View Poll Results: What do you do if you have more than one site?

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  • I have one ISP for all my sites

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    Default Do You have one ISP for all your sites?

    Some SEO gurus say that if one has more than one website from the same business sector, it is better to distribute them over more than one Internet Service Provider, otherwise it might affect google ranking negatively. On the other hand, having all sites with one ISP is definitely more economical and better manageable than scattering them all over the world. It would be interesting to know, what most of us do. Keep one ISP or go for more?


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    exsume what is isp ? is it the ip of website ?

    some guru seo have spoken to have different class C ? wrong ?
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    ISP = Internet Service Provider

    This is the company that hosts your website. It is possible to be on a single ISP but have different IP addresses.

    I think Class C is a category of IP address within a specific number range, and that having different Class C addresses would just mean using multiple IP addresses all within the range identified as Class C. It would be helpful for someone with more technical background to confirm this or explain IP classes more accurately though.
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    I voted wrong. My answer is the second. But it's not so important. Because I have now only one good site, later maybe at the end of this year I'm planning to launch a new site which I'll host on another ISP, because I know that it's important for search engines ranking.

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    I use 2 ISPs and have 3 different C-class IP addresses. I have a few sites under each address and haven't noticed any less rankings than I probably deserve.

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    Casino City uses two ISP's, so I selected that answer.

    We are a small ISP ourselves, hosting both our websites and the websites of quite a few other companies on our 50+ servers. We have network connections to four different backbone providers, with a number of different connections to each, and failover when individual connections are down. Our total IP address block includes 4,096 ip addresses, or 16 class C ip address blocks.

    We also have a server located at another ISP located in Baton Rouge Louisiana that is used to serve our banner advertisements. We have a subsidiary corporation that enters into all of our advertising contracts and serves all of our banner advertisments, and from a legal perspective we felt Lousiana state offered us the best legal framework for that subsidiary corporation.

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    Three ISPs for various sites.

    Not for any particular reason - just that each ISP seemed a good place to go at the time was looking to establish a site - over the 7/8 years of working on the net.

    And although you might think that rationalising makes sense - it just seems too much like hard work to relocate sites into a single ISP again.

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    one isp !!

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