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Setting up micro/niche sites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rugbyjack2005, Nov 3, 2012.

  1. rugbyjack2005

    rugbyjack2005 Power Member

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    I am looking to set up quite a few niche sites but want to get a bit of advise first. Does class c hosting work or is it best to buy several different standard hosting packages? Surely setting up lots of niche sites on 1 class c hosting package would be worthless as they will all have the same class A IP/subnet and Google must be wise to this right? Assuming I am right here, what's the best way of going about setting up 10 hosting providers and keeping costs to a minimum - 1 niche site on each hosting package for each money site. I have had a look on http://www.webhostingtalk.com and found loads of hosting packages that seem reasonably priced but to get the good rates, you have to buy 2 years at a time which then gets a bit pricey if you make the wrong choice. Any advise on going about this and recommendations on hosting packages would be appreciated
     
  2. tymes90

    tymes90 Regular Member

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    As you said there are a lot of sites offering hosting. Every site I set up I set up through arvixe. I set up each one with a different hosting account in order to get different ip's. It costs $7 per month, but if it is not profitable, I just cancel that hosting account and start with a new website.

    Every hosting account comes with a free domain as well, so there is no extra charge for that.
     
  3. cmorrow

    cmorrow Newbie

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    I'm currently with hgator seo hosting they offer seperate class c ips 7 per ip
     
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    A different host for each niche site is a bit overkill if you ask me. Sure, I wouldn't place 10 on one account, but I generally keep 2-4 on each host.
     
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    arvixe, hostwinds, host the name, and i got a couple of ipages promo for 1$/year :)
     
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    Ixwebhosting has several free dedicated IPs in their shared hosting package,however, the loading speed is bit slow compared to other hosting companies.
     
  8. rugbyjack2005

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    Perfect thanks. I didn't understand the last bit though. Can you run different companies hosting packages through 1 account?
     
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    Last time I checked Google had indexed ~50 billion web pages .. there are only 4 billion available IP addresses.

    Now a lot of those don't run websites - for example 6.0.0.0 to 7.255.255.255 - at least 1% of all IP's are allocated to the US Department of Defence and you can bet their not using them all for websites. Then you have IP ranges owned/operated by Internet Service Providers, its likely that most people connected to the internet are using an IPv4 address - sure some of them will be behind a NAT Firewall .. so of the 2 billion people connected to the internet, allow about 1.5 billion unique IP addresses.

    So what's left? I'd guess a little less than 2 billion IP's available for use as servers/hosting. So its not unusual to have more than one webpage/website on a single IP address. Typically "shared hosting" providers will run between 500 and 2000 websites on a single server/IP. You can easily run a handful (5-10) micro-niche websites from a single VPS account.

    Where multiple IP's come in handy are if you are building a private blog network or link wheel, in that case you want different IP's and different providers (lots of different $1 VPS providers will do).
     
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    mean you can't setup multi micro niche in 1 shared hosting ?
    I think this is a no problem
    1 shared hosting with multi Micro niche sites , and no problem in it !
     
  11. rugbyjack2005

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    Most people host several websites on shared hosting packages so it stands to reason that there are more websites than IPs. This isn't overly relevant to what i am trying to achieve though. I am trying to build on my tier 1 links by creating micro niche sites and therefore having the sites come from different IPs is important. My question was whether different class c IPs was enough or whether it was better to buy several cheap hosting packages to diversify class A IPs. I also asked for tips on finding good quality cheap hosting as there are loads.