Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wzulu, Feb 28, 2014.
do i need different ips when i making web 2.0 or backlinks?
No, unless you want to make multiple accounts on same web 2 sites.
yes. You do. Use proxy or a VPN. HideMyAss Pro is pretty good and cheap for beginners.
ok thanks! very much! so google cant cach me if i havenot different ips(proxy) every web2.0
using proxies you leave no to very little footprint if done correctly.
I believe the only reason to use different IPs would be to create multiple (I'm talking more than 4 or 5) accounts on the same web2.0 properties. They wont let you create a ton of accounts from the same ip. But to my knowledge Google does NOT know from which IP a blog post was made.. IMO they just crawl the url and see there is a link to one of your sites. Nothing to worry about.
This logic obviously does NOT apply to blogger.com which is owned by Google They might be too lazy to track IPs and stuff but let's not take any risks.
Going the black hat way is always trouble maintaining and keeping track.
I prefer to use one account and IPs, there are several ways to get good backlinks
from diverse sources that clearly leaves you on top of the SERP.
Each web 2.0 is hosted on different IPs by the owners, that's all i need to get started in the realm of SEO.
Yes, for both you need to be get links from different IP's otherwise Google easily identify your links come from the same IP's, so it is more likely to get penalized and you won't get any SEO benefits either.
I think you should use proxy - because if links are coming from same IP- It will create harm sooner or later.
Unless you would create multiple accts on the same web 2.0 site.
I agree with you mate. I prefer to get the backlink from individual IP's from each site to get the better rank in SERP..
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