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Double Meta Refresh Question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by xbon869x, Mar 5, 2010.

  1. xbon869x

    xbon869x Guest

    First off does anybody have an updated,proven and works script for double meta refresh that will hide your traffic source?I'm going to use blogger to hide my traffic because its free.

    My second question is,can I redirect to google then have it go to my affiliate link?I'm using godaddy domain forwarding with masking.Ofcourse,unless the godaddy masking is hiding my traffic source,not sure about that.

    Any help will be great.
     
  2. godsfriend

    godsfriend Registered Member

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    Here you are:

    goto.php (or index.php, rename it as you want)

    PHP:
    <?php
    echo "<meta http-equiv=\"refresh\" content=\"0;url=http://www.domain/goto2.php\">";
    ?> 
    goto2.php

    PHP:
    <?php
    $referer 
    $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'];
    if(
    $referer == "")
        {
    echo 
    "<meta http-equiv=\"refresh\" content=\"0;url=http://www.affiliate.com/link.php\">";    
        }
    else
        {
    echo 
    "<meta http-equiv=\"refresh\" content=\"0;url=http://www.yoursite.com\">";    
        }
    ?> 
    Everything works perfect!
     
  3. xbon869x

    xbon869x Guest

    Now how would I use this in a blogger blog?
     
  4. breakaway

    breakaway Senior Member Premium Member

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    I've tried to put the code in to blogger but it won't save the code, it kicks the code out so I don't think you can add it to blogger.
     
  5. xbon869x

    xbon869x Guest

    It did the same thing to me.
     
  6. breakaway

    breakaway Senior Member Premium Member

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    I'm getting ready to try it with WP.
     
  7. xbon869x

    xbon869x Guest

    I found a site that does a double meta refresh for you.

    Code:
    http://cloakedlink.com/
     
  8. BenQs

    BenQs Regular Member

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    I don't use free sites so can't speak to that, but if you're on wp, one of the best is still redirector 2 located here. Actually, I think there may also be a standalone for non-wp sites too.
     
  9. orion3672

    orion3672 Newbie

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    I found this on a site a little while ago, I think the the guy who wrote this is a bhw member. It's a good solution.

    Anyway,

    Here is a simple way to hide your real traffic source and show your CPA. A very simple way of faking your referrer is to set up a selective page redirect using simple javascript on a genuine landing page


    Code:
    var ref;
    ref=document.referrer;
    
     if  (ref.replace("YOUR_REFERRER.com","") != ref)
     {
     window.location.href='http://www.Genuinely .com';
     }
     //=====Code By: metalcolin=====
     if (ref.replace("YOUR_REFERRER_2.com","") != ref)
     {
     window.location.href='http://YOUR_CPA_OFFER.com';
     }
     //===== metalcolin ======
     if (ref.replace("http://YOUR_REFERRER_3.com","") != ref)
     {
     window.location.href='http://www.YOUR_CPA_OFFER.com';
     }
     //=====
    This is how you do it, you set up your basic double meta to point to your landing page and configure your javascript to redirect the traffic coming from your 2nd redirects ONLY (important). For example, in the ‘YOUR_REFERRER.com' you put in the FULL url of your 2nd meta refresh which will only redirect the traffic that comes from that source and it will leave the referrer as your landing page for your CPA network to see (which is what you want).

    When someone from the CPA Network comes to check out your landing page they will NOT be redirected and everything looks perfectly legit.
     
    Last edited: Mar 7, 2010
  10. xbon869x

    xbon869x Guest

    That looks pretty good,i'll try it.