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Should You (Can You) Have Multiple Adsense Accounts for Autoblogging?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by MichiganManiac, May 7, 2009.

  1. MichiganManiac

    MichiganManiac Regular Member

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    I just replied to a post about hiding your tracks when building autoblogs by going with separate C-Class IP hosting services...then I thought...

    "Wait a minute...why would you go through all this trouble to hide yourself as the owner of these autoblogs which point at each other? Couldn't Google tell that you own them all because it's YOUR link that is being clicked on them all?"

    I mean...that's all they need, right? It doesn't matter that they are on separate IPs or anything if they can just say "Hey, the same guy is running adsense on all these same sites. Must be the same person. HEY...these are AUTOBLOGS!"

    You get the picture.

    So that leads me to my next question. Can you have multiple adsense accounts? I think it's a no-no, but if you setup a series of LLCs (in multiple states where it's cheap to have an LLC) or whatever and tied those to multiple adsense accounts, could you get away with haveing 20 or 30 adsense accounts?

    Should you?
     
  2. mbceo

    mbceo Junior Member

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    If I understand all this stuff, it is not the Adsense account that get's banned. It is the g00gle SE listings that get banned. So, poof, there went your traffic.

    And, you can have multiple accounts, as long as the payee name is different. G00gle has it on their site somewhere.
     
  3. MichiganManiac

    MichiganManiac Regular Member

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    mbceo - thanks for the notice about the multiple accounts.

    I wasn't too concerned with getting the site de-indexed myself as most of my traffic from autoblogging is designed to come from Twitter.