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[Question] How to customize the referrer?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ant_des, Sep 27, 2012.

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  1. ant_des

    ant_des Registered Member

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    Hi all,
    I'd like to customize the referer.
    I have searche in the forum but customization is possibile only with a page where I can insert code.
    Example:
    traffic -> Site A -> Site B
    Now customizing the site A code I can create an automatic redirect to site B with referer as site A.

    I want to programmatically customize the referer, therefore in site B I should see every referer I can set in site A.
    Is this possibile?
     
  2. TSALive

    TSALive Newbie

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    Well I have been spammed by this mob recently. It seems they sell the tool they used to spam with: put-your-site-herecom.

    TSA.
     
  3. mrblackjack

    mrblackjack Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Are u trying to customize the referrer as of using whatever domain you like even if u don't own it? i.e. something like: 'google.com/?q=keyword'
    if so, I'm afraid it's not possible. However, if u like to use a website that you own as a referrer, there are many tricks to do that that supports all browser.
    1. CPA redirector wp-plugin
    2. you can drive traffic to site A - where in site A you'll have an auto-submit JS script that gets the parameters you set in the URL of site A, and submits them to Site B - thus, the referrer to site B will be site A where the traffic originate to site A.

    you need to have a <form> tag with an action src to site B and a JS script that auto-submits the form. something like:
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    document.getElementById('yourform').submit();