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Take over blogger code - I WANT IT!

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by GoogleMarketing101, Jan 6, 2009.

  1. GoogleMarketing101

    GoogleMarketing101 Regular Member

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  2. ccpro

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    here you go ...

    Code:
    http://blogjacker-advanced.blogspot.com/
     
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    yedke Newbie

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    Amazing thank
     
  4. ccpro

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    You're welcome but just use the "THANKS" button please!
     
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    I can tell you exactly what he did as I found that method out by myself.

    His "proprietary template code" is nothing more than a redirection script into an html/javascript module.

    The same effect can be achieved by creating a redirect (301, 302, or w/e) and using your aff link. Next, Copy and Paste the entire Redirect script into a "html/java" module (the things that appear in the side columns like the one you use to put an aff. banner in). What happens is when the module is loaded, it redirects to your aff. link.

    I will warn you beforehand though, when I tried this method a few months ago, I got both of my blogs flagged as spam AFTER 24 HOURS OF UPTIME. You can email blogger to dispute your case. They get flagged really quickly.

    Overall, I found it not worth it. Just put a double meta on a free host site if your looking to achieve this effect.

    There's his "code" at a price you can afford ($0 lol). Hit the thanks button if u want...
     
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    Great thanks for the advice, i won't waste my time if yours keeps getting flagged.
     
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    Hey, can you avoid being flagged if you remove the navbar with an iframe? How can they flag you without seeing your page? They using No-Script?
     
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    Could anyone toss an example of this up here? (being noobish and all)

    If you did do this method on a freeby host site, would they have an issue with it?
     
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    @ senecapharm: I did remove the navbar. I think what happened was the "take over blogger" code is a different type of redirect than the one I used. Maybe a java redirect or something. I was just using a basic redirect and got flagged pretty fast, mostly by Blogger's filters.

    @ Biks: Search the forum! The double meta refresh has been touched upon by many people. It hides the referrer from your cpa. Basic concept is you load two php scripts to your website: 1.php and 2.php. "1.php" redirects to "2.php" and then "2.php" redirects to your affiliate site. "1.php" is renamed to "index.php" so it loads from the URL.Most freebies say not to do redirects, but I still use them and have yet to be banned.
     
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    how gets if free or any trial version..:)
     
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    It is much easier guys. use redirection code in template.
     
  12. gosu22

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    "Take over" as in jacks someone's blogger?