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C Class IP Hosting

Saturday, May 12th, 2012

One of SEO Hosting methods include C class ip hosting. C class ip hosting is to provide a different set of IPs on the data servers that are located in different places. These IP’s have separate Control Panel and server for each website. In this way, they are able to achieve backlinks from sites that do not have the same IP address.

What is the C class of IPs?. Every website has an IP address. Some have dedicated while others share the IP address. A typical IP address such as 148.59.85.14 has four sets. A, B, C, D. The 85 is the C class of IP. This is the part of the IP address that determines the location. If two websites contains different C blocks, they are considered to be two different websites in two different location. This is the basic idea behind the SEO hosting. The webmasters are able to get backlinks from different websites and hence create a cost effective solution to their cluster of websites.

Now, the question is whether it is bad for SEO if you have the same C class ip addresses with websites that you got back links from. The answer is no. Google just lowers the value of these back links so that people who own several domains don’t have an automatic advantage over others due to excessive linking. Basically, the more C blocks the better. Google uses these C blocks to determine how close the relationships between the domains are. Google would tend to assume that these two sites are related, since they are on IPs right next to each other.

VPS Hosting vs Dedicated Hosting

Saturday, March 31st, 2012

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When it comes to SEO hosting, here is a question; Which one should we choose for SEO, VPS (virtual Private Server) or dedicated hosting?  Let’s talk about shared hosting, vps hosting and dedicated hosting before we answer the question.

Shared Hosting

You shared other websites with a server space, so usually, you also shared the same IP address with other websites. The speed is usually “slower” than VPS server and dedicated server, and when users reach the limit, your website can crash. Those results can have negative impact on SEO. The only advantage that you can have in shared hosting is “cost” such as $10 or $5 per month.

VPS Hosting

VPS server (Virtual Private Server) is also as the name says, a Virtual server. So basically you still have a shared hosting, you and someone else can have a website on the same server, but each of you has his own virtual server that is private only for you and you are accessing it as the root user. VPS hosting

The benefits of a VPS server are that it’s customizable, has greater functions and still a very approachable price compared to a full dedicated server. You also have a limited RAM and disk space, but that can be scaled to your needs. Of course, the more you go up the higher the price. But it’s great as you can fit it to your needs. Also, you can have your own dedicated IP.

Here is a clip from Parallels regarding “the benefits of Virtural Private Server (VPS)”

Dedicated Hosting

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Dedicated server is obviously the top of the line; it is a private server which you can customize to your liking starting from an operating system of your choice to hardware and performances. This is usually expensive and is only for company websites that require specific customizations.

Now, to answer the question of VPS hosting or dedicated hosting for SEO is that if you don’t have a huge complex website, you can go with VPS. Google values websites that have “speed” and “constantly display the website to viewers”. The question is whether choosing vps hosting and dedicated hosting make a big difference on SEO? As long as you keep an eye on the bandwidth usage, memory usages and disk space usage in virtual private server, your website will display at constant fast speed, and you will be fine.

Shared Hosting vs Dedicated Hosting

Saturday, March 31st, 2012

From a standing point of view on SEO hosting, compared shared hosting to dedicated hosting, we definitely recommend you to go with “Dedicated Hosting” instead of “Shared Hosting”, because of speed of loading times. Google states as follows:

Monitor your site’s performance and optimize load times. Google’s goal is to provide users with the most relevant results and a great user experience. Fast sites increase user satisfaction and improve the overall quality of the web (especially for those users with slow Internet connections), and we hope that as webmasters improve their sites, the overall speed of the web will improve.

You can see why the dedicated hosting has positive impact on SEO than shared hosting. The answer is the overall quality of the web: speed. Now, strictly talking of Shared server hosting and dedicated server hosting.

Shared Hosting

In shared web hosting many small users upload their website on and run them on same shared server. The shared hosting is designed for individuals, small businesses and even by organizations. All have very little or low requirement of bandwidth and disk space, which means that the website doesn’t expect too much traffic.

In shared web server hosting the whole, maintenance of server and organization of server, software installation, security updates etc is managed by website host providers and they are accountable for these software maintenance too. They use software like Direct Admin, Plesk Admin as control panels for the overall governance of the server.

The advantage of service is cost: cheaper. In addition, not many web hosting service providers are able to provide full facilities of windows web hosting. It can be carried out in either of the two methods i.e. name based or IP based hosting. In name based hosting, many names can be used under single IP whereas, in IP based there is dedicated IP for each website. When you need to have dedicated IP address for your website in shared hosting, you need to have SSL.

Dedicated Hosting

In dedicated web hosting, each website is given a dedicated web server, and no other website can share this server under any case. It is used when a user expects to get huge traffic. It has much greater bandwidth then the shared one so is able to handle traffic with much ease. This is also required if you need to have complex application, secure information and customized options in your website.

The dedicated hosting allows the user to have 100% control with 100% responsibility to run their website smooth and consistent performance of their website. Due to this reason this type of web hosting requires proper management to monitor and rectify any problem immediately. This type of hosting can be chosen by a professional who needs to have a full control, by big organizations or by the user having commercial website to upload. Costly, it’s significantly expensive.

The question is whether it is worth having a dedicated hosting or shared hosting for SEO.

Dedicated IP for SEO

Monday, March 19th, 2012

Dedicated IP Address for SEO

You should use a dedicated IP for SEO. Even so, you still need to monitor it to make sure it stays clean because you can also be affected by bad behavior of other IPs within the same C block. The second to the last set of digits in an IP address, such as the 96 in the IP address 107.2.96.25, identify the C block. It’s similar to an area code for a telephone number, except that unlike your area code, you can change C blocks. You can move your website to a new IP address and C block if you have trouble with the one you’re in. Call your hosting company and tell them you want to be moved. Check the new IP address and research if it has been blacklisted in any country whether it will be neighbor to black listed websites. Google does indirectly associate websites which reside on same class C IP address. Iit is best to ask the hosting company for a fresh IP as opposed to a recycled IP address.

Check on the history of IP addresses using a tool from ip-details.com. In addition, you can check if the IP address is blacklisted as spammers’ IP at http://whatismyipaddress.com/blacklist-check.

Dedicated IP addresses are only available with justification as required by ARIN. The only reasons for a separate IP address are:

  1. you have a new physical network interface (a physical or virtual server)
  2. you want to install and use an SSL certificate

Therefore, if your website is hosted in shared hosting, you must obtain SSL certificate in order to have an dedicated IP address for the domain name. Otherwise, you need to have a dedicated server or virtual dedicated server / virtual private server,  so-called VPS in order to obtain an dedicated IP address for SEO.

Another question is which one is better,  dedicated IP address with SSL or on dedicated server or virtual dedicated server? Well, we have not found out yet, but we don’t think it doesn’t make too much differences,  and we don’t think Google can’t tell difference between dedicated IP address in shared hosting or dedicated hosting. Considering overall quality of web service that provided by a dedicated server or virtual dedicated server, we definitely recommend you to go with a dedicated server or virtual dedicated server with dedicated IP for SEO.

Page Speed and SEO

Saturday, June 25th, 2011

Google has publicly announced that the time it takes for your web pages to load will be a factor in your ranking. In another word, site speed has became one of Google search ranking algorithms. There is an interesting SEO news that Google is incorporating site speed as one of the over 200 signals that we use in determining search rankings. Before choosing a web host for your web site, be sure that clients using their hosting solutions have fast web sites. Some web hosting companies are over-burdened, making the web site of all their clients load slowly. Make sure to optimize your flash files if you use flash animation in your website.

SEO & multiple domain web hosting

Friday, April 3rd, 2009

There is a myth of “Google does penalise websites for being hosted on the same IP” regarding search engine optimizaton (SEO) and web hosting.

The answer is that you are safe to host as many sites as you need to on one hosting account. However, if you build inter-linking websites on the same IP address, Google devalue your links. In addition, if the websites don’t carry unique content which is of value, then you will eventually get penalised especially by Google.

SEO Hosting: Inter-linking websites on different IP addresses

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

As we discussed before in Google Sandbox, Google doesn’t place value on mini-network including inter-linking websites, which most likely to be hosted on the same IP addresses.

The idea is that you can build multiple inter-linking websites on different IP addresses, so that hopefully search engines would not think that they are operated by the same person. So that the links can be counted genuine, and the linked site get a boost in popularity. The assumption is obviously that search engines will discount non-genuine links if two sites are found to be related (from IP address or WHOIS records). Search engines do that (if the assumption is true) for a reason — webmasters should not game the system to fake popularity. In addition, SEO specialists we would make sure all domains are registered with different registrars under different names. We wouldn’t use the same template on more than one site. We would try to erase all traces that these sites are run by the same person.

In conclusion, building multiple inter-linking websites on different IP addresses will help your websites rankings. If your business is a web design company that hosts several clients’ websites on the same IP address using either virtual private servers or shared servers, definitely, we recommend you to try to build multiple inter-linking websites on different IP addresses. Here is tips for interlinking to keep from setting off alarms with the engines when you are setting up interlinking.


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