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Thus, on one unique IP, reverse lookup shows the branded example.com domain and also the spare example.net variant I secured, just the two domains, as it should be.
With Godaddy, reverse IP shows my pointed domain is on their IP (18.104.22.168), shared with over a million and a half other domains.
I suppose I'm not really concerned about any SE problems, given the sheer volume of domains on this one IP. I just don't quite like the idea, and I know another registrar (bulk) does it differently.
Mostly I'm dropping this info here for the record, but does anybody know any disadvantage that could result from this?
You're right, I wasn't looking for any benefit out of it, until I checked the mydomain page it hadn't occurred to me to use a spare domain name actually as an asset, with a title and keywords, but I see I'm just out of date with modern practices(!)...I suppose that's why reverse IP has become so significant lately.
I'll try mydomain's redirection and see what a reverse IP lookup shows for that. I'll drop the info back into this thread eventually.