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New email per web2.0 acc??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mistaree, Nov 9, 2015.

  1. mistaree

    mistaree Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hi Bhw

    i currently have a amzn aff site being constructed for me and I've been overloading my brain trying to do as much research as possible(yes including the search tab) lol.

    but am still a little confused with the details mainly

    1-I had read that having 1 ip is enough to run a few money sites under??

    2-I understand with using a different proxy per web2.0 acc tumblr, weebly etc, but when it comes to the
    But with each acc, do I need a fresh email address??, or would 1 email be fine to run a few accounts??

    3- again with the details lol, is there a site or a slightly less complicated way of coming up with them name, address, email address??

    my apologies if my questions get a bit muddled up. Any help will be gratefully appreciated
     
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    SocialPusher Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Use fake name generator if you get stuck with ideas about names and addresses. Also, you don`t have to use different emails for each web2.0 website you build if they`re on different platforms. Just use different emails when using the same platform for multiple web2.0s .
    And as for the first question, it is not uncommon to build a few different websites on the same IP, if you have a shared hosting, there might already be a few websites built by other people on that IP. Just be sure not to link them too hard. That`s a big footprint for search engines.
     
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  3. Randall F

    Randall F Newbie

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    Hey mistaree.
    What are you exactly afraid of?
    Google isn't the owner of the internet and if you don't use any of their products... Do you believe they have access to the weebly, Jimdo or any other site database to check what email address are you using in there?

    Cheers,
    RF
     
  4. ningning

    ningning Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    One email is usually enough.

    I go for an email service that allow you to create aliases (additional email addresses that use the same inbox).

    GMX allows this and Yandex have it as default. So with just one Yandex account you could use all the following email addresses and get diversity with a single account.


    Code:
    [EMAIL="[email protected]"][email protected][/EMAIL]
    [EMAIL="[email protected]"][email protected][/EMAIL]
    [EMAIL="[email protected]"][email protected][/EMAIL]
    [EMAIL="[email protected]"][email protected][/EMAIL]
    [EMAIL="[email protected]"][email protected][/EMAIL]
    [EMAIL="[email protected]"][email protected][/EMAIL]
    [EMAIL="[email protected]"][email protected][/EMAIL]
     
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    charliebrooker Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Gmail allows you to create unlimited email addresses by adding +something after the username. I do a creation run with that method and proxies for all the aged Web 2.0 accounts I create to use with my manual web 2.o creation service.
     
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    Nonilol Elite Member

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    Not all websites accept email addresses that have a + in it from my experience.

    Outlook also does this pretty well.
     
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    ...wildcard a domain name you have for this purpose. blind 301 the domain to orange.fr so people think it's a real e-mail service. use orange's own WHOIS for your WHOIS
     
  8. mistaree

    mistaree Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Thank you all for the helpful comments:)

    that name generator is quiet the nifty Little site. I'll check out a couple of those email sites aswell and see if a preference pops up:)
     
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    In gmail you can also add a period anywhere in your address and it will arrive anyway. For example:
    [email protected]
    [email protected]
    [email protected]

    These will all be seen as unique by the web2.0 platform and all mails will reach your one gmail acc. Just make sure you keep all logins and w2.0 acc details in a spreadsheet