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Short URLS, Iframes, And Hosting Bans?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by timothywcrane, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. timothywcrane

    timothywcrane Power Member

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    Internet Promotion Management
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    I am getting ready to send out the promotion for a service that I am reselling. I have no need for real SEO, as I already know I will have accounts shut down on this,. I am going with a simple site, some free hosting, and PP money collection for the money site.

    I have created a managing pen name account, and signed up for the hosting with that account. I have also added the pen name acct email to the PP roster so that it shows up on order pages.

    I have then created a few hundred (around 5) "affiliate" pen name accounts.

    My affiliates suck at staying white hat. So much so that I thought it was a good idea to give them the manager account over them so that people have some one to call, to ban them when they spam instead of going after my hosting (even if it is free).

    Because they get me in so much trouble, I have decided that my affiliates must have their own hosting. They will get a simple i-frame of the manager hosted site.

    My question is:

    Would it be wise to create the iframe "hangers" for the affiliate accounts with the freely hosted money site as a shorturl in the code?

    Also would then giving them several short urls of their single hanger iframe url so that they can use them for blog comments also a good idea?

    I ask because I have heard that using some shorturl services actually increases your chances of bans and content loss due to loss of the shorturls themselves.

    I do want to put some buffering between myself at all stages of the game, but I do not want my weakest link to be the very thing that I though would protect me.

    I mainly wish to try to extend the life of my hosting. There is no CPA company or anyone else to hide my traffic from.

    Should I just skip the shorturls and be ready to change hosting often? Or will the use of redirects in this way offer me any comfort at all?

    100% blog commenting and forum profile/Direct IM spam campaigns.

    Sorry if it seems jumbled.
     
  2. megusta

    megusta Newbie

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    Bro just get bulletproof hosting.

    Check shinjiru
     
  3. pxzilla

    pxzilla Newbie

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    get some better hosting..
     
  4. dividebyzero

    dividebyzero Junior Member

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    It's much easier to get good hosting IMO It's a lot cheaper these days