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domain mask and forward MADNESS

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Strider, Apr 30, 2009.

  1. Strider

    Strider Junior Member

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    Ok, I am about to lose my fuckin mind. I have been trying to figure this out for MONTHS!!! If someone can help me figure this out, I would really appreciate. I feel that the answer would help many people out.

    I have domain. I have an affiliate offer. I have my affiliate link. I know how to double meta refresh and I know how to do a cloaked prosper202 tracking link.
    If want to take my domain and forward and mask it so that it goes to my affiliate link, i can do this in godaddy very easily or I can do it using my own index.php.

    If I do a DMR or a prosper202 cloaked link and use it as the source url for the masked/forward domain, the referrer that the affiliate should see my prosper202 link or my blank referrer if i do a DMR. This works for Opera, Chrome, Firefox, ect.

    However, Internet Explorer shows my masked/forwarding domain as the referrer! Why the hell is happening? Basically it is deciding to show the parent frame as the referrer rather than my cloaked link.

    I am going insane and i need to figure this out.
     
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    If you can get me an answer that works, i will give you anything you want within reason
     
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    Who has the answer? What do you want for the answer? I am anxious.
     
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    Good question Strider.

    Let's bump this post and hope that there's someone kind enough to provide you with an answer.

    Chok Dee! :)