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tier 1 web 2.0 question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by 7yearitch, Apr 8, 2014.

  1. 7yearitch

    7yearitch Regular Member

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    hi, quick question. if i want to build a tier1 using web2.0s do i need to buy proxies for that? i just want to build like 1 per day or something. if used sites like hidemyassdotcom would it give me a fresh ip every time? thanks
     
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    Actually with out using proxy will help more. a web 2.0 property should be like a personal blog. It should not leave any footprints for google. You can build that by creating the genuine profile using fakenamegenerator. If you wanna use hidemyass it will generate a new ip for every time. I am using that too..
     
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    no need to do that OP. I do that using my own IP. If you want some serious shite, use TOR. that;'s it.
     
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    well said mate.. TOR is the best browser
     
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  5. 7yearitch

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    i thought that not using proxies would leave footprints for google? what if i wanted to build a private blog network and all the domains were registered under the same ip? wouldn't that raise suspicions for google?

    TOR is great for web privacy. does it also hide footprints? i want to build a web2.0 network. would tor help with that?
     
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    I think you have wrong idea on footprint. When you register a blog, for example Wordpress, its only wordpress that knows the IP, Google has no access to your IP. So actually there are more chances that your web 2.0 blog will be deleted by the blog owner itself due to use of proxy(specially a bad proxy). If you still want to use proxy, then when you register a blog, immediately post the contents.
    Suppose, for registering WP blog you use USA proxy, but next time when you want to publish contents, the same proxy is not available, so you may use proxy from another country. Isn't there a chance to get caught ?

    To start your own blog network, check this thread, very good information.
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo/662759-tier-1-alternative.html
     
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    By the sound of what you are wanting to achieve I would not worry too much about leaving footprints. You will be fine.
     
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    Yep it's got military grade encryption. You can build a web 2.0 network using your own IP. That's is how I do it.

    Moreover, a web 2.0 network is the hot thing right now. Before I launch a site, I always make a set of new web 2.0s on around 50 different platforms and record their URLs in a word file. Always, document all your manual backlink methods. I have learnt that the hard way.

    A hint: Use expired web 2.0s. (Blogger allows re-registration).
     
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  10. 7yearitch

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    thanks for the link. will study it right now!

    any good links on how to find expired web2.0's? i've tried that route but blogger seems to have a holding period before you can re-register expired websites.

    thanks for the insight. do elaborate on what you mean by this. what is it that i'm trying to do that i shouldn't be worried about? sry for the noob question, i'm still learning.
     
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    most of hma ip's are spammed to death. if you are able to find a good one then there is no guarantee that it will not be spammed after you use it.

    buy 10 "private" proxies , ask support to not change them after a month. now you have 10 ips and you control them. no one other then you can use them. they will be good to do manual seo.

    manual seo costs 10X more then soft seo and you won't like to get a manually created tier 1 link getting deleted for $2/month proxy.

    -=-
     
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    Blogger is harder to break than tumblr.. but not impossible. Massive scrapes and a ton of proxies to check PR and availability.

    In case you want to save time on scraping, checking PR, checking availability, registering new account, check my signature for high PR tumblrs. :)
     
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    get private proxies :) HMA proxies are shit, don't use them! they're already used too much for spamming, and has lower submission rates! :)
     
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    If you are doing multiple web2.0s per property, then you will want to use proxies so you could get IP variations.
     
  15. Agera

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    No, for this you don't really need to use Proxies, especially since you'll be doing it manually. Now, if you were going to be using a bot, then I'd suggest adding some Proxies in to the creation process but you'll be fine without them.