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Will changing my website host affect my ranking?

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by WasbullSeo, Mar 13, 2017.

  1. WasbullSeo

    WasbullSeo BANNED BANNED

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    Hi Guys..

    I'm into cpa+ ogads i am ranking #3 for my keyword and i'm getting little traffic, but i just read online now that not all hosts accepts cpa and bh niches(DCMA). now i'm not using a dcma ignored hosting, i aslo read that when you rank and start getting good traffic, they will disable your site. I dont know if that's true. if it is, i would like to change my host, planning to use amazon vps(i dont know if they allow too) or any other dcma ignored host. now if the above is true and i decide to change my host with the same html..will it affect my ranking?
     
  2. Aty

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    Usually not, if you move fast and don't let it be offline too much. And even if you lose a couple spots, if your new hosting is stable and fast, you will get back on track in no time.
     
  3. johnnguyen1

    johnnguyen1 Newbie

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    Can not change, even if your host faster than it be better point
     
  4. CenTex Hosting

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    most of the time no. I have see it where sites do move up where they either move to a dedicated IP that is clean if they are on a shared ip and it has been blacklisted.
     
  5. CyberGenie

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    Changing your host should actually improve your SERPS as long the new host gives you a fresh/clean IP, better load speeds, etc. Changing the host should be fine as long as it doesn't mess up your load speed.