__/ [John Bokma] on Friday 11 November 2005 22:57 \__
> Berimor <berimor@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hey guys,
>> the site beign hosted on virtual server currently - on one IP there
>> are more than 400 sites. Is there any difference for Google - whether
>> site on virtual hosting or has the dedicated IP? Can PR gain
>> something if site is on its own IP?
> Does it matter to your visitor(s)? No. Most don't even care, unless your
> site becomes very very slow.
> So in short: I doubt if Google rewards dedicated IPs. Based on what? Do
> they have better content?
Might that often provide an indication of *credibility*? very few spammers
will be willing to invest in expensive hardware. They rely on the quick buck
before content (or worm) 'fades away'...
The question is: will it be *ethical* to penalise virtual hosting? It was
questionable enough when Google filed a patent on benefiting sites based on
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