SEO hosting describes any web hosting service that provides multiple IP addresses in a manor that's easy to manage. Often times, these IP addresses are geographically dispersed (and not confined to a single location). There are a number of reasons that people choose to use SEO hosting services. It's true that hosting location is a significant ranking factor in both local SEO and International SEO. Others, with large networks of micro-sites, feel more comfortable hosting these web sites in a geographically dispersed fashion. Sometimes the reason isn't SEO at all, and you just need a web host that makes it really easy to manage multiple IP addresses, for SSL certificates, custom applications, or otherwise.
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Yes, and we use the tools available from our control panel, WHM, to make this as easy as possible. When you first log in to your new SEO hosting account our system will automatically assign an IP from your available pool of IPs to each domain you create. After you have assigned a domain to each unique IP you can click the List Accounts option in WHM to see a table of each unique Class C IP and its corresponding domain.From here you will need to take note of which IP each domain is using. Next you will need to edit your DNS zone files as explained in our tutorials click here. You now need to point ns1.yourdomain.xxx and ns2.yourdomain.xxx to the same IP you assigned to yourdomain.xxx when you created the account. To do this:
Your last step will be to update the name server records at your domain registrar from your old host to your newly created private nameservers. The process will be different for each registrar, however, your objective is to change your nameservers to ns1.yourdomain.xxx and ns2.yourdomain.xxx. You can find tutorials that show the nameserver update process at most registrars at Private Nameservers Tutorials. Or alternatively, you can contact your registrar directly.
Ultimately your details should be similar format shown below;
ns1.yourdomain.xxx >> IP shown for yourdomain.xxx in the WHM List Accounts page
ns2.yourdomain.xxx >> IP shown for yourdomain.xxx in the WHM List Accounts page
Please keep in mind -- sometimes propagation may take up to 72hrs
Yes. We have a plug-in for WHM to make this as easy as possible. Once you login to your WHM account you will see a link to "IP Manager" on the left navigation menu listed under "Plugin". Once you click that link you will see your accounts shown in the left window and the Class C IP shown on the right. Choose the account you wish to change in the left window and click on "Change" button then you will have a new window which shows yourdomainname with current IP Address, pick a new IP Address using drop down and final click on "Change" button. Simple as that! Your site's IP is now changed.