martinibuster - 3:40 pm on Sep 17, 2012 (gmt 0)
Could you please explain to me?
Acquiring natural kinds of links, the IP addys are going to be as spread out and intermixed as any other niche grouping. The only time anyone has to worry about IP addys is if they are acquiring them in a manner that generally lacks an editorial decision to give the link through merit. When acquiring links through unnatural means, such as link buying, acquiring a group of links from a single source, aggressive reciprocal linking then you'll have to worry if that source of links has a discoverable footprint that links that group together as a network, which is what the IP addy worry is all about. The worry is that Google will flag your links if the linked network resides on the same web host network.
IF you're building links in a natural manner the C blocks are going to fall within a pattern that is going to be within the range of normal. The C Block thing is nothing to concern yourself with under that scenerio. No need to fall out of your chair just because two sites are both hosted at 1and1.com, make sense?