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Google Suggested Search Manipulation

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sunseven, Jul 23, 2010.

  1. sunseven

    sunseven Regular Member

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    Does anyone know of a tool or method that can help change the results that you see when typing in a search query in google?

    I'm trying to find a way to manipulate what users see as suggested search terms when users start typing in my company name into google. Need a long term solutions for this badly. Let me know. Thanks
     
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    marketingweb Newbie

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    Let me know as well if you find anything or anyone who can manipulate this
     
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    kizp10 Newbie

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    create your own activex or .dll like object, have the users install it. Otherwise send G a email politely asking for them to make you rich. (jus being funny)
     
  4. sunseven

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    I'm still trying to find the solution to this. I'm assuming if we can create a bot to do automated searches rotating ip's on a monthly basis we can manipulate the suggested search now recently becoming the instant search. Any bot programmers who thinks they can pull this off please PM me asap. Thanks
     
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    I would think that since google shows "popular" results first, that you can use proxies (or a trojan/malware on someone elses computer) to run multiple searches of your longtail keywords to come up first in the rest of the system/database...

    That way if you can't rank for anything too competitive, whatever you DO rank for you will have a higher probability to have the user search for "your" suggested term and thus be #1 for something that was otherwise impossible to rank for...

    Actually, thats genius now that I think about it... Hit thanks :)
     
  6. sunseven

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    Yeah I was already hip on the popular search algorithm and using multiple proxies to run automated searches and manipulate the results. So now I just need the bot that will rotate proxies and run the searches with a set delay. Any bot programmers out there that can make this happen please PM me asap!!!! Thanks
     
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    You can't manipulate the suggestions with few bots. The best approach to take is to optimize or focus attention and efforts on suggestions that are already being offered by Google.
     
  8. AaronG33K

    AaronG33K Newbie

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    Thanks for the bits and pieces - I have a few more to add, everyone's right so far. I have been working on an web app and so far I've run into some problems, and had some success... perhaps a collaborative effort can build a proper solution. Message me for details.

    Looping over a batch of proxy servers, http post's are made to google with your "Suggested Search Injection."

    If you've dug as long and hard for a solution on this as I have than you'll probably know to disguise your headers to emulate a browser. If you don't google redirects the query.

    The first problem you're going to run into is the reliability of the proxy servers. For the most part looking for free proxy's isn't helping, they're slow, unreliable and generally bog down the "injection" process. You'll probably need to pay for some premium proxies. Although it's easy to pull big lists, you want to disguise your activity as much as possible therefor all proxies should be located within your normal traffic geographical area.

    This brings me to the next hypothesis in the server side for this. I'm basically thinking of using TOR on a VPS to disguise and re-route all connections made for each query. This would drastically speed up the query process so you'll wanna make sure you throttle down the query rate so your bot doesn't look like a bot. I've even thought about dividing the queries between 9am and 9pm.

    I have had some success with manipulating little meaningless suggestions, it's definitely easier to work with an already existing suggestion.

    Query volumes propose a bit of a problem, if you're trying to get rid of "scam" and other negative suggestions by moving up less popular suggestions than you'll have to try increasing intervals across the day of searches on each suggestion you want to move up, until you find the magic number that moves it to where you want it.

    Of course you'll need to run your suggestions on a Scheduled Task or a CRON job every day to maintain search volumes.
     
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