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iFrame a subscribe button..

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by freedomwriter454, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. freedomwriter454

    freedomwriter454 Regular Member

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    Heard of this happening before, but would it be possible to hide the link that subscribes to your channel as a fake video! For example, the image below is iframed to have my link..so that when they click the "play" button..instead of the video playing..they actually subscribe to my channel..

    Can it be done?

    [​IMG]
     
  2. freedomwriter454

    freedomwriter454 Regular Member

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    ..I take it that its not allowed by YouTube then? :/
     
  3. Blockis

    Blockis Newbie

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    You could probably get away with it, lol.
     
  4. freedomwriter454

    freedomwriter454 Regular Member

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    sooo..how do I do it? lol
     
  5. $ThisIsTheLife$

    $ThisIsTheLife$ BANNED BANNED

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    lol buddy I met at a internet marketing summit does this with all his channels

    He elaborated that youtube is a gold mine for traffic, which is evident with his clickbank earnings... people love videos now a days!

    Would definitely help... Not a fan of your avatar tho

    Cheers!
     
  6. freedomwriter454

    freedomwriter454 Regular Member

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    And his channels are big? Have they been banned?

    (sorry..I thought it was funny :/)
     
  7. Adam Rock

    Adam Rock Senior Member

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    this has been done before on facebook.

    a user would put a "like" button and the persone would need to click it before they see an image, while that like button liked the page on facebook, it also subscribed on youtube...

    the username of the genius was: http://www.youtube.com/peachofmeat

    look at his subscriber number.


    That being said and all,

    if anyone has a clickhijacking script/method, please PM me or share the script...
     
  8. bbillings

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    Im interested too.... :)
     
  9. InternetUser

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    also very interested
     
  10. sirgold

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    Something like this should probably help getting you started. Cut-n-paste it into an html file and tweak it as needed. Search on the big G for:

    to adjust the parameters to your own needs.


    Code:
    <html> 
    <body>
    <script type="text/javascript">
    function autoClick(control) {
      if (document.all) {
        control.click();
      } else {
        var evnt = document.createEvent('MouseEvents');
        evnt.initMouseEvent('click', true, true, window, 1, 12, 345, 7, 220, false, false, true, false, 0, null );
        control.dispatchEvent(evnt);
      }
    }
    </script>
    
    <div id="myDiv1" onclick="alert('Look Mama It Autoclicked the DIV');">Sup BHW</div>
    
    <script type="text/javascript">
    autoClick(document.getElementById('myDiv1'));
    </script>
    
    </body>
    </html>
    
    Something like this was shared already somewhere on this forum, but you get the point. HTH!
     
  11. freedomwriter454

    freedomwriter454 Regular Member

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    Gah if only I was good with HTML! :(
     
  12. utemplates1

    utemplates1 Registered Member

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    Whats the point of this is they will only get redirected to the page where it confirms to the user that they are in fact subscribing to the channel...?
     
  13. Adam Rock

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    the button is in an iframe with 0.01 opacity, so they will only get redirected inside the iframe.