Using Different IP's for Backlinking

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When you create different accounts on web 2.0 properties using unique IP's, do you have to use those same IP's when you post content on those web 2.0 properties also? Or do you only have create those accounts using different IP's?

Thanks in advance,

Jay
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  • Profile picture of the author weston2012
    I am providing this kind of good quality backlinks or you can do yourself by use the free proxy software "IpSharkkEvo". Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author jipolis7
      Originally Posted by weston2012 View Post

      I am providing this kind of good quality backlinks or you can do yourself by use the free proxy software "IpSharkkEvo". Thanks
      Hey, how can I get this software? Can you please mention it? I will be grateful to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author weston2012
    Free version is here ipsharkk.com/free-version/

    You can change 4 to 5 times IP per day in free version.
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    • Profile picture of the author michealburns
      Originally Posted by weston2012 View Post

      Free version is here ipsharkk.com/free-version/

      You can change 4 to 5 times IP per day in free version.
      Thanks for providing the link. But what if those IP's are already affected ones? What to do under those circumstances??
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      • Profile picture of the author weston2012
        Originally Posted by michealburns View Post

        Thanks for providing the link. But what if those IP's are already affected ones? What to do under those circumstances??
        Its very critical to me for your questions. I am sorry. Wait and may any warrior answer to you. After all Thank You
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  • Profile picture of the author b4uindia
    Originally Posted by jahangir89 View Post

    When you create different accounts on web 2.0 properties using unique IP's, do you have to use those same IP's when you post content on those web 2.0 properties also? Or do you only have create those accounts using different IP's?

    Thanks in advance,

    Jay
    I think HMA VPN Pro can help you to get variety of hundreds /thousands of proxy ips. If you are in SEO and want to post more than one account it is always good to use proxies.
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    • Profile picture of the author kaytav
      Originally Posted by b4uindia View Post

      I think HMA VPN Pro can help you to get variety of hundreds /thousands of proxy ips. If you are in SEO and want to post more than one account it is always good to use proxies.
      Hide My Ass is the best when it comes to proxies. You can select proxies from different parts of the world. It is really helpful and will help you do Link building safely and properly.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dead Body
    I think ip uniqueness does not matter only text uniqueness matters...
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  • Profile picture of the author pinkhand
    Whenever we are exchanging links with other website we should always check the IP address of the websites because sometimes different websites have same IP adress and if we add link on that website then it is counted as one link only.So it is very important to check the IP.
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  • Profile picture of the author SEO Haven
    Originally Posted by jahangir89 View Post

    When you create different accounts on web 2.0 properties using unique IP's, do you have to use those same IP's when you post content on those web 2.0 properties also?
    Nope, that's not necessary at all.

    Many ISP companies allocate you to a different IP each time you connect, I know mine does, so it's not unusual for 1 person to be posting with 10+ ip's, even though they're always posting from the same PC.
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  • Profile picture of the author petemcal
    I don't think it's a huge issue. If you were creating multiple accounts from one IP that would probably flag you. However posting from a different IP than the account creation IP won't harm you too much.
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  • Profile picture of the author tightline
    Using different C-class IP's do make a difference, yes. Check out how many you have with MajesticSEO and open site explorer.
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  • Profile picture of the author gotlinks
    I suggest using different shared hosting account ips.

    Works good.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by gotlinks View Post

      I suggest using different shared hosting account ips.

      Works good.
      Hosting has nothing to do with the question being asked.


      Originally Posted by jahangir89 View Post

      When you create different accounts on web 2.0 properties using unique IP's, do you have to use those same IP's when you post content on those web 2.0 properties also? Or do you only have create those accounts using different IP's?

      Thanks in advance,

      Jay
      You can use any IP you want to post to the Web 2.0 sites. As for account creation, it really depends on how many accounts you are creating at a time. If you are creating 10 Tumblr accounts a day, yes, you will want to use some different IPs because they will stop letting you create new accounts, and may delete the old ones.

      For most Web 2.0 sites, it is against their TOS to have multiple accounts, which is why people use different IPs.
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      • Profile picture of the author gotlinks
        Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

        Hosting has nothing to do with the question being asked.




        You can use any IP you want to post to the Web 2.0 sites. As for account creation, it really depends on how many accounts you are creating at a time. If you are creating 10 Tumblr accounts a day, yes, you will want to use some different IPs because they will stop letting you create new accounts, and may delete the old ones.

        For most Web 2.0 sites, it is against their TOS to have multiple accounts, which is why people use different IPs.
        Seperate Shared Hosting Accounts have different ips tho...?
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        • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
          Originally Posted by gotlinks View Post

          Seperate Shared Hosting Accounts have different ips tho...?
          Ok. So how do you use your shared going account to create web 2.0's?

          Hosting has nothing to do with this discussion.
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          • Profile picture of the author gotlinks
            Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

            Ok. So how do you use your shared going account to create web 2.0's?

            Hosting has nothing to do with this discussion.
            Technically isnt a web 2.0 just a blogging platform simple one to 5 page website? 1 page in general?...
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            • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
              Originally Posted by gotlinks View Post

              Technically isnt a web 2.0 just a blogging platform simple one to 5 page website? 1 page in general?...

              The original poster is talking about his IP address, the one he is connecting to the internet with. Nothing to do with hosting.
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanLB
    Yes they track the IP you sign up with. If you try to sign up with the same IP a bunch of times you will get locked out. I use the same IP to create new accounts on web 2.0s all the time, and rarely run into problems as long as they aren't created back to back or several times in one day.

    They probably track the IP you post with, although I don't think they really care honestly. Generally I've found that what you post has a lot more to do with whether it is taken down or not. If you post unreadable, spun crap content and they can connect your IP to 10 accounts doing the same thing, they may just shut down all 10. If you are posting readable to high quality content the chances that it gets taken down even if your IP is connected to other accounts is slim. These sites aren't in the business of throwing away good content, so if you give them that then you're usually fine.
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