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Whois & Hosting Querry Post-Penguin

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by true_promote, May 24, 2014.

  1. true_promote

    true_promote Registered Member

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    I owned 7 domains and they were all penalized by penguin. They were hosted on the same hosting account with each domain having open whois records(identical ownership details). I have decided to comeback by building fresh new websites rather than trying to resurrect them. I will have new original content and avoid crap backlinks. Now here goes my question:

    #1 --> If I build a new site and host it on this same hosting account and have open domain whois, then will I be facing an automatic penalty because of my previous history?

    #2 --> How many of you actually have the experience of having SEO success with a new site with same open whois and same hosting.

    I am looking forward for your kind replies.
    Thanks
     
  2. lover

    lover Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Never had issue with hosting multiple sites on same hosting. If you are worried, just fake the whois info of your domain.
     
  3. true_promote

    true_promote Registered Member

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    I meant were there any ranking issues because of previous penguin penalty and linked IP & whois?
     
  4. SinfulPromotions

    SinfulPromotions BANNED BANNED

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    This is what I was asking on my thread, but I'm not sure if I've found the answer to this either... Maybe somebody knows.
     
  5. wizdorf

    wizdorf Regular Member

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    Hosting information has nothing to do with Penguin.

    It's always best to fix the domains than to start over, however if you don't really have any good links to begin with then by all means start over.