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    I don't know much about this, but suppose your site is banned by Google and you put up a new site in its place. Is it possible that Google won't allow the new site because it tracks your IP address and knows a banned site previously came from that IP address?

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    If you have a static ip address and you violated their terms this could be. But usually ips serve dynamic ip addresses so that this will not work. Check it out.
    Jonny

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    I use IRM's a lot to squeeze the hosting budget. I have one site that got PR0'd from the first spidering, but that hasn't affected any of the other sites on the same hosting package, which is all one static IP not shared with anyone else.

    Just my experience on one host, one site, so YMMV.


    (edited to add the word static)

    [ 05-11-2002: Message edited by: webmistress ]

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