Tag Archives: IP

Google: It Doesn’t Hurt If Your Site Ranks With Its IP Address

Imagine instead of seeing your web site address, i.e. domain.com listed in the Google search results for your brand name, instead you see an IP address listed. I am sure some of you have stumbled across this in the past…

SEO: Different C-Class IP Addresses “Dramatically” Helps Improve Link Value & Ranking Boost

Greg Niland, aka GoodROI, who has been in the SEO community for ages, said on WebmasterWorld that he just tested the old fashion question around how important having links from different c-blocks, c-classes…

Google: Don’t Redirect By IP Location

Google’s John Mueller said on Twitter that is not always the best cast to redirect users (or bots) by the location of the IP address of that user or bot. He said it can often not only “break indexing” but also “frustrate users.”

As you know, most of the time…

Google: Do Not To Worry About Unique IP Addresses Or C-Blocks

You often see SEOs or hosting companies recommending you get your own IP address and keep your web sites separate across different IP blocks, this way you don’t fall in with a bad neighborhood. Truth is…

Google.co.uk Chrome Users Sent To Google.com?

Last week I saw a story about Google redirecting UK Chrome users on their searches to Google.com versus Google.co.uk. I asked Google about it and they basically redirected me to the report IP problems form…

Google Improves Crawling and Indexing of Location-Adaptive Pages by @mattsouthern

Pages can be designed to adapt to a user’s specific location, showing different content to users in different parts of the world. While these types of pages are great for searchers in different countries, they presente crawling changes for Google. Since Googlebot uses US IP addresses, it may not be indexing all content on location-adaptive pages. To combat this challenge Google has introduced improvements to Googlebot that will give it the ability to detect when its crawling location-adaptive pages. These improvements include geo-distributed crawling, and language-dependent crawling. With geo-distributed crawling, Googlebot would start crawling a page using IP addresses that […]

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New: Google Supports Locale-Aware Content Based On IP & Languages

Forever, Google said to treat Google’s crawlers, GoogleBot, as you would any searcher or user accessing your site from the United States. But now this is going to change because Google may crawl your site from IP addresses outside of the US and also may crawl your site with language settings outside of English-US.

Google: Move From IP To Domain As A Normal Site Move

It is uncommon, but some sites actually work and run off their IP address, instead of a domain name. DNS, the domain name system, was created to give people an easy way to find a web site, but a domain name…