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Autoblog redirect to freebie offers?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by fukinlee, Sep 24, 2009.

  1. fukinlee

    fukinlee Newbie

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    Question guys...right now I'm using adsense on my autoblogs but I'm getting nervous that Google will pound me with the BAN-HAMMER if my traffic keeps increasing as fast as it is, which might trigger a manual review. I've got some WH sites that use adsense and I don't want to risk my adsense getting banned.

    So for an alternative monetization method, do you think I could just redirect visitors (except for SE spiders that is) straight to e-mail submit landing pages for free iphones, macbooks, etc? Would that even convert, say 1%, across the board for all niches?
     
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  2. RiTu

    RiTu Regular Member

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    I wouldn't recommend you to do that. It is called cloaking. To keep spiders on your website you need: frequently updated list of spider IPs (fantomaster's SpiderSpy #350/year. This is undetectable, unless you will leak some spider...) or tricky javascript code (spider's can't execute javascript) to redirect only visitors. Obviously, you can't use simple javascript redirect because you will be instantly penalized for that. Just search for 'buy viagra' or similar keyword and study what spammers do.

    As I said before, I wouldn't recommend that.
    Instead, you should promote CPA offers
     
  3. RudeMaudlin

    RudeMaudlin Registered Member

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    You will get banned from doing that so it's a "no no" method. If you don't want to jeopardize your adsense account then don't put adsense in your autoblogs instead put another PPC programs in your autoblogs.