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Need help hiding my tracks

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by brokeloserwannabe, Mar 21, 2011.

  1. brokeloserwannabe

    brokeloserwannabe Newbie

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    Hi, I have around 40 sites, they're all on the same webhost account though, same ip. They've done somewhat well but I have enough sites now that I can afford to take some chances, be super aggressive with one or two sites without worrying about losing all my income or a big portion of it.

    I'd like to be a lot more aggressive with some sites but don't want to risk getting all sites sandboxed for being on the same webhost, same godaddy account, etc.

    What should I do to cover my tracks from the G00glemonster ?

    I was thinking, get 3 more hosting accounts and transfer 10 sites to each. Or, is there a simpler option? I don't know much about ip addresses of servers, etc so I'm not really sure what the best way to go about this is.

    What do I need to do to have one set of sites completely anonymous from the others. Can Gooble track them if they were bought from same godaddy account? Can they track from same webmaster tools accounts? If I access from same cpanel, same home computer, etc.

    I'm not sure where to start.........or exactly how Goober tracks people
     
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  2. brokeloserwannabe

    brokeloserwannabe Newbie

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    anyone?
     
  3. bizurk

    bizurk Junior Member

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    I can get you a good price on dedicated IPs.
     
  4. Chrisss

    Chrisss Senior Member

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    It's going to be difficult if you already used GWT on all your site, because then will G know that they are connected somehow.

    But it might depend what kind of aggressive plans that you have.

    If I where you, then would I purchase a new domain under a new name, make your information as privacy and choose another hosting company. Don't install GWT or other tracking things from google etc.
     
  5. brokeloserwannabe

    brokeloserwannabe Newbie

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    I figured i'd have to do that but the other domains have some good age to them and i'm tired of making new ones :)

    Well, from this point forward, how do I ensure the new sites i get are not "related" to the old ones? Buy from different account, different hosting, all new sites on different ip's, no webprends/analytics, etc......? Anything else I'm missing?
     
  6. Chrisss

    Chrisss Senior Member

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    Basically don't use any services from G. This also mean, that you should not use G-mail when you sign up for a new domain or connect Blogger to your site.

    I don't know what your gameplan is, but maybe your could buy a old domain with a good PR for your experiment and just make a micro/minisite!?

    Good luck.
     
  7. brokeloserwannabe

    brokeloserwannabe Newbie

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    Thanks, i'll give it a try and se how it goes.
     
  8. William C

    William C Registered Member

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    Actually SEO hosting would be the best solution for you.
    It covers up just about everything you need to hide. And yes, make sure you have fake WHOis details..different for all.
    (you can use fakenamegenerator.com for fake whois details)
    (You can use SEOhost.com for seo hosting. They're good!)