IP diversity. KnownHost, HawkHost, Crucial Paradigm and several others have plans at $60/year or less.