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New accounts for each niche?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by elvis1973, Aug 11, 2011.

  1. elvis1973

    elvis1973 Power Member

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    Do I need to create a new account with squidoo, weebly, hubpages etc for each new niche or is it fine to have a completely different set of niches all in the same account.

    I figure that your rep increases a little if you are adding content all the time but not sure if the juice is diluted by having different niches within the same login.

    what do you guys/gals do?
     
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    same account is ok.
     
  3. elvis1973

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    Thanks. How many niches would you go for in the same account before you created a new one?
     
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    Every web2.0 property has its own nuances. For instance, hubpages.com will only give you do follow backlinks if your author score is above 75 (which you can only get if you make several hubs). So it is good to have one account until you get at least that much.

    Not to mention, one time I ticked off someone on hubpages by making a comment, that knew someone powerful and had all my hubs deleted (even ones made to help the public without any financial incentive or outgoing links whatsoever).

    It is good to not have all your eggs in one basket. I would have never guessed that the "make money online" niche would ever get you banned, but tumblr has outright banned a good many accounts made to promote that niche.

    The only way you can know what you can get away with is just by trial and error. Somewhere along the line, if you're making lots of accounts and pushing spins to them, you're going to get banned. So its best if you switch it up occasionally and make new accounts just to limit your losses when that happens.
     
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    Thanks that is exactly the kind of feedback I was looking for. Most of the niches that I promote are real products and real companies so I dont really need to worry about any shity "get rich quick" type posts, but yeah I will certainly try and carefully group my accounts for damage limitation.