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Blogfarm + Google Webmaster tools

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by artlan, Jan 18, 2009.

  1. artlan

    artlan Regular Member

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    Quick question, I am building a blogfarm and I was wondering whether adding my blogfarm sites to a google webmasters account is safe (detection wise by google). Do you suggest perhaps grouping all the blogfarms within one google webmasters tools account and my money sites within a separate google webmasters tools account?

    I just want to submit my sitemaps to google for quicker crawling of pages/posts and updates. Any suggestions?
     
  2. needlinks

    needlinks Regular Member

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    IMO, I would not do that or use G analytics on it. Call me paranoid, but I'm ok with that.
     
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    195471 Regular Member

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    By using Webmaster Tools and/or Analytics, you're letting G know too much. I have half a mind to think that G's tools were purposely created for gathering data that could be used for things that you'd rather they not be used for. ;)

    Me, too.

    "Only the paranoid survive." - Andrew S. Grove
     
  4. leipeic

    leipeic Registered Member

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    same for me. fck GA and GW
     
  5. bluematter

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    i would put every 5 or so on a different account. the sitemap tool is too good to not use at all
     
  6. steveJD

    steveJD Junior Member

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    I actually agree with Blue, I find the information too useful not to have at all but I am aware of the potential monitoring pitfalls so multiple accounts for me!