Cloaking redirect customer (and not google...)

by apinya 5 replies
Hi,

I looking for a PHP script able to redirect customer without redirect google. The content of the page will be invisible for human visitor.

Of course this script should be stealth as possible.

Can you point me free cloaker script easy to use ? Or even cheap one ?

I heard google use different IP and i need an updated database for this? This is true? If it's the case i think it will not be free. But i can pay No problem.

And i know cloaking is not a good technic, but i use a chun and burn technic, i don't really care if the website can stand few weeks/months.

I will appreciate any help in this field!
#search engine optimization #cloaking #customer #google #redirect
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  • Profile picture of the author godoveryou
    I do this regularly and you're already headed down the wrong road.

    First of all, the industry standard solution for doing this costs $3500 and it's money well spent for a reason. If you are looking for some cheap way to do it you are going to end up wasting a lot of time and burning a lot of IP addresses, which is really the bigger concern but I'm sure you don't know that yet.

    Additionally, there are several cloaking methods out there and the majority of the good ones do depend (at least in part) on a Google bot IP database. It's worth having and if you opt not to, then you are back to burning IP's and that will get old fast.

    Anyways, you aren't going to find out a whole lot about this topic here or on other public forums. There are entire BH communities that operate almost exclusively in the cloaking world and they can cost anywhere from $20-$300 a month to be a part of.

    The bottom line, be prepared to invest and stop looking for a freebie or 'cheap' way of doing this. You're going to waste a lot of time and get noplace if you pursue that route.
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  • Profile picture of the author edpudol1973
    If I understand correctly google don't understand javascript. Maybe using code like this will solve your problem

    Code:
    <script>
    window.location.assign("http://url.com");
    window.stop(); //works in all browsers but IE    
    if ($.browser.msie) {document.execCommand("Stop");};
    </script>
    Not tested
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    • Profile picture of the author UMS
      Originally Posted by edpudol1973 View Post

      If I understand correctly google don't understand javascript. Maybe using code like this will solve your problem

      According to the Google Developers website and Matt Cutts, googlebot does follow meta refreshes and javascript redirects.
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      • Profile picture of the author edpudol1973
        Originally Posted by UMS View Post

        According to the Google Developers website and Matt Cutts, googlebot does follow meta refreshes and javascript redirects.
        Then if that is the case, you can used .htaccess to check if the visitor is bot or not. If bot, redirect to the page for search engine and if not redirect to target page.

        Code:
        RewriteCond %{HTTP_USER_AGENT} (googlebot|bingbot|yahoo) [NC]
        RewriteRule ^ - [L]
        RewriteRule (.*) http://targatesite.com/$1 [R=301,L]
        If visitor is googlebot, bingbot, or yahoo then it will ignore the other rewrite but if not it will continue to the last line where it will redirect the visitor to the target page. You can change the permanent redirect to 302 if you want.
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  • Profile picture of the author apinya
    Thanks for your answer.

    I'm here to hear your experience.

    Like everything i believe there is a start. I will not spend 3500$ without know what i'm doing. So for now i need a simple script, i can pay.
    I don't want to start directly to Formula one. Give me some time before...

    So your answer my principal concern, after some read i came to the conclusion i need a ip database from google. OK.

    What do you mean by "Cloaking world", i found some script with database ip from google. But i'm not sure the software can do what i want to, and their is soooo many option. I worry about overpay something i will use at 5% of the capacity.
    It's like buy XRUMER for build 10 link a month, if you understand what i mean

    It seems like you know this stuff so point me out something for start.


    Should i make my own script and after buy/rent a G ip database ?
    Buy a one license fee software ? Pay someone to do it ?
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