Domain has several IP addresses. Can this affect the SEs positions?

Started by ShreeVaghani, Jul 11, 2022, 02:27 AM

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ShreeVaghaniTopic starter

The situation is following: Domain has several IP addresses changing randomly. There are about 4 of them.
How and when this happened, I don't quite understand, but 3 weeks ago the SEs positions fell sharply from 79% to 30% :o and traffic so ....

Could it be this factor, which I found out about, to influence the sharp decline in positions? And what do you advise me to do?
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Sevad

No, it doesn't. Few people buy a dedicated IP, so hosting providers hang hundreds sites on one IP.
Another thing is that it may have a spam or banned site.

Buy a dedicated server, every hosting provider offers such service.
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Austin

For good positions, SEO specialists often recommend placing a site on a dedicated IP address. It may seem like a useless recommendation, but it makes sense.

When the websites of unscrupulous owners who send spam, spread viruses, violate the law are located at the same address where your web resource is located, IP can be blocked.
If a complaint is received about one of the neighboring sites, all domains can be sanctioned, and as a result your website will be unavailable.
You can check which sites you are adjacent to on the same IP using the 2ip service.
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