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How to spread purchased traffic over multiple sites?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by usdachoice, Apr 28, 2011.

  1. usdachoice

    usdachoice Regular Member

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    I have invested some time in creating 100+ ezine articles and squidoo lenses. The problem I am running into is if the squidoo lenses do not get traffic for while they turn red??? I think, I have had a few lenses turn red lately and I think the reason is they are ranked 500K+ with zero weekly traffic. I would also like to get more views on my ezinearticles so I can get the articles featured for categories.

    If I use donkey mail or trafficzap or any other paid traffic source they ask for 1 url to send traffic to. My question is how can I spread this over 100 - 200 links? I did read a report a while back and it mentioned a php script to cycle through a list of urls. I did not get my hands on that script and I would need a little coaching setting it up. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    redstone.1337 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You can use this php script to rotate the traffic.

    PHP:

    <?php

    $urls 
    = array("http://url1here.com","http://url2here.com/"); // enter new urls in quotes separated by a comma

    // -- DONT EDIT BELOW --

    $randomurl $urls[array_rand($urls)];

    header("Location: " $randomurl);

    ?>

     
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  3. edgematch

    edgematch Elite Member

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    @redstone.1337. So many thanks.
     
  4. usdachoice

    usdachoice Regular Member

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    Thank you so much....now I will search for what to do with the php script. I am assuming I would put it in the root folder of the a server and call it from the index.php. I should have asked to have it explained like I was a 2 year old.
     
  5. redstone.1337

    redstone.1337 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    No problem. :) Just put it anywhere on your server and buy traffic to its URL or you can put in on the root of any site directory and then send traffic to it. Better upload it, put in some links and open the URL to see whether you are going correct or not.
     
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    redstone.1337 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    No problem. :) Just put it anywhere on your server and buy traffic to its URL or you can put in on the root of any site directory and then send traffic to it. Better upload it, put in some links and open the URL to see whether you are going correct or not.
     
  7. milke_sj

    milke_sj Junior Member

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    Hey guys,


    i have over 90 domains on my cpanel and i uploaded the php script to one domain directory but its not redirecting.

    where do i put the script?


    Thanks
     
  8. MillionDollarAdMan

    MillionDollarAdMan Registered Member

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    From what I understand is that you put the script on just one of your domains and then you send the traffic to that domain which will then distribute the traffic across all the domains you've put in the php file..

    search google boys, tonnes of info out there on how to do this task :)