For those of you that don't have Hostgator, a Baby account is one of the basic hosting packages that features unlimited bandwidth, Unlimited disk space and unlimited add-on domains.
What I can't seem to figure out is why my primary domain was so much easier to rank than my add-on domains. The weird part about it is that my primary domain had a much more competitive keyword yet, I was still able to get on page one of Google within just a few weeks.
With my add-on domains, I'm struggling to get them on the first five pages of Google with just medium to low competition keywords.
As far as SEO goes, I have the primary keyword in the title of all my domains and the on page and off page SEO was done the same for all domains.
I remember reading somewhere that using a reseller account makes it a lot easier to rank domains. Maybe because each domain would have its own individual IP?
So basically I'm just wondering if Google shows more love to domains that have individual ip addresses other than domains that are just add ons to your primary domain?
Geez, I hope this makes sense, as you can see I'm not too good at explaining all this technical stuff.
If you have any ideas or suggestions please feel free to chime in.