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[Tutorial] How to set up a content locker on a Blogger Blog

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by fatjack'sblackhat, Nov 14, 2011.

  1. fatjack'sblackhat

    fatjack'sblackhat Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If you know about Blogger blogs and Scrapebox, you know you can blast thousands of links at it without getting penalized for it by google. This can be very useful for certain types of sites. I am writing this tutorial because it was a huge learning curve for me and I had to get someone to show me how to do this lol so now I am giving back.

    Step 1.) Install content locker Pro on your main domain. This doesnt have to be the domain you are going to put your content locker on, its just the place that you view your admin panel for content locker pro.

    Step 2.) Go to Blogspot. Register a free blog with them

    Step 3.) Put Content on your blog. This can be anything. In my case, it was nothing I was only testing it.

    Step 4.) Create you content locker. Click get embedded code

    CRUCIAL STEP!! REPEAT CRUCIAL. 5.)Go to the design tab. At the top of that page go: back to Blogger and now you can edit the html. This is how you can now edit the header correctly.

    Step 6.) Before the </head> in Edit HTML tab, copy+paste the embedded code just about that line. Then copy+paste the jquery code just above that code. So now you have two snippets of code just before the </head>

    Step 7.) Save and view your blog. The content locker should now be in place.

    If anyone needs help please contact me and I will do the best I can to help. Cheers!
     
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  2. 75INZ

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    I might do a little experiment using this trick with a bit of a twist.

    Thanks.
     
  3. IM.noob

    IM.noob Junior Member

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    But i think blogger will delete the blog, if we add content locker to it.

    I had two times experience of getting my blogs disabled,two days after of adding content locker.

    Is it working fine for u ?
     
  4. 3Infidels

    3Infidels BANNED BANNED

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    Is anyone else using CLP2 on Blogger sites? I think this is crucial so alot of people don't start this method just to get the sites deleted.
     
  5. fatjack'sblackhat

    fatjack'sblackhat Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I just put it up but and it hasnt been removed yet but I guess we will see in a couple of days huh?
     
  6. Paper-Boy

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    A word of caution: Using free sites like blogger to host your content can easily be deleted/removed without giving you any warnings.

    So be careful :p
     
  7. fatjack'sblackhat

    fatjack'sblackhat Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    So why not just create another blog and do it again? I mean it probably takes a lil time before they get around to removing it
     
  8. en.outgoing

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    any updates?

    did it get deleted or still active?
     
  9. jr_sci

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    I got my blogger blog receiving 100 daily visitors deleted after using content locker from adworkmedia. However when I was using content locker from stuckads it was working fine.
     
  10. fatjack'sblackhat

    fatjack'sblackhat Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Mine is still active
     
  11. twisted_one

    twisted_one Regular Member

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    I just added codes from infinityads on my blogger. It is not a content locker butmore of CPM & CPC. I hope G don't delete my blog Lol

    By the way, I am not clear with the first point:

    Blogger blogs are not hosted by us. So, what do you mean by install Content Locker Pro on your domain? Let's say I bought a domain from godaddy. Where do I install it?
     
  12. raj564

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    wonder why adding this causes a human review or an automated ban on these blogger.
     
  13. fatjack'sblackhat

    fatjack'sblackhat Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    This is true blogger blogs are not hosted by us. If you don't have the money to buy your own domain and want to do the content locker method totally free, sign up to CPA lead (a cpa network.. google it) and use the lockers they provide to you to promote your offers.. But if you want to use other networks that pay more, you need to get something like content locker pro.

    The way I set this up was to follow its readme and install it on my own domain. In order to do that you'll need to set up a database and a user on that domain, allowing all permissions, and then use filezilla to upload all of the content locker's files to your domain. Again, this whole process is all explained very well in the readme the content locker provides to you. If you get content locker pro and have any questions about it, feel free to contact me via pm. Cheers =)
     
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    Where is the code?^^
     
  15. shynepapin

    shynepapin Junior Member

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    I get this error when I click save, have tried it and I need this working, kindly help anyone.
     
  16. shynepapin

    shynepapin Junior Member

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    Sorry can anyone point out which code is the jquery and the embed code. I get all this from Adworkmedia.

    <script type="text/javascript">awm = false;</script>
    <script src="http://www.adworkmedia.com/gLoader.php?GID=1255&pubID=2458&sid=" type="text/javascript"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript">if (!awm) { window.location = 'http://adworkmedia.com/help/removeAB.php'; }</script>
    <noscript>Please enable JavaScript to access this page. <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=http://www.adworkmedia.com/help/enableJS.php" /></noscript>


    So noobish and really angry at myelf.
     
  17. Zuckerberg

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    Don't add a content locker to your blog.. it auto bans you and you have to have a manual review by big G. Moving my blog to wp