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Best way of making your sites' IPs different.

Discussion in 'Site & Server Administration' started by MartinStone, Sep 26, 2006.

  1. #1
    What is the best way of changing your sites' IPs so that Google count them as different IPs?

    Many thanks.
    SEMrush
     
    MartinStone, Sep 26, 2006 IP
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  2. nevetS

    nevetS Evolving Dragon

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    I'm going to go out on a limb here, and say - Use different IP addresses.

    You could use different hosting companies for various sites, or host your servers in different data centers. If you sign up for another site with the same hosting company weeks or months later, they might put you on a different server with different IPs.

    Really, though, if you put together a decent link building campaign, the variance of the IPs in your backlinks will occur naturally.
     
    nevetS, Sep 26, 2006 IP
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  3. adamovic

    adamovic Active Member

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    #3
    I haven't seen much advantage of having multiple hosting / multiple sites.
    Those 5 backlinks you can earn that way from other website of yours... aren't much important, IMHO.
     
    adamovic, Sep 26, 2006 IP
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    Also most of the big host can offer supplementals ip on different C-class for an additional charge,
     
    zetas, Sep 26, 2006 IP
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    supraturbo Active Member

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    yah theres lots of hosts out there that will let you choose a ip on a diffrent class c for a fee around 5 dollars.
     
    supraturbo, Sep 27, 2006 IP
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    I think it has to do with the domain name , This is where the backlink come in handy.:) GL
     
    kirby009, Sep 28, 2006 IP
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    websys Active Member

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    i have had some customers who requested such , who just wanted sites hosted on Indian servers just for seo purposes.... but personally i have not seen much difference .... i have seen many good sites advocate it so there must be some weight in it
     
    websys, Sep 28, 2006 IP
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    IP's really don't make a difference unless you're running like secure stuff (ecommerce etc...).

    Um, but if you really wanted to, some hosting companies do unique IPs.

    And, LOL nevetS
     
    bluesync, Sep 28, 2006 IP
  9. MartinStone

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    #9
    Thanks for your help guys.

    And one more question. One hosting company can provide with different IP addresses, but they won't be completely different, you know what I mean?
    Only the last digits will be different.

    Is that ok for search engines, especially Google? I mean, will it determine such IPs as IPs on different C classes?

    Thanks.
     
    MartinStone, Oct 4, 2006 IP
  10. mad4

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    IP address makes no difference at all. Don't forget your 2 IP different IP addresses will still be registered to the same host in the same geographical location.

    Also the whois details for the 2 sites may give the game away.......
     
    mad4, Oct 4, 2006 IP
  11. MartinStone

    MartinStone Banned

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    #11
    This is what I wonder.

    Do they actually care about:
    1. Different IPs or different hosts? Or both?
    2. Geographical location?


    Should I better use different hosting companies then?
     
    MartinStone, Oct 4, 2006 IP
  12. mad4

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    If your site is relying on links from your other sites then you have bigger things to worry about IMO.
     
    mad4, Oct 4, 2006 IP
  13. MartinStone

    MartinStone Banned

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    #13
    What exactly do you mean?
    Which things to worry about?
     
    MartinStone, Oct 4, 2006 IP
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    #14
    You need to get some links from sites that are not yours.
     
    mad4, Oct 4, 2006 IP
  15. MartinStone

    MartinStone Banned

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    #15
    Yea, I know that, but what's wrong with links from my own sites if they all have different IPs?
    What's the difference?
     
    MartinStone, Oct 4, 2006 IP
  16. mad4

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    #16
    If google suddenly devalues the links from your sites then you end up with no links.
     
    mad4, Oct 4, 2006 IP
  17. MartinStone

    MartinStone Banned

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    #17
    How to avoid that?
    How can Google know that those are mine sites?

    If sites are hosted on the same hosting company, it doesn't mean yet they belong to the same person though.
    Which else factors should I consider?

    Thanks for sharing.
     
    MartinStone, Oct 4, 2006 IP
  18. MartinStone

    MartinStone Banned

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    Can anyone help?
     
    MartinStone, Oct 9, 2006 IP
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    dcristo Illustrious Member

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    #19
    Try and have your sites hosted on different C-class IP blocks. ie. different hosting companies.
     
    dcristo, Oct 9, 2006 IP
  20. MartinStone

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    #20
    Is a way of making my sites just different IPs hosted on one hosting is a bad idea?

    Thanks.
     
    MartinStone, Oct 15, 2006 IP