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Unique IP per Domain?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by agag2, Nov 16, 2010.

  1. agag2

    agag2 Supreme Member

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    Hi
    In your experience does this make a difference => how many websites are hosted on your IP? If yes how much (big or small..)? I'm asking because to me it seems like it makes a HUGE difference.. Is this true?
     
  2. BHWhosting

    BHWhosting Newbie Premium Member

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    Yes it makes a major difference. Think of it this way... You need it for backlinks... You need it to keep the adsense sites from being connected.... You need it for your PPC sites..... These are just a few small reasons... I am sure there are many members that will go into detail if you ask on these alone.....
     
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    englandrm Senior Member

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    Don't be worried about the sites being on the same ip, except for the reasons above, unless they are in a closely related category.
     
  4. peter73

    peter73 Regular Member

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    Now that someone asked this, I also want to know because I bought a shared hosting, and had a unique IP assigned to the domain that I registered it with but the WITHOUT Whois guard, and now, I also bought another domain on that same shared hosting, BUT I also bought a separate Unique IP for that 2nd domain and I added a whois guard into it. Is that safe? Can I interlink both sites? or it will still cause a red flag on Google?

    I asked this because the customer support on that hosting kept saying that it was an ADDON Domain, but they have assigned a separate username and password for it.

    Can anybody give me an input on this? I know it is not what the OP has requested but I believe it is on the same category so PEACE! :)
     
  5. agag2

    agag2 Supreme Member

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    My questions is related to SEO example if I had 500 websites on my IP and another guy in my niche had 10 will google favor his site for SERPS ?? Alot or a little?
     
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    sikandar Senior Member

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    If you have 10 sites on one IP and if you provide links from one of your websites to another on the same IP, those links will be discounted by Google. But if you have these domains on separate class C IP addresses, you can use your sites for passing authority, pagerank by building links.
     
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    peter73 Regular Member

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    What if the domains have unique IP but they are hosted on the same shared hosting account?

     
  8. BHWhosting

    BHWhosting Newbie Premium Member

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    It does not matter how many sites are hosted on an IP address. It matters how many are in the same niche and how many are pointing to each other for backlinks. It is a double edge sword on this. That is why I started hosting with multiple IPs. It surely makes all the difference in the world...
    Google looks at the IP address first when looking to give a backlink. If there is multiple sites pointing to each other on the same IP--- See you in omitted results!

    I will answer some more questions in this thread and other threads to help some people out! Look for them if you need help understanding what and how and why!
     
  9. peter73

    peter73 Regular Member

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    You can answer my question above mate, will greatly appreciate it.

     
  10. ivictus

    ivictus Regular Member

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    Also G@@gle does not use whois info for omiting or blacklisting except when it is done by hand, which is like never. Automated whois lookups are against the overall (internic i think) terms of service even for g. Plus they are lazy and don't really care. if they catch most of the spam that uses the same ip they are happy.
     
  11. gspudic22

    gspudic22 Newbie

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    if would be much better if you had different ip for every domain
     
  12. klawre1221

    klawre1221 Regular Member

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    Google see one website per Ip. If you have a100 sites all on IP then Google considers them one site that is why it is pointless to interlink them.
     
  13. peter73

    peter73 Regular Member

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    Yes, but what if I use a shared hosting, and both of my website is hosted under that single hosting account, BUT I've bought unique IP for each of those two domain. Does that mean It is safe to interlink them?
     
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    johnybh Registered Member

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    Do the ips have unique c blocks?


    the c block is the 3rd set of numbers in your ip adress

    in this example 222 is the cblock,

    111.333.222.444

    Your goal is to have each site on a different c block if your looking to pass to pass the maximum amount of link juice.


    If you have the same cblock, then it will not be as helpful to link one to the other, but it should not hurt you either unless you have hundreds of sites. Google mite just not give you much or any link juice.
     
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    Hi,

    Just checked, and I saw the IP 111.333.222.444

    Both of the domain which is hosted under the same account has different "C-block" and also "D-block" (I don't know if D-block exists lol)
    But yes, only the A block and B block are the same.

    This means that I will not have any problem with G even if I interlink them right? Nice.


     
  16. johnybh

    johnybh Registered Member

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    If your goal is to boost em up in the search engine rankings you will only want to link one to the other, not both to each other. If you you link them both together (called a hard link exchange) google will give you less juice or no juice at all.

    Link site a to site b, not a to b and b to a.
     
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    peter73 Regular Member

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    Yes, that is what I'm planning to do. Thanks for helping mate, I guess buying dedicated IP for both of the domain is the best thing that I did.

     
  18. bobbylove321

    bobbylove321 BANNED BANNED

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    I don't recommend having many sites on one ip because if one gets banned, then there's a chance for all of them to get banned due to interlinking via IP's.

    Read more on how unique IP's can actually benefit you if done properly:

    Code:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo/251436-bobbyloves-unique-ip-domination.html
     
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    eternity BANNED BANNED

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    Get hosted in Class C Ips

    It really helps in SEO and SERP rankings
     
  20. chillking

    chillking Registered Member

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    I thinking of changing mine to BHW hosting can any one tell me will it make adiference if google has already read my websites and ip addresses and now they are suddenly going to change ?. Also im thinking of not using google anyletics because im guessing google can read your profile code can any one tell me if its worth changing my google anyletics code ? if so what alternatives are their ? thanks guys.