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Dec 10th, 2012, 10:57 AM
I need some seo specialists help.
I am very preoccupied about the question that I have.
I always knew that the more backlinks from the same IP address i get, the less link juice they pass, so I need backlinks becoming from websites with different IP addresses.
All my websites are hosted on the same IP address and I build backlinks from the same 10 -20 sources.
So here is my question: If I get backlinks to all my new websites which are hosted on the same IP, from the same sources, the new backlinks becoming less and less powerful all the time? Or I am getting this wrong?
Thank You in advance for any reply and sorry for my bad English.
Last edited by Woo; Dec 10th, 2012 at 10:58 AM.
Dec 10th, 2012, 11:04 AM
Have you considered getting backlinks from OTHER sources than your own?
Dec 10th, 2012, 11:21 AM
You are correct in your assumption that these links will be of little to no value.
It could in fact be worse than that. You run the risk of having a penalty placed on one or all of your sites because the search engines can tell that you are artificially trying to manipulate their rankings by placing lots of links from sites under your control.
I would urge you to generate back links from multiple sources.
Dec 10th, 2012, 11:25 AM
Last edited by NathanielB; Dec 10th, 2012 at 11:27 AM.
Dec 10th, 2012, 03:19 PM
Well guys I am sorry I didn't explained the situation good enough and all of You got me wrong. So please let me try to explain the situation one more time.
On my hosting I have about 10 websites hosted on a same IP address. Every time I run a new website I start with my SEO campaign which contains about 80-90% of contextual links with different keywords pointing to different pages. Usually I submit my articles to 10-15 article directories and press release sites. All thees sites have PR 2-6 and different IP addresses.
Now every time when I start a new website I run new SEO campaign and I use the same sites to submit my articles and get backlinks, so practically every time I get more and more backlinks from the same IP's to the same IP.
So here starts my preoccupation. My websites (domain names etc.) every time are new, but at the other hand they are on the same IP, so by getting more and more backlinks from the same sources to a new websites which are hosted on the same IP I am loosing weight of my backlinks or not?
Last edited by Woo; Dec 10th, 2012 at 03:25 PM.
Dec 10th, 2012, 03:47 PM
They barely have any "weight" to begin with, links anyone can get aren't worth much.. ie link farms like article directories.
Originally Posted by Woo
^ Try reading the stickies in the link popularity forum for ideas on link building.
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Dec 10th, 2012, 04:17 PM
Well I live in Lithuania (a small Country). Most of our article directories are not link farms yet so far. Some of them have less than 100 articles, but good age, PR and I think that google treats thees sites like normal blogs. Infact I am not a newbie in SEO I have really good results using thoes sites for seo campaigns even in a really competitive loans niche. I know enough about best techniques to use after google P&P updates. Quality, naturality, diversity, importance of social signals, etc.
Originally Posted by DarrenHaye
All I ask is the answer to my previous question from people who are good in SEO Since it is very important to me..
Dec 11th, 2012, 11:56 AM
Do you do any interlinking between the sites on your on your hosting platform on the same IP?
In answer to your question, I would think that if the majority of sites on the same IP (presumably with the same WHOIS data) had largely the same back link profile the game is up. Thats pretty obvious and I think search engines would see through this and either devalue the links or penalize the site.