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Blocking hotlinking from myspace.com
posted by Colleen Shirazi,
Sunday, March 19, 2006
at 11:39 AM (Pacific)
Please see my previous post: Antihotlinking .htaccess doesn't seem to work with Norton Internet Security
rotfl!!!!! I swear to God, nothing worked blocking hotlinking from myspace.com, until I had the idea of PUTTING AN AD FOR MY SITE as the "alternate image":
Somehow, seeing that "box with the red X in it" didn't bother these people. Seeing an ad for the site paying for the image--frankly, my myspace.com "traffic" has been cut almost in half since I did that. And I'm expecting it to go down further and further, rather than up and up as it was before I put up the ad.
It's fine with me either way. If I still have significant myspace.com traffic, I'm simply going to put up a series of ads...hell...I could even sell an ad to someone else.
Want my myspace.com hotlinking traffic?
Labels: hotlinking, htaccess, images