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change ip clean cookies or both ?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by merlierfrancois, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. merlierfrancois

    merlierfrancois Registered Member

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    Hi to all, good morning.

    Just a question 1 more :D

    If you make blogs, ping pages, each time you make a new one you need to clean cookies, change ip or both same time please.

    Thanks :sombrero:
     
  2. noob411

    noob411 Junior Member

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    good question~I have never changed my ip to make a blog would there be a reason to?
    and I always clean the cookies
     
  3. mbceo

    mbceo Junior Member

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    No need to do either in regards to your specific question.
     
  4. merlierfrancois

    merlierfrancois Registered Member

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    well i do 2 templates, 2 new blogs for 2 companies i promote i left 1 hour clean cookies and after change ip and ping
    But i do not know if only clean cookies is enought ?? ip scare me :) thanks mbceo so clean cookies is enought ?

    I ask a question like that yesterday to make tons of blogs, and someone tell me better to use proxies
    so i ask now what's best clean cookies, change ip or both ?

    thanks
     
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  5. justone

    justone Elite Member

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    If you create multiple accounts with a single IP you leave a trace.
    Actually most companies look mainly at the IP, cookies are important too but the IP is the main identification used to detect multiple account violates.

    I'd say in most cases you'll not have a problem when you create two accounts with one IP.
    In some cases it's already too much, Digg as example.
     
  6. merlierfrancois

    merlierfrancois Registered Member

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    thanks justone

    the trouble is if you use same ip and make each hours 2 new account. Look like in 10 hours 20 accounts same ip so troubles and best change ip when you finish to promote 1 blogger account 1 template and no more.
     
  7. Robbygoalgoal

    Robbygoalgoal Newbie

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    I have never been changing IPs and everything is good with my blogs. I do, however, clean up my cookies, once in a while but not all the time. But, having another IP for another blog may also have its advantages.