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    SEO Hosting?

    Anyone using SEO Hosting here? We've been using it for a little bit and have been seeing pretty positive results, just wondering if others are seeing the same.

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    "SEO Hosting" It is not considered as genuine SEarch engine optimization technique. This who use it should be very careful because cross-linking websites from different IPs would bring a penalty and exclusion from Search Engine rankings.

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    Hello,
    Truthfully there is absolutely no such thing as SEO Hosting, in fact its a waste of IPv4 IP Addresses. Please understand that the only factor a web host can control is the page load speed of your website content. Anything else is simply a marketing ploy (like Unlimited Disk Space).

    Search Engines Care more about page content and loading times then anything else.
    Last edited by KMyers; 04-05-2012 at 01:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seobuilder View Post
    Anyone using SEO Hosting here? We've been using it for a little bit and have been seeing pretty positive results, just wondering if others are seeing the same.
    This is the best SEO host I have used during my whole life.
    Gave me a free pr10 website. Without me doing anything.
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    http://hostbluff.com

    Click and visit to believe.
    Last edited by SeriesN; 04-05-2012 at 01:31 PM.

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    Lol! We actually have some sites on seo hosting, and some not. The ones on seo hosting always do better in SEO. I know it's not the perfect measure, just something we've seen.

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    What would qualify as being "seo hosting" anyway? Auto backlinks? Hmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeriesN View Post
    This is the best SEO host I have used during my whole life.
    Gave me a free pr10 website. Without me doing anything.
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    http://hostbluff.com

    Click and visit to believe.
    lol at hostbluff

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMyers View Post
    Hello,
    Truthfully there is absolutely no such thing as SEO Hosting, in fact its a waste of IPv4 IP Addresses. Please understand that the only factor a web host can control is the page load speed of your website content. Anything else is simply a marketing ploy (like Unlimited Disk Space).

    Search Engines Care more about page content and loading times then anything else.
    I do agree with you Kmyers. If you do proper work on your website , it can surely be a big hit , NO SEO host can get you traffic on your website, without your efforts.

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    Dedicated IP, No frequent change of nameservers, good content are the key. No longer believe in SEO hosting!!

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    SEO Hosting is a dying business, hosting / VPS etc. are affordable enough now where there is no point buying a "package" that could be fingerprinted by SE's

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    If you interested to use the SEO hosting, you must learn first, what this is effective to support your site and increased ranking on search engine. I think natural way is the best ones for now.

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    Do not believe anyone if you do not test the result by yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by multiplecloud-zid View Post
    Do not believe anyone if you do not test the result by yourself.
    Actually it does not matter how you slice it, IP Ranges have nothing to do with SEO, if that was the case, I am sure we would have depleted the IPv4 IP Address pool 10 years ago. Any hosting provider that agrees convinces their customers that there is any truth to this is simply lying to the customers and should be ashamed of themselves.

    People need to understand that PAGE CONTENT is the most important thing you can do for SEO. You can apply as much snake oil as possible but without good content you will never rank on google.

    Any site that is found to be using blackhat SEO tricks (such as link farming, false backlinks from different class C rangers) will eventually be sandboxed by google (aka de-listed). If you do not believe me, search for "Google Panda"

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    "SEO Hosting" It is not considered as genuine SEarch engine optimization technique. This who use it should be very careful because cross-linking websites from different IPs would bring a penalty and exclusion from Search Engine rankings.
    +1. You have to be careful with SEO hosting. Using a range of c class IPV4 addresses to run websites and to cross link them together can be a tricky task. Maybe next time when Search Engine algorithms change, they'll catch SEO hosted websites too

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    So what are the differences between your "SEO Hosted sites" vs regular sites?

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    Quote Originally Posted by daejuanj View Post
    So what are the differences between your "SEO Hosted sites" vs regular sites?
    Simple answer... the amount of money you pay to your host every month

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMyers View Post
    Simple answer... the amount of money you pay to your host every month
    I'm curious as to why he thinks his "SEO sites" give different results than his regular sites. Maybe they do give better results, but if it does I'm willing to bet it has nothing to do with his sites being "SEO Hosted".

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    Quote Originally Posted by daejuanj View Post
    I'm curious as to why he thinks his "SEO sites" give different results than his regular sites. Maybe they do give better results, but if it does I'm willing to bet it has nothing to do with his sites being "SEO Hosted".
    They use SEO hosting for crosslinking, a practice frowned upon by search engines. Search engines rely on one thing, content. No host will provide you with content

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    SEO hosting is a waste of time and money. I wouldn't trust a company that offers it as it has NO benefit what so ever to your site. My advice would be to move to a normal web host with good load times as this will help towards SEO. Then work hard at SEO yourself. Great content and article submission are just two of the many good things you could do to improve your ranking. Stay away from black-hat techniques as they will get you no-where in the long term.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HintonHost View Post
    SEO hosting is a waste of time and money. I wouldn't trust a company that offers it as it has NO benefit what so ever to your site. My advice would be to move to a normal web host with good load times as this will help towards SEO. Then work hard at SEO yourself. Great content and article submission are just two of the many good things you could do to improve your ranking. Stay away from black-hat techniques as they will get you no-where in the long term.
    got my point here

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    Quote Originally Posted by multiplecloud-zid View Post
    Do not believe anyone if you do not test the result by yourself.
    And you plan to test this how?
    To be statistically significant, you'd have to make a few thousand sites. Some on seo hosting and some not. Then see the difference. However, all other factors would have to be uniform in some way.

    How would you achieve this?

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    SEO Hosting is self contradicting. It was made for the purpose of exploiting holes in a search engine -- namely IPs' usage. So, even if it did work before, it would be stupid to think that the search engine still has not considered it as a factor. Furthermore, the exploit that it attempted to achieve was to allow an illegitimate behaviour to begin with. So, if caught, search engines would be quick to demerit than to leave it alone and merit the behaviour.
    So, if you think Google is stupid and the exploit works to begin with, use an seo hosting by all means and pay a good premium. If you think Google is not stupid and still use seo hosting, you are stupid.

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    So does that mean i cant use this kind of hosting to avoid search engine problems?

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    Quote Originally Posted by isuppor View Post
    So does that mean i cant use this kind of hosting to avoid search engine problems?
    No, aside from the page being online for Search Engines to crawl, a host has nothing to do with search engine rankings. If you try tricks like this to boost your rankings, you risk getting sandboxed.

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    I think if a regular host/server doesn't have bad reputation in search engines (Blocked/banned IPs or similar history), then even a regular shared/reseller hosting is pretty enough for great SEO/SEM results. A good addition would be simply assigning your websites different dedicated IPs.

    This is from my experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by artyom View Post
    I think if a regular host/server doesn't have bad reputation in search engines (Blocked/banned IPs or similar history), then even a regular shared/reseller hosting is pretty enough for great SEO/SEM results. A good addition would be simply assigning your websites different dedicated IPs.

    This is from my experience.
    Hello,
    Keeping a good IP Reputation is the responsibly of EVERY Host. Assigning users to different IP Addresses to mask poor reputations on their other IP addresses is still not a valid justification for IP Addresses. IP Reputation also will have a greater impact on your ability to send emails then it will when it comes to search engine ranks.

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    SEO hosting is a gamble. You put your domains on servers with available class C IP's in the hopes that they remain relevant, rank well, and get searched often. You obviously want these sites to make money for you. So you want to treat these domains/sites with absolute care. Regular hosting on the other hand is more vulnerable to a host of factors that may affect your rankings and SERP data. Either way, depending on your marketing efforts, a domain hosted on a regular hosting provider may outperform a site with SEO hosting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdevelopers View Post
    class C IP's
    There is no such thing as a "class C" IP.
    That's a nonsense term only used by so-called "SEO experts". It means diddly.

    I also fail to see the purpose of bumping this post after two months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kpmedia View Post
    There is no such thing as a "class C" IP.
    That's a nonsense term only used by so-called "SEO experts". It means diddly.

    I also fail to see the purpose of bumping this post after two months.

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    Hello,
    While there technically is a such thing, it is an outdated technology that is no longer relevant. Regardless of which it does not currently have or has ever had any relevance in search engine placement.

    Again, I will say, focus on quality content, not manipulation tactics. SEO Hosting is and always will be a SCAM. I also fail to see the reason to re-bump these threads.

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    +1 kpmedia. True, class C IP is a term used to describe an idea about IP's in relation to SEO. Same with Cloud,VPS,and Shared hosting. They're all pretty much just plain hosting. But it's awesome how companies have hyped up class c IP's and squeezed every dollar from the idea of using it, no?

    I was looking for SEO Hosting for 5 domains for a client. Is there still worth in class C Ip's nowadays?
    Last edited by peeves; 07-15-2012 at 08:17 PM. Reason: change text.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peeves View Post
    +1 kpmedia. True, class C IP is a term used to describe an idea about IP's in relation to SEO. Same with Cloud,VPS,and Shared hosting. They're all pretty much just plain hosting. But it's awesome how companies have hyped up class c IP's and squeezed every dollar from the idea of using it, no?

    I was looking for SEO Hosting for 5 domains for a client. Is there still worth in class C Ip's nowadays?
    SEO hosting isn't worth it, period. It doesn't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StuffyCSS View Post
    Actually there are no big difference between SEO hosted site and regular site.Besides both are same.But in SEO hosted site the page rank is bit higher as those survive while search engine search for something.
    Hello,
    This is actually incorrect, IP Addresses are in no way used for SEO. These users who choose to use SEO Hosting are manipulating their pageranks by using fake backlinks. Sites found to do this risk getting sandboxed and de-listed. Sandboxing is not really too good for SEO if you ask me

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