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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SnoopyDrew, Jun 2, 2016.

  1. SnoopyDrew

    SnoopyDrew Senior Member

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    Wasn't sure where to ask this but I figured I would give it a shot. Just found my first expired domain for my PBN. I am going to register it.

    When registering it what do I need to do to avoid footprints and google penalty. Do I need to use different details or something. Or does this only apply for hosting.

    Can I use the same namecheap account to register all of my domains for PBN?
     
  2. SnoopyDrew

    SnoopyDrew Senior Member

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    Second questions since nobody answered. When doing the billing information do I do fake name? Or is that only for whois?
     
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    qrazy Senior Member

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    Go for whois privacy option or provide fake details every time you register a new domain.
     
  4. SnoopyDrew

    SnoopyDrew Senior Member

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    Does godaddy have a whois protection I am not seeing it anywhere.. or is icann whois already i am confused.
     
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    Whois is the public domain owner information. You can hide it or make it public. General consensus is that you should make it public and use fake details. As far as registrar, general consensus is that you should use different registrars, not just Namecheap. You want to avoid any and all footprints.
     
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  6. SnoopyDrew

    SnoopyDrew Senior Member

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    Thanks Jared, do you need to use fake details when registering hosting per domain? Or can you just use normal details? I know this is a lot of questions I just do not want to mess anything up.
     
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    No prob. Doesn't matter for hosting because that info isn't publicly available. Just need different actual hosts.

    Cheers
     
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    • Don't use the 'privacy protection' thing. It is a footprint.
    • Use fake details.
    • Don't register all the domains using Namecheap only or any other register only. Use different registers for all domains.
    • Use different fake details every time. (you could use fakenamegenerator.com)
     
  9. SnoopyDrew

    SnoopyDrew Senior Member

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    Do you know of any hosting companies that are 5 dollars and under and that I can pay per month instead of per year? I am having trouble finding any.
     
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    I'm neithrr employed not affiliated to any of the following companies.
    • Godaddy
    • Name cheap
    • Hostgator
    • Hostinger
    • Bluehost
    Almost all the commonly known hosting companies offer $3/month hosting packages.
     
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    Use privacy and multiple registrars but if you go public then use different account names.
     
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    dariusdarius Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If you really want to stay safe, the best option would be to protect your whois info and to use different registars/accounts for the domains. That what I think it works the best.
     
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    This is not a good advice. You must use your real details when you register a domain otherwise the company can get rid off your domain because is not your property. Godaddy does that, they block your domain until you prove you are the owner with documents.
     
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    So as long as you are using different registrars and different hosting companies for each domain. And if you also have whois protection you will not have any footprints for google? Just want to make sure I am hearing this correct.
     
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    Correct. Of course other footprints to think about are content and cms footprints too.
     
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    Let me quote @t0mmy here:


     
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    Whois will protect your personal information from spammer and other unwanted 3rd parties! The Easyspace's WHOIS Privacy service allows you to retain your domain name ownership without having to expose your personal information to the public. If you want to avoid any footprints from others. you may use this.
     
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    Well I trust Tommy more than pretty much anybody on here. So I will be using whois for half of my domains and half with fake info. Thanks for the post!
     
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    That's what. I've read all the t0mmy's posts about PBNs and about almost everything over and over again!
     
  20. Sombrero

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    Still you are risking your domain if you are using Godaddy.