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Godaddy Multi Hosting - Are All Domains On Same Ip Range?


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#1 lister

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Posted 21 May 2014 - 02:53 AM

I have about 30 domains on one hosting package with GoDaddy -

These 30 domains belong to several clients.

Out of interest, would you say that these domains all share the same IP or IP range and therefore would search engines regard them all as owned by the same person and is every single domain 100% unique?

Thanks



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Posted 21 May 2014 - 05:06 AM

Do you pay for a dedicated IP for each domain?


Domains on the same IP does NOT mean they are "owned" by any particular individual, after around TWENTY YEARS of 'name based hosting' being possible (HTTP/1.0 c1996) search engines are well aware of the concept of 'shared hosting'.

The silliness of using different "Class C IPs" to prove that you DON'T own a link network (or a bunch of 'directories') belongs well and truly in the last century, it's just one more myth that really should have run it's course by now.

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Posted 21 May 2014 - 05:33 AM

OK - thanks - as I thought.

Let me ask you something else pls -

Does the Google algo (Yahoo etc) search and take into consideration allwhois?



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Posted 21 May 2014 - 06:47 AM

I'd only be concerned if they were all offering the same products or services. 



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Posted 21 May 2014 - 10:56 AM

OK - thanks - as I thought.

Let me ask you something else pls -

Does the Google algo (Yahoo etc) search and take into consideration allwhois?

It's really not an issue. Even if your blogs were all just built for links, you could anonymously register them and host them at different data centers and chances are pretty good that Google would eventually be able to connect many of them to you (or to the same destinations).

If the sites are legitimate, providing good valuable content to real people, you don't ever need to worry about IP addresses for search engine optimization.

Unique IP addresses really only matter for email and a few arcane services most people will never use. And, frankly, the way many people block email these days, it would almost be better to just let a major email service handle your domain email services.




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