[QUESTION] How Often Do You Change IP When LinkBuilding?

bojanpeic

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Hey guys, how's it going today?

Pretty straightforward question, after how many links you change you IP address? Also, is just changing IP enough to avoid footprints? Considering I use browser which doesn't remember any data (same as incognito on chrome).
 

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I try to not make more than 1 link per Platform on a single IP. That might be overkill but backconnect proxies make it very easy. About avoiding footprints I think its not a giant issue unless you are PUMPING links out on the same platforms over and over and over. That being said I use multiloginapp anyways :)

Edit: I assume you are not talking about automated link building like GSA, XRumer, etc...
 
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What exactly are you doing? What kind of links are you building? Your home IP does not matter AT ALL unless you are adding your PBN sites to Google Webmaster Tools.
 

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Talking about manual link building, publishing articles on various websites, sharing images and documents, few profiles here and there etc.

Making around 5 links per day for ~10 websites.

I do change IP when I publish more links on same website, but was wondering how often should I change it.

Not sure if that makes sense so here’s what I’m doing right now.

Site 1: 5 backlinks
*change IP
Site 2: 5 backlinks
*change IP
Site 3: 5 backlinks

etc.

Is this practice good in terms of not leaving footprints?
 

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I don't think there are any hard and fast rules about that I just told you what I generally do in most situations. But yeah kind of like what @rafark said don't add a bunch of PBN sites/Silos to GWT with the same IP under different accounts. Made that mistake ONE TIME a few years ago...Never again.
 
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