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Cloaking vs. MSN/Live dot com

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by svj888, Feb 26, 2009.

  1. svj888

    svj888 Newbie

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    I have a bunch of domains burnt with Google that I play around with at MSN, since they have 9 months left to expire and no SEO value at Google or Yahoo. So if I can grab a couple hundred out of them apiece, fantastic.

    I've managed to get a fair little piece of traffic into some of these obviously keyword-stuffed pages, but I'm getting a little worried that putting Adsense on them is eventually asking for trouble.

    So I'm putting up a two-parter for discussion:

    A) I would like to have an Adsense page on another domain to redirect these MSN keyword-stuffed hits to. Does Adsense have any way of figuring out where the hits to this new domain are coming from? (Would they care if they did find out? The traffic, while not really whitehat-sourced, is legit, real people looking for the subject matter)

    B) I see two types of MSN bot in my logs. One labelled as MSNbot, and another that attempts to mimic a human by providing a human User-Agent, but a very obvious one-word referrer.

    Are there any other MSN bots that would prevent me from writing an .htaccess referrer-based (people searching for more than one word) redirect on all other traffic?

    Hopefully someone else needs/can use this info as well.