Question about proxies and linkbuilding.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MrMonkeyDarts, Nov 20, 2011.

  1. MrMonkeyDarts

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    Hi BHW,

    Thanks for all the info so far; I'm just about to buy my first domain, launch a site, and start building links.

    My question is: should I use proxies to build links? It seems to me that there may be some benefit of having a different IP come up for all of the article submissions, forum posts, and manual blog creations that I'll be doing.

    If I don't use proxies to "mix it up" won't everything I do just point back to me and not have the desired result? I'll be creating a link pyramid with the help of a guide I found here. I just wouldn't want all of the work to be in vain!

    Thanks in advance fellas.
     
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    Funny update:

    No answer yet :grumpy:

    I searched for "proxies for linkbuilding" in G and this thread is ranked #1 on page 1.
     
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    Um I don't think Google will see what ip are you using, but it can see the website's IP. I think proxies are meant for programs that you will use so your IP won't get banned :)