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(Want to ASK) If my sites banned, is the hosting ip also got banned?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by burukutuk, Jan 10, 2016.

  1. burukutuk

    burukutuk Registered Member

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    Hello, I want to ask fellow blackhatworld member. Sorry for my bad English, i'm not a native speaker. Ok, lets get to the point. Recently three of my sites just got banned. These three were hosted on same hosting, i'm using Hawkhost dedicated hosting. I already know my fault. Now I want to build new white hat site. What I confuse here is whether it is safe or not to build new site on the same hosting as previous banned site? I mean, is Google already banned the hosting ip? Should I buy new hosting package or is it okay to use the old one same as before?

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  2. DJPaulyD

    DJPaulyD Power Member

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    It depends on why it was banned. Are you hosting anything of the illegal nature?
     
  3. burukutuk

    burukutuk Registered Member

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    I think the problem because of spam. But I don't get manual actions, I just check on Google Webmaster. Anyway, I already delete the old banned domain. Now, I want to start the new one, with new domain also. But I don't use new hosting account, is it safe if I still put all the new site on the same hosting account as previous one?
     
  4. olivewin

    olivewin Newbie

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    Hi,
    If your site is banned then its not sure that ip address will also be banned.
     
  5. Jobdollarr

    Jobdollarr Supreme Member

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    Ip maybe you are not prohibited, but because the website you violating the terms of google, ip will disappear from the SERP and keywords that you planted earlier.
    We recommend that you build a new domain with the building of new content
     
  6. kitteh101

    kitteh101 Regular Member

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    I havn't personally experienced your problem but if you really want to protect the investment of time into your new site i would maybe just get a new hosting , is it that hard for your situation? (That awkward moment when somebody say my english not very good , but has better english then most)

    ummm what? that makes NO SENSE

     
    Last edited: Jan 16, 2016
  7. AbeloHost

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    You can check whether the IP is banned or blacklisted by checking a blacklist online. If it's clean, then there is no real problem. If your websites aren't considered legal then I'd suggest moving to another IP.