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12 Things You Need to Know About SEO Hosting

IP Addresses.

C-Class.

SEO.

All terms you should be familiar with if you’re looking to optimize your website through SEO hosting. Unfortunately, while you may be familiar with terms, you may not realize how they should all be coming together to create the perfect storm of SEO hosting. If you’re new to the game of SEO or just looking to be gather new information and perspectives, be sure you understand how SEO hosting actually works.

Site Ranking

Site Ranking

Site Ranking

SEO hosting sets up a series of connected websites that tend to rank more highly in search engines. The websites are all linked through their IP addresses, but those IP addresses show up as unrelated in search engines. This means the block of websites you host using SEO hosting can be used to your advantage with linking and other SEO tactics.

Understanding C-Class

The IP address is the key to linking websites through SEO hosting. The sites are all linked through the third set of numbers in an IP address, or the C-class. This grouping connects the sites through the server allowing you to used shared hosting while presenting the sites are totally separate and apart.

Optimizing for Search Engines

SEO

SEO

SEO hosting allows for greater flexibility in linking, which is a considerable component of SEO. When you build a loop or web of connected websites – that aren’t visibly connected – linking between these sites may help improve your ranking in the Google algorithm.  But there are more elements to the algorithm than linking alone. The SEO hosting also allows for control over the back office website elements that are important as well like coding and media.

Site Back-ups

Every good website host should provide regular site backups, and this is true of SEO hosting as well. With the interconnected and highly ranking websites that you maintain with SEO hosting, routine backups for the collection of sites are even more critically important.

Increased Customer Support

Increased Customer Support

Increased Customer Support

SEO hosting is a level above the type of hosting you’d find for just a single website. It stands to reason then that SEO hosting is going to have improved customer support over the more standard hosting options. When you are selecting a company for SEO hosting, customer service should be one of the most important criteria for your selection.

Set-up Time

When you select SEO hosting, be aware that it is not a quick process to get your site set-up and live. While a standard hosting package may be live almost instantly, SEO hosting involves an intricate set-up of connections and therefore can take up to 24 hours to bring fully online. Plan accordingly for the delay in your development and launch plans.

Website Limits

When you arrange for SEO hosting, you are setting up almost unlimited possibilities for sites, email addresses and domain names – all under a single connected package. This means that not only does your first website not have limits on design or size (based on the package you get, obviously), but you will also be able to use that same service to build a full network with unlimited possibilities.

Looping Websites

Looping Websites

Looping Websites

There are many business models that call for connected websites outside of just SEO purposes. SEO hosting allows you to keep your various branches of business contained in a single entity and also to intentionally create loops within loops as needed for both linking and to direct traffic through your business model or marketing website.

Contact Information

Each website you create is connected through a hidden network, but Google still can see every website. It doesn’t do you much good to have a web of websites through SEO hosting if you’re going to put the same contact information on each site – outing yourself, as it were, to Google. Consider the contact information you put on each website – use phone numbers dedicated to each site, for example – rather than duplicating your information across a network.

Size Matters

Size Matters

Size Matters

When arranging SEO hosting, size does matter. You are building a network of websites. That web will need room to grow into the future and getting less than 20 GB of hosting is just not going to be enough to be worthwhile. It is always better to have slightly too much than risk not having enough when it’s time to scale the project.

Watch Bandwidth

Keep an eye on bandwidth numbers as well. You will need plenty of bandwidth to accommodate all of the traffic to each of your sites and between them, so make arrangements accordingly. Top sites in the search engines require top traffic and you need to be ready to accommodate it. Watch for low limits and inflated “overage” charges when you are making selections.

Grey Hat, Black Hat and White Hat

Finally, it is worth noting that SEO hosting is only as good and ethical as the website owner. Ultimately it is up to you to make a choice about how to most effectively use SEO hosting. It is possible to use black hat SEO methods with SEO hosting, but it also possible to do everything above question and simply take advantage of one more SEO tool. SEO hosting is a tool. Intent makes it a positive or negative one.

It can easily be argued that SEO is more of a game than an exact science. Google and other search engines create algorithms. Website owners and webmasters try to figure out how to work in the algorithm using every advantage they can find to improve their rankings. For many, SEO hosting is simply a necessary step toward the ultimate goal – free website traffic.

Oleg

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64 Comments on “12 Things You Need to Know About SEO Hosting”

  1. RajKumar says:

    Hi,

    Wonderful article, you have shared some interesting yet useful tips to know about seo hosting. I was searching for seo hosting, so will surely note these points.

    Thanks

  2. Joy Healey says:

    Thanks Oleg, that was an interesting article, because the concept of SEO hosting was new to me.

    I took a long time to find a hosting solution I was happy with. The biggest mistake I made was assuming that the cheap hosting solution I (ill-advisedly) used in my first online venture was making backups. My sites were hacked and I lost the lot, with no backups.

    Joy – Blogging After Dark

    • Oleg says:

      Hey Joy,
      Thank you for the comment,

      Yeah, even if your webhost does make backups, you should still keep some backups offline. Always good to keep a safe and recent copy of your site off line in case something goes wrong,

      thanks,
      – Oleg

  3. Hi,

    Wonderful article, you have got shared some attention-grabbing nonetheless helpful tips to grasp regarding seo hosting. i used to be finding out seo hosting, thus can sure enough note these points.

    Thanks

  4. Great post, and some solid advice. I think anyone who’s been online for a few years has had their run in with these.
    Thanks to share this.

  5. Hi Oleg,

    Like Joy, I was not familiar with SEO hosting before reading your article. Fab piece.

    I see storage as huge in this area. As noted; better to overshoot and have excess gigs to play with versus not having enough to go through, because you don’t wanna ever be short on the storage side of things.

    Thanks much 🙂

    Ryan

    • Oleg says:

      Hey Ryan,

      Thank you for the comment,
      Yeah, always good to keep some extra gigs, just to be safe … and you should have a good connection with your host in case you need extra resources in quick time – say you get featured on TV or hit Reddit or goes viral on some other social site in a big way – and the last thing you need in a situation like that is a low on resources server with almost no response from your webhost,

      thanks,
      – Oleg

  6. Hi Oleg, I’ve been with Hostagor for almost 6 years as my 2nd hosting company and love their 24/7 service. I try to always back up before making any changes to my site and when I complete new posts. It’s come in handy as I’ve made a few mistakes and haven’t lost anything because of their great service. Having a great host is important because SEO would tank if you site was offline for some time.
    Great advice!

  7. Jaseir says:

    Hello,
    Very very useful post .
    Thanks for sharing.

  8. Massjo says:

    Hey Oleg, Thanks for the timing article as it will be helpful for me really. Recently i started a new blog but for short span i placed my blog in my friend hosting. I think this article helps me a lot to understand how seo hosting affects and site ranking.. Btw this is the first time i am visiting your blog, i hope will come again.

  9. Mandy Allen says:

    Hi Oleg, thanks for this. A brand new concept to me, but isn’t that what we’re all here for, to help each other and learn! Great share and good information.

    Enjoy the journey!

  10. Landed this website from trickyenough[dot]com and this is my first visit on this blog. I amazed to read the article. It was well describe and easy to understand. Will surely note useful tips of SEO hosting.

    Thanks 🙂

    ~Swapnil Kharche

  11. Great source of information. Happy to know more about SEO Hosting from you. keep it up.

  12. Santanu says:

    Web hosting also plays role is building good SEO score of any website and that is what explained here. many thanks for sharing such useful information here.

    • Oleg says:

      Hey Santanu,

      Thank you for the comment,
      Yeah, webhosting does play a good role in SEO – having a good webhost will surely increase organic traffic,

      thanks,
      – Oleg

  13. Hi Oleg,

    As you suggest, we need to use every tool available to optimize our sites within the algorithms of Google.

    SEO hosting is one tool that can help us achieve our goals for the many reasons you’ve given us here.

    Now we know 🙂

    -Donna

    • Oleg says:

      Hey Donna,

      Thank you for the comment,
      Absolutely, and perhaps SEO hosting is the most underused tool which is also the most effective one,

      thanks,
      – Oleg

  14. This information makes me so keen to test a Linux shared hosting. However, I wanted to try with only single IP with a single website. How much would be the price for that.
    I already knew that unique IP boosts the website SEO as it can never be in connection with a bad website on the same server. If I can get a separate IP, this would be awesome.

  15. Austin Hill says:

    Hi Vashishtha:
    Small SEO hosting plan will cost you $2 per month:
    5 GB of Storage and 40 GB of Bandwidth
    24/7/365 Support
    1 IP Address Included
    Excellent choice for small websites.

    This is special customized SEO package, design for users with single website.
    Please register yourself https://www.temok.com/register.php and let us know our support to setup account for you.
    You can upgrade your plan anytime later

  16. That is a great piece of information. Web hosting things are really messy. Every company claims that their service is superior to others. but in the end, very few of them actually means that. Thanks for sharing the info.

  17. Susan Velez says:

    Hi Oleg,

    Wow SEO hosting, I’ve never heard of that before. I can however, see it becoming popular as so many people are always looking for ways to improve the SEO of their website.

    I agree, bandwidth is extremely important when choosing a hosting account. The last thing you want is to get a flood of traffic only to find that you’ve exceeded your bandwidth.

    While I have to admit, I really don’t know that much about hosting. But it’s nice to know that there are plenty of other people who can tell us what to look for when choosing a hosting account. Thanks for sharing your expertise with us Oleg.

    Have a great day.

    Susan

  18. Enstine Muki says:

    Hi Oleg,
    Thanks for throwing more light on this.
    But isn’t this black hat? It could be considered gaming google, making it to think you are on different servers whereas everything is on shared space.

    Just a thought

    • Oleg says:

      Hi Enstine,

      Welcome to Temok and thank you for the comment,
      Good to see you here 🙂

      Anything black hat pretty much depends on the Intent – and the Purpose of doing it. SEO hosting makes Google to think that you are on a separate server – it could be a good thing depending on the Intent.

      If you have too many sites, it is not necessary that you are inter-linking those sites – You just want to keep your footprints clear, then I don’t see it as Black Hat.

      Ultimately, Google or any other search engine will rank a site on the top for which you are competing and if your content is better than the one which is ranking on the top – then whatever technique you use to reach there is white hat, because the end user is happy with you and is thankful to Google for sending you on top of the SERPs,

      Thanks,
      – Oleg

  19. Nishant says:

    Hello Olge, That was a good article. The concept of SEO hosting is new to me. Thanks for the intro.

  20. Hi Oleg,
    Please correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t this what’s used for private blog networks? In this case, wouldn’t it be risky as far as google is concerned?
    Thanks!

    • Oleg says:

      Hi Seif, nice to meet you.

      we know Google’s algorithms are targeting PBNs to devalue them, or deindex them completely.

      Make sure you have Unique C-class IP addresses. , Unique nameservers , Unique SOA email addresses .

      iF you have PBN blogs and they have different A, B or C class IP addresses, you are safe. IP addresses look like A.B.C.D (ex. 127.192.1.27). If only the last number, or D class, is different between different PrivateBlogNetworks blogs then they will not pass extra ranking power to your website and you will also start to accumulate risk of de-indexation.

    • Oleg says:

      Hey Seif,

      Yes, the PBNs do use this sometimes – but that does not necessarily mean that everything gets flagged because of it. If the SEO hosting provided is good, then it will keep your footprints clean and safe.

      Do note that PBNs are thinking along the same lines as you are – and they do buy normal hosting packages, VPS, dedicated servers – and pretty much everything – so it isn’t really a good idea to base your own decision based on what others might use.

      thanks,
      – Oleg

  21. arvind says:

    this was my first visit to your blog and i love the information shared on it ….learned a lot about SEO hosting through this post…thanks for sharing..!!!

  22. kumar says:

    Hi Oleg,
    Very useful tips on seo hosting. Seo is extremely important for any website to succeed.
    Thanks for sharing.

  23. madhu says:

    this kind of tips play very important role in boost website and blogs. this kind of seo is very important for rank a website

    • Oleg says:

      Hey Madhu,

      Welcome to Temok and thank you for the comment,
      Try to get a profile pic via. Gravatar, it looks good that way,

      thanks,
      – Oleg

  24. Naveen Kumar says:

    SuperB information!!! recently I have also launched my blog but I have taken basic version of host! Now I have planned soon I will upgrade when visitor Increase thank you admin for this deep & useful information..this page is going on my Facebook page to spread this useful information and bookmarked also! yay!!! please keep posting this useful stuffs… :))

    • Oleg says:

      Hey Naveen,

      Welcome to Temok and thank you for the comment,
      Yeah, that is how most bloggers grow – they start with their basic hosting package and then slowly grow based on their requirements,

      thanks,
      – Oleg

  25. Great post! I am a new at blogging and SEO has changed so much. These are very valuable tips.

    -Dan

  26. Hello Oleg! You did a really great job sharing this infomation on SEO hosting with us. I for one had NO Clue about any of it..

    Great Share As Always.
    Thank You
    Chery :))

  27. Thank you for sharing this information. I think many do not know about this and will be happy to learn about. I too learned a lot of new things from this article.
    Thanks for the guidence
    Erika

  28. Hi Austin
    I just was facing downtime recently on my web server which was around 2 days long. But I read your comment only a few hours later I moved to a different web server.
    Honestly speaking, I would shout if 2$ per month hosting plan gives me a dedicated IP and FREE SSL along with the bandwidth you have said.

    I am soon going to setup an account with Temok. Thanks for information.

  29. Austin Hill says:

    Hello:
    You will get free SSL certificate powered by Lets Encrypt.

  30. Hi Austin
    this free ssl from lets encrypt will be automatically activated or I will have to configure it. Either tech team person will help me in this?
    Please let me know.. Thanks

  31. Dhaval says:

    Hi,

    Wonderful article, you have shared some interesting and useful tips to know about seo hosting.

    Thanks

  32. Abigail says:

    Never Knew about these – Good & Informative Article !

  33. Wait a minute.

    I am a little bit confuse about the term you used “SEO Hosting,” I have heard the term “WordPress Hosting, ” but SEO hosting is a little bit ugly.

    12 different thing you have listed are good for SEO, and yes it is true that we need to pick the best hosting service for blog/website. Slow Speed of a website, bandwidth exceed, low disk space, caching issue, and few more factors can affect the SERPs. But these all have little value compare to content and other optimization techniques.

    • Oleg says:

      Hey Nikhil,

      Good to see you here, am a big fan of your blog!

      Yeah, totally agreed that ultimately valuable content is what matters – it is what attracts people! But surely, you don’t want a slow website? so I guess everything adds up and one should make sure that their website is good on all the factors!

      thanks,
      – Oleg

  34. swaloven says:

    Hi
    i never know before reading your article these things
    Thank you for sharing your awesome and great knowledge
    but still i have a question,
    which hosting is best and cheap if my website traffic is more than 200k per day?
    i am waiting your reply

    • Oleg says:

      Hey Swaloven,

      Welcome to Temok and thank you for the comment,
      Always good to hear positive feedback,

      200k traffic a day seems like a pretty strong website – I would go for a dedicated server for a site that big,
      much would depends on the Type of site though (social, blog, tool etc.)

      Feel free to make a reply to this comment with more details and will get a technician from Temok to give you a more specific answer to this,

      thanks,
      – Oleg

  35. Glad to see that you are reading my blog posts.

  36. Gaurav Heera says:

    such a nice and meaningful article on seo hosting this article is really meaningful and helpful, you write everything in a very nice way keep writing posts like this thanks

  37. Simon James says:

    Excellent article and information oleg, i had been looking for a site that went into detail about hosting requirements like your for a while, so nice job

  38. Unique topic and explained well thank you for the post and keep up the good work..

    • Oleg says:

      Hey Sohail,

      Welcome to Temok and thank you for the comment,
      Good to know that you have liked the post and its presentation,

      Please do get a Gravatar for yourself, that way your profile image will be displayed next to your name,

      thanks,
      – Oleg

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  40. Saila Shila says:

    Please give me some tips to reduce bounce rate of my blog.

    • Oleg says:

      Hey Saila,

      Welcome to Temok and thank you for the comment,
      Try to get a Gravatar for yourself, the default profile images does not look good 🙂

      about the bounce rate – here’s a few things you can try, start adding some catchy images at the top of the post – embed videos, make the text look catchy and scanable, use headings etc. throughout the post,

      Once you make these changes, let us know if your bounce rate has improved,

      thanks,
      – Oleg

  41. Roger says:

    Thanks, Oleg for your valuable tips.I would like to say a lot of thanks for these knowledge sharing tips.I hope this time I can work effectively on my blogging.Understanding the fact of not going for cheap hosting is the best vision from you what has changed my perceptions.you’re using the best form to convey your ideas.

    Keep on writing a post like this.
    Regards Roger.

  42. hi.. it is very good and helpful article.
    thanks for sharing, Thanks a lot

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