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Blog comments indexing question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by leeshoes, Nov 28, 2012.

  1. leeshoes

    leeshoes Junior Member

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    sup guys,

    Say I submit 1000 blog comments through a random blog list on scrapebox, obviously some will get posted instantly (auto approve), some will get approved by webmasters in the following days/weeks, and some will not get approved at all. Obviously the blog comments approved days/weeks later will be indexed by google later than the Auto-approved ones.

    In the eyes of Google have those posts all been done the same day (i.e bad for SEO.. un natural link velocity) or will Google think theyve been posted they day they were accepted (good for SEO, smoother link graph)
     
  2. TheContentAuthority

    TheContentAuthority Elite Member Premium Member

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    Great question leeshoes,

    My guess would be that it depends on the platform that the comment was posted on. For instance on some WP plugins comments are technically published to a website until a webmaster approves them. Even though they may reside in the administrator console before publishing, they may be excluded from view by robots.txt. It seems like you would want to know how many auto approves would happen before you did something like that. Even though all posts aren't approved at once, if enough auto approves go through it could be enough to raise a red flag.

    Perhaps there might be useful info in this post,

    http://www.seobythesea.com/2012/04/google-index-link-behavior-information/

    Hope that helps,

    Shawn