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One More Step To Anonymity - Setup A Team Blog

One of the best ways to be anonymous is to never be seen.

Even if you remove all personal details from your blog, you'll still leave an identifying mark, on the blog.

Single owner blogs have a "me" link in the blog header.

If your "anonymous" Blogger account has its profile number showing in the blogs that it owns, there's one mark against your anonymity.

The relevant detail here is "single owner" - if the blog is under team management, there's no "me" record, and no trace of your profile.

If you truly want your anonymous blog to be more anonymous, setup a second anonymous Blogger account, and setup team ownership of the blog, using two anonymous owner accounts.

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