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My own system for fake traffic for GA

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by helloitsmenot, Apr 17, 2016.

  1. helloitsmenot

    helloitsmenot Newbie

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    Hello,

    I came up with an idea how to provide quite large amount of fake traffic to my own website but I am currently facing several problems. I created a simple autohotkey that is cooperating with database in .excel. In the first column I put around 460 links to articles from my website and in the second column there is a =rand() which randomized the order of all the articles. The 10th article is copied and pasted in TOR browser which uses only proxies from my country. The system is very simple and I want to make it more complex and more effective.

    My target was to create the system which would provide fake traffic in concrete proportions like: 60% from Chrome browser, 30% Firefox, 10% Opera with referrals 48% Facebook / 28% Organic / 10% Referral. 25% of traffic would be supposed to click a cross-link and 20% to scroll the page down.

    My biggest questions are:
    1. Can you somehow make TOR work on Chrome effectively?
    2. Do you know the solution how to get referrals, would be best if it could work by extending the link. I found out that you can partly get desired effect with this:
    ?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Media
    ?utm_source=(direct)&utm_medium=(none)
    ?utm_source=google&utm_medium=Free

    Unfortunately this solution has some problems. In the real time view you see doubled sources. At least when you look at the history google and direct displays correctly, like you can't easily discover it was fake.

    Besides the subject I also have another questions:
    3. Do you know how Gemius is counting unique views? In Google Analytics it counts with cookies, so each time you get rid of cookies, you have a new unique.

    BTW, there is another easy way to get a free traffic, either manually or automatically. In Chrome you can go to developer tools Ctrl + Shift + I, then look for Resources > Cookies and you can delete cookies manually very quickly and refresh the page. You can make it work automatically thanks to AutoHotKey.

    4. My last question is how much traffic can you get from TrafficSpirit?

    Thanks in advance for your help.and all your answers!
     
  2. sparkzhao

    sparkzhao Newbie

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    How interesting idea!
    I am concerning the usability.
     
  3. neu009

    neu009 Senior Member

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    Then all will look at Geo, browser version etc. etc. What you posted is as old as analytics software. If I were to look at an account before buying etc. I would look at many more details than just pagewview, unique pageviews, sessions etc. Geo, metro, ISP etc... can only trick some ppl that do now know this stuff

     
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