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#1 Traffic-Bug

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Posted 27 January 2009 - 03:43 AM

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There are some linking requirement specs that say backlinks must come from multiple class-C IPs. Can somebody please comment on whether having backlinks from multiple domains (with same IP) has any Google penalty. All links are within relevant unique content - its just that they are from the same hosting package with the same web host so they have the same IP.

Also, another clarification: is there any penalty if you have many back links that are primarily pointing back at you from .co.cc domains? Assume again everything is relevant unique content with different anchor text.

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Posted 27 January 2009 - 08:29 AM

Links from multiple class C's are often just an indication of more natural links, since most sites are not on the same ip class. From the opposite point of view, a ton of links from the same ip class can be an indication that someone is trying to manipulate backlinks, link popularity and PageRank.

More often than not overcooking links like this will simply cause those same class links to be devalued. While this may feel like a penalty, it's not. Instead you're simply not getting the linking benefit. If you really overcook it that's when it becomes a situation where you may get categorized as being a link manipulator by attempting to create your own little closed loop system.

The up side being that if you look at each and every link from the visitor perspective you'll never run into a problem. Because there is basically never a case where a link from every or most sites that happen to sit on the same server network are totally relevant and good suggestions for users. It just doesn't happen in the natural course of events.

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 01:41 AM

there's no penalty, but if you get a lot of links from different domains and same IP. Then I think google would flag you for human checking.

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 12:15 PM

QUOTE(Randy @ Jan 27 2009, 01:29 PM) View Post
Links from multiple class C's are often just an indication of more natural links, since most sites are not on the same ip class. From the opposite point of view, a ton of links from the same ip class can be an indication that someone is trying to manipulate backlinks, link popularity and PageRank.

More often than not overcooking links like this will simply cause those same class links to be devalued. While this may feel like a penalty, it's not. Instead you're simply not getting the linking benefit. If you really overcook it that's when it becomes a situation where you may get categorized as being a link manipulator by attempting to create your own little closed loop system.

The up side being that if you look at each and every link from the visitor perspective you'll never run into a problem. Because there is basically never a case where a link from every or most sites that happen to sit on the same server network are totally relevant and good suggestions for users. It just doesn't happen in the natural course of events.


lol classfull addressing ie A,B,C,D and E on the internet have gone the way of the Man with the red flag has in the car industry what i suspect will raise problems is having links from hundereds of sites hosted on the same ip or ips that are adjacent to each other in a network sense.

http://en.wikipedia....-Domain_Routing



#5 Andrew Scherer

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Posted 12 February 2009 - 05:12 PM

If you're interlinking from between your sites its a good idea to have them all on different C class IPs.

There are some webhosts now that will hook you up with 10 C class IPs for a low $15 - $20 bucks a month. Well worth the price.

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Posted 03 March 2009 - 07:22 AM

Why would you pay 15 - 20 dollars a month for something that hasn't existed for 15 years?


BTW I have a Dodo I will happily sell you for 10k




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