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Best GSA SER Verified List Provider?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Cratos, Apr 14, 2017.

  1. Cratos

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    Since my old provider is no longer offering his GSA SER list service since he's making so much damn money doing other things. Do any of you know of a good provider? Would greatly appreciate your opinions.
     
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    I've never used this one before, but Loopline is a highly respected member here and the defacto tutor for Scrapebox. He offers a GSA list service here: http://www.autoapprovemarketplace.com/ Like I said, I haven't used it, and I'm not affiliated with him in any way, but if the quality is anything like his tutorials, I imagine its good.
     
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    By any way @loopline is your old provider? Else, he is the guy!
     
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  4. loopline

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    Thanks guys. I also offer a discount for BHW forum members. If you sign up on my site that is mentioned by @seo its $77 but BHW members can get it for $58. The BHW thread is here:
    https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/n...pprove-lists-300k-per-month-live-sync.703343/
     
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    Used loopline for years and its just got better. I also use 1linklist, from the ones I have tried Looplines and 1linklist are the only ones worth their salt.

    I am also releasing a set of tutorials on how to build your own SER list on the off chance you decide to go that route.
     
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    can you tell us your insight about scrapebox as a scrapping tool for this process? don't you think it's better than GSA for scrapping links ?
     
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    Hi PM me i will Provide 100% Pure GSA Service..
     
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    Huh. I totally would've pegged Pam Beesly as a White Hat. I guess GSA lists are more lucrative than office work.
     
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    Personally I would say yes, but Sven might argue that point. I really don't look at it as a case of better and worse though, I prefer to look at GSA and Scrapebox as complimentary.

    So you can for example, scrape with scrapebox and then post with GSA, which saves resources on GSA and lets it post quicker. Since you can run an unlimited number of Scrapebox instances per machine and only 1 GSA per machine that still lets you do other things with scrapebox and keeps things optimal.

    I personally do all my scraping for my lists in Scrapebox and only use GSA for posting.
     
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    @loopline I have one question. How do I filter the websites where I'm able to post on them from those where I can't?

    Can you point me to one of your tutorials?
     
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    I have a 7000 word post coming out on how to build lists using scrapebox for link acquisition tomorrow or monday. 95% of it is done I am just waiting for my tools on my example list to catch up to my typing speed. I will give you an inbox when its released though buts heres the short version....

    When it comes to link acquisition Scrapebox beats SER hands down in my opinion. With SER, you can run one instance per license and using it for link acquisition slows down your process as it takes SERs resources away from posting. In addition, SERs link extraction offers no real control or a method to run projects that do nothing but extract.

    Scrapebox lets you run as many instances on a single machine as possible with a single license. So you can have multiple instances open on a dedicated server. Off the top of my head I think I used to run 6 instances on one server at the same time. Three footprint scraping and three link extracting different lists and it was very effective. As scraoebox is 64 bit (might be wrong on the number, i'm not a tech guy) it can use much more RAM meaning you can really crank its thread count up on a high end VPS or server and be pulling crazy links per second with it.

    That said though the process required is a little more advanced for someone new to the tool sets, thats why I have released my posts in the order they are in with the intro, the basic on using the easier process possible with as few tools and finally the advanced one where there are a bunch of optimised tools running togeather.

    They are tools designed for different jobs in all fairness though, both great in their own right so you can't really compare them fairly but as Loopline said, using them togeather with each focusing on their strengths produces excellent results.
     
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  12. MikeyMikey13

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    SERocket are decent
     
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    Loopline's list is solid. I've tried SERVerifiedLists and SERocket, and I think Loopline's list kills them both.

    When scraping lists I use Scrapebox and GSA Platform Identifier.

    There's a tutorial floating the web that shows you how to use the Scrapebox Link Extractor to build large lists fairly quick. I think Matthew Woodward was the one who wrote it but I can't remember.
     
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    Once you've created an AA list for blog comments, you can run an internal search on the sites too to find other posts to comment on:
     
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    Have you used any other list providers? In my experience, SERocket have been the worst by far. The last time I used them the majority of their list was dead and useless. I also pointed out how over a year ago they were claiming to have almost 7000 auto-accept WordPress article domains on their list.

    Today, they are claiming this number to be almost 9000! As a current user of their list could you check the unique domains that you have supplying you with WordPress articles? I would be impressed if it was over 100 in all honesty. Back when I used the list it wasn't even that. I have just checked my live sync from Looplines list and it is stating "Article-Wordpress Article.....: 69" and thats about what I would expect from any list these days.

    My thoughts are that SeRocket are either lying to their users to try and get sales or they aren't clever enough to remove duplicates and purge dead sites from the list they are pushing to paying customers. Either way, it doesn't indicate a good service. Their customer support was a joke back when I used them too. They were stupid enough to tell me that they were intentionally slowing down their response time for my refund as I had posted negative feedback in their thread and then tried to convince me that BHW would ban me if I opened a shit list thread against them lol.
     
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  17. MikeyMikey13

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    I have absolutely no-doubt in my mind they are lying, my list came out at around 2000-3000 at the very most. But I used it as a seed list and scraped like made from the ones they gave me. For 30$ you can't go wrong to set yourself up with it.

    I only used them once, for one month then ended my subscription. Usually I just scrape myself :p

    But they do have a good newbie pdf people could use: http://serocket.net/linklistmember/serocket.pdf. With this and the information from your blog, people could get their head around this quickly.

    Also, I like your blog. I've found a few tips off the posts i've read, keep it up mate.
     
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    Looking for the same!
     
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    Cheers man means alot :).
     
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