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Google Analytics Affecting Crawler Coverage?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by thefish2010, Jul 20, 2009.

  1. thefish2010

    thefish2010 BANNED BANNED

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    I'm wondering if I should buy a ton of cheap traffic to bump up my analtyics results, the thinking being that perhaps Google will crawl more of one of my sites. I created a wikipedia-about-individuals type thing. I have a little over 30 million search-optimized pages (optimized for people's names/locaitons) - but at last count google had 446,000 URLs from our site in their index - and that has taken like 8 months.

    The plan was to make millions by cashing in on people googling themselves/neighbors, but isn't working so far :(.

    Does anybody know if bumping up analytics results will help with the crawler?
     
  2. maxyenom

    maxyenom Registered Member

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    A related question. Is there any way to hack the google analytics code to feed it false hit data as if from high PR sites... say from a data base?