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Conntecting to SC and GA from same IP

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by theloneranger19, Dec 24, 2015.

  1. theloneranger19

    theloneranger19 Newbie

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    Hello gents!

    Few years ago I launched some sites in 2 very competitive niches.

    As an unexperienced SEO, at the beginning I tried to be white hat and, as I did not have anything to hide, I used to connect to GWMT and GA from the same IP (my house or my office), without using a VPS. I was still using different personas in Chrome and email addresses associated to those accounts, but logging in by using Google Chrome.

    Obviously, as I grew older and wiser, I starter do switch to black hat techniques, and among those I have built my own private BPN, where I make sure I leave no footprints (different servers, registar etc..). I am currently using the BPN for all my money sites apart from one, which I am keeping as clean as possible as it generates good revenues.

    The backlink profiles of my all my money sites are quite different to each other and I don't interlink my money sites. Moreover, my money sites are hosted in different servers and of course have different IP. The domains are privately registered.

    The question is: can Google take all my money sites down only because I log into google properties from the same IP? If yes, is still possible for me to de-associate my sites?

    Aplogies for the long message, I hope it was clear and thank you in advance for your help!

    Merry Xmas!
     
  2. ev3v4hn

    ev3v4hn Newbie

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    Hi I am trying to answer
    I am also a beginner in this field
    1. In my opinion, the higher the keyword competition, competitors will increasingly nasty.
    2. If the competitor can see backlinks from your moneysite , maybe he will report to Google about this.
    3. So I think it's just a matter of competition.
    4. Yes, Google might be able and can find your PBN.
    5. But it will be faster, if your enemy found you first

    Thus my understanding, may help you
    *iam sorry my english is not to good