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    Multiple domains with Same Hosting


    I want to confirm one thing from you people that i have mulitiple domain name around 50 on same godaddy hosting is this effect on my SEO? because there are lots of mine website go down after this
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    Having many websites on the same C Block IP (which will be the case if you are using the same shared server for your hosting - this is likely from what you describe), with the same WHOIS data and linking between them will be an issue.

    Search engines can see right through this and know that this is not a natural occurrence. This type of thing is a prime candidate for getting a penalty.

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    no i havent linking each other
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    Hi,

    I've got .biz, .eu, .org, etc all with an url redirect to the .com site. Are you saying that I should not do this as it is causing a penalty on google? Maybe I should only use one or two domains (one for each of my two supported languages) and don't use the others?
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    Redirecting domains to a main domain is a different story. Its interlinking between multiple live sites on the same server thats an issue.

    Desoza - you may need to be a bit more specific. Are these sites all in the same Niche? And do they have the same WHOIS data? If so, thats still pretty transparent. If you have 50 completely different and unrelated sites on the same shared hosting then that is OK.
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    yes all the website have same niche and same whois
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    In that case, then yes, I would think that would be a problem.

    Are you experiencing a problem (like one site ranks but the rest don't)?

    Do you have a specific goal in mind?

    It sounds like some redirecting may be required, but that depends on what you want the sites to do.

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