According to me it is 'No' but am not to sure and want to have it confirmed. The reason i'm inquisitive to know this is linking.
I'm planning on making a mininet and was wondering if i placed my adsense ads on the sites/blogs that i'll be using, would 'Google Search' use the ID to cross-verify my identity.
If yes then the mininet would be practically useless as the main concept behind it is to look completely natural. Having the same Adsense ID on the various randomly linked pages would just be a clear indication to Google that these sites are owned by one guy.
I'm pretty confident about Analytics data not being used. Here's the video proof i found :
13 June, 2010, 16:39 PM
Any feedback would be appreciated guys. Is user data of Google Adsense used by Google for Search Purposes?
I'm kinda looking forward to your views or any strong opinions on this matter.
13 June, 2010, 17:04 PM
i try once :
1.new site, new domain (just install smf and portal) with adsense and submit GWT, site index in less then 6 hour.
2.new site, new domain (just install smf and portal) without adsense and submit GWT, site index in a week.
domain different between this two is 1. Dot Asia 2. Dot com.
13 June, 2010, 17:45 PM
I guess they do, it's unsure but I guess Will did some tests on it. He registered different domains on different WHOIS info, and all different type of stuff (as far as I can remember ofcourse). So an answer of Will will probably be your best answer ;)