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Javascript redirects???

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by AJ3XP, Mar 6, 2010.

  1. AJ3XP

    AJ3XP Newbie

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    I'm considering using javascript redirects on my microniche sites to direct the user straight to the affiliate product. I'm getting pretty low click-through rates on my banners/links on these sites so thinking this might get me more sales. Any thoughts on if Google will spot this and if there is a way to somehow encrypt the javascript which serves the redirect so Google won't spot it straight away?
     
  2. drkenneth

    drkenneth Executive VIP

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    You would need to filters out Google's IP addresses or else they'd bust you. Their algorithms are good enough to deal with any javascript you can throw at it that I'd think of. (And I hear they automate browsers for very suspicious cases--not sure how true it is--but if it is then you're screwed.) You can either use one of the general cloaking programs, or perhaps geotarget to a certain large region, making sure to exclude CA and WA. (They have a few other locations.) In that case you can bump up your CTR and still stay under google's radar. :D