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Bots to search Google for keyword and then click your website

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by temetito, Apr 2, 2014.

  1. temetito

    temetito Registered Member

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    Hi All,

    I noticed there are several programs that do fake searches in Google and when your website is found, it click the link to simulate a user searching Google and selecting your website.

    Is using those programs effective to increase SERPs?

    Best Regards

    T.
     
  2. lover

    lover Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Not sure if there any tool which can do this but such tool will need lot of proxies to work efficiently.
     
  3. temetito

    temetito Registered Member

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    Yes...one of them rely on HMA...
     
  4. auxiliarus

    auxiliarus Regular Member

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    And proxies cost a lot of money, apart from that - they will all lead to mostly old pages rather than new ones, and you need fresh content... And the bots will have same M.A.C adress, so a proxy won't save your ass anyway, apart from that there is a lot of secret methods advertisers use to store who and where clicked, cache, cookies, mac, ip adress and much more.
    The bot has to be a high-level bot, changing it's browser every-time, changing OS, Mac-adress, Ip adress, recycling cookies, searching for new web-pages and be able to connect to proxies around the world, getting click from different U.K adresses won't stop the suspicion.
    Apart from that, bots have to somehow search your website realistically, if you would search for "inurl:" using a bot, it's a perma-ban-instant.