I'm offering a ScrapeBox service in the BST section and I'm noticing a common question is this: Now, I normally recommend that they DON'T do that, as I was under the impression that if you were to have 3, 4, 5 or even 6 hundred backlinks show up to your site inside of a week and a half that all have identical/nearly identical anchor text, that would lead to/could lead to a sandbox. What I normally recommend is they vary the anchor text among their target keywords as well as keywords that are simply related to their domain/the content on it...even throwing a couple of "click heres to see keyword" in there. What I actually say I'll do on my sales thread is "30 names & at least 30 keywords related to your site content (plus whatever specific keywords you want)". Then as each post is made, it randomly selects 1 of those things as the anchor text. I was under the impression that Google, or any other search engine for that matter, can see that a couple hundred backlinks all with the same exact anchor text is obviously artificial & spammy backlinking, and that to have a natural looking backlink profile that you need to vary your anchor text considerably. Here are a couple of links that support this: http://www.linksmaster.com/articles/link_exchange_news/link-exchange-article-0003.html http://www.juiceelinks.com/general/looking-natural-9-ways-to-add-variety-to-your-anchor-text/ Am I giving bad advice? Are varied keywords, instead of just a couple of target keywords, being used to build that many links in such a short period of time actually worse and hurting the client/not helping as much as it should?