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is it dangerous to post articles with the same IP and email?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by eral123, Apr 25, 2017.

  1. eral123

    eral123 Regular Member

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    I register on different website with the same email and IP and post articles on them. Is there any chance I might get flagged by google or anything?

    Also I don't submit the url's of articles on google I wait google to crawl them naturally, should I submit or wait them like I do?
     
  2. Billy_Batts

    Billy_Batts Elite Member

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    I use the same email for a lot things, not a problem because I'm not independent of google search but you can always make tons of emails to be sure.

    Get thunderbird to manage em ;)
     
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    If it's not about PBN, then I believe there are no need to afraid of that same IP or email issues.
     
  4. Chris.Roark

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    I don't think it matters. Your IP might be know by google, but it depends where you submit your articles.

    If you submit them on different websites, then Google has nothing to do with your IP because not many websites posts the IP from where the article was posted.

    You will encounter problems only if your connect several accounts from the same IP, or if you automate article submission from your IP. But as long as you do it manually, there shouldn't be any problems.