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Wordpress Blog IP

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by J0kerz, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. J0kerz

    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    Hey,

    Lets say you create 100 different Wordpress Blogs. They all will have the same IP.

    If you link to your money site using these blogs, it will count as 100 Backlinks from the same IP.

    Google habitually devaluate links coming from the same IP.

    But what about Wordpress?

    I bet that Google doesnt devaluate backlink coming from Wordpress IP...
     
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  2. mrtenev

    mrtenev Junior Member

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    You have to try it for yourself and see it. I think there is no difference if you have 100 wordpress blogs hosted on your IP or 100 wordpress.com blogs hosted for free.
     
  3. Bostoncab

    Bostoncab Elite Member

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    I have been wondering this myself. Does each blog you set up on wordpress.com or blogger have its own ip? Does google count blogger links?
    What about other such sites like Weebly?

    If I set up 400 Weebly blogs and keep linking them in.. I can churn out bad content all day.. I do it here on BHW for free!
     
  4. Method

    Method Registered Member

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    That made me lol! I expect they'd be spread across multiple servers on many different IPs.
     
  5. GuitarWizard

    GuitarWizard Newbie

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    So if I make 100 crappy blogs on blogger would backlinking to these really count as "good" backlinks? They wouldn't be ranked or anything so how good would the links actually be?
     
  6. swetha

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    well you can have 1 public IP then you can have 100 different static ip addresses with your PUBLIC IP this will solve your problem