1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.

Need to direct link but need a good QS?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by magicfn1, Jun 24, 2009.

  1. magicfn1

    magicfn1 Registered Member

    Jun 19, 2009
    Likes Received:
    Hey guys,

    I don't know if this may work or not (haven't tried it) but coming from a PHP programming background this occurred to me. When you are linking directly to your offer's page, usually google's quality score is shitty shitty shitty. So most people create an LP to get a better QS and send them from there. Here is a PHP code that would fix this.

    I tracked google's IP which they use everytime your site gets a query to see what content is contains. You can go to ip2location.com and put and you'll see that's google's ip. so the code would like this (goes at the very top of the index page of your website):

    if($_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] !== "") {
    header("Location: URL_TO_YOUR_OFFER");
    } else {
    keywords, anything you want google to think that your page has
    <?php } ?>
    I have NEVER tried this method, but the logic should work. Problem is that if google changes their IP suddenly (over 500 queries and it was the same ip for me) then they'll go to the product page.
  2. biffbangpow

    biffbangpow Newbie

    Apr 18, 2009
    Likes Received:
    That's essentially cloaking by IP - showing different content for the SE's/Google than for your real visitors.

    You can also cloak by detecting the User Agent instead of, or as well as IP. If you search on Google :) you'll find all the known IP's and User Agents (spiders/bots) that Google use. With those you could beef up your script to cover all/most possibilities.

    There are also commercial cloaking scripts around too but they tend to be on the expensive side. With your PHP background you could probably code your own script to suit your own needs.

    Get over to the cloaking forum here for more info.
    Here's a "What is Cloaking" thread to get you started: