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My way of increasing page views. It's incredibly easy!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kingofbigmac, May 27, 2011.

  1. kingofbigmac

    kingofbigmac Regular Member

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    Alrighty I will share with you guys how I inflate my traffic. Some of you may already know about it but if not this might work for whatever you may be doing. I bought traffic from someone here. The 10k for $4.50 package someone offers here. Now I bought 100k worth and it drips 300 hits a day or so. Now what I do is I set up 2 subdomains.

    Sub1.mysite.com
    sub2.mysite.com

    I have traffic going to mysite.com Now on my footer I have an iframe set up.
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    <iframe src="sub1.mysite.com" height="0" width="0" frameborder="0"></iframe>
    What this does is loads a certain webpage that I put into it. It counts as a full fledge web page visit. Now I made the height, width, and frame border all 0 which means its invisible on the page. On the sub1.mysite.com page I put in my advertisers code. A CPM network I am apart of. Now I have every visit on my site count as 2. I got greedy and its still working for me and I made the sub1.mysite.com point to sub2.mysite.com also doing the same thing. Then with sub2.mysite.com then go back to mysite.com. So each visitor counts as 4 hits. I do have natural traffic and with this method I get about 25,000-30,000 hits.

    I don't know if this method has been shared before but its a nice trick to increasing your impressions to say lower your ctr. One thing you could do if you want to increase your visits but not necessarily all the time but still increase it a little bit is do the iframe part with the code loading sub1.mysite.com and on that site in the index.html or index.php part put
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    <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="30; ,URL=mysite.com">
    this will make your subdomain that you have loaded discretly on the bottom of your page load your site in 30 seconds. That content=30 part is how many seconds before it loads your site. You can obviously change that to whatever you want. I personally have it set to 10 seconds. When I didn't have those things set in place my site was actually constantly being reloaded. It repeatedly reloaded my site and it was so slow just to scroll the site and my site is number 6 for a good keyword.

    Thanks for reading, I hope it helps for whatever it is that you are doing. Feel free to tell me if there could be something better that I am doing or if this helps you with your projects. I would love to hear it!
     
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  2. techndeals.net

    techndeals.net Junior Member

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    Do they use proxies?
     
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    Like it, good share

    Why would it be necessary to use proxies in this case and how would you actually do this? through a proxy framed website?
     
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    Could you get it to point to site2.com, then site2.com point to site3.com and so on then back to site1.com ?
     
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    No proxies involved it basically loads your own ip address 3 times
     
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    kingofbigmac Regular Member

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    Yes you can. You can have your iframe load all the subdomains or sites that you want. Here's a easy money earner but be careful. Load your associated content article in it as well you can have multiple instances of iframes. Just note that it slows your site down when you do it.
     
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    For me it's not working! I don't know where I was wrong!
     
  8. kingofbigmac

    kingofbigmac Regular Member

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    What exactly are you trying to do? You shouldn't notice any changes with your site and it will run exactly like it normally does. If you are trying to inflate say your impressions then sometimes those can take a little bit even a day or so. With my CPM I have to wait a day for things to update.
     
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    Very interesting, thanks for sharing.
     
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    Great way to cheat the system but I reckon it is going to be very painful for your genuine visitors who now have to wait 4x the time to load the page.
     
  11. kingofbigmac

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    Yea I feel kinda bad doing it. I mean the site is actually pretty great and I do have a good position for a keyword with 64,100,000 results. It is my baby and I do feel bad for using it for this kind of thing but damnit my method has been treating me nicely. I did make it somewhat better my doing the meta refresh trick every 10 seconds so its not as bad when it constantly loads one after another repeatedly.
     
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    I was going to say that too. Its going to be difficult for genuine visitors to load the page asides that, its a good method.
     
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    Yea its difficult for some people to load. It really doesn't take too long to load. But hell you could by traffic to a junk site that you don't care about. I just did it because I could take advantage of my own traffic.
     
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    This is very helpful...until now i was using PTC sites for traffic and using <meta HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" content="0; url=http://mysite.com/3saswps"> to redirect the visitors to the site of my choice..but some PTC sites dont allow this and would suspend my link..so this will work perfect for what i am doing..THANKS
     
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  15. Khaotik

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    Interesting method.

    But at the same time, it's increasing the size of each webpage. Which sucks for people trying to get to it. There's been records of Google looking at the size of sites too when determining rank factors. But of course, this is a theory.

    Definitely would not recommend this to people using mobile websites, but other than that it's a great share.

    Khaotik
     
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    very good trick :) . Which traffic service you're using ?
     
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    I'm confused.. Are u using this method to EARN money?
    Do you get paid for visitors/pageviews?
    If yes, which company I can signup on that?
     
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    There are some CPM sites out there. Currently I am using underdogmedia just for CPM. They contacted me out of the blue and got me set up with them. I thought it was kind of cool. I have gotten paid from them doing this method. It's a slow process though. Took me a year to get the minimum $50 but I have only been using this method for several months. I really don't know of any CPM sites.

    Adsense is CPM sometimes. It lowers your ctr if you are wanting to do that type of thing.

    Edit: Realized you probably don't know what CPM is. It's cost per million. Im confused by that when really its per thousand. Maybe someone can clear that up for me.
     
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    CPM actually stands for cost per mille (thousand in latin) and it's associated with the cost per thousand impressions.
     
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