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SEO hosting & Google. Do they get along?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Netvertiser, Dec 4, 2013.

  1. Netvertiser

    Netvertiser Registered Member

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    Was thinking of using SEO hosting with different c classes for my sites. Sites don't interlink, but link further to other sites. I don't want to leave a footprint for Google so I was wondering how does Google see such hosts. Do these hosts use the same subnets or are they actually really spread on different networks which google can't put together?
     
  2. thejet7

    thejet7 Newbie

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    I personally avoid SEO hosts for this reason and just get cheap hosting from sites like:

    apehost
    hostica

    Just a simple search brought these up. More expensive but safer IMO
     
  3. aseohosting

    aseohosting Newbie

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    I can't speak for other hosts, but we definitely spread things out between different subnets, data centers, ARIN/RIPE allocations, and even countries. No evidence has ever been witnessed of Google treating a multiple IP address hosting provider more poorly than any other hosting provider.
     
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  4. Rose Seo

    Rose Seo Power Member

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    SEO hosting totally spam ips use different hosting from different hosting provider.
     
  5. mrblackjack

    mrblackjack Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    For the past 3 years I worked with aseohosting.com and have 3 accounts with them. All I can tell is they are the best egarding their technology & support. A bit pricy, but worth it
     
  6. Netvertiser

    Netvertiser Registered Member

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    Anyone else recommending hosts besides aseohost?
     
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    aka sam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    you can surely use seo hosting. but for sure , results wise if you can make a larger network with different hosts and manage it..it can produce better results.
     
  8. TheLinkGuy

    TheLinkGuy Power Member

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    why bother with seohosting? the only reason to do that is to help reduce the number of accounts/logins and passwords you have.

    the best bet is to buy cheaper hosting accounts and spread your network that way. reduces footprint.
     
  9. naskootbg

    naskootbg Senior Member

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    While I reasearching for my clients I found few sites ranked in top 3 with own private network. All sites there was on the same IP, but with private registar (of course relevant domains, even PR0). This is strange, but on the most commersial hosts have 1000s domains hosted on the same IP. Is the same IP footprint for google? Yes, but why it works than? Possibly it will works, but not permanent. I think using only high pagerank backlinks and posting badly spun articles are the biggest footprints for g00gle, because its animals searching exact for this.

    If you planning to sell links, better get cheap hosts and save the mails from them, else for more domains you must use whois domainlookup to find on which host they are. Never post single spun article on all your domains from the feature private network :).

    Good Luck!
     
  10. jaheen100

    jaheen100 Newbie

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    Both are along with each other due to same changes.
     
  11. goldendeli

    goldendeli Regular Member

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    Not sure the bump was necessary for this, but go with different cheap hosting they are far better than SEO hosting and will achieve the same affect with a wider range of IP addresses.
     
  12. mindlesswizard

    mindlesswizard Supreme Member

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    I haven't tried Private blog network but as far as i have studied about those things .... it is better to go for different cheap hosting packages than to get some SEO hosting packages,
     
  13. tahworld

    tahworld Regular Member

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    Yes I agree with wizard, I wouldn't risk seo hosting.
     
  14. Blackhat_Guru

    Blackhat_Guru Regular Member Premium Member

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    Plus one for ASEOHosting.

    Dollar SEO hosting offers:

    - 100% unique nameservers to avoid footprint.

    - Email deactivated to protect the C Class IPs from getting spammed.
     
  15. bughumm

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    Site do not interlink but all ip class c is from just 1-2 server and all are in the same datacenter, same owner. Not good :)

    Better to have each site on different server/location from multiplecloud.com
     
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    xha44a Power Member

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    I haven't seen any real tests to speak of regarding this but my gut tells me not to do it. SEO hosting exists for one purpose, and Google knows that. To game their search results one way or another. They hate that and will send you to Google purgatory without so much as a "by your leave" if they have the slightest suspicion of you doing something like that.