Hello, SEOhosting.com has been #1 for the keyword "SEO hosting" for years. They maintained their rankings pretty steady (since they're a hostgator company). Last month I noticed SEOhosting.com's rankings had taken a major hit and SEOhost.com (which was #2 until now) is #1. SEOhosting.com was pushed to #10 or so. An exact match domain for the keyword: SEO hosting I spoke to a sales rep on SEOhost.com about this and they said that there are many factors that SEOhosting.com overlooks in its services. Like unique rDNS for each IP and unique nameservers along with each C Class IP. Maybe their own link-building-network got hit because they don't use unique nameservers and rDNS with each C Class IP. However, that is not a very well researched conclusion. I'd like to know what the experts at BHW have to say about this. How can a domain with the link authority of SEOhosting.com being an exact match get pushed down to #10. They probably tripped a Google filter spam that they shouldn't have. How did SEOhost.com manage to maintain its rankings when SEOhosting.com got hit? What's your take on it? PS: This could make an amazing case study for us.