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Am I using Scrapebox right? Need some help

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by wilson83, Dec 19, 2011.

  1. wilson83

    wilson83 Newbie

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    I've been using Scrapebox for about 2 weeks now, I'm still learning things as I go, besides the tips I find here. My problem, or question right now.

    When I do the whole comment thing "Fast Poster" like for instance I have 1200 to 15000 URL's to comment on and only maybe 5% to 10% actually get commented on, which is OK I guess as this is all done in "fast comment" mode. And yes in the harvester/footprints part I have used many different methods & none have helped in terms of getting above 10% success with commenting.


    With that my issue right now, or question: is Scrapebox even working or doing its job within fast comment mode? I know many of these comments need approved & I've tried the AA methods with still no better luck. After checking with Traffic Travis on how many backlinks my 5 different sites have that I've used so far, only 1 site is listed with 17 total backlinks. And I've been doing these blast every day, with 1000s of successful comments each day, with only 17 to show for on 1 website.

    So with that am I doing something wrong? Is it a matter of waiting for more to be approved? Is there a better method to finding the AA sites that will get backlinks listed.

    Any tips or help would be very nice!!
     
  2. t0m3313

    t0m3313 Regular Member

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    The "successful" comments are not really all there. SB lists a comment under "successful" if it was able to comment. You should use the link checker to see which links really are there.

    Also many say you should use private proxies to get a better successrate(2-3 times better), unfortunately I didn´t get to try some myself, but I think those people know what they´re talking about.

    Have you searched for some AA lists in the download section and tried those?

    Have you seen this thread? Worked well for me so far :)
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    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo-tools/383615-method-how-i-build-massive-auto-approve-scrapebox-lists-so-simple.html
     
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    ScrapeBoss Elite Member Premium Member

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    Many blogs are moderated these days. You need to wait for them to be approved, especially if you posted comments related to the niches of those blogs.
     
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  4. wilson83

    wilson83 Newbie

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    Thanks for the link, I think I missed that thread some how. Just so many threads its some times easy to miss something. I did do some looking for the AA list though.
     
  5. t0m3313

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    Yes, BHW is very fast, you can easily miss something, but fortunately there´s still the search function ;)
     
  6. sixalarm

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    I wouldnt say scrapebox should be forgotten if someone doesnt have private proxies and a VPN. I mean yeah, the time spent hunting decent public proxies is gonna suck....but learning how to scrape for those proxies and filter them is a good way to become familiar with the program.
    When you first start building an AA list it will seem like the neverending story lol. Scrape scrape scrape...harvest harvest harvest.....post post post...disappoint disappoint disappoint. Took me about a month to really get down a good system. I can scrape tons of AA blogs and that allows me to filter them down to the best of the best. It is very important for me to be able to build and maintain these lists quickly because I sell pretty large blasts...so being able to find a handful of decent blogs a day just wasnt gonna cut it for me. Main thing you can do...learn about footprints. A good list of footprints will be like your secret sauce for scrapebox. Fortunately, this is the best forum in the world for finding them....just keep looking and testing and you will start having a lot more success :-D.
    A good tip if you arent already doing it is to run at least two instance of scrapebox and test a different style of footprint in each one using the same keywords. This way, you will be able to compare how effective a particular footprint pattern will be for your needs.
     
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  7. wilson83

    wilson83 Newbie

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    Big thanks sixalarm & kanonig for the tips, going to def try the intitle & inurl, and work on the footprints test.
     
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    I tried to quote in that last post... but "success" is like maybe but "found" posts are confimed, right?
     
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    yup. although it still usually wont find all your links the first time you run the link checker.
     
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    Damn! Well how do you know if the "success" ones ever do post?
     
  12. sixalarm

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    I usually just run the link checker once or twice and then move on to the next batch. I mean, if you are determined to extract every single link then you just have to keep running link check until it stops finding links. I think that is not particularly efficient so I just run the link check once or twice depending on the size of the list. Also, play around with your number of connections. The more connections you are running the more likely it will miss links....especially if you are running more connections than you have the equipment and internet to support.
     
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    I found all the tutorials on youtube to be helpful in my learning process.
     
  14. supaH

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    Turn down your Maximum Connections for Fast Poster to 10-15. Private Proxies are also a big help as they won't die like public proxies.

    When link checking, check not just the successful but the failed posts as well.

    I found watching youtube tutorials much easier to understand and follow, might just be a visual learning process for me.
     
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