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About Using the same user account to make several posts when building a pyramid

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by terry75, Oct 23, 2012.

  1. terry75

    terry75 Registered Member

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    Hi,

    When you create a pyramid, how much do you care about using the same account to make several posts in the same pyramid or relatedd pyramids (go to the same money site)?

    What I mean is, if you make 1000 wiki accounts for example, you can use the same account for another post. But if the account name is "abc123" and if I use the same account for another post, then that post page contains "abc123" somewhere. Also most platforms have the author page where it links to all the posts that author (account) makes from the author's page and it can be easily a foot print.

    Do you usually care about it and use only 1 post/account in the same pyramid or do you use the same account several times to post? I could make another set of accounts every time, but it just takes some more captcha fees and become difficult to organize the accounts. Especially for bookmark sites or wikis where I can use many links - if you have 1000 bookmark sites for bookmarks and if I am to use one bookmark per account, I need to make many many accounts.

    Do you care much about it or is it something too trivial to care about?
    Maybe doesn't matter for 2nd or 3rd tier?
    Any inputs are appreciated.

    Thank you.
     
  2. terry75

    terry75 Registered Member

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    Hi,
    Seems like no one responded....would it be because which of the below?
    (1) It's a too noob damn question and something I should figure out by myself?
    (2) It wasn't clear what I was asking about?
    (3) It is something nobody knows and can't really answer?
    (4) Other (Can you tell me?)

    I'd like to know how noob I am I suppose :p
    Thank you for your time. I'd appreciate it.
     
  3. Tangy

    Tangy Regular Member

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    Well let's see... if you were a search engine algorithm and you saw 1000 pages all linking to the same website and every page had the exact same "abcxyz123" name on it, what would you think?

    In other words: yes, using the same nickname is a bad idea. Diversify and don't leave footprints.
     
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  4. terry75

    terry75 Registered Member

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    Thank you - I understand that however -(probably my wording was not so great)- in my example, there are 1000 accounts with 1000 different usernames (Abc123, azk145 etc. - user name can be created with spun).

    Let's say I create 1000 wiki accounts (each one has different user name) for (as) my 3rd tier. I use them to my 2nd tier, which are 100 articles(for example). Each article gets 10 wiki links with different user names, which should be no problem.

    Now, if I had another batch of tier 2 sites - lets say 100 blog posts. Should I not use the same set of wiki accounts to backlink them?

    Then, the account "abc123" is giving one link to each batch of tier2 so would not be much of a footprint. However the problem I am asking about is, G could trace back to the same set of wiki sites (1000 different user names, but the same "set") at tier 3.

    I hope I made myself a little bit more clear about what I'm asking...