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Question about getting caught blackhatting

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by iliketurtlez, Apr 17, 2017.

  1. iliketurtlez

    iliketurtlez Junior Member

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    Ok so say i have a couple of .com sites, all with private WHOIS but registered under my name.

    Say two of these are white hat and 2 are blackhat. All registered in google webmaster tools and analytics, but the sites are not connected to each other with links.

    So whatif i go too far with one of these blackhat sites so it gets punished or maybe even deindexed? Will all my sites get punished and deindexed? Or just the one that went too far?
     
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    Absolutely not! Your all sites won't be punished. What do you mean by (too far)? Blackhat?
     
  3. redarrow

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    If you go to far, like spam from a single domain , that domain get reported.

    But the truth is getting a domain ban is not that easy untill you add links that are known as nasty then your domain will get penalised.

    Unless your domain is used soley to advertise against rules then your also get penalised .

    To spam , you usually use proxies ip addresss , not domains , but i have seen the odd code that spams from a domain .....
     
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    well say id order a lot of russian shit links from fiverr that gets one of the sites deindexed, are my other sites safe from this?
     
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    Based on my experience G doesn't associate site being on the same WMT or Analytics account.
     
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    And btw do i have to keep them separate with gmail accounts for webmaster tools etc? If theyre all under same gmail account etc, would the other sites still be safe?
     
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    G uses single account for all it products and services, so you can't separate sites that way.
     
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    Well were in the blackhat forum now, creating fake gmail accounts is very possible?

    Thanks for the replies, this knowledge helps a lot!
     
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    Correct, but you can separate a Gmail account from it WHT is what I'm saying. Sure, you can create multiple accounts and each will have it WHT and Analytics, but it will quickly becomes a management nightmare. The only valid reason I see if those are client sites or sites you want to sell with the associated accounts.
     
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    Multiple Gmail accounts is a management nightmare? That's called keeping things organized and also not telling Google that you are the same guy behind 50 different sites.
     
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    And what about IPs? I mean you have 50 different mail accounts but you log in with the same ip or use proxys for each account?
     
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    All in the same webmaster tools account? Yes, if one site gets caught, all other sites will get fucked too, white or black don't matter.
     
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    Depends on your ISP. Most ISP's don't give you a static IP, unless you want it specifically and usually have to pay for it - otherwise your IP changes pretty much every day automatically.
     
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    This is what i thought. But ok lets say u hid ur tracks but did a shitty job, so u split em into different webmaster accounts but u registered/managed all of em from same IP/OS and Chrome. Then google would possibly have footprints that theyre all your sites..

    Would all get deindexed then if one gets deindexed?
     
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    Don't over-complicate things when you're running a MNS on a exact-match domain with a 5k/month volume keyword.....Google got better things to do.
     
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    Using the same webmaster tools and analytics accounts on your pbn and your money site is alot like getting caught jerking off by your parents with your left hand, it wasent your right hand, but your still standing there with your pants down and your dick in your hand, Make the right move, dont leave signals...and lock your bloody door you damn pervert.
     
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    Haha yeah that pretty much describes handling PBNs, but thats not what my question is regarding. Say i have one 100% whitehat site and one blackhat site with a messy pbn(for the sake of the example) and my blackhat site gets punished/deindexed, would this have any impact on my whitehat site? If theyre not connected by links at all that is(the whitehat site and the blackhat site).
     
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    It's probably safest to separate accounts, even if not wholly necessary.

    Though, worrying about logging into the accounts from the same IP is worrying too much. Unless you're BIG TIME BIG TIME times infinity, they're not going to go into that much effort.