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I have a question regarding Name.com and it's settings

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by marcdk, Jul 15, 2009.

  1. marcdk

    marcdk BANNED BANNED

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    Hey Bhw..

    I recently bought a new .org domain, and i want to forward it (actually cloak it) to a blogger site. (blogspot.com)
    So, i'm a bit confused here, i don't know exactly how to do it..

    To cut it out in details so nobody is confused.. I've bought a domain to mask the affiliate link. So if for example my website was named: b00.com and someone entered that, they would see my blogspot.com site iframed,... blah, i hope you guys know what i mean....

    Here is a picture.. It should explain my problems..

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  2. domainplayer

    domainplayer Junior Member

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    follow the example. replace fish, denver, platte with keywords and type the description instead of flyfishing onthe platte river
     
  3. keinehabe

    keinehabe Supreme Member

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    masked url forwarding is known also like iframer redirect , use your metatags ( to avoid the penalty from search engines ) ... and you are just fine ! :)) ... when you will go to the domain name which you chose here will open your target url , but the url from the browser will show your own url :) ... it's a good method to have ready-made landing pages / sites / even if you have your own busniess , and you bring all extensions from your domain name , pointing all of them into one single central site ...