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Rediret Program Needed - Blogger / BlogSpot / AOL

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by cypionate, Jan 16, 2009.

  1. cypionate

    cypionate Power Member

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    For the life of me I can't remember the program I saw floating around somewhere about 6 months ago... Someone was creating redirects off websites such as Blogger, BlogSpot, or AOL pages... Basically there was a program that would create accounts at these places and make the landing page redirect to whatever webpage you wanted it to.

    It was good for posting links on say Social Sites so you didn't post a static domain all the time and cause your domain to get filtered/blocked. Instead you would post the URL of Blogger, BlotSpot, or similar site and when users followed that link they would be redirected off that link to your landing page/website.

    If someone has this program or knows where I can find something similar let me know.... Thanks guys!

    Cyp
     
  2. antx16

    antx16 Power Member

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    forget it blogger bans you in 5 minutes for using re-direct , i have been there worn the hat and been shot down , blogger is goog and it scans everything, this was on the forum somewhere so credit to that guy who done this , but you get zapped quick.

    Bypass Digg and Go Straight to Landing Page
    This will explain how to use blogger as a redirect service with any number of affiliates. Have you ever wondered how to post an affiliate link like this hxxp://USERID.PUBLISHER.hop.clickbank.net/ in digg and go straight to the landing page, or have you ever had a publisher site go down after you launched a massive campaign?

    Well this will show you how to bypass Digg and change your affiliate links in all of your bookmarking sites anytime you want. There are plenty of url redirection services like *********** but digg doesn't except these links, and also you cant access tinyurl to change a link latter if a publishers site goes down.

    You could use free hosting site and use php to do a url redirect, but if you don't know anything about scripting, then this will show you the easy way.

    First of all the two links below will show you this trick in action.

    This link will redirect to some fat burner page.
    Code:
    http://bam-redirect.blogspot.com/2008/12/burn-fat.html]
    
    You noticed the image saying " Loading " we will talk about that latter on.

    The second link is from the same blog just in a different post. This is a good thing so that you wouldn't have to create a blog for each redirect.

    2nd link is to a registry repair site.
    Code:
    http://bam-redirect.blogspot.com/200...ry-repair.html

    Now understand that this redirect is the easiest way to get around bookmarking sites and go to an affiliates landing page. Also you won't have a problem if a publishers site goes down later on, cause all you have to do is edit your post and direct your traffic to another site in the same niche.

    Steps to perform this redirect.

    1. Create a simple blog and enter layout and then fonts and colors. Keep the background and all other colors completely white, then save your settings.

    2. Click layout again and choose edit html, now right above the first <head>
    enter this code below. This will remove the blue navbar from the top of the page.

    Code:

    <style type='text/css'>
    #navbar-iframe {
    height: 0px;
    }
    </style>
    <div style="text-align: center;"><img alt="Loading please wait..." src="http://i39.tinypic.com/2s9dv84.gif" border="0" />
    </div>

    Now save template and click settings.

    3. In the settings you will see formatting, click on that. At the top you will see show post and the number 7 by it. Change the 7 to a 1 , then scroll down and save settings.

    4. Click on posting and name the post whatever you want, just name it something that can identify the link to you. Now in your post put this code below.

    Code:

    <META http-equiv="refresh" content="0;URL=Your Link Goes Here">

    Replace the " Your Link Goes Here " with the url you want the page to go to.
    Now click publish post, your post wont go right through so click the little box at the top and hit publish post again.

    Do step 4 over and over again til you have all the url's you want redirected.
    To access your links click on posting and then edit post and it will show you all your redirected links.

    I added one more thing to my redirection and its the image of the " Loading "
    you can do this to let visitors know the page is taking a second to load so they don't leave. It's easy to do, just go back to layout edit html. and right above the first <head> add in your image.

    That's it guys have fun bypassing Digg!
     
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  3. cypionate

    cypionate Power Member

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    Damn antx16... Most informative post. I really appreciate the time you took to post that - Very Nice!

    Thanks bro!

    Cyp
     
  4. springer98

    springer98 Regular Member

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    It didn't take long for blogger to wipe that blog. It's "under review."

    Try this

    Code:
    go to edit template and add this code after <head>
    
    at the top
    
    
    
    <script language="javascript">
    
    document.location='PUT YOUR LINK HERE';
    
    </script> 
    
     
  5. siaul

    siaul Newbie

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    thanks bro.. this work..:D
     
  6. springer98

    springer98 Regular Member

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    put something in at least one post, to make it look legit to their spyder. It'll make it live longer... at least until someone from gaggle reads this.
     
  7. joker790

    joker790 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have a script to forward blogger blogs. My programmer wrote it for me. It only forwards if the user comes from a certain location. So for instance, if you're posting on Yahoo Answers, it will only forward yahoo answer traffic to the CPA offer. All other traffic sources see the blog. They last forever, passing all google/blogger checks.
     
  8. 94FBR

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    any chance of sharing? :cool: