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Blasting scrapebox directly to your site

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by phpfail, Aug 22, 2011.

  1. phpfail

    phpfail Regular Member

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    So I have a site that's going to make money from ad revenue until it starts getting more traffic, which will come directly from google. The site has tons of keywords, it's a kind of site that would be like "Love graphics" "cool graphics" "frog graphics" ect. so there's tons of keywords.

    Would doing blasts directly to this site with scrapebox do more harm then good?

    Also, Why do people say not to do scrapebox blasts directly to your money site?

    Just want to get this clarified so I don't mess up my site.

    Thanks.
     
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    Codythebest Senior Member

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    Great questions.
    SB experts tell me not to SB your earning sites because if something happens, you may lose your revenue.
    So I guess they are not sure 100% that's good or bad.
    One thing for sure for me, blasting with SB or XR never made my sites ranking better...and the backlinks (only on Yahoo, never in G) increase the first month and decrease until no more after that month...
     
  3. Choronzon

    Choronzon Power Member

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    I regularly SB my money sites, even new sites without problem. I always have a large keyword list if I am doing this so that it shares out a few backlinks for each KW.

    Often I will get sandboxed while G00gle appraises my site but I just continue what I am doing and usually the site comes back with higher SERPs.

    If you do this too much though you can get de-indexed. Only happened to me once but taught me a lesson, don't be greedy or impatient :D
     
  4. seoguru13

    seoguru13 Senior Member

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    OP.. Depends a lot on what is your strategy. If you were to sell kindle ebooks and you get backlinks from all porn sites, I guess your site might get more harm than good ;) .

    What I normally do is I blast my inner pages with SB, and blast only niche sites, autoapprive or not to the homepage. I have seen some outstanding results with guys coming to my site from moderated comments and making purchases. Use the time option while harvesting, can be very helpful.
     
  5. Drink More Tea

    Drink More Tea Regular Member

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    I've never done anything else.

    Why would I use my software to provide links to a site which I don't even own?
     
  6. phpfail

    phpfail Regular Member

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    What would be a safe amount of blogs to blast a week/month? I've currently have had like 10k "success" and 1k "found" in the last 5 days, is that too much?

    I'm also using private proxies, + like 40 rand emails and like 7 different keywords (for the names), and few different variations of my home url. (domaincom, domaincom/, wwwdomaincom, wwwdomaincom/, domaincom/?, wwwdomaincom/?)

    Would this make a differance using different variations of the url to not set off "flags" ?
     
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    seoguru13 Senior Member

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    I do not think using different variations of the url would make a positive difference. In fact a typo error could waste all your efforts. Only factor to be kept in mind is how old is your domain. If it's a new domain, go a bit slow, it it's over 1 year, do whatever you want on it.

    Also, the content on your page should be good. If you have poor content or spun content, you stand a higher chance of a sandbox.
     
  8. phpfail

    phpfail Regular Member

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    I have tons of content, with hundreds if not thousands of pages, I think it has 1100 pages or so, and growing daily as I post new content daily. 2-5 new things daily. The domain was boughten 4 months ago and set up, and i used senukex on it for a while and got it up to about 200 backlinks with article and social network sites.

    Should I be good on the age of the domain and be able to do whatever? or should i still go a bit slow?
     
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    seoguru13 Senior Member

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    be a bit slow.. blast inner pages more... and get diversity of backlinks. Get a few article backlinks, bookmarks, press releases,linkwheel/link pyarimid etc.
     
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    What are press releases? I've heard of them but never knew what they were, I know what everthing else is and I do social bookmarking on like 5 sites for my inner pages, and post articles for my main categories (my site has main categories and sub categories)