---- Damaging Effects of Privately Registered Domains in SERPs
TheOptimizationIdiot - 7:09 pm on Apr 29, 2013 (gmt 0)
If you can't do that and feel the need to hide when you do business online, perhaps that's problem.
But that's not the case at all.
I own my domains personally, but the business people interact with has the information people need published for them on the site. I'm not "hiding" who people are doing business with in any way through a private registration, I'm simply keeping from stopping by when they find the registration information, because it's my house.
People don't need to know where I live to do business with a business that has published information online and they don't need to know I hold my domains personally and have an agreement with the business for their use, so having to make the registration information public for some reason would mean I'd have to find another way to do it without giving people the chance to stop by my house where they can't get anything anyway.
And, as I stated previously, the reason I switched to private was people stopping by.