Header Redirection, Double Meta Refresh

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  1. PlayInStyle

    PlayInStyle Junior Member

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    I'm really a noob when it comes to stuff refered to blackhat, so I am curious about those header redirections and double meta refresh which you use when trying to hide the black traffic from referer. Do these tricks actually work? I mean did you get paid using them?
     
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    starvinmarvin14 Regular Member

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    I use a header redirection and it works just fine.
     
  3. PlayInStyle

    PlayInStyle Junior Member

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    Okay, I thought I might ask something about header redirection on the same thread.

    Let's say I have myweb.com/signup where I have put an iframed CPA offer, and I put the source of it like this:
    HTML:
    <iframe src="myweb.com" >
    And on myweb.com I have a whitehat wordpress blog and in the header.php file I put these lines:
    PHP:
    <?php
    header
    ("Location:LinkToCpa.com/param");
    ?>
    Now if my manager checks my referer, what he's going to see? The whitehat myweb.com?
     
  4. lanbo

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    Home Page:
    BH Traffic -> yoursite/page1 -> yoursite/page2 -> cpa offer
     
  5. PlayInStyle

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    Like double meta refresh, right?