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Use an iFRAME to rotate/refresh tracking202 links?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by DaChamp, Jun 23, 2010.

  1. DaChamp

    DaChamp Newbie

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    Anyone know if there is a way to refresh tracking202 links within an iframe after 10 seconds? I'm currently running junk traffic to a bunch of my links and I hired a coder to have the URLs displayed and then refreshed every 5 or 6 seconds (so it would count as an extra hit), but it never worked out as it tries to break the frame or something like this.

    Anyone have any kind of success w/ something like this?
     
  2. joe_m

    joe_m BANNED BANNED

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    I had a similar concept. Looking forward to hear about this too.
     
  3. amberlamps

    amberlamps BANNED BANNED

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    i dont think you can stop a iframe from breaking out.
     
  4. DaChamp

    DaChamp Newbie

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    I had my coder try this and it never got worked out.. We got somewhat close, but once the page broke out of the iframe, you lose control. I'd pay to get this done though :-D
     
  5. locknload007

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    I think I can do this if it is still needed
     
  6. mward

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    it is possible with javascript, use a setTimeout()
     
  7. KingFrank

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    I am in the process of building a content engine that will periodically rotate the content on all of my sites with content that I optimized and placed in the engine. It is also going to rotate all of my anchor text links on the sites and point to different internal content pages. I am just wondering if anyone here has done anything similar and if this is done correctly, would search engines find that my sites are being updated on a weekly or monthly basis and will they rank the sites higher because of this? From what I understand, if google or any search engine notices a site gets updated on a consistent basis, they will rank the site higher. I'm planning on placing hundreds of articles and content pages in the content engine and refreshing the page bi weekly or so, and crossing my fingers that we see a large increase in traffic. What do you guys think? Will it work?

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  8. orlandolongwood

    orlandolongwood Junior Member

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    From tracking I've done on a few commercial clients rotating job listings - neither Google nor Bing seemed to follow iframe links - which means everything in the iframe is ignored.

    As for javascript - here is a snippet to use in a function along with setInterval() - just make sure the code is below the iframe and you assign a unique id in html for your iframe:

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    var myFrame = document.getElementById('myFrame');
    myFrame.src = 'http://example.com'