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Building Backlinks with a Banned IP

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by akazzz, Feb 28, 2012.

  1. akazzz

    akazzz Regular Member

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    Does building backlinks on a banned ip makes the backlinks worthless to Google?

    Recently, I kept receiving messages on my ip being banned by Google. I don't know how did that happen cause I've been using proxies when doing my 24/7 sb blasts and sick submitter blasts.

    Anyone got any experience with this?
     
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  2. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    It probably means your ip is submitting too many search queries. Refresh your modem and you should get a new ip, if not contact your hosting company and say that you cannot access Google and other websites and could they please give you a new ip address.

    ... Your fine to keep building backlinks from the ban ip as Google does not know that it's your ip creating the other web properties that you get backlinks from.
     
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  3. akazzz

    akazzz Regular Member

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    OK. I`ll do that right away. Thanks ! :) after my sb finishes the link checker.

    I thought Google will know if you are building backlinks from the same ip over and over again? Because I came to the conclusion that, that's why proxies exist. To hide your ip?
     
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    that's only really if you're building backlinks on google (ie blogger, google plus, etc)

    the purpose is to hide your ip from wherever you're doing your activity. Some people hide their ip so that facebook doesn't get wind that it's the same person with 30 accounts, some people hide their ip so that hubpages doesn't get wind that it's the same person with 30 accounts.

    All an ip proxy does it make it look like what you're doing is coming from a different computer to whatever site you're on.
     
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    This does not harm at all and will disappear in some hours.

    Question is, why this happened! Better make an intense virus-check and check your proxies for privacy.
     
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  6. akazzz

    akazzz Regular Member

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    I have no idea. How do I check my proxies for privacy?

    I'm relating this to the use of proxies with scrapebox because using scrapebox with proxies is A BIG FAT MUST from what people say. Why is this? I don't clearly understand.
    If we are posting to unique domains, why must we use a proxy? Unless we are posting 1000 comments on the same blog, that is understandble but not many people do that.
     
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    If you scraped Google quickly without a proxy, you would get a temp ban. (I don't mean the comment blasts.) I don't use a scraper, but I've had captcha prompts due to "unusual requests" and a temp ban from Google Maps due to too many requests. Is it possible something like this happened to you?
     
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    Sorry but I disagree with all the previous posts.

    Ok... Ip got shut down for spamming. Do you not think G is aware of this? Yes it will most likely come back on line, but don't you think it might be monitored? Google isn't all that stupid folks.

    Think about it this way: Your wife goes to your neighbors house each might. She comes home late each night. This goes on for a couple of weeks. Suddenly you have a revelation. Your neighbor is single.

    DUH...
     
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    All PP could have been wrong; we've all made assumptions. The OP states Google banned his IP, but not where. OP, where does it show Google has banned your IP? Did you use proxies when scraping?

    Nookie Monster - assuming it's not from Scraping (as you seem to disagree that it is?), how would Google know the Op is spamming if he's avoiding BlogSpot and other Google properties. I don't know what Scrapbox loads from a page when posting/blasting, but I would have thought it would avoid loading external content such as Analytics and Adsense? Or does it? I guess a lot of requests for those from the same IP could suggest to Google that someone is spamming.
     
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    The question is how long have you been married and does it really matter. Remember it is cheaper to keep her or just get out on good behavior after 7 to 10 years

    LOL
     
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    Usually the IP is not posted publicly, so I don't think it'd matter much.