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How to organise my domains black hat style?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MrPartridge, Nov 7, 2009.

  1. MrPartridge

    MrPartridge Newbie

    Oct 31, 2009
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    Hi guys this is my first post here. I was wondering how should I organise my domain names, especially if I want to go into blog farming, I have read you should be careful with your whois details, i.e. you don't want to have the same details for every site in your farm, so I will probably go with someone like namecheap and take advantage of the free whois guard/privacy option they are offering at the moment, but I was wondering

    1. Will it not look a bit suspicious if every site in my farm has private registration, is this likely to be a problem? Should I mix it up with some fake addresses, I was reluctant to do that as I have read that if you get found out using fake ones, either icann or your registrar can take the domain off you, is that likely to be a problem?

    2. Should I register them all with the same account, I noticed some whois look up's offer to tell you what other domains were bought with the same account although I think you have to pay to find out, is this likely to give away your blog farming to the search engines? I have also read that it looks suspicious if all the domains in a blog farm are registered with the same registrar, is that likely to be a problem?

    Sorry if these seem like silly questions, I just don't want to make stupid mistakes that I will regret at a later date. What's the best way to organise your domain names if you intend to go black hat? Any input is greatly appreciated. Thanks for this forum it really is a wonderful place to learn whatever shade of the black/blue/grey hat spectrum you are.
    Last edited: Nov 7, 2009