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Are you loosing scrapebox liniks after awhile?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rippy, Jul 8, 2011.

  1. rippy

    rippy Regular Member

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    As Title asks.

    So after a month I went and checked few article URL's (100 url's) on yahoo site explorer and they all had 0 links.

    45 days ago they had all had 200 - 500 links each.


    Anyone else noticed this?
     
  2. 75INZ

    75INZ Regular Member

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    Chances are most of those links were the sort that were actually in a Recent Comments widget which would have been on just about every page of the blogs you commented on, thus increasing the number of links reported. Eventually these will be bumped down as other people comment on the blog.
     
  3. nougattrout

    nougattrout Junior Member

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    It's only natural that some webmasters will see comments etc as spam and delete them over time.... but to lose 100% of them in a couple of months doesnt seem right. Might be a false report. Also, check the format you are punching the sites into site explorer - it is very finnicky about including www or non-www and http etc.

    For example www hello com will yield different results to hello com
     
  4. dowser

    dowser Power Member

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    It's rather normal, especially with the AA links - I mean - look at this from a webmaster's of the spammed to hell pages perspective - what would you do if you found out there are 6,573 comments on your blog that have nothing to do with your post?

    On the other hand - if you do it right - the chances of staying much longer are that much higher and if you do your harvesting with the right footprint - you will find blogs with just a few comments or trackbacks.

    I'm still learning, but I'm getting better at it ;)