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Jul 2nd, 2020
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  1. One IP address for all sites
  2. Lets say I have 3 websites and they all have Google analytics installed, but the GA accounts are on 3 different IPs. But then I login to the websites /wp-admin using my home IP address, will G know that all 3 websites belong to one person?
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  14. They can find it out (but it doesn't prove anything. Think about shared {IP} hosting for example... the free ones especially) because the domains will resolve to the same IP. An easy way-out would be to add cloudflare in between. Read more here.
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  20. First of all, if you work on all websites from the same Chrome browser, there is a big change for G to know about them.
  21. Second, once all the websites have the same GA owner, it is something clear for G to know that all those websites have the same owner.
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  24. They can find it out (but it doesn't prove anything. Think about shared {IP} hosting for example... the free ones especially) because the domains will resolve to the same IP. An easy way-out would be to add cloudflare in between. Read more here.
  25. First of all, if you work on all websites from the same Chrome browser, there is a big change for G to know about them.
  26. Second, once all the websites have the same GA owner, it is something clear for G to know that all those websites have the same owner.
  27. This is true. Next time if you want to separate yourself from each project you can use Portable FF + PROXY + Different G Analytics Account For each Project
  28. What I am doing right now is: I have each website's GWT and GA registered on a separate IP address each with separate GMail accounts, these accounts are not linked. But when I am adding new posts to any of the websites for example, I am using Firefox (not Chrome) but just one IP on my main computer, I am not using separate IPs. I've had websites penalized b4 don't want it to happen again.. should I just continue like this is it too late now? :////
  29. First of all, if you work on all websites from the same Chrome browser, there is a big change for G to know about them.
  30. Second, once all the websites have the same GA owner, it is something clear for G to know that all those websites have the same owner.
  31. They all have different GA owners + I'm on Firefox but the same IP this is the part I'm not sure about
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  34. They can find it out (but it doesn't prove anything. Think about shared {IP} hosting for example... the free ones especially) because the domains will resolve to the same IP. An easy way-out would be to add cloudflare in between. Read more here.
  35. Hmmm I guess I misread the question. If you login to the wp-admin using firefox, unless you have ga plugin installed (or the ga code is added to the backend header as well) google has no way to track you. To be safe, use the portable ff as others have mentioned.
  36. Also consider the fact that those 3 websites could be your client's. You could just be the developer. I don't think google will ban your sites that easily.
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  40. Also consider the fact that those 3 websites could be your client's. You could just be the developer. I don't think google will ban your sites that easily.
  41. Thank you. But just wondering, on Google Analytics it doesn't show who is logged into /wp-admin/ at the moment? Because that seems like something Google would track if they know who is accessing the /wp-admin of certain sites. But you're right about the developer/freelancer thing
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  44. Thank you. But just wondering, on Google Analytics it doesn't show who is logged into /wp-admin/ at the moment? Because that seems like something Google would track if they know who is accessing the /wp-admin of certain sites. But you're right about the developer/freelancer thing
  45. Nopes they can't track you unless you use ga js in the backend code (or the official google analytics plugin..). They have no way to know. Relax.
  46. In case you want to be 100% confident that I am telling you the right thing.. try opening the network tab in your browser console (F12). You will see the list of every call made there. You could also use an external interceptor like wireshark/fiddler to triple check (in case some plugin sends the callback via backend code).
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  51. if you dont want them to know, use different analytics solution
  52. there's so many privacy hacks you have to do to keep yourself a secret. lso cookies. webrtc. dozens of browser footprints.
  53. I prefer yandex metrica (free) or piwik (self hosted) vs google analytics
  54. lots of people on bhw say don't bother using gmail either if you care about this sort of privacy on your websites and having your websites/domains/servers linked
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  56. What's bad about this? I assume this is for some kind of blackhat things or pbns?
  57. I don't see why google would care if you run multiple sites, like so many people do.
  58. I mean, if they only wanted you to have 1 site, they wouldn't allow adding multiple properties in the first place
  59. yes good point. why should you care? only seems to be a problem if you are doing pbn's/black hat things imo
  60. typical web dev will have multitude of servers, GA accounts, WP logins, etc. nothing wrong with that. but if you try to backlink them all together, google may have an issue.
  61. yes good point. why should you care? only seems to be a problem if you are doing pbn's/black hat things imo
  62. typical web dev will have multitude of servers, GA accounts, WP logins, etc. nothing wrong with that. but if you try to backlink them all together, google may have an issue.
  63. Maybe they don't care but I had previous websites with penalties, and I don't want my new websites to be linked to the old websites if that makes sense
  64. Nopes they can't track you unless you use ga js in the backend code (or the official google analytics plugin..). They have no way to know. Relax.
  65. In case you want to be 100% confident that I am telling you the right thing.. try opening the network tab in your browser console (F12). You will see the list of every call made there. You could also use an external interceptor like wireshark/fiddler to triple check (in case some plugin sends the callback via backend code).
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