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There is no impact what-so-ever. There could be an argument made to consolidate both sites into one domain (e.g. ditch the subdomain). Google considers blog.clientxcart.com and clientxcart.com to be two entirely different sites, so your available search authority is spread between two sites instead of one. But yea, as for the IP situation you detailed - ...
Depends what you mean by "Same". If you're copying a site word-for-word, picture-for-picture from site to site, then there is a good chance that google won't index both copies of the site. You're better off to use rel-canonical on one copy of the site where the href points to the original copy of the site. Here's some videos from google's head of spam ...
There is a lot of discussion about wether the IP address can affect the page rank or not. For example here: https://pressable.com/blog/2013/02/21/do-you-need-a-dedicated-ip-address-for-seo/ and here https://wpengine.com/blog/the-myth-of-the-dedicated-ip-address-for-seo/ The short answer is yes it can affect your page rank
There are several reasons to keep content out of search engines: Sensitive content -- Some content needs to be public but may have information in it that you don't want in the search engines. An example could be your resume. You want it available for potential employers to look at, but don't want your address easily locatable in the search engines. ...
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