Right, time to give back again. This script should help you increase your successful comment submissions to moderated blogs GREATLY. Source of the Idea? I got inspired by CrazyFlx's Blackbox plugin. Haven't tried it before but skimmed through the description and was pretty amazed about it's idea. Thumbs up crazyflx. I made a PHP script that provides a similar functionality but perhaps not 100% typical. More on that below. What it does? That is best demonstrated by a sample comment that uses the technique: Now what happens is that you spam this same comment (maybe spinned) to hundreds of thousands of blogs as you usually do. Every (or almost everyone) blog admin that checks those links will find a link back to their website on your "friends" and they will find that the second URL redirects to their website's homepage So they'd think there is no freaking way this is spam! The guy has linked back to my site! I should surely accept his comment and even link back to his! See the potential? The power? Usage? Really simple. 1- Download and extract the 2 files included. 2- Upload the two files to a directory to your server, example: "friends" 3- You're done. Just link to those two files in all your blog comments. The script handles everything else. 4- [Optional] You can optionally change any static HTML inside the two files or error messages to your liking. 5- [Optional] You can optionally change the names of the two files to your liking. The technicalities: How it actually works? Well it's dependent on the HTTP Referrer. A lot of people here will immediately go whinning about how it isn't reliable. Well, more on that in the section below. It grabs the HTTP Referrer (admin will click the link from his control panel on his website), trims to root domain, hyperlinks it and outputs it on a page with maybe 6-7 more "friend" URLs to seem legit. They would never guess that it was dynamically generated. In the other "redirection" file, it does the same thing but then redirects to the root domain of that HTTP Referrer. The technicalities: Limitations? Many will argue that some browsers do not pass referrers and there may be other reasons like the user himself disabling it. Nowadays, both are unlikely as most major browsers pass referrers and only tech savvy users would disable it (if they have a good reason to). If that happens, the script has a backup plan by which it outputs an error message that the browser is unsupported. If the user is curious enough and changes browser, it'll then work It's not 100% fool proof but I think the odds of it working most of the time is very high. And anyway, what do you have to lose? This would either increase your success rates so much or would do nothing (rare cases in my opinion). I have no idea how crazyflx's plugin work and I'm sure it has some powerful fool proof measures, but this is a lightweight script that can be very helpful. I have tested this when clicking the link from my WP admin panel and it worked perfectly. Using FireFox 4. Download: (.zip containing 2 PHP files) Code: http://www.mediafire.com/?5wc8c5jz99wa1ro Pass: Code: bhwyoussef93 Shoot if you have any questions.