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Which Cloaker can Hide Content... ?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by undeterminederror, Sep 23, 2009.

  1. undeterminederror

    undeterminederror BANNED BANNED

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    I need to hide specific part on the Wordpress sidebar, actually, i don't wanna show google i do link exchange... which of them can hide specific parts of the pages? who wanna + 2 points rep from me? :D
     
  2. twoj04

    twoj04 Power Member

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    Hm... there is this
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...om-wordpress-cloaker-65-all-bhw-memebers.html

    It has a manual post cloaking option for SE spiders and such (I have it and works great), what if you put your link exchanges in a sticky post and then manually cloaked that post from SEs? Or just go all out and cloak the whole site from the spiders.

    Good luck and PM me if there is anything else I can help with :sombrero:
     
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  3. undeterminederror

    undeterminederror BANNED BANNED

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    2points rep given - i'll buy that.
    i'm happy cause if it doesn't works, i still got someone to blame for that ;)
     
  4. monsterclicks

    monsterclicks Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hey Undeterminederror,

    The short answer is yes (to your PM and this thread).

    What you would do is make 2 pages on your WordPress blog.

    From for simplicity lets call them /A.html & /B.html

    A.html <<< will contain your link exchange

    B.html <<< will be shown to the Google bot

    So when you set up B.html you will want to "cloak" this page and enter A.html as the redirected URL.

    Then you will also want to block A.html from being indexed with nofollow / noindex.

    So when Google shows up, they will see B.html, and when a a real user shows up to B.html - they will see A.html.

    Hope that helps.

    Cheers,
    MonsterClicks
     
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  5. w4rl0rdx

    w4rl0rdx Junior Member

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    Hey, its got reviews, it'll work!