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Cloaking BuyHitsCheap

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by charlietree, Jul 17, 2008.

  1. charlietree

    charlietree Registered Member

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    Alright so I have read a few threads that have talked about BuyHitsCheap being a great place to buy traffic so I went ahead and bought some. I am worried about the CPA Networks seeing the referrer as buyhitscheap.com or whatever...

    I have tried several redirects including DNS, JavaScript, and others...and nothing seems to work. I tried one that got rid of frames and it totally doesn't show up at all now. Is there a script to get around this or am I SOL?

    I know there are a couple of similiar threads about this, but I have not found anything that works for me. Please help so I can feed my kitties...thank you
     
  2. IsoRipper

    IsoRipper Junior Member

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    BHC is a pain in the ass when it comes to that. My best bet would e for you to try offercloak. My tests indicate that it is the most reliable way to do it
     
  3. Rambo

    Rambo BANNED BANNED

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    Yup I have started using offerclock too now. I used Buyhitscheap a lot before and had no problem with it whatsoever. I actually like their service.
     
  4. wireninja77

    wireninja77 Newbie

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    Has anyone used the cloakedlink.com service? It looks just as good but it is free :)
     
  5. IsoRipper

    IsoRipper Junior Member

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    That will only cloak your link not your referer. You get what you pay for!
     
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    ximscreamingx Power Member

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    Are you guys buying their web hits or their us traffic? I tried them a while back, but ZERO of my web hits registered.
     
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    Essential Clix Executive VIP Premium Member

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    try a double meta-refresh
     
  8. charlietree

    charlietree Registered Member

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    God I love this forum...I didnt think anyone would actually get back to me by this point...umm well I have tried the double meta refresh and it wasnt even showing the clicks at that point. I think BHC is actually like pop up traffic or some virus or something...I have always wondered how it worked.

    I am going to try a couple of more things before I go with offercloak but will obviously go that route if all else fails. I was just wondering if there was a code that someone was using that was successful but I am not surprised there isnt. Honestly if I were BHC I would do the same thing for liability issues...I think they add frames or something
     
  9. havokb8

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    ya it is more than likely pop under traffic, like iso said i hear offercloak works well with it
     
  10. RollYourOwn

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    Can you explain how? :rolleyes:
     
  11. IsoRipper

    IsoRipper Junior Member

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    Double Meta:

    <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=http://example.1com/"/>

    Then:

    <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=http://example2.com/"/>

    But DO NOT USE that with BHC. Honestly guys, please search the forum before you post. You keep asking irrelevant questions that have been answered SO many times. I have posted a couple of times about BHC traffic since I have tested them all. BHC will never register your clicks if you are doing redirects left and right to clear your referer, the click will never register in the end!! (Do you think the supposedly "user" is there waiting for your to finish you redirect parade?)

    When I mentioned Offercloak, its simply for the reason that the system they use will hide your referer safely. I have tried other stuff to no avail. With Tracking202, they supposedly fixed their cloaker, but again, BHC traffic still passes referer. So if you want to effectvely do this properly, dont go with a El Cheapo solution, you will be sorry later. If you are planning to make money online, invest some of that on good stuff, you will not regret!
     
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  12. RollYourOwn

    RollYourOwn Newbie

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    Now I know :), Thanks to Genjutsu and his useful post:

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/cookie-stuffing/16625-does-tinyurl-hide-referrer-conflicting-evidence.html#post158236
     
  13. sherly21

    sherly21 Junior Member

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    great information