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Blog commenting: how to avoid spam detection?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by laowai, May 11, 2011.

  1. laowai

    laowai Power Member

    Feb 27, 2011
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    I have a question about blog commenting and would appreciate if someone experienced could give an advice.

    I have been scraping successfully high PR d0f0ll0w blogs with low OL count, done some posting and get those indexed by notime so that part goes well BUT as I'm not skillful enough with the content the spam filters, akismet, will soon raise the flag, after few posts from same IP, and after that all posts from same IP are done. My content is not that bad that it would be obvious spam but not good enough to be seen as natural comment.

    My question is basically how you manage to keep your IP alive, is the answer quality of posts or how to embed the link into post or something else? Or is it not possible to avoid red flag and you are you using set of proxies or some other means to switch the IP? Paid proxies are for sure solution but I try to keep costs minimum and free proxies are for sure flagged already.

    And yes, I know that there are tools to automate the posting but I want to do it manually for my potential money sites.

    Thanks in advance.