Lately, SEO hosting has been getting a lot of buzz. I have read a few articles about it, and they fail to tell you exactly what it is, the benefits and the downfall it has on your websites. Moreover, I am going to go into great detail about it, when it should be used, and how it should be used, if it at all.
What is SEO Hosting?
SEO hosting allows you to spread your domain names across multiple c class IPs, making them look unique and separated. SEO hosting makes it all possible to manage these IPs under one control panel. It would be a time consuming nightmare to have to login manually to each IP.
If you are not sure what an IP c class is, well, each IP has four classes. Listed below is your typical numerical IP layout, and underneath will be how it is laid out in alphabet classes: Seo uitbesteden
The example above shows that, “111″ represents the IP “A” class, “222″ represents the IP “B” class, “333″ represents the IP “C” class, and “444″ represents the IP “D” class.
Now, if you were to use seo hosting to host your web sites, this is how it will look over different c class IPs.
Do you see the difference? In my opinion, even though you are hosting on different c class of IPs, it is a dead giveaway, when they are in numerical order, like in the example above. For this to be as unique as possible and not to be a dead giveaway, the c class IPs should be mixed up, not in numerical order like above.
You may have no choice, in how the c class IPs are delivered. There are a limited amount of seo hosting providers, and may not offer that, but it never hurts to ask. Moreover, there are a few that offer different c class seo hosting, and in multiple geographical areas, but they are very expensive.
Traditional hosting may offer you additional IPs at a fee, but more than likely they will be on the same “D” class, making them on the same network and close in range. Below is an example of your websites spread out over different d class IPs.