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How to cheat WOT ratings.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dheer, Sep 28, 2011.

  1. dheer

    dheer Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    mywot[dot]com have a collaboration with facebook and if a website have a bad ratings at wot and a fan page setup with facebook then facebook will give a warning on every outbound link clicked from facebook to that website.

    I have got a project for reputation management for a big brand but I'm stuck at mywot thing. We tried to cheat the system and give the great ratings at the site and we did it very carefully so mywot don't detect anything unusual but still they NOW don't allow us to vote on that page anymore.. But they have a plugin for browser but the problem with plugin is we can't really clean cache of it and it just takes ratings from the same account we sign on.. it won't let us do ratings from different account rather it just logs in automatically to the very first account we use..

    So my question is how to clear cache of a plugin for firefox extension so it won't store the cache and we can easily login to different accounts and do ratings from multiple accounts.

    any help wil lbe appreciated. :saeek:
     
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  2. ronin1975br

    ronin1975br Junior Member

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    Things you could try:

    -Clear everything with CCleaner

    -Use the private browsing in Firefox

    -Use Firefox in a VM, you can create multiples VMs, this will work, but isn't easier as the other options. You can even automate this to reduce the workload.
     
  3. dheer

    dheer Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    -Clear everything with CCleaner

    Already tried this NOT working.

    -Use the private browsing in Firefox

    not sure how it can help with removing cache but I will give it a go.

    -Use Firefox in a VM, you can create multiples VMs, this will work, but isn't easier as the other options. You can even automate this to reduce the workload.

    Could you please explain more? Do you mean by creating virtual machines? but I guess it won't be easier.. it will be pain..
     
  4. dannistone

    dannistone Regular Member

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    You could also try using mturk to get better ratings from different users. I think I saw some gigs on fiverr about WOT ratings as well!