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What is required to have google not know other sites you run

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by bacardirum, Sep 17, 2014.

  1. bacardirum

    bacardirum Newbie

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    I have wanted to start a lot of smaller sites but keep them all anonymous from my main sites. How does one go about this correctly without having them ever be linked to one another.

    A few questions I have:

    1) Is the name used for domain registration anything to do with this? If so will this be bypassed by setting it up as private when registering a name, or is this still not good enough, should a domain be bought using a fake name.
    2) Are your personal details when signing up for hosting ever public to people and google. Or again should this be bought using a fake name.
    3) There will never be any link with IP, as separate hosts will be used.
    4) Affiliate links with any clues to owner, are these checked. For example say you are with a network and your ID was 12121, it would be unwise to use these same ones on anonymous sites, correct?
    5) I will never use any of these sites for google products, adsense, analytics's etc. so no chance any interaction here.

    Why do I want to do this, and why be so careful. I have some domains and I do quite well with them. I want to venture into trying out other things, new techniques, maybe some not so good, so I want to just be vigilant that I keep what I do proper completely separate from other things I do.

    Have I missed anything out, are there other things I need to be aware off. Any help appreciated.
     
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    -Don't use Chrome, go with Firefox instead
    -Use private anonym proxies (clear cache on an about:blank page before each proxy)
    -Multiple domain registrars/host providers, sign-up with fake data

    If you have dynamic IP and you don't want to use proxies make sure you change your mac-address.

    And yea, don't use same aff link for multiple sites.

    OR simply just use TOR browser.
     
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  3. bacardirum

    bacardirum Newbie

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    Ok that's brilliant, had not heard of that TOR browser before.
    I have no clue the pitfalls I may face, but I started a new website out with my main sites just 2 months ago, and it's made £300 from July til today with very little work. My thinking is I am going to create another 100 of similar but not the same sites. I have only spent £5 a month + domain cost on it so far, plus I hired someone from India to do some manual work which was only $22, no other expenses.


    I just want to stay undetected so all of them are a separate individual.
    Do you have any ideas about hosting. I am wanting them all on individual IP's, but shared is good enough. Are there hosts who allow you to say pay cheap, but have 10 ip's? Or anything you think how it could work with what I am intending.
     
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    Of course! Leave away from the Internet!
     
  5. bacardirum

    bacardirum Newbie

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    What does that mean :) Do you not think so? Would love to here your feedback in case I am missing something, this is new to. I just don't want to have main money sites (or me) linked to side projects in case all goes a bit pear shaped. I don't see how they can be linked to me anyway, hosting and domains will be in a fake name, aff links will be different, nothing will be same server, IP, email, website coding, work, nothing the same, and I wont be using any websites products, services, downloads, and staying away from all search engines when working on these ones. How could anyone know who I was.



     
  6. Flappy Moose

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    I've been down for a while, am just back, and have to relearn a lot.

    But in the past I used VirtualBox to set up a lot of virtual machines. Then I used a variety of different portable Firefox versions. I used public, not private, proxies and set up accounts in a variety of different cities. Then, basically, for the heavy Google work I fired up one particular VM, one unique version of Firefox, and proxies from the city I was supposed to be in. I did this for each different domain when doing Google work and never had any problem.

    Remember, also with TOR, you can set the TOR sites you want for entry and exit. A little research should show you what TOR sites are fastest this week and which are down. I believe I used to use Berlin's Chaos Computer Club sites for entry because they were unusually stable and fast. Then I'd pick several sites as optional ones for exits. Of course I set a unique set of exits for each domain when doing Google work. Also worked like a charm.