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should doorway pages be cloaked at all time?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by realofficer, Feb 19, 2008.

  1. realofficer

    realofficer Newbie

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    here's my problem
    If i was to generate doorway pages on my site
    the content of those pages is usually crap although it is
    keyword targeted most of the time it would be useless
    to our visitor. and since most people agree that redirecting
    using JS and others will get you baned what would be the benefits
    of creating doorway pages without cloaking them

    how would you use these pages to your advantage?
    do you create them and put adsense on them and hope
    visitors will click away via your adsens?
    do you redirect them via undetectable script to a lending page?

    As harro said it would be best put them on a throw away domain and
    cloak them to your landing pages
    but when i see so many d/way page generators without cloaking
    i just don't get it
    could someone throw a bit of light on this one

    thanks
    Realofficer :)
     
  2. Buddym

    Buddym Registered Member

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    is there someone that can tell it?
     
  3. pussyback

    pussyback Regular Member

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    i would love to know the answer to this to !! please someone?
     
  4. ams007

    ams007 Junior Member

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    Good question ....
     
  5. superman

    superman BANNED BANNED

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    Here's the best definition:



    Doorway websites are web pages that are generated for spamdexing, this is, for getting them index into a search engine by inserting results for particular phrases with the purpose of sending visitors to a different page. They are also known as bridge pages, portal pages, zebra pages (a humorous arbitrary coinage by Jill Whalen of High Rankings Advisor), jump pages, gateway pages, entry pages and by other names. Doorway websites that redirect visitors without their knowledge use some form of cloaking.