Blogs Vs. Comments

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Illestone, Dec 15, 2010.

  1. Illestone

    Illestone Registered Member

    Nov 12, 2010
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    I am still fairly new to this but I have been setting up my scrapebox to post like this:

    Name: My keywords
    Site: My site
    Email Addresses: Fakes
    Comment: ???

    How many different comments do I need to say 1000 links? Will I get slammed for duplicate comments on different domains? Do I need my keywords in the comments also? I have a page 9 ranking for a prime keyword, I need to get it to page 1 obviously and have had several runs from sites offering backlinks and they have been great for other keywords but I am trying to be more cost effective.
  2. movieman32

    movieman32 Regular Member

    Aug 6, 2008
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    It doesn't really matter how many different comments you have if you are looking to post on autoapprove blogs spammers blast comments to. The only reason I use different comments is to avoid leaving a comment footprint that Google and others can use to track me easily.

    Personally I use over 1000 different comments (I create or find 10 or so good generic comments that are 2 or 3 sentences and spin them with a free tool like spinnerchief) per 50k blast in SB. Only about 1.5k per 50k comments are approved when I check my backlinks 3 days later.

    If I am posting to do fllw PR 2 or higher blogs, I am manually posting with a relevant comment - even if I see spammers in the comment list.