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can google track my laptoop adress and ip when i do black hat seo ??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by davidchir, Feb 9, 2015.

  1. davidchir

    davidchir Newbie

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    hello , i am new here and on black hat seo also , i just want to ask if google can track my laptoop adress and my home ip adress when i do black hat seo (gateway pages + 301 redirect ) , if yes , so google can ban all my websites from google even if they are clear.?? if this is true how can i avoid this.
     
  2. dreamseopacks

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    Even if they could, they wouldn't ban websites on the basis of their hosting ip addresses, as many shared hosting accounts use a single ip for thousands of websites owned by different individuals.
     
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    jackl Regular Member

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    I bet Snowden would say yes.
     
  4. iAuthority

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    you can hide your ip address by using hide ip tools, it will protect from you that kind of problem, so many software are available for that.......................
     
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    Use vpn or proxy service.
     
  6. davidchir

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    i dont think a vpn is a good idea because there is physical adress
     
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    Yes Google is watching you bro you need to be careful!

    Your best bet is to take your laptop and go to a different place with free wifi every day to mix the IP signals up. If you live in a major city, there are bound to be dozens of Starbucks you can choose from. So you can start there.

    After you exhausted all Starbucks, I recommend McDonalds because most locations offer free wifi as well.

    So my schedule looks something like this:

    Monday - Starbucks
    Tuestday - Public Library
    Wednesday - McDonald's
    Thursday - A Friend's Place (only do this if you have a lot, remember we need different IPs!)
    Friday - Home (but with scraped proxies)

    I also recommend having multiple laptops, and even once in a while work from a tablet and smartphone just to mix it up. Ideally you also want to have devices that have different operating systems between Windows and IoS. So maybe have an Ipad and a phone that runs Android, you get the idea.

    Also be on the lookout for Google maps vans as they double as blackhat surveillance. I would also recommend always working indoors where your face will be shielded from Google satellite images. As a precaution I would also recommend wearing a hoodie to conceal your identity.

    Good luck.
     
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    ChanzGrande Elite Member

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    Yes, this is certainly a good guaranteed working method, but you might also consider proxies, or a VPN service.
     
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    Be very careful. Don't use Google Chrome when carrying out your black hat techniques. They actively watching you.
     
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    I like to throw Burger King into that schedule every other week to keep things different. What's your take on how KFC will effect my rankings?
     
  11. WebLab

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    If you are doing something on your website then google will watch on your website, not your computer. If you access google services from your computer, for example - google analytics, then yes Google can make connection between your website and who is accessing ( in this case, its you).
    And Google don't go personally after anyone ( and it can't), it has algorithm to sort out blackhat stuffs.
     
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    If you become a known spammer, or your spammy activities spread too far, or you link your sites to one webmaster tools/analytics account, you might have enough reason to worry. For now, you are just being too paranoid.
     
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