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[hosting solutions] Managing 10+ websites with different IPs

Located in Web Hosting Discussion, started by Kamil, May 4, 2010

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  1. Kamil

    Kamil Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Hello,

    How to come with a problem, when I manage 10+ websites.

    I want create websites on different IPs to make it more positionable for Google (I would be able to manage from one host, 10+ different websites, each on different IP).

    Are there hosts on the market, who helps manage serveral websites on different IPs?

    Anyone know the soultion?

    Thanks,
    Kamil
     
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  2. WebIntellects - Rob

    WebIntellects - Rob Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Should they be different IPs by C-class, shouldn't they?
     
  3. ldcdc

    ldcdc Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I recall that ixwebhosting offered a number of IPs with each shared hosting account. Hostgator owns SEOhosting.com, which may be another option for you.

    Not that I believe in the whole different IPs theory, when it comes to small website networks.
     
  4. Sqnwk

    Sqnwk Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Are you hosting all 10 sites on one hosting account?
     
  5. WebIntellects - Rob

    WebIntellects - Rob Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    He is going to do. I have seen from 5-7 IPs offers by seo hosts. Perhaps you can use multiply web hosting companies for this purpose instead?
     
  6. AnyDemo

    AnyDemo Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Hello,

    Actually I am managing about 20 websites in 6 different servers in different locations. Moreover the domains are also registered from 5 different registrars with different contact emails.

    Some websites with different topics have the same IP address. I don't think all websites need to be different IP address so far you don't link them with each others seriously.

    Since I am developing the websites one by one for the past 10 years, I do not have difficulty in managing them. Of course I am mainly focusing on maintaining 4 or 5 "main" websites which have over 1,500 pages with very high traffic.

    Best regards

    Alex
     
  7. webdesignsbyapw

    webdesignsbyapw Established Member

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    I have always wondered about this. Does Godaddy do different IPs as well?
     

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