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rude questions

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by outformoney, Sep 30, 2009.

  1. outformoney

    outformoney Regular Member

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    do I need to blank the referrer if I put a direct link from where I am promoting?
    I am spamming so I need to know. Normally what I do is I put a banner ad on my blog and I promote my blog link and then those people click on the banner but with rude I think it would be best to direct the traffic straight to them. If I create say a blogger site and use say the html redirect script will it say they came from the blogger url or from where I was spamming? If I need to blank the referrer how do I do that? I have searched this forum and I dont really understand how to do that. Thanks for the help.
     
  2. carrepairs12

    carrepairs12 BANNED BANNED

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    my god how many rude threads do we need, if you use the search button you could find your answers http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/search.php?searchid=6169482
     
  3. outformoney

    outformoney Regular Member

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    YES! blank the referrer as long as it isn't coming from YT
     
  5. outformoney

    outformoney Regular Member

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    why blank the referrer as long as its not coming from yt?

    edit: I have read the threads on blanking the referrer. can someone help me with this cause I don't understand it. is there a html code or something I can put on my site that will blank it or something. and do I set up a redirect. say create blogger site, do simple redirect to rude affiliate, and is there a html code I can add to blank the referrer in blogger and use the meta redirect. or is there a way to just in blogger create a blank the referrer and it have its own redirect.
     
    Last edited: Sep 30, 2009