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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cybernac, Feb 11, 2008.

  1. cybernac

    cybernac Junior Member

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    Hey guys I was wondering if I need a different Adsense account for each domain I have adsense on? I read on here somewhere that it is best to have a different account for each blog so is it the same with the Adsense accounts?
    And one more thing...what about multiple domains on the same IP address? Is this a bad idea also?

    Any input from you old BH veterans is really appreciated - I am just beginning to be serious about my Adsense domains.

    :)Sherri
     
  2. crsk8andsno56

    crsk8andsno56 Senior Member

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    Dont u need a SS number for adsense??

    How would u fake one of those?
     
  3. drd26

    drd26 Junior Member

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    You can use an SSN or TIN. A tax identification number can be an EIN. Any person can set up multiple EIN's (employer ID) if they choose to open multiple businesses.
     
  4. justmeron

    justmeron Power Member

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    I just use one adsense account number. Also if you were to sign up your friends and use their number the checks would also come in their names. One account would be sufficient. Then if the account gets banned later worry about getting a second account.
    Yes you can have multiple domains on one IP address to a point. I wouldn't want to go over say 50. The more different IP's linking to you the better seo you should get though.
     
  5. artswerdstone

    artswerdstone Power Member

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    Hi Cybernac,

    One AdSense account is enough for all your domains.
    You may set up from within the AdSense controls different campaigns to let you track the sources of your AdSense revenues.

    No problem at all to have many domains on the same IP.
     
  6. artswerdstone

    artswerdstone Power Member

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    Bad questions for this forum.

    If you are US citizen, then use your own SS number. If you are from other countries and you are not subject to US taxes, then you don't need any SS number to get your payments from AdSense.