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Forum links, self created blog links, where do proxies come in?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by daveguy, Jan 31, 2011.

  1. daveguy

    daveguy Power Member

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    Hello, I have a question about using proxies when building links.

    I was going to start making some blogs to build into a link wheel and was wondering a bit about proxies. Do I need to run my browser through the proxies only when I am registering for the blog and posting, or do I need to be behind the proxie the entire time?

    Same question for forum back linking, do I need to be behind a proxy the entire time, or can I just turn it on when I am registering for the account and again when I am actually making the post. For example if I find a forum I would like to post on, If I go to that forum from my home IP and then change it before I click on the "register" button, am I in the clear?

    I ask because every free proxy I find is always slow as dirt, the proxy thing seems to be the biggest time sink for me. Please help, thanks!
     
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  2. goads

    goads Junior Member

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    use them the whole time so you can hide your ip and not get banned.
     
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  3. daveguy

    daveguy Power Member

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    Damn ok, thank you, creating these links manually is just waaay to slow then. And just out of curisoity who would ban me? Google? They ban your site if your create too many forum links. What if you only create 5-10 a day or something?
     
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  4. sammy12

    sammy12 Newbie

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    Using proxies is so the web2.0 sites and blogs you are posting to doesn't flag or ban you for using their platform for spamming. The site is who you are trying to make think the accounts are from different people/computers, not google. Google has no way of knowing.. they can only guess. But unless you are setting up multiple accounts a day at the same web2.0, I wouldn't worry about proxies.
     
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    treyjunkin Newbie

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    I like to use posterous and have it autopost the article to 12 other sites at once. Quick and I don't need to use a proxy because it's my own posterous going to my own other web 2.0 sites.
     
  6. daveguy

    daveguy Power Member

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    Thanks guys,

    That really cleared thing up for me sammie, why would anyone even make multiple 2.0 accounts, I wouldnt think multiple back links from 1 domain really means allot?

    Trejunkin,
    I thought you were suposed to mix the article up and not post the same content 12 times... anybody have any comment on this?
     
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    Now let me tell you something out of the ordinary, a little offtopic :

    I never use proxies for forum profiles (most of them with MS) and never had an issue before, I created tens of thousands without a proxy.
    HOWEVER

    A couple of days ago I had a project in mind and I was searching for some kayak&canoe forums from UK to register and become a part of the community, contribute, bla bla, Matt Cutts white hat BS (no purpose of spamming, no links, nothing, I had something in mind tough, on a long term)... Of course I used my real email, details etc and guess what: a dumb fucking admin did not like my username I guess(which wtf, was firstname+lastname+84) and banned my ass..

    BUT noooo, he was not satisfied! (again, just registered and that is all, nothing wrong). The dumb fuck made a complain to my ISP (of course they don't give a fuck) but furthermore, when I search for my email on google I am listed on top of fucking SE at www dot stopforumspam dot com with email, IP, town.

    The only time I had not registered on a forum to have a link I got screwed! :banned:
     
  8. craigslistguy

    craigslistguy Regular Member

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    sure because that raises the OBL from that domain which is why people say its "not good" i believe

    its hard to automate blogs because each blog site has a different structure that someone who is making software has to build specific for that blogsite.

    So yes high OBL from certain blog domains will happen especially if your using automation since they only have a set numbers of blogs you can post to until they make their software compatible with more

    Here is where proxies come in. As far as the blogsite is concerned as long as the proxy is different then its a different person (more goes into it than that for not leaving a footprint, im just saying for sake of argument)

    So while a lot of people say "you shouldnt have more than one blog per domain. While i see the reasoning (and it would be better if we could combine the 2 theories and cover all the bases) What do people think is happening when i come by and post a new blog on the same blogsite they posted on? There juice is still diminishing.

    Id rather post (for argument sake) on the same blogs but different ips and make it seem like its a different person making an acct each time on "onsugar" and talking/writing an "article" that just so happens to link back to my main website.

    Just because "onsugar" has your website throughout different blogs that "different" people have created on it i dont think it diminishes enough to even worry that much about it..plus a lot of places make you a subdomain for your blog, each acct creation...now even tho that prolly doesnt change the "domain ip" compliant it helps its think its a "different" person.

    You should be doing other things to boost your SERPS and not have to worry about something like this so much......Another words you SHOULDNT be saturating blogs linking directly to your money site as your sole purpose of SERP Jumping.
     
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