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AA List Problem?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by fr33sh, Feb 22, 2012.

  1. fr33sh

    fr33sh Registered Member

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    Hey everyone. I just want to thank everyone here for all the useful help and info i have received. I have been having a problem With building aa list. I'll start by telling you my setup, then what I have been doing.

    Setup:
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    100 mb/s vps (more like 60 mb/s)
    roughly 400 public proxies (It varies.  These are not from sb's stock sources.)
    10 private proxies (For posting to aa list using real info)
    This is what I have done.

    1) I scrape a bunch of keywords. And got about 450,000 links after removing duplicate domain and dupe links.

    2) I tested my public proxies. Loaded up my dummy sites info and fast posted.

    3) I took the successful and unsucessful and ran them through sb's Checklinks feature. I then saved all found links as an AA list.

    4) I then posted to these sites using my private proxies and real site info.

    The problem that I have, is that out of almost have a million links I only got 100 AA. Is this normal? I have really been trying to figure out what I could tweak or change to get better results.

    Should I just post to site using my real info and private proxies? I was thinking about doing this and just using tokens in my spun comments and hope that the comments would stick. Since the comment would be more personalized so to speak. And I could always test those post for aa.

    What do you guys/gals think? Just want a little feedback since this is my first time doing a sb blast.

    Also what do you do, to get the most out of scrapebox and a vps. Like how many instance of scrapebox and for what task?

    Thanks.
     
  2. sixalarm

    sixalarm Regular Member

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    It all depends on the footprints you are using to scrape. With the right footprint you can get your link found rate up to like 20% on the first go. Are you just using a list of keywords to scrape or are you using a more detailed footprint with your keywords? That will make a huge difference in your success at building an AA list.
     
  3. fr33sh

    fr33sh Registered Member

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    What I do is I use the scrapebox keyword scraper to build a list of about 100 - 500 keywords. Then I use the merge list that i posted a while back. I can't post the link to it, but it's the only other thread that i have started.

    This gives me a huge variety of links on all the platforms that scrapebox can post on. Do you have a better way of doing this or is this ok?
     
  4. sixalarm

    sixalarm Regular Member

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    If you don't need blogs that are in a particular niche, then you can just use the comment grabber to pull the comments from blogs that have been spammed to death. Make a text file that has "%kw%" and merge that file with your keyword list (which is just a bunch of comments. Then scrapebox will harvest blogs that others have hit and they should be autoapprove. There is a thread on here that details the process a bit more search for "method how i build massive autoapprove lists".

    Hope this helps!
     
  5. fr33sh

    fr33sh Registered Member

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    I was reading about that method but i haven't tried it. Btw i never would have thought to combine the merge list with scraped comments. You're a genius for that. Thanks. I am going try this.

    Ps. Would it be ok if I pm you after I try this out?
     
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    sixalarm Regular Member

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    Haha with I could take credit for that approach :) but I cant. It really works wonders. I provide scrapebox services so I have to be able to build large lists extremely quickly and that is what I do. Sure thing I will try to help you out anyway I can.
     
  7. fr33sh

    fr33sh Registered Member

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    Thanks I appreciate it. :D I've been trying to figure out as much as I can on my own, without bothering people. But getting backlinks has been quite a challenge for me.
     
  8. cybersage

    cybersage Regular Member

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    Just wanted to note that in your original post you said you are removing duplicate domains; This is also how I do it too.

    BUT After you then do your test run, those domains where you find links are AA domains. Once you find AA domains, you then should go through and expand out your list using the "site:" operator to find additional URLs on that domain that are likely to also be AA. Once you expand your list with the "site:" operator, test again, and you should have a higher success rate.

    If you look at purchased lists, they might have 4000 unique domains, but the amount of URLs could be 200,000. Hope this makes sense, and helps you.
     
  9. fr33sh

    fr33sh Registered Member

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    This makes complete sense. Thanks for the advice. I am going to start doing this.
     
  10. suerte8

    suerte8 Junior Member

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    One more question. What if the AA list is as follows:

    Code:
      http://www.almantiq.org/?p=59
    http://madeiravakantie.net/vakantie-2/nieuwe-unieke-zelfhulp-depressie-videos-great-reviews
    http://meditation-instructions.com/?p=1015
    http://sports.weeklyadsonline.com/20-lbs-hourglass-dumbbell-set-%c2%a0-31-49-%c2%a0-usd
    http://insidecoloradonews.com/?p=105
    http://www.fc-weesen.ch/wordpress/?attachment_id=85
    http://girlsjoinfree.net/post/2010/10/07/0a09BIGBOOBS-s-Russian-Bride-Profile-Details0a.aspx
    http://www.preferredhealthgroup.com/2011/06/14/patient-prescription-non-adherence
    http://www.romcon.ro/?p=66
    http://publicdemands.org/2011/12/is-kapil-sibal-right-is-social-media-elitist
    http://www.true-gaming.net/home/48448
    http://lama.com.pe/?p=978
     
    all the urls are on one line in the downloaded text file..

    How do I separate these into one line?

    Please help

    UPDATE: I figured it out...if I couldn't I should not be here at all.
     
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