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Can Google see IP on social bookmark sites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Kralj187, Aug 8, 2013.

  1. Kralj187

    Kralj187 Senior Member

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    Like the question says it. Can Google see my IP on social bookmark sites. Do I have to use proxies?
     
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    Abstroose Elite Member

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    No, they don't have access to that.
     
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    videouploader Power Member

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    Check People's Socail Bookmark selling thread here you will lot more information yes if you have different IP it better, infact even i have senuke XCR with many private proxies i just bought Bookmarks from some else. :)
     
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    cryptons Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    dont worry as the up people said they can't!
    enjoy!
     
  5. BuildMoreLinks

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    No Google does not has access to your IP during the submissions, to be always on a safer side use proxies.
     
  6. competent123

    competent123 Registered Member

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    no, google is a lot , but its not god , google can't see what you do unless you are on his servers or a server with his script

    only NSA can do that. because they got access to your net traffic. direct.
     
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    No of course not. They do not have access to that data, nor would they want it.

    The reason to use different ips when submitting is only to prevent bans from the sites you are submitting to. It has nothing to do with masking your ip from google. Contrary to popular belief google is not some magical all seeing all knowing entity. The do not have direct access to other webmaster's sites, passwords, logins, etc. Google is a search engine. They funsction much like a data base. They serve results to users based on their own proprietary ranking algorithms. They function via link data and content analysis. That does not include keeping track of sites where an ip logged in, made a link, used the same password/user name etc. That's all just paranoid delusion. The only place they'll track and monitor your ip is when messing around with their services like Adsense accounts, Adwords, YouTube, etc. Then they have a vested interest in preventing fraud to their services, because that's their money! Tracking logins, and activity on other sites is completely irrelevant.
     
  8. Kralj187

    Kralj187 Senior Member

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    What about emails? Profiles are public visible so how many mails should I rotate?
     
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    zep123dmc Junior Member

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    Yea, should we use a different email for each social bookmark account?
     
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    I'm sorry Abstroose, But I have to disagree with you . Google has all the info for user behavior on social bookmarking sites. At least the most famous ones .
    And I'm not talking about their google analytics .

    YOu can find more information here : https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/socialdata/
     
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    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    If the site has the Google analytics code its collecting the data. most - or at least some of it. GA data is notoriaously flakey. Just having a Youtube vid or any flash or java on a page can feck it up) but in practice..yes

    However, in my experience most siutes DON'T have Google analytics installed

    http://marketingland.com/google-analytics-is-installed-on-more-than-10-million-websites-9935

    10 million out of well over 600 million

    http://royal.pingdom.com/2013/01/16/internet-2012-in-numbers/

    (both these figures are from about 8 months ago - but you can extrapolate the current situation pretty well)

    Less than 2% of sites have GA installed. One in every 60 on average. And many of those that DO have it installed are not open to any sort of posting at all. There is a high corrolation between bespoke sites and analytics use - and you aren't going to be making posts and creating links on many bespoke sites.

    Of that 2%? What Do Google Do?

    We don't know what they do with it, whether they reverse engineer it to see if the same IP is used to post across many sites - but if the site you are posting to has GA installed then yes Google can see the IP's that visit and track what they do.

    Look at your own GA data and ytou can see this information from people who visit your site. Where they came from (referer) the IP address they were on, what pages they went to .... If you can see it on your GA account.

    Main point is with GA, most sites do not have it. The vast majority in fact do not have it. Once you have left the site Google would have a hard job to see who had visited and despite GA being a big thing for those of us in SEO, for those outside, very few use it.

    1.8% of sites approximately have it.

    So unless you're spamming tens of thousands of sites without proxies (which - let's be honest here - people used to do and some numpties probably still do) there is little chance of getting found out.

    Scritty