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Understanding Proxies and Linkbuilding

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Hunkwithsomefunk, Apr 30, 2014.

  1. Hunkwithsomefunk

    Hunkwithsomefunk Newbie

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    Hi Everyone,

    I've recently started a NIche website (my first) and after putting up some quality content (20 articles) I am ready to start linkbuilding. However, I've read that I should use a proxy when building multiple web 2.0s, forum posts etc. because google will recognize my I.P.
    Is this right?

    Also, I've looked into some proxy services here on BHW, but they come in packs. I.E. 20 proxies a month for $$. Does this mean that each proxy is like its own domain? Or do I only need one for all my linkbuilding?

    Thanks,
     
  2. europladsseo

    europladsseo Newbie

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    Proxies are unique ip addresses to help you create multiple accounts on the same web2.0 platforms, as some of them restrict the number of accounts you can create per IP. Google does not have anything to do directly with what IP you use to create a web2.0 unless you are focusing upon bloggers.
     
  3. Hunkwithsomefunk

    Hunkwithsomefunk Newbie

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    Ahh ok, so google wouldn't notice (assuming I'm not using blogger) that I'm backlinking my web 2.0s to by adsensed Main site?
     
  4. SEOnetic

    SEOnetic Senior Member

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    that's not the google's matter, this is for the particular web2.0 platform which don't allow multiple site from the same ip.
     
  5. PrinceVisi

    PrinceVisi Elite Member

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    You clearly need to read some more on proxies and link building.

    You need proxies in Google so you can harvest more urls as your personal IP can get banned very quickly. For the link building part, you need them if the web 2.0 sites have set a limit on how many properties can be created per day from a single IP.