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Proxies For Web 2.0

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Dan Da Man, Jun 10, 2011.

  1. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    Is there a need to use proxies for web 2.0 sites. Say I am creating 30 different web 2.0 accounts, am I at risk at setting flags for google or mainly just risked at being banned by those web 2.0 accoounts?
     
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    No.

    Firstly, Google has no idea who published content on a web 2.0, it does NOT know the IP address that published it, end of story.

    Secondly, unless your creating hundreds of properties on the same web 2.0 platform I wouldnt worry too much about proxies. Then again, it depends on what your doing on the web 2.0's. If your posting meaningful content then don't worry, if your spamming with garbage then consider using proxies.
     
  3. Juan.A

    Juan.A Newbie

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    If you are creating hundreds of properties on the same web2.0 platforms without using proxies, your succes rate would decrease, however, if you want proxies for this, I would recomend you to buy private proxies, don't use shared lists, they die rapidly.
    The risk would be to be banned from the web 2.0 sites, not from google.

    If you are just creating a few, forget about proxies, you don't need them.
    For 30 different web 2.0 accounts you don't need proxies.
     
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  4. Chrisss

    Chrisss Senior Member

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    G. don't care.

    But you increase the risk to get your account deleted by the particular web 2.0.
     
  5. BHopkins

    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    That depends on the web 2.0 site. Some don't have any fraud/spam detection built into the signup forms so you could easily create 10,000 accounts and they would only know if they're from the same IP if they manually checked.
     
  6. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    Thank you guys! Is there a software to use to automate the account creation process?
     
  7. Juan.A

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    The best Software for this is SenukeX, it automatically creates the accounts and submits your articles to web 2.0 properties, but it's quite expensive.

    Another alternative is XGenSeo, it's cheaper than SEnukeX, although SenukeX is the best tool to automate this.