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Calling all javascript/vbs programmers... i have a BIG question?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by BlackHat Man, Oct 7, 2011.

  1. BlackHat Man

    BlackHat Man Newbie

    Oct 7, 2011
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    I am expecting the answer to the question to be no, becuase otherwise people would already be making lots of money of this... but anyway heres what I am trying to do

    I want to know if there is a script i can run, either javascript or vbs that can automatically click a HTML link on a page for you.

    i already know the script used to open a page, but then from there i want it to automatically click a HTML link, emulating how a real person would.

    almost like a redirecting script really

    eg. if i could combine this with adfly and similar services, i could just create a loop of how ever many pages, so that the the hits wouldnt be coming from an 'unknown' source. which would mean a LOT less chance of being banned.

    i bet you're asking why wouldnt people just do this with their adsense? and get free hits for the ad. probably cause there is no such script :(

    if the answer is no, then what are the other ways to link all the pages together??
    ive heard of the htcaccessfile thing, but that means i will have to host my own page.
    theres also a few php?meta? scripts that can be put directly into the html of the page, which means i could just use blogspot... but will the referred site still be counted towards the hits?

    basically what is the best way to link a ton of pages together combined with adfly without getting banned (referred hits)? lol

    i hope someone understands what im trying to say....:rolleyes:
  2. matthewajumper

    matthewajumper Newbie

    Aug 8, 2011
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    San Diego, CA
    I'm actually working on a project like that right now. It's possible. I've done it. I even integrated it with CL. PM me
  3. bulldawg88

    bulldawg88 Junior Member

    Jan 13, 2012
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    San Diego, CA
    There's a script for that and it's actually a lot simpler than you would think. If you want it to click a link on a website, the link has to have an ID. So, if you want to force someone that visits your site to click a link, that's all good. However, if you plan to use it with ******, keep in mind that they only allow 5 visits per IP address.