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How to track short redirection?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by k0l3c, Jan 20, 2015.

  1. k0l3c

    k0l3c Newbie

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    Hi, how can I track hidden redirection my competitors? They don't have any backlinks. "domain name" in google show couple results so I think they have some redirections via tco googl etc.
    How can I find those redirections?
     
  2. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    If they aren't using blocking methods you can check ahrefs for 301 redirects. If they are using technology like AI Link GuardianĀ® or Spyder Spanker you might not be able to track the links.
     
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    They can block all but they can't block Google. Sadly, Google only shows a small sample of backlinks. Try Google, you might get lucky and find some of their hidden redirects:
     
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    No results. Probably there are some redirects via adfly and googl but I cant find it.
     
  5. k0l3c

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    Sorry for post below post but I just wanna know how can I track those redirections?

    Ahrefs, Majestic (new/history),LRT,"domain name and tld" in google give only couple links, mostly nofollow.
    I have two websites in this niche with many good links and better content, better optymalization and they are still above me in serps.