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Hiding Adfly

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by thesyndicate, Sep 22, 2012.

  1. thesyndicate

    thesyndicate Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    First of all i am sorry if this is not the right forum. I wondering if you can cloak adfly? Since Facebook and other places banned Adfly is there a way to put for example my domain instead but lead them to adfly? I guess i could use 301 redirect to adfly each time so that all the request goes to adfly passing my domain name.

    Any other suggestions?
     
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  4. Hinkys

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    Sure make a page on your site and 301 it to the adfly link. Even better, you can log in to Your cpanel or whatever, make a subdomain and redirect it to the link. That only makes sense if you have few links.

    Or the most simple solution is to try using other link shorteners:

    https://bitly.com/
    http://goo.gl/
    http://ow.ly/url/shorten-url
    http://sh8.co/

    There are at least 2 more but they're banned here for some reason. Use G to find more if you need.

    I guess some of them are also blocked in facebook, some won't allow you to shorten an ad.fly link but keep going through them and you're bound to find one that will work.

    Cheers
     
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  5. thesyndicate

    thesyndicate Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Sure Hinkys but if want to do like many all day it can be a boring to create a sub domain for each right?
     
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    That's why I said you only do that if you have few links. Try those url shorteners or make your own. I remeber reading a tutorial here with scripts and all on how to transform your domain in to a url shortener.
     
  7. thesyndicate

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    Yeah? i seen some script somewhere but i am not sure hosting agree on it i have hostgator. I tried these one but Facebook would not allow me...
     
  8. Hinkys

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    Well they won't know and unless you plan to do it publicly you should be fine. I mean why would they mind, it's not like you're overloading their servers. You could even do it on a subdomain.
     
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    Yeah you can use iframes, url shortners, your own script/site.
     
  10. thesyndicate

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    anybody have this link to this script? code? i can try on my server
     
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  12. J100D

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    You can just shorten the Adfly link, I'd recommend using Ow,ly (I can't post links yet)

    I know you can hook up your own domain to Adfly, view hxxp://adf,ly/publisher/tools#tools-domains (Personally, I think this is the easiest.)

    You may also have a 301 redirect to Adf,ly

    Apache configuration code:

    Code:
    [COLOR=green][FONT=monospace]RewriteEngine[/FONT][/COLOR][COLOR=#008000][FONT=monospace][B]On
    [/B][/FONT][/COLOR][COLOR=green][FONT=monospace]RewriteRule[/FONT][/COLOR][COLOR=#555555][FONT=monospace] ^(.*)$ hxxp://adf,ly/$1 [L,R=301][/FONT][/COLOR]


    Nginx Configuration code:

    Code:
    [COLOR=#008000][FONT=monospace][B]server[/B][/FONT][/COLOR][COLOR=#555555][FONT=monospace]{[/FONT][/COLOR]  [COLOR=#008000][B]server_name[/B][/COLOR] [COLOR=#BA2121]{DOMAIN}[/COLOR];
      [COLOR=#008000][B]rewrite[/B][/COLOR] [COLOR=#BA2121]^[/COLOR] [COLOR=#BA2121]hxxp://adf,ly[/COLOR][COLOR=#19177C]$request_uri[/COLOR] [COLOR=#BA2121]permanent[/COLOR];
    }

    Personally, I'd recommend just shorting the URL with ow,ly or buying and hooking up your own domain to Adfly