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[SET UP] A Redirection Domain to Change Referrer

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by raygun3001, Jun 3, 2011.

  1. raygun3001

    raygun3001 Regular Member

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    Looking for a respected member of BHW to set up a redirection domain that will change or blank referrer of the traffic.

    I need to 100% hide referrer and redirect LARGE amounts of traffic (up to 30k/hour) to one or more easily changeable URLs.

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    Please let me know what you can do and a price.

    [I currently use CPA Redirector 2 on a WordPress Blog hosted by HostaGater]
     
  2. nesterdwarf

    nesterdwarf Regular Member

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    Are you having problems with CPAR2? I've setup several of exactly what you are looking for and have never had a problem with it leaking the referer.

    If you still need help, I can have this setup in no time. If $20 fits into your budget, hit me up and we can work something out.

    ND
     
  3. raygun3001

    raygun3001 Regular Member

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    Thanks mate,

    CPAR2 is excellent. My problem is more with bandwidth. If I redirect more than about 6000 people/hour my shared server gets suspended. I want to redirect around 30k/hour.

    So I guess I'm looking for a dedicated server but have NO idea what bandwidth I'd need or if there is a better way.

    Thanks!


     
  4. nesterdwarf

    nesterdwarf Regular Member

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    What if you spread your redirection over 10 shared accounts...all you'd need is a URL rotator then and it'd be cheaper than a dedicated server ;)

    ND
     
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  5. jsurya

    jsurya Regular Member

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    Have you tried CPAR4? It works great as well..
     
  6. mmguru770

    mmguru770 Regular Member

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    yes it does.@OP hit me up i can help you with that ;)