Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sneakfreak28, Sep 5, 2012.
Are web 2.0 type sites strict with registering with one ip?
Yep. Depending on the quality of the site you'll get banned pretty quick if one of your web 2.0s gets flagged.
If you're building really good web 2.0s they i dont believe it matters. You might get temp banned until staff manually review the blogs.
Well, i daily register 100s of web 2.0s from my static IP of VPS and till now I didnt get banned. Yeah some accounts get banned but I didnt find any that banned my IP..
So go ahead. If possible try to get a Dynamic IP or maybe get proxies
Some web2.0's will not allow you to register if you get definite daily limit.
There is no problem.You can make many web 2.0 sites.
Always try to use proxies to safe your ip for long time from blacklisting
i get ban some times and some times not.Dont know the reason ,but when creating different blogs on same .com then i change ips and create different blogs.It is recommended to use different ips for creating web 2.0's to safe list your ip.
you will get ban, so use vpn to get best results.
I've made about 6 or 8 a day on the same site
Some do ban most don't
If anything they are more relaxed now about IP than they were 2 years ago.
You should use proxies.
Ive created 1000's of web 2.0's at the same sites with the same IP. Just don't create too many in the same day. Try to keep it to 2 or 3 per day and you should be fine.
I don't think it's just proxies. Aren't there other ways to identify an individual: useragents, flash & Local Shared Objects (LSO), cookies?
No, your user agent is not unique. Thousands of other people have the same one as you. Not that many sites use flash cookies. Cookies could be a problem, that is why you make sure you clear them before signing up each time.
Made a lot of different web 2.0s with the same IP with no probs.. I wouldn't worry too much about it but if you want to stay super anon I see nothing wrong with that either.
You can make many web 2.0 there isnt any limit.
I've come across many threads where web 2.0 propertys were taken down.
why don't you use free public proxies to be more faster and protect your privacy while creating web 2.0 accounts.
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