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Do you track all of your sites with the same Google account?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seochris96, Nov 10, 2012.

  1. seochris96

    seochris96 Regular Member

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    Let's say you have some black hat sites, a design site, a couple clients sites, and sites you just experiment on.

    Do you add the same analytics tracking account to them and login from your home ip? I'm just curious if you really went apeshit on one of them, would G see all of your other sites in the same account and say okay, spammy spam, suck it.
     
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    weruncompanies Power Member

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    No, I don't G access to anything.. No Webmaster tools, no analytics, etc.. It's my private site data I'm not sharing it for free. I pay for better programs that cost more but it's worth it, and I've had zero issues. I don't do incredibly spammy sites either, I run legit sites, I have nothing to really hide? But even if I did why would I let G know? I'll keep making money and ranking while the rest of the crowd breaks down and uses GA since it's free, and wonders why they can't rank well.
     
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  3. seochris96

    seochris96 Regular Member

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    Good call. I'm glad to know I'm not as paranoid as my wife claims. The idea of giving google an open book into my sites doesn't seem like a wise move.
     
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    BigFatWallet Power Member

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    Neither do I nor will I recommend anyone doing it.
     
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    ProAffiliate01 Junior Member

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    I try not to use multiple accounts anymore. It's too risky.
     
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    Robert Corby Newbie

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    I have used multiple ip adresses in one day to build backlinks to my site manually and less than 20 than 20 were build before google took down my site through my hosting company and said I was using black hat methods.
     
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    mikeoff Junior Member

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    Bullshit. That's impossible. Google can't track from what IP's you're building links. They also never say thay you were using blackhat methods. If you're reffering to 'unnatural links' warning message in GWT, then again, 20 links has nothing to do about it.
     
  8. FatSteve

    FatSteve Regular Member

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    I just have Ganalytics on money sites, rest of them track with hosting tools - there are plenty in your hosting cPanel.