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Building Web 2.0's

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by socialblast, May 25, 2013.

  1. socialblast

    socialblast Regular Member

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    I have a question about building Web 2.0sShould you use a different email address for every account you make? Is it better using free email address such as hotmail etc?Why do people insist on using proxies to sign up to different sites? Google don't have that kind of information do they to know which ip was used up on sign up? Never got my head around that. Also, in regards to tier 2 links how many links to each property is a good number? Do you just do a few to get it indexed or the more the better?
     
  2. IamBlackhatter

    IamBlackhatter Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I use 1 email & 1 proxy for a whole single campaign and never use the same again.For tier2 i work randomly.consider the authority of the site in which you are building links than quantity.
     
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    coxi999 Junior Member

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    You can use same FREE email on all web properties

    The proxy isn't for Google's benefit, the web 2 sites will ban your account if you use the same IP to sign up multiple time. Also use ccleaner before signing up again to get rid of all cookies etc.

    Tier 2 inks are just personal preference, I usually adjust them depending on how many tier 1's I have so I get a good spread across all tier 1, link if I had 100 tier 1 web 2's I would maybe send 10 per day to tier them but if I only had 5 tier 1 maybe 50 - 100 a day. All depends on how many campaigns you have running in your tier 2 software also.

    Hope this helps..
     
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  4. socialblast

    socialblast Regular Member

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    Ah OK so it's for signing up to the same site I understand now thanks.

    So how does Google look at links from the same domain more than once? For example signing up to Wordpress twice and making 2 web 2.0 sites pointing to the same money site? Is this useless? Only reason I ask is if create lots of web 2.0's and make another from the same site by mistake.
     
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    Ref.domains will be the same but it will differ with profile name and content that is posted.
     
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    I too make my web2.0s as Coxy999 said. Use ccleaner affter every a/c you make.
     
  7. CandyLand

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    Many sites do let you create multiple accounts on one proxy, as long as you use a different email address for each account. The biggest risk is that if one of your accounts gets deleted for spam that they will remove all associated accounts. It's better to just play it safe and use a different proxy and email address for each account on a single site. You can use the same email address and same proxy on different sites.

    Google only has a website's data if they have Google Analytics installed.

    As for how many tier 2 links to build to each tier 1 link, it depends on the level of competition and the number of tier 1 links. There's not enough information here to properly answer your question.