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How to fake a pagerank?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Rudyzplace, Dec 7, 2009.

  1. Rudyzplace

    Rudyzplace Regular Member

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    I've read somewhere there are tools to indicate a websites "real" page rank,
    therefore there must be a way to fake it, right?

    Suggestions will be welcome.
     
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  3. designsonline

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    care to elaborate?
     
  4. Rudyzplace

    Rudyzplace Regular Member

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    I'm well familiar with php, can you elaborate? direct the current user where?

    Let's say he arrives at index.html, where should he be redirected?
     
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    marko79 Newbie

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    what the poinT?
    Only thing you can gain from it, is little bit longer green bar....
     
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    interesting! I didn't know this could be done.

    How does a redirect fake page rank marko79?
     
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    designsonline Power Member

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    The Point is, it is interesting, and for those who can make money from a longer green bar this is valuable information...
     
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    you redirect a bot. When google spiders your website, it ios being redirected to a page from which you want to gain PR.
    For example, you have a domain "goodapartments4sale.info". Your site is brand new, and you have no PR.
    You do a 301 redirect via .htaccess or a php header
    PHP:
    <?php
    header
    (?HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently?);
    header(?location:http://www.desired-domain-with-high-pagerank.com?);
    exit;
    ?>
    When bot crawls site, it is redirected to a esired-domain-with-high-pagerank.com that has desired PR.
    So, because of 301, google thinks it is your domain.
    After the PR is being populated (average 3 months), you need to cloak it, and show your content.

    Because of 301, Google is not indexing your content, but now, on yourdomain PR is faked.

    Overall - NO USE OF IT:
     
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  9. Rudyzplace

    Rudyzplace Regular Member

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    Understood, so you can't actually fake a PR on an existing site, but only prior to the deployment... :(
     
  10. marko79

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    right term should be : leased PR