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Dam,Good exercise for good script programmers.BlackHat

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sendlerad, Oct 18, 2007.

  1. sendlerad

    sendlerad Regular Member

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    Hi,

    I belong to some affiliate network(CPA). They have a frames script that allows me to show my entire affiliate website on my own domain.

    The website comes up fine...

    My problem is that I want to redirect visitors to some other page on my site(example subdomain), after then click some specific link on this affilite website.
    In my situation I need to redirect them when they hit [complete registration] button in this affiliate form.

    Its kind a BlackHat from side that visitors will really want to register (and earn for me commisions-CPA) because after registration, they will be reddirected to page with content that is worth it . example free porn.


    Is there anyway to do this?
    Thanks,
     
  2. ContentFarmer

    ContentFarmer Junior Member

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    I'm confused.
     
  3. Asprin

    Asprin Newbie

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    I THINK you're looking for some simple JavaScript event code. You're post is kind of confusing though.

    In the HTML that contains the "complete registration" button, add this inside the tag:

    onclick="javascript:document.lcation='AAA'"

    Just change the AAA to the link of the page you want to re-direct to. Then whenever they click the button it will re-direct them to the link.

    If that's not what you wanted, please clarify. I'm sure a solution can be found.
     
  4. nova

    nova BANNED BANNED

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    You cant do it. If you use only one frame to frame their landing page then obviously the control remains with their script so you cant redirect to your own page once they fill the offer. If you use two frames and try to load your page in the top frame then the browsers inbuilt javascript security wont let you load this frame when the even fires on form submission as the 2 pages are on different sites.

    I know why you need this ;) Ive tried to find this solution earlier
     
  5. sendlerad

    sendlerad Regular Member

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    It would be real money mashine if there would be any solution, because you make people do easy singup exchage to good content..
    Imagine ClickCash. com CPA who pays 80 $ per singup if you can get 1000 singups per week. if about 100 of them will be paid 100x80$x4=32k$ month. :D
    Now I am looking for some kind of pop-up script that will detect when ClickCash sing up form is filled and submitten and then he popups that hidden content page. I mean popup scripts that shows up after specific link click. In this situation after clicking [COMPLETE REGISTRATION] button.
    any suggestions??
     
  6. Asprin

    Asprin Newbie

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    Oh I see, I think. The form is being loaded in the iframe that belongs to the affiliate domain.

    Sendlerad, I've got an idea on how to make this work. PM me.
     
  7. brittany46

    brittany46 Junior Member

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    Quick question: Will the affiliate let you host the signup page?
     
  8. nova

    nova BANNED BANNED

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    No they don't... that's the problem or else it'd be one line of code to get it done