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The IPv4 is not relevant to your rankings. Some hosting provider only allow registration of new IPv4 IP addresses for virtualization, a single website is not a valid reason to book a single IPv4.


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If you can create high quality sites, provide great user experience, and take care not to violate any of Google's webmaster guidelines, there is no problem with having multiple sites on a shared host. With that being said, your sites sound like they could be spammy. You sound like you are at risk of violating the policy against doorway pages. The example ...


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Search engines care about content of the web site and not IP addresses. Period. End of story. Now, if your IP address or domain name is a known spammer; different story.


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To begin: Okay. There are several things to consider here. Looking at things from Google's point of view, you can easily see why Google makes some of the decisions they make. I will cover just a bit of this. First of all, humans have amazing cognitive abilities far beyond what any computer can do. Even Watson cannot even come close to the intelligence ...


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If you create several websites with different root domains & if there are two pages linking to each other from two different domains, it means you have to build up reputation for those 2 domains. Consequently, you will get extra work as compared to building reputation and getting internal links for one domain. If you go for a niche website (batman), you ...


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Google prefers content over everything else and the trickery of cross linking subdomains or subdirectories is well known to them and Matt Cutts has called this out in the past. Having many small sites means you are dividing your traffic up among them. One site that gets all the traffic will rank higher. Your goal should be to supply quality content that ...


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Short answer - Now days, either large or small sites can rank well. In earlier times, Google was heavily depends on backlinks. Now Google is using 210+ signals (200 signals and other 10+ signals which added after 2013) in their algorithm, and as per my analysis of my Friends sites. I have seen Google does not depend too much on PageRank i.e. they have ...



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