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Does Google track you when you post comments or forum posts?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seo4life, Aug 31, 2016.

  1. seo4life

    seo4life Regular Member

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    I mean, do they do that or is it safe to use chrome to build links?
    DO you have to be extra carefull, do you think they really bother doing this?

    How you post links to avoid Matt Cutts bots to track you?
     
  2. CialisBilligInternet

    CialisBilligInternet BANNED BANNED

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    Matt Cutts bots? sounds like darth vader and his storm troopers the way you word things...

    I wouldnt worry about building backlinks on chrome.
     
  3. SEOMemj

    SEOMemj Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Let's look at things from a practical standpoint.

    You're a business owner in X industry. You're probably within a community or two within that industry so it's natural for you to comment on articles or post to forums. This shows you're trying to increase your brand and show that you're an authority within your industry. As long as your posts are quality and you're not spamming the amount of posts you're putting on there - why would blog commenting hurt you?

    It's natural to build links.
     
  4. primeCS

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    ^^
    Agree. The main thing in concern is to make your comment post high quality, especially if its gonna point back to your money site.
    Make them manually.