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I'm in charge of over 500 Domains and I have to build new pages for the sites and submit them on a regular basis, and I need to know if the Search Engines are killing my submission because I'm logging the same IP every time I submit a new site or new pages to an old existing site. If so, what is the best way to get around this and correct the problem? It never crossed my mind until this month and I noticed that Google didn't accept the ( 15 ) sites I submitted in DEC. The other engines did. [ I never had this problem till I got DSL and my IP stays the same ] Does anyone recommend or use Search Engine CommandoPro? It has a place to add proxy servers to avoid the same IP issue, but I don't know anything about using Proxy servers ;( How do the other SEO's get around the SAME IP problem when YOU are submitting 100's of your clients pages/sites to the Search Engines??? So far I can tell that the Engines treat the "G" Sites that I work for differently that the "X" Sites that I work on. The Adult Sites are treated with a different set of rules it seams? COMMENTS? HELP!!!
How are you submitting the sites? Are you using an automated submitter, or submitting all those by hand?
One way if you are using an autosubmitter is to keep your dial up connection so you can submit from multiple ip addresses. If you are submitting by hand, you might want to use one of the anonymous services (anonymizer etc.) which uses proxy servers.
For the google submission, I'd suggest having a link from sites that are already in their database to the new sites.
I've never heard of search engines not accepting too many submissions from the same ip, I only know that if you oversubmit the same sites then they might flag you for spamming. Still it's better to err on the side of caution...
Find away to introduce some of the links into a pre-existng navigation structure and they will get picked up.