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How Can I Add Cloaked Pages to Wordpress Site?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by bizwiz, Feb 1, 2009.

  1. bizwiz

    bizwiz Newbie

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    I have used Phantom Cloaker to create a lot of cloaked pages. I then used an FTP client to upload them to a folder on my Wordpress blog, which is hosted at Godaddy. The thing is I have no idea what to do next. I tried making a sitemap, but none of the cloaked pages showed up.

    Does anyone know how to get those pages to link to my site, so that they show on my sitemap? At the moment they are just .htm files and don't seem to be linked to my domain.

    I know this is a noob question, but I have just spent hours looking for the answer on here, google and wordpress forum and have had no luck. I would be really grateful if someone could help me out.
     
  2. emat

    emat Newbie

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    Have you read a post called 'Blackhat site blueprint - Actually USE everything here.' ?
    It shows a methods to drive traffic to your Phantom cloaker generated sites.
     
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  3. bizwiz

    bizwiz Newbie

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    Thanks Emat. There are some great methods for driving traffic there.

    My problem is that I am stuck at the point where I have uploaded my htm files to a folder in Wordpress by FTP and I don't know how to make them a part of my site.
    I need to work out how to link these files to my index page and make them active.

    I guess this is something most people just know how to do, but I am struggling.
     
  4. terminalusa

    terminalusa Newbie

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    Doesn't Phantom Cloaker generate an index.html file that links to all the other pages? If so just hyperlink to the index.html behind a 1x1 image on your front page (in a text sidebar widget) and remake the site map.
     
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  5. bizwiz

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    Thank you terminalusa. I have just checked and phantom cloaker did not create an index.html file. Should I just link to one of the other pages that it created, using the method you suggested?

    One more stupid question. What code do I need to write in the sidebar text editor to link to a .html page that is currently just a file in my wordpress content folder? I have only ever linked to normal .com links before.

    Thank you for your help and for putting up with such newb questions.
     
  6. DaveNL

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    Code:
    <a href="http://www.yourdomain.com/yourfile.html">Here some link text</a> 
    Somthing like that you mean?
     
  7. bizwiz

    bizwiz Newbie

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    Has anyone else used phantom cloaker with a wordpress site? I really cannot see a way to make the html files that pc creates a part of my site.
    Does anyone have any experience with this?
     
  8. cooooookies

    cooooookies Senior Member

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    What I did:

    I submit content in markoved and human readable form enclosed within tags to my wp blogs. A small script (mu-plugin which I wrote) decides if the visitor is human or bot and extracts the appropriate text fragment. Works very well for me. And there is no nasty redirect necessary - people are aware that a redirect means often that you have to buy/click something :) at least I assume that.