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Here is why 'C' class IPs still matter when it comes to SEO. Look at the example website IP address below.
We break this one address into four separate classes.
The first set of numbers is the ‘A’ class
The second set is the ‘B’ class
The third set is the ‘C’ class
The fourth set is the ‘D’ class
Your websites is often hosted by servers with the same ‘C’ class of ips. So their ips might look something like this:
Search engines know this and can spot when related sites cross link to each other from within the same class C ip address. These links are often filtered out of the ranking algorithms. If your site has too many of these types of links it can even bring a penalty to your site. That's where “SEO Hosting” comes in. When you order a Multiple IP Hosting account you will be given a number of unique Class C IP addresses. You can use these IPs to create micro-websites that provide content relevant links to your targeted website.