Saturday, June 14th, 2008

iFrame and Rotate Pt. 3

So a few comments and emails have been made in regards to the iframe/rotator script and quality score. To be honest with you, you don’t get a good quality score for an iframe. The reason for this is because the site inside of the frame is not actually on your page. It displays on your page, but it isn’t your page. Your QS comes from the information that is contained in your source code.

Enter URL to Spider

If you don’t believe me, give it a shot. Just enter the URL you want to test. If you enter a page that is just an iframe no data will appear. If you enter an actual webpage, you will see plenty of information.So, how do you combat this little problem? Add the meta tags. In the script you will see the following:

// TITLE TAG <title>...</title>
$pgtitle = "";
// META KEYWORDS (comma-separated) - optional
$metakeywords = "";
// META DESCRIPTION - optional
$metadescription = "";

Where you see $pgtitle =” “ you need to insert the title of the page. What I like to do is find the title of one of the CPA offers that I am running that will work with all three sites. Sometimes an adjustment to the name of the title needs to be made. This isn’t a problem. I also like to include the domain name. For example: – Top quality car insurance at an affordable price.

My title tag would then look like this: $pgtitle =” – Top quality car insurance at an affordable price”

You’ll then want to do the same thing with the meta keywords and meta description tags.

On the next post I’m going to show you how to add dynamic keywords. This will really help out your quality score. Go give it a try, see if you are able to get the script up and running with the title, keyword, and description tags. If you have any questions please ask. Remember, there are no stupid questions.

Category: CPA Marketing / PPC
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11 Responses

June 16, 2008

Hey Kris,
If I want to add my stat counter code, where would it go? It usually goes before the /body tag.


June 16, 2008

Hey Kris,
why don’t we just use the standard tag instead of ?
iframe screwed up on IE and other browsers

June 16, 2008

I mean why don’t we just use the standard frame tag?

June 16, 2008

@Scott –
If you want to email me the code you want inserted I’ll put it in there for you and send you another copy of the script with your line of code inserted. Kris (at)

@unknown_zero –
I’m sure you can do it as a regular frame. I just set it up in an iframe. I promise I don’t have these problems that a lot of people have voiced. I viewed my page from several computers with IE and I didn’t see any problems.

June 18, 2008

I haven’t decided my domain yet to set up the code. I’ll send it soon.

Thanks a lot!

June 18, 2008

Is there a way to combine this url rotate script into the iframe code from extreme conversions?

November 23, 2008

Some people hate iframe, included me. I don’t know why … just I hate them lol

November 30, 2008

I’ll try it in some time. I think people hate iFrame because it is too difficult to set up? just kidding LOL.

November 30, 2008

I love iframes, don’t ask me why but i just do!

April 24, 2009

Some People love IFrame but some deny from website point of view that frame not good from the seo point of view.

June 15, 2009

Yeah, I have the same view frame sites are not good from the seo point of view. So, I don’t like frame sites.