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Private websites network. Please help!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wedding, Feb 3, 2013.

  1. wedding

    wedding Registered Member

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    Hello,
    i am trying to build a websites network (4-5) in order to grow up my money site, making anchor text backlinks, via articles.
    My questions is.
    - Do i have to host these websites to different servers?
    - The domain name owner, also has to be different?
    - Also the webmasters tool Email address?
    - What else i have to take care in order to don't have problems with big G?
    Thanks
     
  2. elmoisred

    elmoisred Junior Member

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    You're going to get different responses from different people.
    My personal view from my experiences is it doesn't matter for any of the above :)
     
  3. cgimaster

    cgimaster Power Member

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    Well if you don't want the site to track back to you then I would recommend you not to use any of Google tools using the same user names/IPs or else it can be easily tracked back to you.

    In fact I would either use my own stats or one of the available alternative to Google if you don't want to waste money with proxies / VPN for it.

    If you don't have problem using VPN then make a separate account for each domain using the domain email with different profiles on the browser (there is a Firefox plugin for that forgot the name) and use it with that.

    I would use something like Open Web Analytic or Piwik seems pretty good.

    You don't actually need to use different servers as long as you can have different class C IPs for each site if you can't then being able to host them on separated networks would work out too.

    The domain whois would also be good if you either use private whois within your domain registrar or fake the data unique for each.
     
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