Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dellzip, Mar 1, 2008.
Does it work?
I have ran it all day and Google analytics isnt showing anything.
I'm testing it too. I'll let you know
Simple answer - Yes it does work!
Cool I will give my updated also here.
Anyone have a PDF or some thing explaining IFAKER?
link to ifaker?
Not sure what your asking here???
link to where i can download it
I've been testing I-Faker and Alexa booster but my Stats doesn't show any extra visitors.
Are these really working?
Probably because you're only doing it from one IP... i'll check it out now
No I have a ton of proxies in there but I still may be doing something wrong.
I have not used this but all it will do is send fake traffic to your website. It will send unique IPs (proxy) to boost your alexa rank. There are other programs that will do the same as I-Faker but as soon as you stop using it, the original traffic ranks returns, so this method is useless for any long term gains. A list of high anonymity proxies may work but a large list will run out very quick. Transparent proxies are useless for this also.
I also use many proxies. Alexa Booster said 200 something hits send but Stats didn't show any extra hits?
I think these programs ain't working anymore?
whats the difference between the methods "GET" and "post" - whats the difference in using the two and what are we supposed to use?
I haven't tried this program, but I have looked at 5 sites selling the product. It looks to me like the last update was 2004. Is it possible that Google is on to this program and has devised an algorithm to block it's effects?
I'm curious about how, and if, this program works -i f it does, count me in.
Here is the download link:
The program works but nothing shows up in Google Analytics!!
Dellzip did you ever get this to work?
I downloaded it and tried it for a day with a fresh list of proxies, but I noticed no difference in the page views/rankings. How do you tell if its working?
I would be quite interested in hearing people's results with this as well; this would be a perfect tool to use on domains waiting to be flipped.
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