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How to generate Iframe traffic ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Nut-Nights, Dec 1, 2014.

  1. Nut-Nights

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    I search on Google but didnt find any answers. Is there any script or Html code ? Please share it
     
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    <iframe src="URL" width=0 height=0>
     
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    Its didnt work for me, I need code to put in comments and articles.
     
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    sorry i missed the closing </iframe>
    check with

    <iframe src="url" widht=0 height=0></iframe>
     
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    you can't put iframe in comments. it only works if you have no restrictions,but usually comments only allow strong,ahref etc.
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    You mean if they allow all html code only than it will work ?
     
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    yep .
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    And MUCH less than 1% will actually allow HTML to be posted. Some may allow basic HTML, but definitely not iframes.