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This is something I heard about a long time ago..

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kylep, Aug 20, 2011.

  1. kylep

    kylep Newbie

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    I remember hearing about someone who had done some sort of "splitting" of a view, and redirected a little bit of the bandwidth from any visitor to "clicks" on ads..
    Essentially, a user view a page, and while the page is being loaded, it also loads up a pay per click link, but its never displayed on the users computer, which seems like a win as far as the user is concerned, I don't know that this is or is not against the rules but I am wondering if anyone else has ever heard of this before, and if its OK to discuss, does anyone have idea's as to how to execute such a thing?
     
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    1x1 dimension iframe?
     
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    kylep Newbie

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    potentially, if you can stop any popups, etc.. but how do you emulate a actual click from a user? it wouldn't be a redirect because i think thats logged..
     
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    i think that's clickjacking

    http://www.google.ca/search?q=site%3Ablackhat
     
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    Well this could be pretty useful.. So has anyone actually done this with pay per clicks on here? Is this against the rules? Seems like it wouldn't be because of -get-basic-forced-like-clickjacking-script
    I wonder if this could be converted to do pay-per-click and.. "un-detectable" I know that's not totally possible, but ahead of the caught curve.. it could make a LOT of money..