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Anyone know of a blog comment swipe file for ScrapeBox?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cartellian, Aug 20, 2010.

  1. cartellian

    cartellian Registered Member

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    I jumped in and bought scrapebox and am really enjoying how simple everything is.

    the most challenging part, from my perspective, is coming up with blog comments that may end up being remotely close to 'on topic' with the blog.

    I started wondering if anyone had heard of or created some sort of swipe file that they'd be willing to share. Also open for any tips and ideas to help me work my way up this learning curve.

    Very satisfied with the purchase of this app, and excited to dial it all in!
     
  2. trancecommunity

    trancecommunity Regular Member

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    I think your better off aiming for more of a niche these days

    e.g

    use custom footprint inurl:recipe

    comment

    "Thats a great recipe. Im gonna get the ingredients together and attempt this tonight. My husband would love it"

    Youll find maybe 1k blogs with recipe in the title

    These have a better success rate than

    "i cant connect to your RSS please help" "great blog" etc etc blasted out to 100k random blogs

    Highly recommend you seperate about PR5 and above and post to them manually with proxies off also. Ultra targeted comments using quotes from the article and all that
     
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  3. cartellian

    cartellian Registered Member

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    trancecommunity, thanks for your tips. I've definitely been posting on all PR3+ manually as I've only seen a dozen or so in my first couple days with the application.

    I also get how linking the inurl:keyword and then keyword related comments have a much better chance of being on topic... or atleast near topic. I'll keep that in mind!

    Any other tips? This software is surprising me with how quick and automated everything is! Just want to be sure that I'm getting as high of a % as possible to actually post!
     
  4. glovek77

    glovek77 Power Member

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    Do a search on custom footprints, search for related keywords.

    Say your website is "rare coins"...you can search custom footprint for "rare coins"

    Your comment could be: "Now this might be a little off topic, but the 1984 Jefferson nickel is my favorite because it is made of a nickel alloy. What do you think?"

    Get the point? You don't have to be on topic, but you have to be somewhat relevant to the keyword.
     
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  5. beherila

    beherila Newbie

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    any comments for wedding related blogs
    Thanks