Is Skynethosting Safe ?

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Hi guys,

I just wondered if any of you have heard about any problems using Skynethosting ?

I have seen a few posts about google targeting this seo hosting company and just wondered if its really a problem is google deindexing and targeting Skynethost ?

thanks James
#safe #skynethosting
  • Profile picture of the author Kingfish85
    First, what are your hosting requirements? Some aspects of "SEO" hosting are not only bogus, but a waste of IP addresses.

    What's your budget?

    Are you looking for shared, reseller, VPS or dedicated hosting?

    I'd be willing to put my rep on the line and say the only "semi-legit" seo hosting claiming company is the one offered by HG, which is now EIG. It's nothing more than a company selling a range of IP's at a premium price.

    NONE of these companies can honestly tell you that using their class C IP's are going to help your SEO position. If you're running shady link farms and trying to game the search engines, then sure, maybe until you get caught.

    Quoted from another expert in the industry:

    Well, to make two easy examples, aseohosting and rockstarvps both make that claim in their past WHT posts (within past 6 months). Sometimes its not written on the host's own site specifically, but you can follow these people elsewhere online, such as Facebook/Twitter and forums. I've yet to see Brent state "IP addresses help SEO", unlike the other hosting owners.

    What I find amusing is how some owners will half-claim IP addresses help, seemingly battling their ethics against their desire to market a shady service. Deep down, they know "SEO hosting" is BS, but it's hard to turn away the extra money. (i.e. "SEO hosting works, but it's not just IPs." -- WTF??? -- SEO hosting is shared hosting with extra IP addresses, nothing more!) It's not too dissimilar from the fake review sites that push crappy hosts for their own financial gain, instead of actually helping people to find a quality host.

    From the hosting side, "SEO hosting" is nothing more than a premium bounty on top of a normal $5 shared account -- marked up 500%+. It's literally a stupid tax.

    So you have to consider the type of people you're dealing with. Legitimate hosts want nothing to do with this semi-scammy service.

    Aside from wasting IPv4 space, it also attracts needy customers -- the people who know zero about creating websites, but want to get rich from it. (Many of them are self-proclaimed "affiliate marketers" looking for ways to scam search engines into giving their crappy thin-content mostly-fake "review" site a high SERP.)
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    SEO Hosting really needs a new name because there is no SEO benefit in it. I think that is why people run around yelling it is a bogus service.

    If you are running a private network, you do need a range of C-class IP addresses to host your sites on. In that, SEO hosting is a cheaper alternative than buying a bunch of shared hosting accounts.

    I used Skynet in the past. I have moved almost all of my sites away from them. I never had network sites deindexed, but I lost 3 a few months ago. They were older poorly designed sites that I only used for personal tests. However, the only thing I could find they all had in common was Skynet. I went through the IP's they were on and found enough other domains deindexed that it made me switch.

    It only makes sense for Google to go after known SEO hosting accounts. If they get the IP's, they can find all the domains on the IP and manually check them out. Most network sites are so poorly designed that you can tell in an instant what they are.

    What I do with my sites is put them on shared hosting accounts. I usually put 2-3 sites in unrelated niches on the same account. They share nothing else in common. Structure, content, links, etc. If you watch out for shared hosting specials and buy 1-2 years of service at once versus paying month to month, it actually comes out to be about the same cost as SEO hosting. You are just paying bigger chunks up front.
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    • Profile picture of the author mysteryleaves
      Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

      SEO Hosting really needs a new name because there is no SEO benefit in it. I think that is why people run around yelling it is a bogus service.

      If you are running a private network, you do need a range of C-class IP addresses to host your sites on. In that, SEO hosting is a cheaper alternative than buying a bunch of shared hosting accounts.

      I used Skynet in the past. I have moved almost all of my sites away from them. I never had network sites deindexed, but I lost 3 a few months ago. They were older poorly designed sites that I only used for personal tests. However, the only thing I could find they all had in common was Skynet. I went through the IP's they were on and found enough other domains deindexed that it made me switch.

      It only makes sense for Google to go after known SEO hosting accounts. If they get the IP's, they can find all the domains on the IP and manually check them out. Most network sites are so poorly designed that you can tell in an instant what they are.

      What I do with my sites is put them on shared hosting accounts. I usually put 2-3 sites in unrelated niches on the same account. They share nothing else in common. Structure, content, links, etc. If you watch out for shared hosting specials and buy 1-2 years of service at once versus paying month to month, it actually comes out to be about the same cost as SEO hosting. You are just paying bigger chunks up front.
      I agree 100% some fantastic advise , l also now
      have learnt more by your post in this thread.
      l had a simlar question , you saved me posting a new thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
    So are you guys saying Skynethosting isn`t safe ?
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    • Profile picture of the author Kingfish85
      Originally Posted by jimkirk1943 View Post

      So are you guys saying Skynethosting isn`t safe ?
      I personally would say you're better off hosting elsewhere.

      From my previous post:

      First, what are your hosting requirements?

      What's your budget?

      Are you looking for shared, reseller, VPS or dedicated hosting?
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  • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
    I just want to hosting some high PR blogs for backlinking,
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    • Profile picture of the author Kingfish85
      Originally Posted by jimkirk1943 View Post

      I just want to hosting some high PR blogs for backlinking,
      Alright, you should be fine with any shared hosting package. I'd recommend staying away from those claiming "unlimited" disk space & bandwidth as there's no such thing. They also tend to jam pack as many accounts on each sever as possible.

      What's your budget range? I'd say 5-10GB of storage and around $6-$7/month would work good for you. Be sure to check what features the company has, what software they use, backups etc.
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      • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
        Originally Posted by Kingfish85 View Post

        Alright, you should be fine with any shared hosting package. I'd recommend staying away from those claiming "unlimited" disk space & bandwidth as there's no such thing. They also tend to jam pack as many accounts on each sever as possible.

        What's your budget range? I'd say 5-10GB of storage and around $6-$7/month would work good for you. Be sure to check what features the company has, what software they use, backups etc.
        thank you so much for your help i have PM`d you
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  • Profile picture of the author svaningen
    only if you plan on sending the world into a nuclear apocalypse and have it taken over by machines , in reality though i have no idea about the hosting!

    all the best,
    Stefan
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    • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
      Originally Posted by svaningen View Post

      only if you plan on sending the world into a nuclear apocalypse and have it taken over by machines , in reality though i have no idea about the hosting!

      all the best,
      Stefan
      It always reminds me of Terminator too mate lol
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    There is no need to pay $6-7 a month for hosting for this. That is a complete ripoff.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kingfish85
      Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

      There is no need to pay $6-7 a month for hosting for this. That is a complete ripoff.
      How is it a ripoff? In fact, I quoted prices roughly close to what we charge, for what I'll list below.

      Unlike the mainstream, who promise you unlimited everything & overloaded servers web hosts out there, we're not running on aging hardware from the early 2000's like most of them do.

      They also don't provide a streamlined backup solution. They don't replicate their backups from site to site in the event of a failure.

      Security costs money. Every single time you hear about websites getting hacked and it ends up being server side, they are using some bargain host that does not care about the quality of their environments.

      Knowledgeable techs cost money. Not script reader "let me check on that" tech support, I mean real techs, techs that can diagnose complex problems & have the right training in administering servers, networks & storage.

      Typically, you'll find that the people complaining saying $5 & $6 a month is too expensive, are the spammers & people running shady websites that I personally don't want my business associated with. Sure, we've got a smaller budget plan, but this is not hosted in the same environment as our larger plans & Business+ plan.

      We invested in a pretty well known online form builder, & it was one of the best decisions we made as far as special features go. We also invested in a streamlined backup solution for our customers. All of this stuff costs money, and lots of it. Software licensing is not cheap. It all boils down to "you get what you pay for" in this industry.

      There have been countless other perks that we have also invested in as well as actively pursue to ensure our customers have tools that are useful to them. So again, the price I listed might be too much for some cheap budget host, but when you need quality services, it's right on par.


      EDIT: I guess the OP should jump right over to the WSO section and pick up one of the $10/year hosting plans....we all see how many of those lasted....25+ page threads about not being able to access sites, servers down, no support etc. Sorry, I value my business a little more than that and I make sure my customers have quality services.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    I'm sure your hosting is great, and for a primary site, I can absolutely see the benefit.

    But for a network of sites for the purpose of generating PR and quality links, you do not need all that stuff.

    I'm using places like Fatcow and Webhosting Buzz. On a two-year plan it is costing me about $3/month.

    And I apologize. Ripoff was the wrong word. I simply meant to imply that there is no need to spend that much for what the OP needed.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
    Webhostingtalk shared offer section - scroll down a bit. Hosting specials that will get you decent hosts for $2 or $3 a month. Same forum you can do research into any you are not sure of.

    Sorry kingfish all those other features etc is just not needed for a network site and many of the hosts are solid with great tech support running litespeed and never gave me a problem. Money sites sure up the ante pay a bit more because you have more to do on them, Network sites not so much.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kingfish85
      Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

      Webhostingtalk shared offer section - scroll down a bit. Hosting specials that will get you decent hosts for $2 or $3 a month. Same forum you can do research into any you are not sure of.

      Sorry kingfish all those other features etc is just not needed for a network site and many of the hosts are solid with great tech support running litespeed and never gave me a problem. Money sites sure up the ante pay a bit more because you have more to do on them, Network sites not so much.
      Fair enough, I choose to run my business differently with more options.
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      • Profile picture of the author mosthost
        Originally Posted by Kingfish85 View Post

        Fair enough, I choose to run my business differently with more options.
        You're barking up the wrong tree In order to sell professional web hosting, you need to be dealing with professionals. WHT and WF are not the place for it. Stick with marketing to businesses.
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  • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
    So with these shared hosting accounts how many sites is it safe to add to each hosting account if your only using the account to host your own private blog network ?
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by jimkirk1943 View Post

      So with these shared hosting accounts how many sites is it safe to add to each hosting account if your only using the account to host your own private blog network ?
      If they share no outbound links between them, as many as you want really. If they are all linking to the same site, one.
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      • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
        Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

        If they share no outbound links between them, as many as you want really. If they are all linking to the same site, one.
        Really just one emmmm
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        • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
          Originally Posted by jimkirk1943 View Post

          Really just one emmmm
          Well if you are going to do more than one, then what is the point of getting different accounts and different IP addresses in the first place? Just throw them all on one account then.
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          • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
            Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

            Well if you are going to do more than one, then what is the point of getting different accounts and different IP addresses in the first place? Just throw them all on one account then.
            LOL yeah kinda makes sense thanks Mike

            So i guess it goes back to a early comment of yours where you say that $3/4 is more than enough to pay

            I`ve got a Skynethosting account but i`m just paranoid to add any more domains to it as i had one deindexed the other day so i`m now paying $19 PM to host 3 domains
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            • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
              Originally Posted by jimkirk1943 View Post

              LOL yeah kinda makes sense thanks Mike

              So i guess it goes back to a early comment of yours where you say that $3/4 is more than enough to pay

              I`ve got a Skynethosting account but i`m just paranoid to add any more domains to it as i had one deindexed the other day so i`m now paying $19 PM to host 3 domains
              Don't they still give you 15 IP's for that price? Or is that just because you only have 3 other domains?
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      • Profile picture of the author seocognition
        Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

        If they share no outbound links between them, as many as you want really. If they are all linking to the same site, one.
        Greetings,

        Are you saying that if I have:

        domain.com
        domain2.com

        on a Class C setup with (private domain registration) pointing the same outbound links to: domain3.com (hosted somewhere else), I will get detected by Google?

        Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
    No Mike its 10 domains for $19 PM

    Any one you recommend for shared hosting ?
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Most shared hosts I have used have been fine. Fatcow, WebHosting Buzz, WebHosting Hub, HostGator... Only one I have been unhappy with is 1&1 Hosting. Complete garbage.
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  • Profile picture of the author SkyNetHosting
    Originally Posted by jimkirk1943 View Post

    Hi guys,

    I just wondered if any of you have heard about any problems using Skynethosting ?

    I have seen a few posts about google targeting this seo hosting company and just wondered if its really a problem is google deindexing and targeting Skynethost ?

    thanks James
    We are currently hosting over 100,000 domains in over 25 data centers world wide with SEO hosting being our main business. We work with many SEO providers which they use our hosting for their customers and we never had or have any issues with Google.

    Further more we rank No1 or in top 10 for almost every SEO hosting / A Class / b-Class / C-Class / related keyword in Google for almost a decade.

    Hope this helps!
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    • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
      Originally Posted by SkyNetHosting View Post

      We are currently hosting over 100,000 domains in over 25 data centers world wide with SEO hosting being our main business. We work with many SEO providers which they use our hosting for their customers and we never had or have any issues with Google.

      Further more we rank No1 or in top 10 for almost every SEO hosting / A Class / b-Class / C-Class / related keyword in Google for almost a decade.

      Hope this helps!
      Yeah it shows your the top dog in SEO Hosting but doesn`t mean google isn`t looking at SEO hosting more and more,

      I just asked the question in general about SEO hosting i dont know too much about it i`ve not been using this kind of hosting as long as some of the guys here i have a account with you and only had a few domains on it all expensive though and one has been deinedxed so i asked a question

      I understand there could be many reasons why the site was deindexed but i now feel uneasy about adding another domain to my skynet account
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      • Profile picture of the author SkyNetHosting
        Originally Posted by jimkirk1943 View Post

        I just asked the question in general about SEO hosting i dont know too much about it i`ve not been using this kind of hosting as long as some of the guys here i have a account with you and only had a few domains on it all expensive though and one has been deinedxed so i asked a question
        Isn't it really unfair on the host point of view that the first time one site of yours get de-indexed, you jump on the bandwagon and say skynethosting.net is not safe? Do you mean whole 100,000 domains we host in 25 data centers are not safe or even the whole SEO hosting industry is at risk just because one site of yours got de-indexed? Please be more responsible with what you say.

        With that being said I have decided have closer look at the 3 sites that you host with us. Here's what I found.

        1. Your sites looks more like pure link farms with copywrite materiel taken from other sites. This kind of behavior will not only get you banned from google but will also creates copywrite violation issues. If you want to rank well you'll need to have original content that is useful to the users, duplicates would not take you anywhere.

        2. In the other hand, your SEO tactics looks outdated on these sites. They might have worked well few years back but it looks exactly the type of sites that would get hit by the Panda and Penguin Updates.

        3. I also assume you have tried luck with SEO hosting after your sites got hit by Panda and Penguin Updates? slap me if I'm wrong though

        Hope this helps and feel free get in touch with me over steve[@]skynethosting.net or skype: skynsteve if you need any detailed advice. Even though its not our scope to provide SEO advice for the customers I would like to point you out few things that would help you to regain your rankings.
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        • Profile picture of the author nik0
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          Originally Posted by SkyNetHosting View Post

          Isn't it really unfair on the host point of view that the first time one site of yours get de-indexed, you jump on the bandwagon and say skynethosting.net is not safe? Do you mean whole 100,000 domains we host in 25 data centers are not safe or even the whole SEO hosting industry is at risk just because one site of yours got de-indexed? Please be more responsible with what you say.
          Oh really the first time??? How come that I hear at a private forum that a standard deindexing rate of 2-5% of their sites that are hosted at Skynet SEO hosting is fairly standard. Those people have no benefit on lieing about it. 2-5%, I have 250+ sites myself, I haven't had a single site deindexed in the last 6 months and according to their math I should've lost, lets say 3% per month or in other words 7.5 site, that comes down to about 45 sites over the course of 6 months if I had used SEO hosting. I guess I am just lucky that I paid a bit more for shared hosting plans right?

          The whole SEO hosting industry is at risk, oh really??? Oh there I go again..., there will always be dumb found people who will keep making use of cheap hostings to sell crappy services so don't worry the SEO hosting industry is not at risk at all.

          Originally Posted by SkyNetHosting View Post

          With that being said I have decided have closer look at the 3 sites that you host with us. Here's what I found.

          1. Your sites looks more like pure link farms with copywrite materiel taken from other sites. This kind of behavior will not only get you banned from google but will also creates copywrite violation issues. If you want to rank well you'll need to have original content that is useful to the users, duplicates would not take you anywhere.
          Oh really??? If I do a reverse IP on one of your C-class or A-class IP's then every single site looks like a link farm. SEO hosting attracts blog networks and normal people stay clear from it, so don't start to blame this poster that his site looks like a link farm / blog network site when every single site looks like one. Or would you like me to do some reverse IP look up right now for everyone to see and judge their selves?

          You also want to claim that BMR, HPRS aren't taken down cause of the immens easy way to track down all of them cause they all shared the same C-class clusters. Seriously how obvious do people want to make it for Google. And it weren't just BMR and HPRS, it were also a whole bunch of small private networks that were sharing the same IP.

          There is no coincedence that people who get their site deindexed automatically get the sites deindexed that share the same IP.

          I ain't saying that SEO hosting is 100% the causation but it does attract a TON of poor sites and once one of them gets tracked then the whole bunch on that IP get's down with them. And I guess we both agree that SEO hosting has a huge target on their back. If I were Google I would just buy subscriptions at every server of yours and take down the whole lot of 100k sites over night. It doesn't take a genius to do that.

          So yeah people , stay clear from SEO hosting if your money is precious to you.

          I have a good advice for you btw, you should start a WSO, plenty of noobs to attract more money from to keep your SEO hosting industry a live. You must feel real proud of yourself!
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        • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
          Originally Posted by SkyNetHosting View Post

          Isn't it really unfair on the host point of view that the first time one site of yours get de-indexed, you jump on the bandwagon and say skynethosting.net is not safe? Do you mean whole 100,000 domains we host in 25 data centers are not safe or even the whole SEO hosting industry is at risk just because one site of yours got de-indexed? Please be more responsible with what you say.

          With that being said I have decided have closer look at the 3 sites that you host with us. Here's what I found.

          1. Your sites looks more like pure link farms with copywrite materiel taken from other sites. This kind of behavior will not only get you banned from google but will also creates copywrite violation issues. If you want to rank well you'll need to have original content that is useful to the users, duplicates would not take you anywhere.

          2. In the other hand, your SEO tactics looks outdated on these sites. They might have worked well few years back but it looks exactly the type of sites that would get hit by the Panda and Penguin Updates.

          3. I also assume you have tried luck with SEO hosting after your sites got hit by Panda and Penguin Updates? slap me if I'm wrong though

          Hope this helps and feel free get in touch with me over steve[@]skynethosting.net or skype: skynsteve if you need any detailed advice. Even though its not our scope to provide SEO advice for the customers I would like to point you out few things that would help you to regain your rankings.
          Wow your aggressive arnt you lol have a nice day
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          • Profile picture of the author nik0
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            Originally Posted by jimkirk1943 View Post

            Wow your aggressive arnt you lol have a nice day
            That guy is just trying to save face with his pathetic hosting service.
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            • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
              Originally Posted by nik0 View Post

              That guy is just trying to save face with his pathetic hosting service.
              Yes he`s a horrible guy isn`t he ?

              Niko i`ve sent you `PM`d` the url for the site that i host on skynet that the Horrible man from Skynet says is a link farm copyrighted , google watch out peice of crap...

              Can you just have a look .. YES i`m new to that type of thing so please be 100% honest and post what you see here and be hard on me i have nothing to hide i want to learn so take it away..
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              • Profile picture of the author nik0
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                Originally Posted by jimkirk1943 View Post

                Yes he`s a horrible guy isn`t he ?

                Niko i`ve sent you `PM`d` the url for the site that i host on skynet that the Horrible man from Skynet says is a link farm copyrighted , google watch out peice of crap...

                Can you just have a look .. YES i`m new to that type of thing so please be 100% honest and post what you see here and be hard on me i have nothing to find i want to learn so take it away..
                As said in the PM, when one site gets reported to Google that shares that IP then you can expect all of the sites on that IP to be taken down. The proof is all out there at FCS, you won't be the first one.

                Besides that all sites on seo hosting are link farms, if they were not they would've chosen a normal hosting plan.

                Everyone should avoid SEO hosting like the plague.
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                • Profile picture of the author SkyNetHosting
                  As said in the PM, when one site gets reported to Google that shares that IP then you can expect all of the sites on that IP to be taken down. The proof is all out there at FCS, you won't be the first one.
                  Only one of his sites were de-indexed and all the other sites on his IP are doing well
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                  • Profile picture of the author nik0
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                    Originally Posted by SkyNetHosting View Post

                    Only one of his sites were de-indexed and all the other sites on his IP are doing well
                    I first just checked some sites randomly, now I runned scrapebox on it.

                    129 sites on that IP adress that ends at 8.248, then you know we talk about the same one

                    Not indexed: 54

                    That is almost half!
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                  • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
                    Originally Posted by SkyNetHosting View Post

                    Only one of his sites were de-indexed and all the other sites on his IP are doing well
                    And like i said i was only asking a question Steve i am sorry if i spoke out of place about Skynet but that domain cost me $220 or something close and i was just about to add a new domian to my account look i did get hit by the Panda and Penguin my cash flow is none exsistant and losing a 200 buck domain is the last thing i need ok and i asked a question on this forum
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                    • Profile picture of the author SkyNetHosting
                      Originally Posted by jimkirk1943 View Post

                      And like i said i was only asking a question Steve i am sorry if i spoke out of place about Skynet but that domain cost me $220 or something close and i was just about to add a new domian to my account look i did get hit by the Panda and Penguin my cash flow is none exsistant and losing a 200 buck domain is the last thing i need ok and i asked a question on this forum
                      Apologies accepted, and I was sorry too if I spoke out loud. I was simply trying to help you and explain some of the issues with your sites that would help you in the long run.
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                      • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
                        Originally Posted by SkyNetHosting View Post

                        Apologies accepted, and I was sorry too if I spoke out loud. I was simply trying to help you and explain some of the issues with your sites that would help you in the long run.
                        Thanks lol
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          • Profile picture of the author SkyNetHosting
            Originally Posted by jimkirk1943 View Post

            Wow your aggressive arnt you lol have a nice day
            I'm really sorry if you take me that way. I was trying point out some issues with your sites, which would eventually help you with SEO in the long run. That you call me a horrible man? honestly I feel bad for all the time I spend out on your sites.
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            • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
              Originally Posted by SkyNetHosting View Post

              I'm really sorry if you take me that way. I was trying point out some issues with your sites, which would eventually help you with SEO in the long run. That you call me a horrible man? honestly I feel bad for all the time I spend out on your sites.
              Steve can we just forget it really this isn`t my style anyway, i`m offering my hand please accept i apologise and forget the whole thing dam its giving me bad vibes first first on a Monday morning dont need it , dont want it
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        • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
          Originally Posted by SkyNetHosting View Post

          Isn't it really unfair on the host point of view that the first time one site of yours get de-indexed, you jump on the bandwagon and say skynethosting.net is not safe? Do you mean whole 100,000 domains we host in 25 data centers are not safe or even the whole SEO hosting industry is at risk just because one site of yours got de-indexed? Please be more responsible with what you say.
          Dam put your dummy back in Stephen
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        • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
          Originally Posted by SkyNetHosting View Post


          1. Your sites looks more like pure link farms with copywrite materiel taken from other sites. This kind of behavior will not only get you banned from google but will also creates copywrite violation issues. If you want to rank well you'll need to have original content that is useful to the users, duplicates would not take you anywhere.
          I actually got someone to write that content for me i`ll have to check but i think your fibbing Stephen lol

          And yeah maybe i do need your SEO advice i`ll add you on skype .. actually i wont i dont like aggressive people like you but anyway i am new to all this theres only 9 links on the whole of my sites so thats 2 original 500 word articles with 9 links on Thesis theme with images. Yes i`m new to this so if that a link farm copycat site you got me
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  • Profile picture of the author jape
    OK. Let's wait for somebody from the future to tell us how Skynet is doing
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  • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
    Well i guess i also should get off my high horse my site of course does look like link farms it would be very obvious for a google employe to spot EXACTLY wot is going on

    Although i`m staying strong about the content it is original lol bloody hope so !!!

    but hey 9 links thats it ??? I`m still learning lol
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    • Profile picture of the author SkyNetHosting
      Originally Posted by jimkirk1943 View Post

      Although i`m staying strong about the content it is original lol bloody hope so !!!
      I'f you like I could PM you the other sites that has the same lines, if that helps.
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      • Profile picture of the author jimkirk1943
        Originally Posted by SkyNetHosting View Post

        I'f you like I could PM you the other sites that has the same lines, if that helps.
        Yes ok then steve that would be interesting
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    ....just wow. That's all I've got to say. /unsubscribed.
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    I am not so sure about skynethosting but yes hostgator, fatcow, mnis is reliable one.
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    Pardon me for asking, but I've read this whole thread. Does anyone privately register their domains?
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