Links From Different Domain: Same IP

by rmnnet
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Suppose you have two sites with two different domains.



You own both of the sites, but they are in a different niche.


Does Google recognize and devalue links from different domains if they are on the same server/IP address?
#domain #links
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  • Profile picture of the author James Elsworth
    No it will not affect your SEO but Google prefers dedicated server/IP so that your sites will more secure and safe.
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    • Profile picture of the author rmnnet
      Originally Posted by James Elsworth View Post

      No it will not affect your SEO but Google prefers dedicated server/IP so that your sites will more secure and safe.

      What do you mean "dedicated server" IP? As in one domain per IP?
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  • Profile picture of the author Muhammad Hasan
    yes they will devalue your link because of same domain you should make different domain per site.
    that google prefers...
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    • Profile picture of the author rmnnet
      Originally Posted by Muhammad Hasan View Post

      yes they will devalue your link because of same domain you should make different domain per site.
      that google prefers...



      Well duh?



      That's not what I am asking, though.


      For instance, I have one VPS (142.384.32.whatever) with 10 sites on it.


      If I put links on from site1.com pointing to site2.com, with both of them being on that same VPS, is Google going be say "wait a minute, I think these guys are in cahoots since the the IP for these domains is the same."
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      • Profile picture of the author dee4d
        It depends on how you link them. At which tier level? Be smart, know how Google works, be careful how you link them and use these two sites well to get juice from the link..
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  • Profile picture of the author Muhammad Waleed
    i dont think so!
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  • Profile picture of the author Ndyama
    I would still say go for it no matter what, it's just not worth the total difference for that case. It doesn't really matter that much like people used to do with that. But be wary not to make all such links from the same IP address and that's really it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Monica8297
    Yes! You are absolutely right. Thank you for your sharing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Blakers1
    This is a terrible idea honestly and very risky. You're probably not going to see any issues at all doing it 2-3 times, but you're basically sending signals to Google that your server hosts a PBN with footprints.

    I'm not saying that's what you're doing, but it's smoking gun evidence that you control the links and are pointing them for SEO gain.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tony Marriott
    In the face of opposing opinions seek the source - Google!


    quote:
    Link schemes

    Any links intended to manipulate PageRank or a site's ranking in Google search results may be considered part of a link scheme and a violation of Google's Webmaster Guidelines. This includes any behavior that manipulates links to your site or outgoing links from your site.


    The first 6 words say it all.
    This is exactly what you are suggesting.


    see https://support.google.com/webmaster...er/66356?hl=en for full details



    If you have any web sites at all you should read and fully understand the Google Quality Guidelines. Anything less will lead to problems.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Originally Posted by James Elsworth View Post

    No it will not affect your SEO but Google prefers dedicated server/IP so that your sites will more secure and safe.
    No they don't.

    Originally Posted by Blakers1 View Post

    This is a terrible idea honestly and very risky. You're probably not going to see any issues at all doing it 2-3 times, but you're basically sending signals to Google that your server hosts a PBN with footprints.

    I'm not saying that's what you're doing, but it's smoking gun evidence that you control the links and are pointing them for SEO gain.
    Originally Posted by Tony Marriott View Post

    In the face of opposing opinions seek the source - Google!


    quote:
    Link schemes

    Any links intended to manipulate PageRank or a site's ranking in Google search results may be considered part of a link scheme and a violation of Google's Webmaster Guidelines. This includes any behavior that manipulates links to your site or outgoing links from your site.


    The first 6 words say it all.
    This is exactly what you are suggesting.


    see https://support.google.com/webmaster...er/66356?hl=en for full details



    If you have any web sites at all you should read and fully understand the Google Quality Guidelines. Anything less will lead to problems.


    Both of you are wrong. This is not a big deal. Companies do it all the time.

    It's not a link scheme. It's also not a PBN.

    It's just sites owned by one entity linking to one another. As long as the links are for good reason, it's totally fine.

    Now if the sites are setup in a way to try to hide that they are owned by the same entity, that would be different. The OP did not indicate that they were doing that though.
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  • Profile picture of the author almas asad
    The server can recognize it and serve the individual substance. In our reality we have extremely restricted IPV4 addresses however more sites. A web facilitating organization typically serves more than several sites from a similar server (same IP). You can have the same number of locales as you need from one Server (one IP).And it will not affect your SEO.
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  • Profile picture of the author Janvi Arora
    If you have high quality content on those sites, provide great user experience to your audience, and take care not to violate any of Google's webmaster guidelines, there is no problem with having multiple sites on a single IP( we can also call it as a shared hosting) and it won'r affect your SEO. Make sure not to create a network of sites that looks like it is designed only to link to each other, your sites don't have a thin content, or no doorway pages since Google are strict on their webmaster policies. In short, Google care about content of your websites and not IP addresses. I hope your IP address is not not known as a spammer.
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  • Profile picture of the author CherryMiss
    I would use a different IP address for the second website. I don't know the reasons but I had better ranking when I switched IP addresses.
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