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Fake your PageRank?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by navin, Jul 2, 2007.

  1. navin

    navin Junior Member

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    Can someone give me a working script and a litle 'how-to' please:D
     
  2. Tiger

    Tiger Newbie

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    Easy to fake but easy to detect, just do a 301 redirect to a site with PR6 or PR7, wait for pagerank update then stop the redirection.

    You have to use cloaking to redirect robots to the new destination but not the visitors.
     
  3. shtailor88

    shtailor88 Newbie

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    I like this methods:))
     
  4. nova

    nova BANNED BANNED

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    A 301 redirect will fool newbies. A simple info:domain.com query at google will show you if the pagerank is fake or not.
    Or use a tool like the one at

    seologs.com/pr-check/pagerank.html
     
  5. srinivas

    srinivas Newbie

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    Hi Tiger,

    Thanks for the tip.
    very good information.
     
  6. brittany46

    brittany46 Junior Member

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    Why do you want to fake it? Blackhat shouldn't mean "fraud".
     
  7. dripac

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    How do you do 301 redirect? What does that mean?
     
  8. nova

    nova BANNED BANNED

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    <?
    Header( "HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently" );
    Header( "Location: add url here" );
    ?>

    A 301 redirect is the most efficient and Search Engine Friendly method for webpage redirection. The code "301" is interpreted as "moved permanently".
     
  9. mark07

    mark07 Newbie

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    Its very easy to detect a site having a fake PR so you probably don't want to get caught and also get noticed by Google following a ban. So you may do that if it is to be shown to a kid.
     
  10. navin

    navin Junior Member

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    common, this just not make sense to me... i mean, if u do a redirect, u're being led to another website. how can u still stay on the same page and show the pr of another page?
    if i for example make a php page like, for eg BHS.php:

    <?
    Header( "HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently" );
    Header( "Location: www.herecomeswebsitename.com" );
    ?>

    if i visit that webpage, it takes me to that website...........i want to stay on the same page and show the data of the other page.
     
  11. nova

    nova BANNED BANNED

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    You keep the redirect in place untill there is a PR update, usually within 3-4 months.. and once you get the PR, you remove the redirect and park that page at your host.

    To a lay person it looks like a parked site with a high PR.

    Get it?
     
  12. mark07

    mark07 Newbie

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    Good explanation there. Can't be simplified furthur.
     
  13. Mr.AI

    Mr.AI Newbie

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    And whats the point? to look flashy?
     
  14. mark07

    mark07 Newbie

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    Increasing PR is not about looking flashy or anything like that but it is all about a site's page which has a designated value according to Google which helps a webmaster in buying and selling links accordingly through monetary transactions or also through link exchange.

    For the moment where Google is ruling the search engine market, the PR is quite an important object of desire for a webmaster.
     
  15. gurussuck

    gurussuck Newbie

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    Tried it - can't seem to fool Google though
     
  16. nova

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    The whole idea is to cheat noobs out of their hard earned money. The modus operandi is to fake page rank and then sell the domain at a domain auction for some nice moolah...

    To those who don't know about this it looks like a site with a nice PR, and that they are getting it at a throwaway price and fall for it. And the guys selling are smart enough not to fake a PR higher than 5 or 6... which literally lets them get away unsuspected..
     
  17. bbbsites

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    Makes me wonder how many sites I come across have faked pr. Probably not a lot, but still...