Refspam is usually treated as an old school traffic driving technique that doesn’t work anymore. Of course, there is some truth in that supposition. But see why referrer spamming is worth mentioning again.
Find websites to refspam
Want some free dofollow backlinks from .gov, .edu, .org, and other websites? (Don’t lie to me; we all need them.) Make two things:
1. Find Webalizer stats
- .com – “Usage Statistics for” + site:com + “Total Search Strings”..
- .gov – “Usage Statistics for” + site:gov + “Total Search Strings”..
- .edu – “Usage Statistics for” + site:edu + “Total Search Strings”..
- .org – “Usage Statistics for” + site:org + “Total Search Strings”..
- Use your brain…
2. Spam Webalizered websites
- RefControl Firefox extension – Read Cakes guideline for noobs and for spammers (AutoIt is damn freaking tool I must say).
- PHP cURL custom script – Find 20-30 anonymous proxies and get a page. Not rocket science to code, isn’t it?
The City of Brunswick Maryland (stats) is good candidate for spamming. Referrer spammers love Brunswick – the total referrers list is full of porn 😈
It took me 5 minutes to put digg 4th place (+24h waiting for stat update).
P.S.: I’m not saying that refspam will help your rankings 😉