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How To Avoid The Google Spy

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by brainburn, Sep 12, 2011.

  1. brainburn

    brainburn Newbie

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    Do you give Google all the information on what sites you own?

    How does Google track you and how do you avoid it?

    I've never used Analytics. I don't want to give big G a list of the websites I own, in case one is associated with something Google doesn't like... which is likely to happen sooner or later.

    I also clear my cookies and log out of any Google service before working on my sites. Is this doing anything useful? I'm not sure exactly what Google logs and cares about.... Does anyone have more information on this subject?
     
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  2. spmcnerd

    spmcnerd Regular Member

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    I just had them ask for mobile number "in case account is hacked" wink wink
    I gave them my Google numbers and I guess it worked
     
  3. ClThis

    ClThis Regular Member

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    Exposing your website to G stabilizes it. Do it with false info if you are sketch but it shouldn't be a worry. They love that shit......its called white hat SEO
     
  4. caavemaan

    caavemaan Registered Member

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    If your blackhat, stay far away from google analytics. Thats all I got to say about that one.
     
  5. takers

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    damn I guess I'm screwed
     
  6. VIC SEO

    VIC SEO Elite Member

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    Google might sniff your emails but tell me what mailing service doesn't. They call it a security issue but it is all about bending some rules and making a few odd remarks about company policy or something like that. You could have made a new account for subscibing to BHW.
     
  7. milans

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    All my sites are in google analytics, linkbuilding is blackhat and all are ecommerce sites. Am I fucked?
     
  8. skohh

    skohh Regular Member

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    Mine too. My rankings have been fine?

    I think the worst thing to do is not put a domain on it's each seperate class c network
     
  9. DrMax

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    Yes, Others very probably do that too but the point here is that most people are not quite worried on their rankings on Other sites, just on G.
     
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    teeniegenie Supreme Member

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    Delete flash cookies, not just the "normal" cookies, from your machine. Add ccleaner as an extension through Mozilla to eliminate them. I set mine to wipe it clean every 30 seconds....
     
  11. dynox

    dynox Newbie

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    When site buildng, close all your curtains and lock all doors. It's best to link build under bed covers to avoid detection. Only practice SEO during hours you know most of the googleplex staff are sleeping. Wear a tinfoil hat at all stages of link building. Turn off your router the moment scrapebox or xrumer even pop into your head.
    Hope that helps.
     
  12. mrgrim

    mrgrim Junior Member

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    I wet my pants a little...

     
  13. pankun

    pankun Junior Member

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    Basically what you have to do is avoid using Windows, Linux or Mac because the people who work at google use those operating systems. Instead, get a fresh copy of UNIX (any flavor you like) and use command line browsers to avoid image tracking.

    Don't use Chrome.
     
  14. sirgold

    sirgold Supreme Member

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    - Go here: http://winhelp2002.mvps.org/hosts.htm download the FAT hosts file that redirects a lot of those nosy websites to 127.0.0.1

    - Stay away from google products. In general. Maybe someone gets away safe with with them, but like, seriously, why risking? It's YOUR BUSINESS.

    - If you want to use a webkit browser download a snapshot of Chromium. Better, use Firefox.

    - Delete the folder that holds LSO (flash) objects in your profile directory and create a file with the same name. This will prevent flash from a future attempt to recreate that folder.

    - Use your private/incognito mode whenever you don't want cookies to linger after that specific session.

    - Delete the cookies from your normal browsers frequently with CC cleaner as suggested.

    - Consider using scroogle instead of google when searching. There are plugins that integrate seamlessly with firefox.

    'nuff said I guess in order to sleep bit safer ;)