Re: Same IP address, bad for promotion?|
From Chris Sharkey at Ozstays
on 7 Feb '03
replying to Re: Same IP address, bad for promotion? posted by Inachu
Yeah I guess its just common sense really. If you try and fool
them, they know all the techniques and they'll ban you. But if
you're genuine like we are (I admit our doorway sites are garbage
but they do like to genuine content) then I don't see why they
would have a problem.
Like I said earlier I think I will host the major doorway sites
on seperate IP addresses and then channel them into the other
sites which will all be running on the same one, hopefully this
should be sufficient. I'm already running two big doorway sites
on the same IP and they are getting a great response so at least
peliminarily its working fine.
Good luck with the jub Inachu! I really hope you get it! Imagine
the insights you'll have then! Although I guess you will have to
sign a non-disclosure agreement or something and then you'll be
no use to us!
>With what we know historically is that you could host hundreds of
>webpages on the same ip address. But around the time before
>infoseek was bought out they wised up and found some were
>spamming the index with this method.
>Just as long as you research your keywords/methods and you dont
>spam having repetitive keywords in the same order same
>and same over all theme then it should not be considered spam.
>If its more than 5 webpages you are hosting then I would get
>(I put in my resume to work at google.)
>I hope I get it!
>>I will soon be running multiple web sites all on the same subject
>>(accommodation), these will be very related in content and will
>>overlap on they keywords that they target. I have my own web
>>server and all my web sites run using vhosts on the same IP
>>1/ Will my sites be penalised because they are all on the same IP
>>2/ Does linking between my different sites have less effect
>>because they are on the same IP address
>>3/ Is it worth getting other IP addresses for the major doorway sites?