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Will this goof cost me everything?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by NoUsernamesHere, Jun 29, 2014.

  1. NoUsernamesHere

    NoUsernamesHere Newbie

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    So I've been building a blog to monetize with adsense. I finished everything up and am at the linkbuilding portion of my journey. Unfortunately, in my link building noobness, I completely forgot to use a proxy while setting up my web 2.0s :/. So I have 2 questions:

    1) On a scale of 1-10, 1 being "not at all" and 10 being "the world is ending", how badly will this screw me?
    2) If I've screwed up royally, is there any advice on how to fix it?

    Thanks for any help. Also, totally didn't know where to post this so I figured this would be the safest bet.
     
  2. IMons

    IMons Registered Member

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    don't worry, it will almost not affect you in anyway, the web2.0 are on alot of different platforms i guess so same ip for different platforms won't be an issue, same ip for multiple accounts on the same platform, that's the issue since the platform will flag you accounts and take them down quickly
     
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  3. sassafras

    sassafras Junior Member

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    At worst if you have multiple accounts with a single web 2.0 they'll falg your ccounts and delete them. The only way it'll affect your money site is a possible reduction of backlinks.

    Most of the time when people talk about needing different IPs for backlinks they're talking about a PBN or some software, not web 2.0s.
     
  4. NoUsernamesHere

    NoUsernamesHere Newbie

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    Thanks. I do have a few repeat platforms, but I've got all of the articles and information saved, so if any get taken down I can remake the sites elsewhere. I was more worried about Google penalizing me if it noticed multiple links from the same IP. Now that I think about it, though, I do question the idea that the bot would have access to IP data when crawling backlinks.
     
  5. Kad77

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    Probably 3-4... Everyone must learn from there mistakes. Don't loose any sleep over it.
     
  6. webwars

    webwars Junior Member

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    Sounds like you're be ok, no big deal. I'll give it a 2 or 3 in this situation. Most you'll probably lose is some backlinks, but since you are smart enough to backup you content, then you can just publish it elsewhere and keep it movin!
     
  7. TrevorB

    TrevorB Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    OMG OP That's a 15. Need to start over again...

    Just kidding.

    It's all fine. I create web 2.0's with my main IP all the time and have no problems.
     
  8. JoeMongan

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    Not an issue at all. It's not like you will receive a penalty or something. Carry on! :)
     
  9. Asif WILSON Khan

    Asif WILSON Khan Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Don't worry about it OP.

    I sometimes forget to change proxies when sending death threats to Matt Cutts, no problem so far.