First thing’s first, Sugar Daddies/Mammas should be aware that their profiles are only visible to verified Sugar Babies on the platform so while these tips can also be used by Sugar Daddies, the only people that can view them is strictly limited to our Sugar Babies and no one else. Sugar Daddies can also set their profiles to be undiscoverable so the only people that will be able to view their profiles will be Sugar Babies the Sugar Daddies are directly messaging. Fully anonymous browsing is only possible for Sugar Daddy accounts so if you’re a Sugar Baby there are a few steps you can take to keep your identity from being found elsewhere online including search engines and Reverse Image Search. In fact it’s pretty easy if you just follow each point outlined in this article.
The easiest way to make your album’s photos untraceable is to only use photos that you’ve never before added online, but be careful because doing a Reverse Image Search could still show results when your photos are closely related to the photos you’ve added elsewhere. To Reverse Image Search, use Chrome or download the plugin for any other browser, right click your photo, and click “Search Google For Image” to see your results.
If you want to use photos you’ve added on other websites you can still make them untraceable by resizing them, adding filters, cropping them, and adding a few stars, hearts, or flowers. Be sure to check your results once you’ve made your changes because Google’s algorithm could still pick up on your images when it doesn’t deem them too different from the photos you’ve added elsewhere. Experiment with what works best for your photos.
To keep your bio private yet informative you will need to skip out on certain details. Don’t include your full name, any specific details about your education or work, and any events that could be traced back to your name, education, or work. If you have a very unique name, it’s in your best interest to use another name since something as simple as knowing your city or hometown can make finding you on Facebook a simple task.
Your account’s username should be something you’ve never used to register with any other websites that contain your photos or any information that can be traced back to you. It’s best to use an easy to remember nickname that is unique to the platform for full anonymity outside the platform. If you want to use your real name, make sure it’s something very common like Ashley, Jessica, or Elizabeth and don’t include your real last name.
Do not include any form of emails, phone numbers, social media, and messenger or app usernames. These are not allowed in profiles and should only be given out to people you’re familiar with. Never give anyone your home address, work address, banking information, or credit/debit card number. Protecting your privacy online is important and can be done effectively just by following all these steps and removing any sensitive info you’ve previously added to other sites as well.