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Would you use Infinite WP with PBNs?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rayee, Apr 9, 2014.

  1. rayee

    rayee Power Member

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    Someone told me that Google won't detect it because he analysed the code avail to Google and they won't be able to detect it and thus Infinite WP is safe to use. If you own a PBN and is using, kindly tell!
     
  2. SaulGoodman

    SaulGoodman Registered Member

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    Well, the thing is that installing InfiniteWP doesn't leave a footprint in the html source code.

    Therefore Google has no chance to find out that you are running a PBN with IWP.
     
  3. archon10

    archon10 BANNED BANNED

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    "no footprint" is what the SAPE guys said too.
     
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  4. xaviel

    xaviel Newbie

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    Hey Rayee,

    I would add diversification to your PBN.

    Set some up with Joomla, Magento, etc.

    Most hosting company have "1 click" install for these blogging platforms.

    It does take a bit more time to manage, but its safer.

    Cheers
     
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    bignose Power Member

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    No footprint as I can see. Also try MainWP, it's surely footprint safe.
     
  6. nadavs

    nadavs Newbie

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    MainWP should be used with real caution. If you use it to set a featured image or just upload an image, the image URL will be the one from the main website, not the child website. If all your PBN sites have images from the same URL you're leaving a huge footprint.

    nadavs