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SEO Hosting or Multiple Shared WebHosting?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by edw.gj, Oct 22, 2013.

  1. edw.gj

    edw.gj Newbie

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    Hi there,

    I am building a private blog network for the first time, so far I have bought 3 domain names for my PBN, but I am not sure about the webhosting shall I use a Seo Hosting or Multiple Shared Webhosting ?

    + can I host 2-3 domains on the same shared hosting as I will be using Private Registration from my registrar ?

    Thanks.
     
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  2. dentawor

    dentawor Power Member

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    if you have enough money multiple shared shared hosting is better
     
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  3. dbdnvikas

    dbdnvikas Junior Member

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    "Building a Private Blog Network"

    In order to build a private blog network, you have to be very careful in linking and from the webhosting part too. You should use SEO hosting because hosting all sites under the same IP for a blog network will leave a big footprint for Google.
     
  4. blackhataffiliate

    blackhataffiliate Senior Member

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    It is my opinion that you should use multiple shared hosting accounts from different hosting companies, but in the same geographic location. So, if you are in US, then all your hosting should be US based. My opinion is based upon my own personal private networks and the fact that I have had the same network and growing for few years without being detected by G (as far as I know). I know it gets kind of expensive, but you can find good deals on hosting all over the place and especially over the next couple of months due to Thanksgiving and Christmas sales being offered by hosting companies.