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What's that Script a lot of Warez & Crack sites use

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kma9090, Aug 8, 2011.

  1. kma9090

    kma9090 Newbie

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    That seems to get any keywords automatically listed in Google results so that pretty much no matter what you search for it shows in Google however when you visit the site the phrase is no where to be found or at the top of the page there will be the auto generated phrase.

    Hope this makes some sense.
     
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    ninjacrx Regular Member

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    subscribed...
     
  3. cornkernel

    cornkernel Regular Member

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    i know what you're talking about, but have no idea what it is. sorry i can't help, but i would also like to know. :)
     
  4. xgnux

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    prob. some private stuff. But whoever owns it surly gets a huge amount of traffic :)
     
  5. Drink More Tea

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    Is sounds like some sort of php script which takes as input the search terms, and outputs them in the title of the page.
     
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    but he has to get the search strings from somewhere else...perhaps usenet or warez release tracker, torrent or all together :)
     
  7. Drink More Tea

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    I'm not an expert but I would imagine they would just strip out the stuff after ?q=search+term+goes+here.
     
  8. TheMatrix

    TheMatrix BANNED BANNED

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    Yeah. Seen that a lot, but have no idea what script they use... Torrentz uses it, BTW. If you want, scour their source code..
     
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    They need to have it on the site beforehand, in order to rank for that specific term.
     
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    I've been looking for this to no avail :(
     
  11. idontwantmyaccountanymore

    idontwantmyaccountanymore BANNED BANNED

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    CMS is Datalife Engine
     
  12. deki33

    deki33 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    U need to make it custom if u want to profit..it's easy to make it...
    KW database is not easy to get, but u can start with scraping KW from movie sites, from music sites, software sites, etc...etc...
    I don't think anyone will give you all that ready, so start working on it by yourself...
     
  13. romocop

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    I made my own script and I use it on some of my sites, just so I can know what search phrase the client used to find the website, here is the code, put it at the top of your page(s):

    Code:
    <?php 
    session_start();
    $referrer = $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'];
    if(preg_match("/[\.\/](google|yahoo|bing|geegain|mywebsearch|ask|alltheweb)\.[a-z\.]{2,5}[\/]/i",$referrer,$search_engine)){
    $referrer_query = parse_url($referrer);
    $referrer_query = $referrer_query["query"];
    $q = "[q|p]";
    preg_match("/".$q."=(.*?)&/",$referrer,$keyword);
    $keyword = urldecode($keyword[1]);
    $seo = "$search_engine[1]" . ": " . "$keyword";
    $_SESSION['googlekeyword'] = $seo;
    }
    ?>
    Now wherever you echo the session "googlekeyword", it will output the search phrase they typed into google or any other search engine. You can get smart and make a database to put these search phrases in, and then post them on your website, like a tag cloud. Might help on page seo. Good luck.