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Incoming Links and IP Addresses
Is it really necessary to have incoming links from different IP ranges?
petehall




msg:179857
 1:20 pm on Oct 29, 2004 (gmt 0)

We have just completed a new website which we believe has unique and useful content.

Due to the nature of the site, it makes sense to deep link to three of our other sites from various sections / pages.

This would be one way linking not reciprocal.

We have our own server but I read time and time again that if you're going to get incoming links they should be from different IP ranges.

Obviously we can't divide the server in two, so this creates a bit of a problem as we require an additional hosting location.

Has anyone got any evidence to support the claim that incoming links are much more beneficial from different IP ranges?

Or any evidence to suggest that linking in this way could be damaging to us?

Many Thanks

 

petehall




msg:179887
 12:20 pm on Nov 4, 2004 (gmt 0)

Well, I'm still not clear what exactly it is you're afraid of/trying to avoid....

1) Afraid of / trying to avoid a penalty
2) Trying to achieve maximum benefit from taking the time to set-up a useful site that links to our others

osfp




msg:179888
 12:38 pm on Nov 4, 2004 (gmt 0)

"SPAM
Sites Postioned Above Mine
"
gooooood!Kristos well don boy

osfp




msg:179889
 12:43 pm on Nov 4, 2004 (gmt 0)

"Has anyone got any evidence to support the claim that incoming links are much more beneficial from different IP ranges"
if you are an old grand mom or pop in the neighbourhood and you have a few hundreds of old old pages out of interest now but! PR $+ use them ....

osfp




msg:179890
 12:56 pm on Nov 4, 2004 (gmt 0)

webhound...Well whatever SEO filters G has in place, they aren't working. Do a search in any competitive category and it's filled with spam. Sites that simply shouldn't be there.

all the SERP'S of GOOGLE in competitive terms (ie)travel,hotels,accommodation,flights,holidays,vacation,car hire,cruises....ech....
are the best in the www
any comments?

glengara




msg:179891
 1:02 pm on Nov 4, 2004 (gmt 0)

*Due to the nature of the site, it makes sense to deep link to three of our other sites from various sections / pages.*

If that means having 1 link to each of your other sites from within relevant content, I wouldn't share your concern of a penalty.

However, *2) Trying to achieve maximum benefit...* may well put a different slant on things ;-)

petehall




msg:179892
 2:44 pm on Nov 4, 2004 (gmt 0)

If that means having 1 link to each of your other sites from within relevant content, I wouldn't share your concern of a penalty.

That's correct, there will be single one-way links where appropriate / relevant and useful for our users.

However, *2) Trying to achieve maximum benefit...* may well put a different slant on things ;-)

I think I'm going to have to try a different host just to see if it does have any effect.

I already have the site up and running on our server, so it might be an idea to see how it gets on there and then change to see if any positions increase in SERPs.

On the other hand, perhaps that's a lot of messing about and I should just move to a new host now :-)

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