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Creating multiple Web 2.0 properties without getting banned?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by davids355, Jan 26, 2014.

  1. davids355

    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have been trying to rank Web 2.0 properties using various methods.
    mainly because it saves on hosting and domain costs, and it's quicker and easier to set up.

    there are a few platforms that I prefer, but I'm wondering how many I can create before they get banned / ie is it safe to create several properties/blogs under the same account on a single platform?

    is it safe to create a few accounts under different emails, on the same platforms, without having to worry about using a proxy every time in log in?
     
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    I know weebly you can create many sites under the same username. A little trick I use is use the 'education' sign up, it removes any risk of having to verify by phone:

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    education.weebly.com
     
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  3. rob1977

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    That's a handy tip I found weekly to be quick to pull the trigger on the banhammer if everything doesn't add up.
     
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    I always made multiple accounts with different emails on the top five platforms, without using proxies.

    The majority of them work fine, are still up etc. But I made these with supreme quality, 5+ unique articles, filler content, all readable and customized etc.

    I now have my VA doing this but I make her use private proxies.

    I wouldn't use the same account, especially on platforms like Blogger...
     
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    Tumblr also allows you to have as many blogs as you want under one e-mail. :)
     
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    Thanks. I'll go for separate emails - just in case one property gets flagged for spam by the platform owners.
     
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    Safest way to have different account / different email / different IP. I am trying to limit creation of account to 5 per IP if you create them in same time.
     
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    5 is fine as I'm only creating a few of these properties and they'll act as my primary sites.

    then I use rankwyz for secondary tiers.

    BUT now that I think about it, there's no reason why I couldn't use rankwyz for the main site as well is there (just with a separate campaign with HQ content and only 1 property.
     
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    It's not very common practice for admins to delete Web20 sites just like that, but if you have crappy content and add links to your site too quickly then you're simply pushing your luck.
    Also these three are the ones to watch out - opera, webstarts & doomby. I've had blogs there and they got deleted rather easy.
     
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    When I make my web 2.0 platforms I do not worry about using a unique proxy every single time because of
    the cost and hassle. I do buy a list of pre made email addresses to use though because I have found out using
    separate emails per platform is best. I do not think they are sticklers for a unique IP.

    -RK