jiten702 posted this at 10:05 — 26th June 2010.
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If the IP address of the server is changed, then does it have any effects on search engine rankings?
pr0gr4mm3r posted this at 16:22 — 27th June 2010.
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I had to change the IP address range on my dedicated server a few months ago, and I did not notice a decrease in traffic. I host a few blogs and other websites that average about 100 hits daily according to Google Analytics.
sanseo posted this at 06:55 — 3rd November 2010.
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But make sure all configuration have same as old one IP address Severer.
means functionality and server tag configure properly.
I see one web site when they switch Host (or IP) they face canonical issue in his website and this become head ache.
So keep eye on these and enjoy with new one.
hosted posted this at 10:43 — 8th November 2010.
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It have no affect, SE are indexing pages by domain name
ZeroOne posted this at 12:28 — 11th November 2010.
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farooqwani19 posted this at 13:32 — 5th May 2013.
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There will be no effect at all, thousands of people migrate their websites from one hosting provider to another, but never face any problem. Make sure the indexed urls are not changed, that will mess up the ranking as SEs will start reindexing urls as new urls.
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adficientppcmgt posted this at 15:16 — 20th June 2013.
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I think changing IP address does not affect rankings because I tried changing IP before and I didn't notice that there were changes in rankings.
ChristyMathew posted this at 04:57 — 9th July 2014.
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Hey.. it is not at al possible because it dosen't consider the IP but by only a domain name, so you must check the other causes for the same and take right action to fix..
Williamforrest posted this at 03:49 — 4th August 2014.
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No, it is not. SEO Rankings are based from domain names.
webdesigningcourse posted this at 12:35 — 18th May 2015.
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Not really. IP address change is just like a 301 redirect. In general, Search engine bots moves everywhere in the domain and its internal,external and index links irrespective of the hosting domain.
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