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Web 2.0 Account Management Questions

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bikkiboss, Feb 5, 2017.

  1. bikkiboss

    bikkiboss Junior Member

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    when working for multiple niches, will it be a problem if I use same account but multiple web 2.0s, I mean like same gmail blogger account but different blogs, same wordpress account but multiple wordpress blogs, all different niches??
     
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    I think that leaves a footprint and puts your other 2.0 blogs at risk of being banned too.
     
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    creativeshuvo Senior Member

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    dont leave any footprints
     
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    bikkiboss Junior Member

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    so, I should stick to 1 web2.0 per account?? Would you mind elaborating what would be the best practice or mind sharing your approach??
     
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    seoguy81 Senior Member

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    Best practice would be to create a network of new 2.0's with new email accounts and preferably a proxy or a rotating IP to keep the logins/account creation and management separate. That's just my opinion. I really wonder how others who create/sell 2.0's manage to do this. If I were you, i'd look to the services section and ask a few 2.0 PBN sellers to advise on this.
     
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    lokiys Regular Member

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    Problem of what ?
    If you mean in rankings, then no. Google do not see wordpress server side information.
    From this point It all depends on what you do on those blogs.
    If do some blackhat then strictly 1 domain per account.
    If you make quality blogs, make 100 in one account if you wish.

    Cheers
     
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    bikkiboss Junior Member

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    And what about using a single email account for various web2.0 platforms?? That must be allright, right?
     
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    There is a risk of doing this and it's not so much SEO related but actually web 2.0s providers themselves pose a thread. Especially WordPress.com

    I had my account banned before when doing exactly this and lost all my backlinks.

    So I would spread it. Maybe not 1 blog per account but probably 5.