So I had an idea. I just got a really good domain, so good that it's making go back into CPA. My domain gets a lot of traffic. What I'm going to do is setup bhcb and leave it to never go away. Why? Because I'm going to say my website is under construction atm. Now, I wouldn't need to use bhcb for this, I could just use a simple and regular page saying it is under construction. But here's the catch. I want to know if I add bhcb to a page, will google read only the content on the actual page, or will google spider read whats on my bhcb lock popup also? What I want to do is this: I want to create a page which will be highly optimized for three keywords. But the text I write won't be very human friendly so to say. So I want to slap bhcb over the page, and set it to stay on the page for a long time, so that the person won't see the page. And on the bhch I will say bla bla bla, we're under construction and we're so sorry for the inconvenience that we're giving away a free <insert cpa offer here> to make up for the trouble. Something like this. This way my page will be totally optimized (and the person won't be able to read the non-human friendly page) and I'll be able to pitch my offer. That's why I want to know if the spider will read the popup also or only the page. I guess it doesn't matter if it reads both, as long as it reads the page. This seems like it could work well and if it does in my niche it will be HIGHLY profitable If this does work, I hope it gives you some ideas on how to twist this.