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url rotators

Discussion in 'CPA' started by onlyme, Jan 9, 2010.

  1. onlyme

    onlyme BANNED BANNED

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    Not sure what section to put this in, but im looking for a free url rotator. I used one a long time ago with ewhoring, and worked like a charm, but cant seem to find it now. Basically, I want to spread my traffic around to all kind of networks with one link. Antone know of a good provider?
     
  2. nerdmoney

    nerdmoney Junior Member

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    you can make your own.
    here is a sample php script
    HTML:
    <?php
    $sites[0] = array("www.site1.com", 5);
    $sites[1] = array("www.site2.com", 3);
    $sites[2] = array("www.site3.com", 1);
    
    $countsites = count($sites);
    
    for($i=0; $i<$countsites; $i++)
    	{
    	for($x=0; $x<$sites[$i][1]; $x++)
    		{
    		$mylist[] = array($sites[$i][0]);
    		}
    	}
    
    $countlist = count($mylist);
    
    $countlist = $countlist - 1;
    
    $picker = rand(0, $countlist);
    
    $picked = $mylist[$picker][0];
    
    header("Location: http://" . $picked);
    ?>
    
    you can also change the header with a meta refresh, add a magic key for cloaking, or whatever, there are some other ways too. but this is pretty simple. The number next to the url is the wieght, ie five times for url one, three time for url two, one time for url three, in a mathamagical equation.
     
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