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Cloaking ????

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by essex14, Jul 1, 2008.

  1. essex14

    essex14 Junior Member

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    O.k When it comes to cloaking I am a total newbie.... I came across Travis Sago's page and noticed he cloaked some pages http://www.the-psp-pimp.com/pspdownload.html


    I just would like to know how to do that but instead with my own target page..
    Any suggestions thanks...
     
  2. ximscreamingx

    ximscreamingx Power Member

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    offer cloak dot com
     
  3. essex14

    essex14 Junior Member

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    So How would I go about doing that ...... When you look at its page source it looks quite simple (really isnt)
     
  4. dg189

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    Hey, I really recommend Power Link Generator by Mike Filsaime. It does what you are asking and it also tracks the number of times someone has clicked on the links, etc. Here's the members area so you can download it.

    hxxp://powe*rlinkge*nerator.com***/PLG-***members**-area****.htm

    (remove the asterisks)

    Watch the tutorial video in the members area to see how it works and how to use it.

    Hope that helps.
     
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    ximscreamingx Power Member

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    You're right, I totally didn't even click his link. I guess I never click on links by habit now.

    Xim, the nooB for a day

     
  6. battman323

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    There are many types of cloaking. What kind are you interested in?

    hidden keyword text?
    doorway pages that redirect?
    IP delivery that feeds different pages to spiders and humans?
    covering affiliate links?
     
  7. Whisker

    Whisker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    You are going to get a LOT of performance from this tactic. Of course the most advanced and updated IP delivery comes at a price...
     
  8. oldenstylehats

    oldenstylehats Elite Member Premium Member

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    Yes, along with a fair amount of danger if you're not smart about it. ;)
     
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  9. abbygirl

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    Interested in the covering affiliate links! can u please help me
     
  10. battman323

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    You can cover an affiliate link by create a file that redirects. I personally prefer PHP redirects because they've been shown to get past Internet Explorer's cookie blocking.

    The code for a php redirect is:

    Code:
    <?php header("Location: PUT-YOUR-URL-HERE"); ?>
    All you have to do is plug in your affiliate link and save that one line code as "product.php" and drive traffic to it. It will redirect instantaneously to your affiliate link and will prevent people from seeing initially that it is an affiliate link.

    You can also do a frame redirect. These look good, but haven't stood up as well against cookie blocking. Here is the code for a frame redirect:

    Edit that in the title tag and where it shows the url to black hat world, then save it as "product.html" and drive traffic to it and they won't be able to see initially that it's an affiliate link.

    Those are the two I prefer. I like them because they look like domain.com/product.php or domain.com/product.html and that's usually good enough for me. There are also Meta redirects and Javascript redirects.
     
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  11. Zso

    Zso BANNED BANNED

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    Could you recommend a good source on this topic? Maybe we could discuss it in private?
    You know Im not completely noob on it, but im about to launch some cloaked sites and don?t want to get banned too quickly :D
     
  12. ximscreamingx

    ximscreamingx Power Member

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    This is a textbook example of someone going above and beyond in helping someone out.

    Thanks Batman.

     
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