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9:39 pm on Feb 28, 2002 (gmt 0)

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Hi,

I have multiple sites with some cross linking and wanted to raise an issue that has been bugging me for some time now.

I know that the search engines know what ip address the pages are submitted from and I think you can be penalized for it. The link exchanges between the sites will also be penalized because the engine now knows that they are from the same owner.

Does anyone else have an opinion or any facts on this? How can I submit to the engines with different IP (without using dialup)?

9:51 pm on Feb 28, 2002 (gmt 0)

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How/What are you submitting that is it causing you problems?

>>> I know that the search engines know what ip address the pages are submitted from

Yes, they do.

>>> and I think you can be penalized for it.

If you abuse it.

>>> The link exchanges between the sites will also be penalized because the engine now knows that they are from the same owner.

Yes and No. Excessive link exchanges Yes - and they can be on different servers/IP addresses and still receive the unwanted attention. It will be viewed as an attempt at false link popularity for rank manipulation.

Logical link exchanges, No. That is what the web is all about.

How can I submit to the engines with different IP (without using dialup)? Again - What and How often are you submitting?

7:34 am on Mar 1, 2002 (gmt 0)

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I think you would really need to be submitting an extremely high volume from the same IP to get penalized, but if you're convinced it's a problem, you can just some anonymous proxy servers to show up with a different IP each time.

There's plenty of software available. Best place to start would be

[directory.google.com...]

7:42 am on Mar 1, 2002 (gmt 0)

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that doesn't totally make sense, we have a lot of clients and they all get submitted from the same IP and we have a bunch of google top 10's for primary keywords. None of the sites belong to us.

I may be missing the point though, do you mean only sites that are owned by the same person or just a large number of sites submitted from the same IP

 

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