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What is the best url/hide/block/meta/redirect referral option out there as of today?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by hawkweb, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. hawkweb

    hawkweb Regular Member

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    Hi
    I've have not been using hide referral been a while. Wanting to ask anyone out there who could recommend a solution to hide my referral link? Alot of my traffic is from twitter.
    Does double meta refresh still works?
    Is there a shorten url site that is good to use?

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    Search for Brad's CPA redirector on this site, it uses a two stage javascript POST which is pretty much foolproof. Double meta refresh carries the referrer in many browsers and is no good. Most short url services just issue a 301 redirect which also carries the referrer.
     
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    funkymonk Registered Member

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    I think you can try scrnch.me
    Good part is you can shorten a link, save it and update URL from their dashboard which you are not able to do with most shortener services. On top of URL shortener you can use annonymizers.
    If you have your own hosting with access to cpanel, you can create bunch of sub domains and do forwarders to your actual affiliate links. Example: a1.yourdomain.com, a2 and so on. I hope this helps.
     
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  4. hawkweb

    hawkweb Regular Member

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    Will the public have access to the stats?

    My twitter traffic is like 500 every hour. Could this work with that?
     
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    Without a doubt, that's only 1 hit every ~7 seconds after all.

    You might also want to check out setting up your own short url service on your own domains using a script like http://yourls.org/ for ease of shorturl creation.
     
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    Hi
    I've seen that before but did not have the interest during that time. Do you think twitter bann short url domain if most of them are coming from suspended accounts?
     
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    Very hard to say. It appears to me that if you spam a domain too much it gets added to a short term watch list and sometimes accounts spamming that domain appear to get banned a little quicker.

    However, it seems to go away after a few days and it's very difficult to say whether that is even what is happening because they don't outright ban domains, and not every account spamming that domain gets banned.

    .infos are cheap... Just buy heaps of them and rotate them around as your redirect domains.