Widening your market infrastructure by exploiting Class C host has been considered the straightforward solution for internet marketing. Although classes A, B, and C are used in hosting, the number of possible network IDs for each class varies across the three classes. Class C has the highest, followed by Class B, and Class A, the last. Now, how does hosting a variety of Class C IPs work? Why can’t just one site establish connections with neighboring sites, those under the same C Block IPs?
You may want to consider, as a representation, a house linked to so many neighbors within the same community. You might suspect that these “neighbors” are not actually neighbors of the said house for they are ones with the house owned by just one land owner. You now would think that these neighboring houses don’t have people dwelling inside, enough to consider them inappropriate for their main purpose why they are built. The same is true with websites. Websites are ranked for they were created to stand their purpose – that is, audiences have to visit them just as a family resides a house.
Websites will be seen illegitimate by the search engines if at the first place their creation is questionable, just so because the wise webmaster used this scheme to create links with his main site to uplift its ranking. Mind you, these “dummy” sites have no power to put the other at the top in the rankings for they alone, are not enough to increase themselves in the search engine rankings – not really a help at all.