matrix_jan - 5:41 pm on Feb 15, 2013 (gmt 0)
Maybe I live on the other side of the web. Because I don't get how linking to authority website can make one's article better. Anyone? Please explain.
So the question still remains that if the linker sends users without referral data, how in the world are you going to find out where they came from?
The word will spread that some websites are charging, and a simple script will appear in x forum on how to redirect with no referrer.
There is a line between not allowing links, and charging for them. Why? X website buys a right to link to you. It then sells the right to other websites for 20% of the actual price. It simply asks to link to a page on its server which sends them to you. And you think they came from X. How do you imagine having control over this? Checking backlinks for every website that buys linking rights from you?
But the question still remains, on why would people care so much to link to something. So that their users would get to a better place? What's in it for them?