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How to open a site in the background of my site ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by WorkHardL0veLife, Sep 10, 2012.

  1. WorkHardL0veLife

    WorkHardL0veLife Regular Member

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    is this possible ?
    i would like to open up my affiliate link in the background of my site ... the main page of my site has an iframed offer but it doesnt seem to track my affiliate link so i would like to open up a site in the background so they get the cookie & when they fill it out the credit goes to me. Anyone know how i can do this?
     
  2. Generic

    Generic Registered Member

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    wp traffic tools allows you to open a popunder. its sold on here somewhere.
     
  3. WorkHardL0veLife

    WorkHardL0veLife Regular Member

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    theres no html script or something ?
     
  4. WorkHardL0veLife

    WorkHardL0veLife Regular Member

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    anyone?
     
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    RedPanda9 Junior Member

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    There is, but I'm pretty sure I read somewhere we're not allowed to talk about cookie stu44ing here.
     
  6. Gintoki

    Gintoki Regular Member

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    LOL, I have looked up the website rules and there really is a part that prohibits it...
    "6. COOKIE STUFFING.
    The discussion and or activities of cookie stuffing are STRICTLY PROHIBITED, including discussion or posting of scripts or tools pertaining to cookie stuffing. Engaging in cookie stuffing activities may subject users to criminal and/or civil prosecution. "
    And I was just about to post a piece of code for it :) Didn't know it was this much of a deal.
     
  7. WorkHardL0veLife

    WorkHardL0veLife Regular Member

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    Whoops .. i think i figured it out anyways. Lol sorry mods you can remove this if need be.
     
  8. ReALeST

    ReALeST Power Member

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    yh bro...cs is a no no in here