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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bellakong, Aug 15, 2010.

  1. bellakong

    bellakong Junior Member

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    Guys,

    I am Bella and I am new here. Got a question hope you would help me on.

    Do I have to be behind a proxy or something while doing automated article, pr, blog, directory submission?

    Will Google or anyone be able to find me if I hadn't?
     
  2. furca

    furca Registered Member

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    Only the people who "own the websites" will be able to see that information.
     
  3. likeskoolaid

    likeskoolaid Regular Member

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    That.

    And unless you're doing something HIGHLY illegal I wouldn't worry about being behind a proxy.
     
  4. CyrusVirus

    CyrusVirus BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    yeah, i use proxies just to be safe when doing my backlinks. and so things don't go bad like... maybe the same guy owns 2 of those websites and i comments with the same comment, he may notice it and delete, so i use proxies. you don't have to , no, but sometimes its worth it i guess
     
  5. weedman420

    weedman420 Junior Member

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    you will be fine is your stuff is legit.
     
  6. bellakong

    bellakong Junior Member

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    Im using the stuff I got from the downloads section. Can you elaborate what do you guys mean by "only the people who own the websites"?

    Did you mean to say that they can see where is the traffic coming from through G Analytics?

    But no one else is going to know who actually submitted the website to 3000 directories?
     
  7. likeskoolaid

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    The webmaster of the website youre submitting to will be able to see your IP address. But if you're just submitting to 3000 different directories theres nothing wrong or illegal in doing so, so don't worry.
     
  8. bellakong

    bellakong Junior Member

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    So even if it means submitting to thousands of directories, pr sites, rss aggregators and stuff, this is perfectly legit?

    I plan to post some comments on some blogs too, again using stuff such as PR backlink pack.

    If these are all ok, why is it that so many see BH SEO as 'wrong'?
     
  9. likeskoolaid

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    Proxies should be used for comment spam as mentioned above, most black hat techniques are much worse then this. Submitting to article directories is legitimate, black hat methods are way way more sketchy than that.
     
  10. bellakong

    bellakong Junior Member

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    Ok guys, thanks for the assurance. I think I need to spend more time hanging around here. I know only the very tip of BW SEO since I am doing perfectly legitimate stuff.

    :)