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How to transfer server-side traffic to it's website on a same domain?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by NullPointerDev, Feb 13, 2014.

  1. NullPointerDev

    NullPointerDev Newbie

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    We have an online service include website/android app, since we published our app in GooglePlay we get millions of request to our server-side everyday (Active install of the app is something between 1M ~ 5M).

    In the other hand our website get a low visit everyday while millions of people use our android app which is same to our website and according to these statistics our Alexa rank is very poor and high (It's now over than 1M).

    Now we want to find a way to transfer a some of our server-side traffic to our website to increase our website rank but we don't know that where we can start so is there any way to accomplish this feature?

    BTW I have to mentioned that both server-side and website are in same domain and IP (But server-side has it's own subdomain).

    I have to ask apologize to moderators if I choose a wrong section :)
     
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  2. ChrisX

    ChrisX Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Are you planning to sell the business and want to beef up the stats? Otherwise I don't see why you'd care so much about Alexa.
    Anyways, the rank is determined by the number of visitors to your site with alexa toolbar. Mobile user's don't have that.
     
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  3. NullPointerDev

    NullPointerDev Newbie

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    yup, I'm trying to sell the business.
     
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