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Google looks for patterns of bad behavior. If you don't throw up any red flags, you'll probably be fine. Things that would be noticed would be large amounts of clicks coming from the computer or IP number, or a lot of linking between the sites in the two accounts. I suspect if the two accounts were serving ads on sites in the same theme, Google would probably take a hard look at that too (i.e if one account has a recipe site and the other account had a cookware site)
Just wonder if I can manage the two accounts in just on computer?
My wife's account and mine.
Anyone has the similar experience?
How can use 2 persons only 1 computer? I can not imagine how this could work.
I see all the problems, because I, my wife and my 2 daughters have only 3 notebooks.
So my daughters have to share only 1 notebook.
Now I have 2, and I log in to both from the same computer, browser window, etc.... haven't had a problem.
I also have different addresses for each account.
as long as the accounts are two separate entities, for example, one is a registered business and one is a personal account (using your own tax ID)
I use several accounts from the same computer, each account belongs to a separate, unrelated (apart from me being the owner) company.
i regularly check all accounts one after the other in the same session from the same browser window, etc
[edited by: martinibuster at 8:26 pm (utc) on Feb. 5, 2009]
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