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Different email for each tier 1 web2.0 site???

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by resz9, Jul 12, 2012.

  1. resz9

    resz9 Regular Member

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    Hi bhw members, would like to ask some question, maybe sound a bit noob, i create a web2.0x10 as a first tier to my money site with spun unique content(pass copyscape) my question is, do i need to registered each web2.0 with different email,so it is hard for google to detect my footprints??and are each blog have their ip??
     
  2. harry911

    harry911 Regular Member

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    Google doesn't have access to these emails, so one email would do fine.
     
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  3. ja1myn

    ja1myn Senior Member

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    You might want to use different Gmail accounts if you're using Blogger.com web 2.0s since Google owns Blogger.com.
     
  4. harry911

    harry911 Regular Member

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    You can create only one blogger account per email anyway.
     
  5. Big_0n3

    Big_0n3 Senior Member

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    It isnt necessary to have one email adress for each account...
     
  6. puneetas3

    puneetas3 Senior Member

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    Emails are not visible to public, so Google can't detect them. Instead just use different usernames. If you are using a software to create these Web 2.0s then you can enter username in spin format for your project.
     
  7. rossdavvid

    rossdavvid Junior Member

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    google does not have acces to read backend email of web2.0 blog, so i suggest you can create all blogs with same email id.