Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dragonrage01, Jun 28, 2011.
Is it ok to use google chrome when building backlinks manually?
Or should I stick with firefox?
I dont see any reason why you should not use chrome. But, i'd prefer firefox for its functionality, plugins and stability. Chrome is a resource sapper too!
Firefox is currently having problems with my email and avg.
If I combine firefox, avg and my email service, I can't check my emails at all. So I have to switch browsers until firefox updates itself or avg x64 updates itself so they can work together.
Chrome in incognito mode *shouldn't* be a problem, but it's probably safer if you keep checkin your email with chrome and keep building manual bl with firefox. You never know what they're gonna add next and send home... Just saying
i shud chip in here.how does it matter if a backlink is made using chrome or mozilla ?
Because only one of the two:
- is known to send data that could profile you (won't delve into that) by default
- is from the same company that makes his living out of how much they profile you
- is from the same company that has a huge interest in raping you and your spammy techniques
Yes, you could live with tcpdump always on collecting GB of data to see what exactly chrome sends home with each version and update. That's without doubt a good use for your time instead of using a more secure solution...
Play safe and go with firefox.
Use firefox it has more plugins so you can see the pagerank and if links are do-follow on the pages you are creating backlinks.
I prefer chrome for checking mails and other stuff and use firefox for all SEO related activities because of the add ons.
Never even thought about that. Time to start using firefox for me haha.
Just turn off the bit that asks to receive your data!
Do you really think google are sitting you watching you browsing the Internet? You think they have time for that? Do you have google toolbar installed in firefox? If so then watch out as Matt Cutts will be round with a dildo and a paid of pliers
You're scared of chrome and google watching yet you use webmaster tools or the tracking??
Google is not god!
I use it and never had any problem
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