Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by trooper, Apr 14, 2010.
Can someone translate? LMAO, this guy is very very hard to understand, it might be because i'm from Denmark, and english isn't my fluent language, anyway i got an A+ in english on a C niveau, so i should be able to understand.. LOL
I have to sit and concentrate like mad to understand this guy..
Good share though
No it's not just you, he's kinda hard to follow.
I think he's rambling about obfuscated URL's posing as reputable domain names (e.g. a meatspin link munged into looking like its a digg link).
Basically, you create a youtube video, and put a link in the "info" area. Youtube converts that link into a redirect. You now have a link that goes to http://youtube.com/blah blah redirect?=yourdomain.com&somehashkey
You copy/paste the youtube redirect link and spam that link across digg/reddit other sites, and people think they are going to a youtube video, because the link starts with youtube.
The article is pretty badly written, and this flaw isn't that big of a deal anyways. The flaw is that you can use the youtube.com/...., reddit.com/...., digg.com/...., web address but still direct someone to a different page. Problem is you still need a way to get people to see and click your link.
That's already fixed.
You can redirect any site, at any time. This is nothing new. Don't concern yourself with it. It happens all the time, all over the web, not just with these resources.
Separate names with a comma.