All of my sites use dedicated ip addresses. However I'm starting to make small websites that I intend to sell down the road.
Since I'm making a lot of small sites, and most people never even think about getting a dedicated ip address, should I just let them all use a shared one?
Thanks, I figured for small sites they can all share one. Big sites however I like to have on dedicated ip's.
If you happen to be sharing an ip with an adult site or blacklisted one it can effect your rank and/or cause your site to be blocked.
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