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I need People to see only 1 page on Blogger

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by cuteserra, Aug 18, 2009.

  1. cuteserra

    cuteserra BANNED BANNED

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    My blog has about 150 pages , and i have 100 visitors coming everyday.
    I want them to only see 1 page, the one that will have my cpa offers . How can i do that ?
     
  2. july23

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    hmmm... can you explain it a bit further?? i don't really get it well. thanks
     
  3. cuteserra

    cuteserra BANNED BANNED

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    I am thinking of making one page filled with cpa offers and i want all people to see only that post .

    Even though they came through another link on google.
     
  4. HugeMoney

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    redirect them brother to your LANDING PAGE
    but you must do it manually, so choose the 10 pages that visitors come for. and redirect them.
     
  5. cuteserra

    cuteserra BANNED BANNED

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    this is what i tried doing .

    <meta equiv="refresh" content="0;url=lnk">

    i added the code to the templete .
    but for some reason it doesnt redirect .
     
  6. DeadEyesOpened

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    Yeah, redirects are hard to implement in wordpress, you need to get into your template to do it, at least you have to with 404 and 301 redirects, plus then you would have the problem of g00gle de-indexing your pages, because they can't be found.

    I don't have an answer for WP, sorry, but I'm sure it's been done before.
     
  7. bosserik

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    What I do is to change my template in such a way that it shows an iframe at the very top of the page extending below the fold, before the actual contents of the WP blog. The iframe shows the page with the cpa offers. When you scroll down, you see the rest of the content, but most will focus on the top.

    You can see an example on this page; http://www.digi*fot*opr*iser.d*k/frem*kaldelse (remove the stars). The blog is installed in the folder `fremkaldelse`, but the iframe shows the page on the homepage of the url (which is not WP).

    Very effective, but I am concerned Google will pick up on this eventually.

    Any other suggestions?