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Cloaking vs. Doorway pages

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by moneykz, Sep 18, 2008.

  1. moneykz

    moneykz Junior Member

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    What is a better system to use.

    Cloaking of pages with redirect of humans and show different to search engine.
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    Doorway pages that are made one time and using a .js redirect that sends the user to the redirected page
     
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  2. Nixte

    Nixte Regular Member

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    In today's world the best is IP Cloaking of a shadow-domain. Meaning you create domains (or sub or sub.sub) that are only used for BH purposes (cloaking) and then redirecting the visitor to another site. If you want to be successful, you need an daily / weekly updated list op search engine IPs to stay ahead of the game.
     
  3. Mp3Mage

    Mp3Mage BANNED BANNED

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    What do you guys think of Search engine cloaker? I've been using it and so far it hasn't really done me any good.

    :usa:
     
  4. Nixte

    Nixte Regular Member

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    When I first started out I was looking into SEC. It seemed to be a nice tool, but you will need some of the paid memberships to make it work and a good way to get some links to your site. However, I am not using SEC for my cloaking purposes. The best Cloakers (besides the one I am using) are SSEC and Fantomas.

    Also, where do you get your IP list from? (This can make it / or brake it)


     
  5. moneykz

    moneykz Junior Member

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    $70 a month for SSEC. Is this worth it?
     
  6. Nixte

    Nixte Regular Member

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    Well it's more like around $200. You will need SSEC (Software), domains, and a VPS (min 350 MB RAM) or server to run it professionally. Plus, I would inverst the $300/year to get Fantomas IP-List, which is the best on the market.

    I would say that it is a *great application* once you have done your readings.

     
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