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2 Creative Ways To Manipulate Your Alexa Ranking

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by pyccknn, Apr 19, 2010.

  1. pyccknn

    pyccknn Newbie

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    Hey guys, I have two methods i'd like to share with you today...

    One is automatic, but only if you have two websites or more with decent traffic...

    The other is manual, and a pain in the ass, but it does still work.

    AUTOMATIC METHOD

    You need to own at least two websites for this method, and they both need to be getting consistant amounts of traffic. What we're going to do is make like a network of your websites, so that basically all your sites traffic gets doubled.

    Lets say you have 'site A' and 'site B'... Site A gets 100 visitors per day, and Site B gets 50 visitors per day.

    What we're going to do is iframe Site A onto Site B, and vice versa. SO what that means is that NOW, Site A is essentially getting 150 visitors per day, and Site B is also getting 150 visitors per day... see how that works?

    So in other words, when some one visits one of your sites, they're really visiting 2, or as many as you have!

    You're going to be using an iframe that's nearly invisible to your visitors, that way they don't even know it's there and they won't be bothered.


    Use the following code, but replace it with the correct URL(your url)

    Code:
    <iframe src=http://www.yoursite.com width=1 height=1></iframe>
    
    MANUAL METHOD

    This method is more cool than effective. BUT, it still works if you take enough time to keep doing it.

    First, you need firefox. and if you don't already have it, you should ;)

    Second, become familiar with changing settings...or don't, idc...

    Go to http://nntime.com/proxy-country/ and choose a country, then choose a good looking IP with port 80(i think they're usually faster), for example: ---> 211.456.302:80 <--- PORT 80 :D

    Copy and paste the IP, press command + , , then click settings and input the IP into the first field you see...

    Once you've done that, it's now your Ip....Meaning, when you go to a site, and load the page, it's recognizing that it came from that IP...

    SO, keep switching your IP and reloading your site. REMEMBER TO RELOAD YOUR SITE WITH EACH NEW IP OR IT WON"T DO ANYTHING!

    Make sure you have to alex toolbar thing installed obviously or it won't affect the stats as thats how they're calculated...

    So, if you did this 30 times, which might take all of 9 minutes:)eek:), and that would look like(to alexa) that you had 30 more visitors with the alexa toolbar than you actually did have. Hope this all makes sense, ask questions if not.. :)

    Have fun being deceptive. ;)
     
  2. pNuker

    pNuker Junior Member

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    i've tested iframe 1x1 for an extended period (about 3 months) and didn't see any noteable improvements. i think they might have safeguards in place for iframing.
     
  3. welshman

    welshman Power Member

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    just a quick question:

    Automated method.... if you're pointing A to B and B to A, wont you get an infinite loop happening?
     
  4. pyccknn

    pyccknn Newbie

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    Yes, and you can see what this infiinite loop looks like if you look at the site on a iphone or itouch, because for some reason it ignores iframe size and shows the whole thing.
     
  5. tejsin

    tejsin Power Member

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    Well, I have seen Washington post doing that i frame thing but not on the site - as pop up.
    They did that for 2sec and then the pop up disappeared.
    Don't know if they still have it
    :)
     
  6. bryanon

    bryanon Executive VIP Premium Member

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    100% agreed with M.A.D - Alexa rank is utterly useless. Even more useless than PR.

    That said, if someone still wants to get their Alexa rank boosted then the easiest and cheapest method for this is paid junk traffic. You can get 10k visitors for $5 and there's no shortage of service providers. If I remember correctly there should be a few of those services right her on BHW services section as well.
     
  7. 4trsuted

    4trsuted Regular Member

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    Alexa rank should be natural as PG. It looks suspicious when 2 months old website with 4k Uniques per month got alexa 98k or smth, I'm referring to sites selling at flippa. It's one of the methods how to filter which sites are worth buying.