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Question about PBN and footprints

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Michlap, Aug 27, 2014.

  1. Michlap

    Michlap Regular Member

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    Hi
    My question is when you create a PBN, and have all of them on different ips/hosting, when I then go to log into the website to post content, do I have to use software like HMA?
    For instance you said how you get your Va to post the content to your sites, but wouldnt that leave a footprint, showing that the same ip logged into the sites?
     
  2. balotz

    balotz Junior Member

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    Why the heck you will use HMA??? Only, if you want to give your usernames and passwords to someone who actually provide those proxies. Never login anywhere trough any even ultra super private proxy!!
     
  3. cocococo

    cocococo Senior Member

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    You can post content to your PBN from the same IP office or home, without leaving any footprint. Post away my friend.
     
  4. Peter Ngo

    Peter Ngo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    i don't think Google know who logged in to your PBN, they will know your PBN hosting IP though,
     
  5. pana1

    pana1 Junior Member

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    If it's your own domain and web hosting that you purchased then google can't see the IP you are logging in from. Additionally, and IP isn't shown to your viewers or any crawler when you make the post on your website. So there is no visible footprint by logging in with the same IP.
     
  6. arganrecords

    arganrecords Elite Member

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    No problems for footprints but make attention on what you're doing on PBN. In any case to have informations about your IP Google have to enter in your database or see logs (things that can do only with root permissions). So it's no possible.
     
  7. kazhkaz

    kazhkaz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Unless you use Google Analytics on each of the websites but even in that scenario I doubt that Google will track you using it.
     
  8. Michlap

    Michlap Regular Member

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    wow guys this is so helpful!

    This was what was stopping me from updating my blogs as much as I needed to.

    Thanks so much!
     
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    Laubster Senior Member Premium Member

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    I don't do it from Chrome since I stay logged into Chrome all the time and manage my WP sites from there. I do it from Firefox instead.