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    Exclamation Crosslinking of 100 websites


    I am working on about 100 websites, I want to crosslink all of them with relevant websites. On an average one website will link to 20 websites (sitewide). Now my question is would it be fine if I just host all of them on different IP or I have to host them on different class C IP?
    Do you know how and from where I could get different class C IPs?
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    The concept of cross linking is great. But careful about about two things.
    1.linking should looks link triangular.
    2.You Class C IP should be different.
    As you know, now a days Google sets different types of spam filters. Thus now a day, If you want to cross linking between your sites, Class C should be different.
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    As an analogy "shooting yourself in the foot" doesn't come close to what you're contemplating....
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    Originally Posted by glengara
    As an analogy "shooting yourself in the foot" doesn't come close to what you're contemplating....
    why? with 100 different C classes, 100 domain, and maybe (i really doubt that this is important) a few different different nameservers, who tell G that the owner is the same?
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    does nameserver matter? different class c ip address and relevant content wont take care of the cross linking problem ?
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    Google do have access to domain ownership details... in addition this type of close interlinking must stand out like a sore thumb once they have the entire overview!

    IMHO you can do this prefectly well, but should take great care not to overdo it.

    Different IP's/nameservers definitely did help last time I tested this (different Class C IP's helped and different nameservers helped more), but that was a few years ago!

    If you're determined to do it just be cautious, strive for close relevance, don't try to "force fits" that aren't really right and try to make sure that every domain has some unique incoming links "from outside the circle".
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    Originally Posted by joysam
    I am working on about 100 websites, I want to crosslink all of them with relevant websites. On an average one website will link to 20 websites (sitewide). Now my question is would it be fine if I just host all of them on different IP or I have to host them on different class C IP?
    Do you know how and from where I could get different class C IPs?
    Your in a 110 floor tower elevator and it starts to fall... a millisecond before it hits the bottom you jump up...

    a. did the jump up change anything?

    b. the answer of a. is directly related to getting knowledge of different class C IPs for 100 websites, sitewide crosslinked...

    The IP's isn't going to make any difference with the wrong content and motive and no links from elsewhere.
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    For successful cross-linking,

    1. Relevant content with Relevant links
    2. Different whois
    3. Different Class Cs
    4. Different Nameservers
    5. Different Content
    6. No interlinking of sites within same Class C
    7. Some relevant external links from outside (this always helps!!)

    What are some of the other factors, specific to cross-linking, that should be taken into consideration ? Please help!
    Last edited by cool_nice; Jan 31st, 2007 at 05:14 PM.
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    Originally Posted by cool_nice
    What are some of the other factors, specific to cross-linking, that should be taken into consideration ? Please help!
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    I am very interested in this stuff. I can not help but wonder when the penalties start kicking in. Our company wanted to do this kind of thing but was advised not to. Now all our content is on 1 domain.

    If you have 100 websites with all very good content.
    If you just host them on 1 ip
    If you interlink them inside the content and keep relevance
    If you do not over do it
    If all of the sites get good links from outsite

    I bet it wont matter with all the c class mumbo jumbo, seeing content is king. But the interlinks might not be counted as if they came from somewhere else.

    Btw 100 sites with good content lets say 300 well written pages each, = 30 000 pages of good content. That is a lot of content you got their.
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    Originally Posted by cool_nice
    For successful cross-linking,

    1. Relevant content with Relevant links
    2. Different whois
    3. Different Class Cs
    4. Different Nameservers
    5. Different Content
    6. No interlinking of sites within same Class C
    7. Some relevant external links from outside (this always helps!!)

    What are some of the other factors, specific to cross-linking, that should be taken into consideration ? Please help!
    You are incorrect on many things:

    1. you dont need to be linked by a website that have the same theme or content as yours to be ranked high

    3. Well depends, if all the links come from 1 ip that can be a problem but if you have 200 backlinks of 2000 from the same IP that will not be that serious. Remember that some hosting services only have 1 Ip for all their hosted websites.

    4. This i havent test it.

    6. Read point 3
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    Any other thoughts from the experts for successful cross-linking ?
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    I always try to avoid reciprocal links as much as I can. Since one way links are more valuable. I also avoid triangular linking.
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    Originally Posted by Mr Gump
    I always try to avoid reciprocal links as much as I can. Since one way links are more valuable. I also avoid triangular linking.
    That logic doesn't quite work for me...
    One way links are more valuable - therefore (relevant) reciprocals have some value - so avoiding them is missing opportunities (same thing applies to triangular links)...

    (However - of course - in the context of this thread the issue is one of "ownership" rather than purely "reciprocality").
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    So that's mean if i have 100 domains,put links to other 99 domains on each domain,and hosting it on same server/ip with same whois google will penalize me?
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