SEO Hosting Different C-class IPS

by Goath
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Hi all,

I did a little bit of research for seo hosting who give you the opportunity to assign each website a different C-class IP. If I have 45 websites, I will have to pay up to $210 per month. It's - in my opinion - too expensive.

Is there any other possibility to manage all of my websites from one control panel AND assign every website a different C-CLASS IP.

What do you recommend me to do if I want to get as much websites as possible on a different IP.

Thanks in advance for your help..
#cclass #hosting #ips #seo
  • Profile picture of the author Melissa82
    Shared IP SEO Hosting might be an option for you. You still get access to 45 IP's but drastically lower the price from SEO hosting using dedicated IP's.
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  • Profile picture of the author kkchoon
    I would recommend you go for VPS SEO hosting. WHM allows you to control your IP and to which website you would like to assign.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ikmal Syifai
      Originally Posted by kkchoon View Post

      I would recommend you go for VPS SEO hosting. WHM allows you to control your IP and to which website you would like to assign.
      I agree with kkchoon, WHM will give you some flexible control. You can use thrustvps if you want an affordable VPS hosting.
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      • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
        Originally Posted by Ikmal Syifai View Post

        I agree with kkchoon, WHM will give you some flexible control. You can use thrustvps if you want an affordable VPS hosting.
        KKchoon is wrong. A standard VPS provider is not going to give you any quantity of Class C IPs. You and he are confusing separate IPs with class C Ips. For SEO hosting you want seperate Class C IPs not just separate IPs
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  • Profile picture of the author wahidswebgarage
    Many hosts offer $1 c class ips.So it shouldn't me more then little over $50
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
    Originally Posted by Goath View Post

    Hi all,

    I did a little bit of research for seo hosting who give you the opportunity to assign each website a different C-class IP. If I have 45 websites, I will have to pay up to $210 per month. It's - in my opinion - too expensive.
    Try these guys. Many of my students building their own network pay nowhere near that.


    Multiple C-Class IP SEO Hosting
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    • Profile picture of the author Melissa82
      Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

      Try these guys. Many of my students building their own network pay nowhere near that.


      Multiple C-Class IP SEO Hosting

      Mike do you know if Skynet uses dedicated or shared IP SEO Hosting? They don't seem to indicate either way so I'd have to guess they only offer shared. Please confirm if you know, thanks.
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      • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
        Originally Posted by Melissa82 View Post

        Mike do you know if Skynet uses dedicated or shared IP SEO Hosting? They don't seem to indicate either way so I'd have to guess they only offer shared. Please confirm if you know, thanks.
        For the most part I would say shared. Not as good as dedicated but does address the issue of interlinking on your own sites.
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        • Profile picture of the author SkyNetHosting
          Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

          Mike do you know if Skynet uses dedicated or shared IP SEO Hosting?
          For the most part I would say shared. Not as good as dedicated but does address the issue of interlinking on your own sites.
          Thanks for the input We can also offer c-class dedicated IP's on request for an additional fee but it doesn't make much sense to pay an extra for the same C-Class IP. Google have clearly mentioned multiples times that they never ban IP's, they ban domains.
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  • Profile picture of the author Fernando Veloso
    Some of the so called "SEO Hosting" companies are constantly on G's target, so be aware that even with 40 different C-Classes you can get "caught" fast.

    That said, I prefer shared hosting in multiple companies worldwide, with a evolving network and hundreds of different niche/market websites. Last year we had less then 100, now we're crossing new limits, and next year we'll be the proud owners of even more websites (maybe 100 more).

    And NO, we don't accept customers beside our PT ones.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Originally Posted by Fernando Veloso View Post

      Some of the so called "SEO Hosting" companies are constantly on G's target, so be aware that even with 40 different C-Classes you can get "caught" fast.
      I don't agree with a lot said here, but that's a pretty good point.

      If you are dong bad things, you can only hide for so long.

      If you are doing things to shmooze google, not a good choice either.

      I always say, if you are not doing bad or shady things, nobody should
      care.

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      • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
        Originally Posted by paulgl View Post


        I always say, if you are not doing bad or shady things, nobody should
        care.

        Paul
        Paul give it a break. Saying Google does not like something does not make them the sole arbiter or what is "Bad" or "shady". As I have said frequently I have seen Google themselves linking to partner sites with followed links in direct contradiction to what they claim should be done. I know countless high Profile and high authority sites that Google raves about and does business with that link to other sister sites again with followed links. If you haven't then you are blind.

        Google cannot tell any business that they should not promote their own sites on their own pages. A SEO network is very similar. Granted there are a variety of qualities to SEO networks. Some are junk and have nothing but junk spun content but some are nothing more than businesse owned by a single entity. I can point you to a major Job site and another insurance company that interlinks from its various divisions and those cause it to rank. The divisions are sufficiently big that they are on separate servers and class C Ips.

        You merely assume that the sites are all garbage with spun content. they are not all setup that way. Now if Google does things a certain way and then does it themselves and if the top companies do the same why shouldn't anyone emulate what works and not skip it just because Google does different than it states should be done. ANY link that is placed on a site to another on the basis of a financial incentive is a bought and therefore manipulated link. Saying big businesses that have partnerships can do it but no one else can hardly makes it shady or bad. It just makes it hypocritical.

        If you take away ANY link by which there is ANY financial incentive behind it there is probably not a site on the net that would not have at least one taken away.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by Fernando Veloso View Post

      That said, I prefer shared hosting in multiple companies worldwide, with a evolving network and hundreds of different niche/market websites.
      Good point. So do I. Much prefer shared hosting and keep alot of my sites on that. SEO hosting in general has a really bad track record on reliable hosting
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  • Profile picture of the author Andrew S
    I don't advocate keeping your money sites on anything less than shared hosting. SEO hosts are purely for creating mini-sites to boost your money sites.

    I have my sites spread across a dedicated server, a handful of shared/VPS hosting accounts (Hostgator, Dreamhost, and, Bluehost) and keep my private networks on a couple different shared hosts (B and C Class IPs).

    If I were you I would worry more about uptime for your money sites rather than what IPs they are on.
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  • Profile picture of the author Grazina
    The best SEO hosting is aseohosting.com.
    They have active 24 hour support and their pricing is affordable.
    Highly recommended.
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    • Profile picture of the author kkchoon
      Originally Posted by Grazina View Post

      The best SEO hosting is aseohosting.com.
      They have active 24 hour support and their pricing is affordable.
      Highly recommended.
      M... bad experience with them. Although they did refund me, but when you encounter any technical problem, they will ignore your message and doesn't really solve the problem.

      However, if you are lucky enough to make it right the first time, their network still relatively stable and recommended - only that you have to pay a bit more as compared to other hosting company.
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  • Profile picture of the author WebSnow
    Originally Posted by Goath View Post

    Hi all,

    I did a little bit of research for seo hosting who give you the opportunity to assign each website a different C-class IP. If I have 45 websites, I will have to pay up to $210 per month. It's - in my opinion - too expensive.

    Is there any other possibility to manage all of my websites from one control panel AND assign every website a different C-CLASS IP.

    What do you recommend me to do if I want to get as much websites as possible on a different IP.

    Thanks in advance for your help..
    Hello Goath Please Check this site SeoAlienHost.com
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    You will have one WHM reseller can control all accounts and each account has Cpanel, you aloso can do private name server
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  • Profile picture of the author sackboy127
    If you're planning to set up your own private blog network, it's better to use as many completely separate hosting packs as possible (like from not even the same company), and try not leaving any footprint (different themes, site structure, don't use the same plugins, don't set up the sites all at once, and update them roughly at the same time, etc.). You really have to pay attention to a crapload of things, but it's worth it in the end.
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    • Profile picture of the author multiplecloud
      Originally Posted by sackboy127 View Post

      If you're planning to set up your own private blog network, it's better to use as many completely separate hosting packs as possible (like from not even the same company), and try not leaving any footprint (different themes, site structure, don't use the same plugins, don't set up the sites all at once, and update them roughly at the same time, etc.). You really have to pay attention to a crapload of things, but it's worth it in the end.
      Totally agree to this concept. Multiple location hosting. Seperated server/location. Can make more sense than Hosting that rely on IP but in the same server.

      It's safer but one draw back is you should have seperated control panel each, as each account completely seperated. However, it worth thing to do.
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  • Profile picture of the author seopratik
    You can use VPS hosting where you can select your own configuration for your hosting server. So, it will be cheaper and reliable too.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vilvop
    I think aseohosting is decent enough to meet SEO needs of the webmasters.
    Check out their plans and maybe they will be good for your demands.
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  • Profile picture of the author webdevpro
    You can only use as many different IPs as are assigned by your hosting company. So find a good host that can provide you the required number of IPs at affordable price.
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