Web Hosting with different IP addresses

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Hey
As Internet Marketers It's better to have web sites with Different Ip's, if we target backlink selling and other SEO services. I plan to buy many web hosting account at a cheap rate with different IP addresses.
After a little research I found followin web hosting providers.

ixwebhosting It seems this provider is best
biggest-hosting.com
seowebhosting.net
SEO Hosting

Do you know related web hosting providers who give Different IP?

Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Hardi Wijaya
    Originally Posted by blog8491 View Post

    Hey
    As Internet Marketers It's better to have web sites with Different Ip's, if we target backlink selling and other SEO services. I plan to buy many web hosting account at a cheap rate with different IP addresses.
    After a little research I found followin web hosting providers.

    ixwebhosting It seems this provider is best
    biggest-hosting.com
    seowebhosting.net
    SEO Hosting

    Do you know related web hosting providers who give Different IP?

    Thanks
    Blog.
    Be careful of getting the IP. You must have control over it, not by your hosting provider. Because the IP address is much more valuable than hosting account. You can quit the hosting and still be able to own the IP. And you can sell it later if you want to quit.

    Since you've the budget to get many accounts, why not get your own server? You can find someone to configure unique IP to each account. It's much cheaper.

    [ADD] Do you know that an aged IP address is a valuable asset? But make sure that it doesn't fall on the wrong hand and get it blacklisted.


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    • Profile picture of the author Profit Master
      Originally Posted by Hardi Wijaya View Post

      Be careful of getting the IP. You must have control over it, not by your hosting provider. Because the IP address is much more valuable than hosting account. You can quit the hosting and still be able to own the IP. And you can sell it later if you want to quit.

      Since you've the budget to get many accounts, why not get your own server? You can find someone to configure unique IP to each account. It's much cheaper.

      [ADD] Do you know that an aged IP address is a valuable asset? But make sure that it doesn't fall on the wrong hand and get it blacklisted.


      Hardi
      How is it possible to obtain own IP?
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  • Profile picture of the author Rukshan
    @Hardi
    I know the value of IP. My requirement is getting 50 Different IP for 100 Blogs. What's the suitable way? I don't need dedicated servers or VPS to manage my budget.
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  • Profile picture of the author TimScott
    I highly recommend SEO-Host.com, I use them for my SEO sites, and they're amazing. You can choose which IP you want to run, each site has it's own DNS records, and they just upgraded a lot of hardware, so everything is running super fast now.
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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    Yes, Hostnine Reseller Hosting. (Check my Sig ) I have this and you can select from a number of different locations, USA (east, west, central), Asia, UK and so forth. True different IPs spread all over the globe.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alileonard
      I am researching on this topic, too. How do I install my own server and Name-server and connect different IP´s for the domains and so on. Any help? I need about 200 different class C IP´s that I can control myself and an unlimited Hosting account with C Panel.
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      • Profile picture of the author MisterE
        Ditto what GeorgR suggested... HostNine.

        They seem to always have a promotion running so search Google for a promo code.

        I have never had an issue with their hosting or support.
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  • Profile picture of the author bowdeni
    There is a school of thought that hosting sites on different IPs is beneficial for SEO, and in some regards this is true. However when search engines valuing links, diversity in C class ranges probably plays little or no role. Rather than use IPs, Google has access to domain registration data and accordingly will use that.

    In my experience, the importance of maintaining C class diversity kicks in when you are actively using blackhat and want to reduce the risk of spreading a bad link neighbourhood around your site portfolio. If a site becomes toxicated, and there are few other sites of yours hosted on that IP, it'll be harder for Google to negatively value links.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kingfish85
      Originally Posted by bowdeni View Post

      There is a school of thought that hosting sites on different IPs is beneficial for SEO, and in some regards this is true. However when search engines valuing links, diversity in C class ranges probably plays little or no role. Rather than use IPs, Google has access to domain registration data and accordingly will use that.

      In my experience, the importance of maintaining C class diversity kicks in when you are actively using blackhat and want to reduce the risk of spreading a bad link neighbourhood around your site portfolio. If a site becomes toxicated, and there are few other sites of yours hosted on that IP, it'll be harder for Google to negatively value links.
      ^This. The IP that your site is hosted on pretty much has no impact on anything unless you're using black hat methods, then it's only a matter of time until you get caught. The search engines aren't as dumb as people think they are.

      You'll notice NO hosting company can legitimately guarantee any class of IP's help SEO. If they do, they're lying to you, just like they are when it comes to unlimited disk space/bandwidth.

      This misconception comes from self proclaimed seo "experts" that are actually using shady & black hat tactics. Then when they get kicked down, they blame it on search engine updates.

      We have thousands of customer websites spanned across lots of servers using plain ol' shared IP's that have high traffic volumes & high ranks.

      Don't waste your money on IP's, find yourself a good quality web host. I see "seohosting.com" mentioned a lot, and NOT ONE TIME has Brent Oxley (former founder/ceo of HostGator) ever said that an IP or their "SEO hosting" actually helps.

      In most cases, you're paying a premium price for an IP. I mean, we sell dedicated IP's for $4/mo and they are no different than the plans for 5+ IP's costing you $7 for each IP.

      EDIT: Also, I'd like for one of the "seo experts" to pop in and explain what a search engine has to do with the class of an IP. IP classes are based on the number of hosts per network range.

      Class A 1.0.0.1 to 126.255.255.254 Supports 16 million hosts on each of 127 networks.
      Class B 128.1.0.1 to 191.255.255.254 Supports 65,000 hosts on each of 16,000 networks.
      Class C 192.0.1.1 to 223.255.254.254 Supports 254 hosts on each of 2 million networks.

      A search engine is not going to put higher value over a class C range than a class A/B range. Put quality content on your site and the hard work will pay off more than crappy/spammy content.
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  • Profile picture of the author hostsdepot
    I need this two. I use ccipclass hosting. They are down frequesntly. All my websitesd are not shown up for several days.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kingfish85
    Originally Posted by Derrick H View Post

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    So, Derrick H... care to shed any light on my previous post, since you're advertising this "SEO hosting"?
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    • Profile picture of the author Derrick H
      Originally Posted by Kingfish85 View Post

      So, Derrick H... care to shed any light on my previous post, since you're advertising this "SEO hosting"?
      Our main customers are not actively engaged in Blackhat techniques yes there are some who are out there and they believe that having the unique or dedicated C class IP's helps them which they can or they can harm you. It more or less boils down to what you are doing or what you are trying to achieve.

      In this scenario for the original poster...I think its easier to go with a "SEO hosting company" to get multiple IP's from one provider who can provide you one cPanel/WHM account to manage all of the IP's versus going to 10,15,20 different web hosting companies to achieve the same thing and have 10,15,20 different passwords to remember to get into them all. Not to mention so many web hosting companies are just buying from someone else and reselling it. There is a prime example in this thread of another C Class IP Hosting company that does exactly that.

      My final point and my point that beats the dead horse is SEO hosting is beneficial depending on what you are doing. I have seen some crazy blackhat scenarios, 3-5 tier backlink pyramids, the simple Joe just trying to make a quick buck on clickbank, to the person who just wants to manage multiple sites & multiple IP's with one log in and so much more.

      King Fish I hope my response shed's some light.

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      • Profile picture of the author Kingfish85
        Originally Posted by Derrick H View Post

        Our main customers are not actively engaged in Blackhat techniques yes there are some who are out there and they believe that having the unique or dedicated C class IP's helps them which they can or they can harm you. It more or less boils down to what you are doing or what you are trying to achieve.

        In this scenario for the original poster...I think its easier to go with a "SEO hosting company" to get multiple IP's from one provider who can provide you one cPanel/WHM account to manage all of the IP's versus going to 10,15,20 different web hosting companies to achieve the same thing and have 10,15,20 different passwords to remember to get into them all. Not to mention so many web hosting companies are just buying from someone else and reselling it. There is a prime example in this thread of another C Class IP Hosting company that does exactly that.

        My final point and my point that beats the dead horse is SEO hosting is beneficial depending on what you are doing. I have seen some crazy blackhat scenarios, 3-5 tier backlink pyramids, the simple Joe just trying to make a quick buck on clickbank, to the person who just wants to manage multiple sites & multiple IP's with one log in and so much more.

        King Fish I hope my response shed's some light.

        The bold text is exactly what I was looking for & pointing out here. So where does the class of the IP come in at? The majority of IP's being handed out to providers are either in the B or C range. Hell, 90% of our IP blocks are technically class C IP addresses.

        Now, as per our datacenter & ARIN, we require a justified reason for issuing IP's vs name based hosting, which typically is an SSL certificate or mail reasons.

        Sorry for the rant, but it burns me up to see people here continually feed new people lies about this stuff. Like I've said before, it's only a matter of time before datacenters start confiscating IP blocks used for "SEO".
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        • Profile picture of the author Derrick H
          Originally Posted by Kingfish85 View Post

          The bold text is exactly what I was looking for & pointing out here. So where does the class of the IP come in at? The majority of IP's being handed out to providers are either in the B or C range. Hell, 90% of our IP blocks are technically class C IP addresses.

          Now, as per our datacenter & ARIN, we require a justified reason for issuing IP's vs name based hosting, which typically is an SSL certificate or mail reasons.

          Sorry for the rant, but it burns me up to see people here continually feed new people lies about this stuff. Like I've said before, it's only a matter of time before datacenters start confiscating IP blocks used for "SEO".
          Kingfish85:

          I know that our success has stemmed from our PRE ARIN IP's that does not require any justification. Also we have some pretty powerful people behind us so we I am not afraid of our IP blocks getting confiscated anytime soon!

          I do not consider your post a rant but I'm not feeding anyone BS and hot air about buying these IP's and hosting from us is going to make your SEO or Internet Marketing campaigns be successful. However I have seen people take our hosting and do some incredible things and thrive in the wake of the Google Updates. Heck I just got a chance to hear Matt Cutt's 2 weeks ago at PubCon in LasVegas.

          SEO hosting isn't going anywhere until IPV6 comes into play full swing. But like I mentioned earlier and the point you highlighted. SEO hosting works for you depending on what you need it to do. Also when you do use it you still need to do work its not a one time ohhh I bought this... put up a few WordPress sites and kick my feet up and make millions. .

          SEO and Internet Marketing is all what you make it if you have good resources & tools and put the work in you can be successful.
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  • Profile picture of the author mark07
    Originally Posted by Rukshan View Post

    Hey
    As Internet Marketers It's better to have web sites with Different Ip's, if we target backlink selling and other SEO services. I plan to buy many web hosting account at a cheap rate with different IP addresses.
    After a little research I found followin web hosting providers.

    ixwebhosting It seems this provider is best
    biggest-hosting.com
    seowebhosting.net
    SEO Hosting

    Do you know related web hosting providers who give Different IP?

    Thanks
    Blog.
    yes different IP is important for selling links and SEO. But not only different ip you should change your DNS also. You should have more than one name server for this. And for your provided web hosting i use ixwebhosting before. It is cheap for different ip but when you design your site with wordpress this host not working properly. Again and again you see that you site will be dead and loading speed also slow. I dont have anyother idea about other two.
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  • Profile picture of the author Warock
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    Thanks this is the list Im going to build blog network.....
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      • Profile picture of the author SEOlover
        I do believe aseohosting company is able to satisfy the needs of the OP.
        They provide shared hosting with many different IP addresses at modest rates with high uptime and affordable prices.
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