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Frame Breaker to Beat Google With Black Hat Techniques

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gogetta, Dec 17, 2008.

  1. gogetta

    gogetta Power Member

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    Whats good guys it's been a while.

    I've been real busy lately with some of my marketing and black hat techniques so i haven't been logged in for a while. Ill pm everyone back when I get a chance.

    Here is what I need some information on if any one could help out. This may be a real stupid question but oh well. Now I know redirects with meta and java scripts will get you a slap or banned from google. But I was wondering how does google treat frame breakers. Not that I would be using the breaker script on my site I want to perform well in Google. Instead i would frame a site which has the frame breaking script on the site I'm planning on spamming.

    So say I want to take a blog with high page rank and tons of back links and add content from some auto blog poster to build content. Then on that site there would be an Iframe leading to page that has a frame breaker script on it. Would this get my site dropped from Google or would the bots not even notice whats going on?


    Sorry if I confused you guys,
    Thanks in advance :)
     
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  2. gogetta

    gogetta Power Member

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    Hello can some one help? :sad2:
     
  3. gogetta

    gogetta Power Member

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    Here is an update so far.

    I have been auto posting to a blog of mine for about a week now and my traffic is steadily increasing. What I did was set up a landing page on one of my domains that has a frame breaker on it. Then I took one of my old blogs that has a pr 4 and framed that landing page on it.

    Then i filled up the auto blogging software with feeds related to my niche and started posting around 20 post a day. The second google searches come into that blog visitors are being redirected to my landing page. It is actually working really well as of now, I'll keep updating this thread as the weeks progress.

    Also google bots have been crawling the blog more regularly, and has yet to catch on to this.
     
  4. gogetta

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    Oh one more thing if anyone knows , when google bots crawl your site are java scripts deactivated? I noticed in the cache within Google search results the script will not break the frame. So i'm wondering if this is the reasons the bots aren't catching on.
     
  5. devil777

    devil777 Newbie

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    What you are doing is useless. Just use php and when your site is crawled change its appearence to whatever you want.
     
  6. gogetta

    gogetta Power Member

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    Yes, but there is no php option within blogger. Most of all my high ranking sites are in blogger.
    Sorry I should have stated that in the top of this thread.

    It's Still going strong, I have reached the top spot in google under certain keywords. I haven't seen my site any lower then page 2.
     
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  7. Whisker

    Whisker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    Why do people name themselves after already existing members...:confused:
     
  8. gogetta

    gogetta Power Member

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    I wasn't aware there was an existing member here with this name. The first time I put this user name in it was available.
     
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    yeti_racer Junior Member Premium Member

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    You mean the forum will let multiple users have the same username? That's nuts. As for your frame breaking, I'm using some code on my wallpaper site to break out of the google images frame. So far, it has helped keep the surfers on my site longer as opposed to just grabbing the full sized images that G links directly to and leaving. That's good. And, I haven't noticed a slap in the rankings yet although it's only been a month since I added the code.
     
  10. gogetta

    gogetta Power Member

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    I guess so cause this is my user name and I'm able to log in. I really don't know how anyone else can have this name. I use this name on every forum and most accounts around the web. Wow my name has you guys seriously shook.

    Thanks for the info on the frame breaking.

     
  11. Tom__

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    People should know that these spiders/crawlbots do not execute any javascript code! They are only designed to read the content from a page, they will be able to read the javascript code but they won't execute it...
     
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  12. gogetta

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    Well the java code is actually on the framed site. Would the spiders still read the code through an Iframe if the code isn't necessarily place on the site?

    "they will be able to read the javascript code but they won't execute it"

    This could explain why the spiders are not noticing the redirection thats taking place.

     
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  13. teguh123

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    About javascript redirect. I've been using it in all of my doorway pages (around 600). Most of which are working fine.

    Some are banned (hei, they are junk). Most are not.

    The javascript should be in a different file though. IMHO.