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#6, RE: Kamo-flage System (Coming soon)
Posted by Kurt on Oct-04-10 at 02:16 AM
In response to message #5
LAST EDITED ON Oct-04-10 AT 02:16 AM (PST)
>Simply Brilliant Kurt!
>Too bad that Waylon, Willie, and the Rolling Stones don't
>trend these days!

Hey Jeff and All...

First, check the first post for download link...

It's kind of funny Jeff brought up the "topic", the reason I chose
Justin Bieber is because he's perfect camo for older people and will help "repell" SEOers. LOL

If you really want to deflect people, put up a Donny Osmond stream page.

Actually, this is a project that should be fun. For Twitter/Facebook promo you need to trend, but just for linking bait, you can do whatever you want.

And even if you are using trends, put the videos that make you laugh and/or find the most interesting. That's what will make these pages good.

This is one time where you don't have to worry about SEO, copywriting, etc.

Here's a little grey hat theory:

I haven't tried this, as it isn't quite my style...But I admit the thought is crossing my mind...

You build pages above using trends, then send people to the pages using Twitter and Facebook.

In the page you set a delayed exit popunder that activates 5-10 minutes after they leave your CamoBomb page. This way, they don't know what page served the popunder.

The popunder matches the demographics (but NOT the topic) of the CamoBomb page. For example, Waylon and Willie are popular with people 50+ in Texas.

So, in your popunder have an affiliate program that sells combo rifle racks/6 pack holders for pickup trucks.

Seriously, you can put anything in the popunder.

And again, the popunder is delayed by 5-10 minutes...I had this happen to me a few weeks ago when I visited a site and it took me awhile to figure out what was going on and who did it. And it's really no different than any other popup/popunder, except for the delay hides that you're the one doing the popunder and fewer people may complain on Twitter or Facebook, etc.