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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by aoe316, Dec 27, 2013.

  1. aoe316

    aoe316 Regular Member

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    Hey guys I was wondering if there is a way to import someones else forum on my site with or with out there permission? For example, I had a site about seo and bot's and I wanted one of my menus to be imported blackhatworld forum. They get to blackhatworld signup or login and post but through my site? (This was only an example, I am not trying to do this with blackhatworld or IM niche.)
     
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  2. aoe316

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    *Breaking News*
    Bump Bump
     
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  3. aoe316

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    Is this not asked right or do people not know?
     
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  4. Kaistar

    Kaistar Power Member

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    Place the whole forum in an iFrame on your site.
     
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    Way to bump a site 3 times dude.
    Also, your question is not clear. Please make your question clear and be patient
     
  6. aoe316

    aoe316 Regular Member

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    Thank you for the Ifram sugestion. I think this is exactly what I was looking for.
     
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    Your question is very confusing mate
     
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    King Midas Junior Member

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    Though I don't know the answer to your post, it's not all that confusing. He just wants a section on his site, underneath a category (for instance, like Blackhat SEO on here) to be redirected to another forums section, and I'm assuming when they press home, he'd like them to return back to his forum. Sort of like making another forums content/sections your own without making it apparent to the guests.
     
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    Ah that makes it a lot more clearer. So what OP is looking for is how to link to another site?

    I don't know what site/platform you have so I can't spoonfeed you about how to edit the menu.
    But the approach would be HTML, more specific the A href attribute.
    http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_links.asp

    If you couldn't figure this out on your own, I would tips you about searching for some HTML guides.
    Cus HTML is very handy/the basic to know in all internet marketing area!

    Good luck!
     
  10. aoe316

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    Well sorry for not being to clear, let me try and fix that. I am running a wordpress site and on this site I want to either add a tap or menu section that when clicked, takes them to Blackhatworld's forum. (just a example). Now I want them to be able to interact with blackhatfourm as if they where actually on Blackhatfourm but they would still be on my site. Iframes was mentiond earlier and I think this would actually work for what I am trying to do, hopefully. There is alot more to what I actually am going to try and do but I wanted to keep my question basic and vague for obvious reasons.
    Thank you very much everyone for the help.
     
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    http://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/wordpress-menus/

    As for iFrame.. Just dont...
     
  12. aoe316

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    Thanks for the reply. The menu is not the problem. I didnt say this before because I wanted to kind of keep it to my self for now. What I want to do is have a site that contains multiple forums on my site for easy access to these forms. These forums would not be mine though, lets use hacking as the subject. I would get like the 5 or 6 best hacking forums on my site where you could see all news and top threads together or just click the forum you want to directly go to from the menu. A little like taptalk.
     
  13. WizGizmo

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    @ aoe316: No more bumping your thread.

    Thank You.
     
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    Sounds like iframe is exactly what you need.
     
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    Agreed. I really see no other plausible way of going about this situation. You might be able to set up a 'new thread' feed on your site, and use some scraping scripts to list them all.
     
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    Could you just use Zennoposter to create your own content? Forums do better when they are unique.
     
  17. Kaistar

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    The only reason for not using an iFrame is that search engines don't read them properly so the host site would not benefit from all the extra information inside the iFrame.
    If the OP just wants to provide access to these forums, still crediting the original forum with new visitors and posts while keeping visitors on his own site then I see no other option really.

    I would never use frames on my own site for my own information because of the search engine issue but if I wanted to do what the OP needs then as long as it looked right then no problem.
     
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  18. aoe316

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    So the only reason not to use Iframes would be because of serps? I mainly want to do it for convince for my self and others. each of these particular forums have a different set of rules that they to use so they are all very very very simular but all with uniuqe qualitys also. I want it to be a one stop shop kind of. So most people go to one forum for information another to find deals, another to get this or that. They are obviously all competing with each other and I want to give people access to everything all in one spot but also want to give them the ability to stay on my page while also visiting the actual forum if they need to. It would also be nice If a person can post on my new created forum, then my site would post that person's post on all the forums that I brought in with Iframes or whatever I end up using.
    Thanks guys for all the help, you guys make this the best info and seo forum around.
     
  19. aoe316

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    Thanks for the reply, you are absolutely right on what I want to do. Cant I just tell google bot not to crawl the page with Iframe? I should still get ranked if they have to go to my main site anyway?
     
  20. Kaistar

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    You can use robots.txt to stop bots crawling the pages you want excluding.
    So on your site menu you could have 10 pages, all iframing different forums but still on your site.
    iFrames are crap for SEO, but only affect the page with the frame on so if you are excluding those pages from search engines then you are not going to be affected anyway.
    As for posting to all those forums through your own forum, probably not going to happen.

    Also, not sure if all those webmasters would want you framing their entire site so it's up to you if you just carry on or ask permission first.