- Has anyone found that by using the respective ccTLD (.co.uk, .com.au etc) - even when hosted outside of country of target audience - it was making a big difference with appearing on the local Google results?
- Does it matter (for SEO) which domain registrar (independent from the web host!) I am using (i.e. USA or Australia or UK for instance), at all?
- Is there any advantage of using dedicated IP addresses (perhaps even one for each domain) on a shared server environment? You can get this for a couple $ per month extra with some hosts. Is being on a shared server with hundreds of others on the same IP block a potential problem and could result in my domains being banned/slapped by Google if one of the other guys does BH or spammy stuff?
- What's this with nameservers? All I know is you update the nameserver information as provided by your web host, on your domain panel. But I have heard you can manage nameserver info (is that the same as DNS?) yourself? That sounds complex...and why would you do it?