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You recommend this c-class host?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by loginname, Oct 17, 2010.

  1. loginname

    loginname Regular Member

    Oct 1, 2008
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    I've bought Backlink Index Express and are about to setup those 5 blogs hosted on 5 different c-class ip, each blog has it's unique ip and unique nameserver. I'm considering this host

    But there is an issue here, if I use the ping command against any of the blogs I will get the ip of each individual blog, that's fine. But if I know ping using any of those unique ip addresses I will get the same domain. So it looks like some of the domains become the default domain and it is displayed if I ping any of the ip addresses.

    Worried if googlebot can see that those blogs are related. I had a chat with a support guy there and he said he doubted googlebot would check this.

    Great support by the way, and 99.9% uptime is very good. I've used hostgator over a year and is satisfied with them, but not used c-class package before.

    any thoughts on this?
  2. wookie85

    wookie85 Regular Member

    Apr 14, 2009
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    If you want to make sure google does not connect the blogs just put them on different hosting accounts, there is no other way. Seo hosting is good, I've used them for a couple of months but you can never be sure what google knows...
  3. belko002

    belko002 Registered Member

    Jul 4, 2010
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    It's funny...I was listening to some folks on SEOBook talk about this...The basic sentiment was that Google has openly said it doesn't like SEO and they're surely going to flag servers calling themselves "SEO servers". Also, you've got to keep in mind what kind of company you'll be keeping on the server. While you might be doing something that's not too outrageous, a lot of poeple will likely create a gigantic red flag on that server's address.