Domain registrar name question

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  1. iliketurtlez

    iliketurtlez Regular Member

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    Heyall, im kind of new to SEO but have been reading up alot.

    I have registered ~10 expired domains in my name(not privacy protection). Say id like to test blackhat seo on one of them and whitehat on the other 9. Could the blackhat site have my name blacklisted to google? Any precautions youd recommend? Thx!
     
  2. Aty

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    It would be good to have privacy on your blackhat domain, however I wouldn't worry about it that much. That name won't make such a huge difference, if they wanna hunt you down they can do it, period.
     
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    That's easy. User fakenamegenerator to create a unique whois on each domain. Voila!
     
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    if you are going to do both I would host with two different web host. and not with the same one on the same IP
     
  5. gussieboi

    gussieboi Regular Member

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    Google most likely will not black list your name. Also be careful with entering false whois information because the registrar can revoke the domain. This happened to me on Godaddy.
     
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    Best to pay for privacy if you're going to do black hat. Not as much of a concern with Google, but in the long term you will be better off... even though blackhat SEO isn't always evergreen. Also, as mentioned previously, make sure you have separate hosting for you black hat projects.