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They can do following Engage in Social Media Write content for each other Review each others product/services Don't just think from SEO point of view only, there is more to it
Nowadays, links exchanges are almost useless because too much under radar of search engines. However, you can choose one site to optimize and put links to it from the second one.
The short answer is, if they are just giving you a list of IP numbers, there is no way to verify that they are all owned by the company. However for large corporations, you can do a whois lookup on an IP range and determine the owner: http://whois.arin.net/ui For example, if I enter 126.96.36.199, it returns that 188.8.131.52 - 184.108.40.206 are assigned to Google, with ...
You could physically send someone to the company and check with a simple "ifconfig" what the IP is...this is a silly solution and it's pretty bad if you're based in US and the company is in AUS. You could think about something else but the point is you should avoid IP Based Authentication at all. Suppose someone knows your company and one of your customers, ...
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