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Avoiding footprint with high PR blogs?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by domainmadness, Feb 6, 2012.

  1. domainmadness

    domainmadness Senior Member

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    If I found a good source of backlinks (lets say blogs to comment) with good PR and d0f0llow links, should I just manually "spam" all of my sites addresses there or does this leave a footprint if I do it in few blogs? If you think it indeed leave a footprint, what kind of approach I should take then? And because there just is not a lot of high pr links available for you to find, its tempting to get the benefit for your every site.
     
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    domainmadness Senior Member

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    Anyone?
     
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    dankerman666 Regular Member

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    I don't see an issue as long as your sites have different namservers/hosting and you use a proxy/vpn for every comment you make manually
     
  4. domainmadness

    domainmadness Senior Member

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    Actually proxies would not be a problem, but I am using same hosting for multiple sites. What approach you would take in such situation?
     
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    If you are really worried about it backlink a web 2.0 page or other tier one site instead of directly to all your money sites. If you have say 5 money sites you could mix it up a bit. build 2 or 3 links from each page but mix them up so they are not all the same.
     
  6. Techxan

    Techxan Elite Member

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    This is a really good question. I have never noticed any problem and I do it with my sites, but I never tested it or anything.
     
  7. domainmadness

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    Yeah, would like to do it right first time. Lets just hope some experienced members hop in enlighten us.
     
  8. domainmadness

    domainmadness Senior Member

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    I have been reading a bit about SEO hostings and what I have read, it seems they are not providing what they are selling...

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...e-optimization-hosting-complete-bullshit.html
    And answer from my current hosting provider when I ask if they have a solution for me.

    So what is the right way to go?