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Old 11-14-2011, 04:27 PM
willi123 willi123 is offline
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Dedicated server, lot of domains - how to hide from google that I'm owner of all


Is this possible to hide from Google that somebody is one owner of all of domains hosted on his one dedicated server ?

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If I have dedicated server with lot of Ips and lot of domains and I can create seperate DNS record for each domains then how can I hide from google that I'm owner all of this ? Because when want to check it, we can always find main IP of my server which can indicate that I'm owner all of this. How to avoid this ?



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Old 11-14-2011, 04:33 PM
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They don't...
Consider this, you are buying shared hosting. Hundreds of domains point to the same IP. Does this mean the owner is one and the name? No. Same goes for you.

Besides... google??? Google doesn't (publically) track ownership of websites.
You can also setup whois guard on your domains.

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Old 11-17-2011, 11:53 PM
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Pending on where your domains are registered, there should be an anonymous whois setting.

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Old 11-18-2011, 12:00 AM
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Is this possible to hide from Google that somebody is one owner of all of domains hosted on his one dedicated server ?

For example:

If I have dedicated server with lot of Ips and lot of domains and I can create seperate DNS record for each domains then how can I hide from google that I'm owner all of this ? Because when want to check it, we can always find main IP of my server which can indicate that I'm owner all of this. How to avoid this ?
You have got it all wrong. Domains on a single server do not automatically translate into same ownership.
Get a whois protection service for your domains.

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