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Can I get sandboxed for Link Pyramids?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by InfinityAI, Jun 18, 2011.

  1. InfinityAI

    InfinityAI Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If I do blackhat SEO through Link Pyramids, what are the chances that I would get sandboxed?

    Any feedback or constructive criticism appreciated!
     
  2. ronmojohny

    ronmojohny Regular Member

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    Unlikely, because if done properly there are only a few sites linking directly to your money site. The worst that could happen is.. nothing (no ranking increases)
     
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  3. Em][n3m

    Em][n3m Power Member

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    NO!!!

    you willl only get sandbox for massive xrumer or scrapebox blasts on new sites , or backlinks from just 1 source ex . Profile backlinks
     
  4. InfinityAI

    InfinityAI Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I usually do a lot of PayPal and eBay related stuff and I'm a little bit paranoid about IP's, tracking cookies, and things like that.

    So my question is: Does Google keep track of how many sites you own and keep track of your IP? Is there any necessity to separate the cookies/IP's for the sites you're linking?
     
  5. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    No one can honestly answer this question for you besides a Google employee. Yes, Google does track every user whether you know about it or not. Think about it: Anytime you add Adsense to your site, Google is watching you right there. Add that code to 25 other websites and Google is watching you under all your 25 websites.
     
  6. semilar

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    only thing you can do is clear your cookies, flash cookies, and temp files regulary, and do only log onto google accounts from a browser where all this is already set. Best would be if you use tor too, to get another ip, and for every site you manage, for every google adsense or webmaster or other google account to clear all things mentioned above and get another ip through tor. this would make it very hard for google to track you. and don't use multiple tabs while doing that... better paranoid then being fucked later by the big G.
     
  7. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    What possible ways can you screw yourself with programs like Senuke?