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Here's how to create an iframe of another website on your website

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by lbdag, Jan 5, 2013.

  1. lbdag

    lbdag Registered Member

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    Here's a blackhat trick i tend to use when coping another website without google crawlers finding out. I hate rss feeds because google webmaster tools always dings me for duplicate content. Spider cannot crawl an iframe. But the bad part is you have to stay under the radar, because most non commercial websites terms of service states you are not allowed to put there content on your website. So if you can manage to get a lot of traffic without putting up any red flags, then go for it.

    Here's how -
    What you can do is to first obtain the URL of that webpage and put it in an iFrame as follows:


    <iframe src ="URL of the website you want to embed" width="100%" height="300">
    <p>Your browser does not support iframes.</p>
    </iframe>

    It is best to leave width as 100% as then your iFrame will adjust to the available space (width) at the place you want to put your iFrame. You can also specify in exact pixels, example 360px instead but you will then have to ensure the the width you specified suits the width available. The height too you can edit to what you want.


    :
    <p>Your browser does not support iframes.</p>
    you can leave out if you want, leaving


    <iframe src ="URL of the website you want to embed" width="100%" height="300"> </iframe>


    and it will still work, but it is best to have it there because if a visitor to your webpage uses a browser that does not support iFrame, then they will see the message


    Your browser does not support iframes.


    rather than being mystified by a blank space.


    Some important notes: The content of an iFrame will not be spidered by search engines which may be a negative point if that is what you want, but to me it is a plus point because it will prevent duplicate content which is not liked by search engines and which may draw a penalty. To be extra careful, put a rel canonical on your link. The only way you will get in trouble is if the website finds out and tells google or try to sue you
     
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  2. thejake

    thejake Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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  3. lbdag

    lbdag Registered Member

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    you can use this on any blog,wordpress, etc. just go to html, copy and past code
     
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    There's a vBulletin plugin that does this too... good for things like co-registration or perhaps Alexa
     
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    terrycody Senior Member

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    so whats the big deal? i think if u like BHW, JUST go to view it, this is no sense to view it on any other websites, at least i think.
     
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    I have a site a site that gets around 1000 visits a day but its not monetizable so instead I create an iframe in the bottom corner of the website and make it really small so that my visitors cant see it. I sell legit views to a site with fiverr. Thats just an idea how you can use iFrames.
     
  7. Schvamp

    Schvamp Power Member

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    Then what about iframe an iframe? @domain.xx/index.html iframe src="/subfolder/iframe.html" @domain.xx/subfolder/iframe.html iframe src="url with content" then just block the subfolder to get crawld in your robots.txt. (Why the hell can't a make new raws??)
     
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  8. amin-jkr

    amin-jkr Junior Member

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    you're putting iframe on your entire site? what about seo? does google crawl and index your content?
     
  9. tewur

    tewur Newbie

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    already know but Thank you.
     
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    What site is NOT MONETIZEABLE?