Herramienta Scrip Para subir en Alexa rapido


14 Ene 2018
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#1
Script que pones en tu web y hace pensar a Alexa que todos tus visitantes tienen la maldita barra instalada por lo cual van a hacerte subir como la espuma en el ranking.

Insertar CODE, HTML o PHP:
The Alexa toolbar itself generates a standard HTTP GET request.  We can do the same by inserting a <IMG> tag with the resulting url as the source.  Alexa actually returns XML markup as a response, but the contents are irrelevent for this purpose; we just want to trigger the logic.

There are a bunch of query values in the URL; some are obvious, others... not so much.

The keys to getting this to work is to start page generation with:

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session_start();
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If your using persistant sessions, you probably already got this.

Next, create a new function somewhere in your code; if you have a global functions file, it'd probably go there.  otherwise, you can put it right below the session_start() value above.

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function alexa() {
    $domain    = "http://data.alexa.com";
    $keylength = 14;            // the resulting length of the keyid.  14 and 15 were seen in the wild.
   
    // session_start() must have already been set.  If so, this will ensure that each visitor maintains the same keyid throughout the entire visit.
    if (isset($_SESSION['alexa_keyid'])) {
        $keyid = $_SESSION['alexa_keyid'];
    } else {
        $keyid     = substr(str_shuffle("abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ1234567890"),0,$keylength);
        $_SESSION['alexa_keyid'] = $keyid;
    }
   
    $cli       = "10";           // ???
    $dat       = "snba";         // ???
    $ver       = "7.2";          // version number of toolbar?
    $cdt       = "alx_vw";       // ???
    $wid       = rand(0,32767);  // appears to be a random integer initiated when the browser starts.
    $act       = "00000000000";  // ???
    $ssarray   = array ("800x800", "1024x768", "1280x768", "1280x800",
                      "1280x1024", "1600x1200", "1680x1050", "1920x1200");
    shuffle($ssarray);
    $ss        = $ssarray[0];    // browser screensize.  Resulting value is chosen at random from an array of values.
    $bw        = "1523";         // bandwidth? probably used in calculating metrics related to visitor connection speeds  (noted values are close to common
                                 // connection speeds like 768k, 1mb, 1.5mb, etc.)
    $t         = "0";            // ???
    $ttl       = rand(200,1000); // time-to-live?  probably used in calculating average load times
    $vis       = "1";            // ???
    $rq        = rand(15,80);    // appears to increment with each toolbar request
    $url       = "http://<<<PUT YOUR DOMAIN HERE>>>/";

    $params="/data/".$keyid."?cli=".$cli."&dat=".$dat."&ver=".$ver."&cdt=".$cdt."&wid=".$wid."&act=".$act."&ss=".$ss."&bw=".$bw."&t=".$t."&ttl=".$ttl."&vis=".$vis."&rq=".$rq."&url=".$url;
   
    return $domain.$params;  
}
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Finally, insert somewhere on your page the following:

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<? echo "<img src='".alexa()."' height='0' width='0'>"; ?>
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That will trigger the actual event.

Somebody else can probably clean and extend this code up better than I.  This was a quick hack-togeather in about 30 minutes.  If i'm on to something, it could also warrant a better explanation.
 
3 Ago 2018
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#3
Te dejo mis conclusiones.

Despues de probar por 15 dias, en mi web (Alexa 155,000), apenas logre subir 1,000 posiciones, pero estoy totalmente seguro que el script no ha tenido nada que ver.
Estoy convencido que el script no sirve.

Gracias por compartir.