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[??] WHOIS for my private blog network

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by LukesDad, Sep 26, 2013.

  1. LukesDad

    LukesDad Junior Member

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    Hi,
    I have a couple hundert domainnames and want to start my own blog network. That the blogs should be hosted on as many different IPs as possiple is clear but what should I do with die WHOIS data? When all the domains are registered on my name, it is not that hard for google to find the network and WHOIS protection doesn't look good either.
    How do you solve that problem? Fake Names?

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  2. itmark

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    Use privacy if your register give it free. Or you can do fake but be ready to get an email from the register to fix your whois so you need working emails on your domains or you can run into problems. I had a problem with a non working email and it endend with a 20$ fine to not have real whois. (the funny thing was that was real whois but the phone number was clearly fake(55-555-5555). I use alot of fake whois and you will get a warning first. I normaly use fakenamegenerator to find names(you can export a big list) and use imacro to change the whois on auto.
     
  3. innozemec

    innozemec Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    why whois protection wouldn't look good either? It looks pretty nice ain't it? :)
     
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    Using WHOIS protection for google is useless, Google is also a domain register and has the possibility to look beond the WHOIS protection
     
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    if you are getting majority of links from domains which are whois protected , that would seem fishy .You don't know how complex could be google's algoithm . I would use fake names ,cities etc i.e. zero footprint.
     
  6. aka sam

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    you can protect 50% of the domain with privacy and for rest of them you can use fake names. Whois protected domains are not an issue, you might be doing 100 types of link building and who knows those sites are whois protected or not ?

    Still on safer side , go for 50% whois protected and 50% with fake name and all..
     
  7. LukesDad

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    I think I'll go with faked names. THX
     
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    Where do you get this from?