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name servers and seo
how to link name servers and sites for better seo results

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Msg#: 3955133 posted 4:55 pm on Jul 14, 2009 (gmt 0)

I have multiple related and interlinked sites which are on same shared ip. Now i changed host and i have 5 available ip's. What do you think it's better for seo:

1) to put every site on same ip with name servers (for example site1 and ns1.site1 and ns2.site1 on ip1, site2 and ns1.site2 and ns2.site2 on ip2, etc...).

2) to use 3 ip's to spread sites on them and 2 ip's for name servers (in this case every site would be on ns1.site1 and ns2.site1).

3)to use all 5 ip's for sites and name servers but name servers on different ip's and domains (on first ip: site1, ns1.site2, ns1.site3 second ip: site2, ns1.site1, ns2.site3, third ip: site3, ns2.site1, ns2.site2, etc.)

4)some other variation you think it's better...

Directly linked sites would be on different ip's of course.



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Msg#: 3955133 posted 12:10 am on Jul 19, 2009 (gmt 0)

welcome to WebmasterWorld [webmasterworld.com], sasa85!

a more robust solution for your name servers would have each hosted on a unique ip and geographically distributed.

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