Building an un-traceable network

Building an un-traceable network

There are loads of reasons why you’d want to build a network of websites and not have them connected to each-other. I’m not just thinking for SEO reasons . . . Although the benefit of building a network to game the algorithms would be far outweighed by the work involved so you may as well concentrate on a nice and clean editorial/content based link-building campaign!

Here are our top tips for building an un-traceable network:

1 – Register each domain with different registrant details

2 – Register each domain with a different domain company

3 – Host each website with a different host, on its own private IP

4 – Set contact details to different virtual offices

5 – Don’t slap Adsense or similar from the same account across your network

6 – Don’t duplicate the content across your sites

7 – Don’t build links from the same sources

8 – Don’t link out to the same sites

Keep those things in mind and your network of websites should stay reasonably healthy and un-detectable to prying eyes!



  1. Posted January 13, 2009 at 4:55 am | Permalink

    I agree with all the items but #7 – unless you’re linking within the set of domains, it should be more than to co-mingle links.. . afterall, most search engines don’t punish you for off site actions (for obvious reasons).

  2. strategicseo
    Posted January 13, 2009 at 1:08 pm | Permalink

    Fair point. Co-mingling of links shouldn’t be a major problem so long as you don’t stick all your links on the same source everytime.

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