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Backlinks from Drupal sites???

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by msslife, Feb 21, 2010.

  1. msslife

    msslife Regular Member

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    Guys I've noticed that some high ranked sites getting many backlinks from blogs that uses Drupal I think.

    for example this site:

    If you can notice that this site has soo many backlinks from Drupal sites

    If you see all the pages in yahoo explorer u will notice there are much more sites already spammed.

    But the weird thing is that they have more then 1 backlink from 1 site.

    It is kind of impossible that they are spamming manually and Im really wondering what software are they using for drupal spamming.

    I am sure they are not using xrumer something because the owner of the site does not know how to use xrumer very well.

    So what do you think guys?
     
  2. myrkskog

    myrkskog Newbie

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    I would like to know what kind of software they are using to post comments on Drupal websites... Anyone got a clue ?
     
  3. mackay22

    mackay22 Regular Member

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    scrapebox.
    shhhh
     
  4. iglow

    iglow Elite Member

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    ill release my own software that i use soon
     
  5. myrkskog

    myrkskog Newbie

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    I bought Scrapebox like 2 months ago but I must admit I'm a total noob at posting on drupal websites... Don't you need to create accounts in order to post on sites using this CMS ?

    How does Scrapebox bypass this ? Can you explain ?

    I know you can harvest url's containing a certain search string (in our case something like "login or register" inurl:node) thus making a list with Drupal Url's but what happens next ?

    Thanks !
     
  6. mackay22

    mackay22 Regular Member

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    your right you must login for a lot, but also theres a lot that dont need login.
    If you can come up with a good footprint to find drupal blogs, I find that roughly 5-10 out of every 100 I scrape ends up allowing me to drop a comment without logging in. (doesnt sound like a lot but they should almost all be do follow) so after I've got 1000 unique urls to post on I usually end up with between 50-100 do follow autoapproves

    Check out the recent changelog for Scrapebox, it tells you that it now supports answering the maths question in many drupal sites. This should give you a good footprint.
     
  7. testeee

    testeee Registered Member

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    Ha, you guys just need to add a little magic to your scrapebox search like -"login to post comments" or something (dont remember the exact phrase off the top of my head). BUT alot of the auto posting stuff doesnt work because of mollom.

    Thats why I use a tool called india... they post well :)
     
  8. kireol

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    Here's the Drupal breakdown for everyone.

    Drupal allows for mollom which will catch spamming http://mollom.com/

    It's as ez as installing a plugin, signing up for a free account on mollom, and activating it in drupal.

    In drupal you can make it so comments and posts can be anonymous or logged in or moderated.

    So depending on the site, it could be any of a multitude of combinations.

    With that being said, you can use scrapebox to spam drupal sites if site is configured for anon posting. Something like XRumer if an account is needed. If Mollom is activated, yer pretty much screwed.
     
  9. NickE83

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    slightly off topic, but anyone know of a good drupal site building training ?
     
  10. kireol

    kireol Junior Member

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    I've become a self taught drupal master. If you have any questions, just ask or PM me.
     
  11. jimmy3

    jimmy3 BANNED BANNED

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    so is this the geniune stuff? :confused:
     
  12. myrkskog

    myrkskog Newbie

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    The reason I was asking is that I have seen a lot of drupal blogs overrun with comment spam and they needed a login ! It might have been embedded after... but I cannot confirm this. Either way here's a cool trick you can use on drupal blogs:

    when posting links add the rel="follow" attribute to your link so that:

    <a href="http://www.site.com">site's anchor</a> becomes

    <a rel="follow" href="http://www.site.com">site's anchor</a>

    This will overwrite the nofollow attribute (actually you will see both in the code) but Searchstatus for example reads this link as being a regular one (not a nofollow one). Any thoughts on this would be highly appreciated !

    Cheers,
    Sergiu
     
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  13. Thenayr

    Thenayr BANNED BANNED

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    It doesn't matter what you override the "rel" tag with. Hell you can put "rel="buttsex" for all they care. Google WILL ONLY READ the nofollow part of the tag. Basically it useless to add any type of rel tag as all it does is fool the plugins that search for ****************/nofollow links.
     
  14. dekadent30

    dekadent30 Power Member

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    how to post to drupal blogs in scrapebox, which blogs to choose: movable type or wordpress
     
  15. BigBuddy

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    use scrape box to scrape drupal blogs. get the list and Outsource the work.
     
  16. dekadent30

    dekadent30 Power Member

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    i have very low success rate in posting to drupal blogs, do you know any good footprint to find good ones
     
  17. donjuan

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    search a couple drupal sites and find a footprint you can use.
     
  18. jquan

    jquan Newbie

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    its "Post new comment" for anonymous user however I turned my comments on for a week and got spammed with cialis posts. So I had to turn off anonymous.