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Hacking Microsoft ASIRRA with Google

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by jminkler, May 1, 2012.

  1. jminkler

    jminkler Newbie

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    Little idea I had today ... Use google "similar images" to test cat or dog .. works fairly well .. Have a blog post, but site won't let me post url yet ... its on google's blog network, same username, im sure someone can find it if they google this same title and car post the link for all to see ...
     
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    Ampix0 Power Member

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    no i understand what he is saying and that is fairly smart. Or it would be. except im pretty sure google only guesses what the images are by their tags. and ASIRRA wont have tags.
     
  5. jminkler

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    It works out fairly well, no need for tags, it matches by AI i think .. colors, shapes etc ... try it out, can scrape the results page for cat and dog keywords in the images desc's and dog++ and cat++ till you think you have a cat or dog .. or .. just hit refresh and get new images to solve :)
     
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    If it did work, wouldn't a better idea to have the cat/dog pictures locally so you aren't waiting to load the page.