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Building AA List for Scrapebox - Lazyman way?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SEOfarmer, Jul 6, 2011.

  1. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    I have always been building my own AA list, but i find it very time-consuming and extremely boring process.

    I am wondering if anyone here actually buy a few of the fiverr gigs ($5), then scrape off those lists again to make things easier?

    I believe with just $5 - $10 alone, i can easily have a much bigger and higher potential list?
     
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  2. volund

    volund Senior Member

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    Wander down to the downloads section. I posted a free AA list there and there are some others as well.

    Be warned though any shared AA list is probably going to have been hit pretty hard and that goes for any urls you get off of fiver.
     
  3. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    Thanks for the advice.
    I was actually looking at those gigs that offer .edu backlinks etc.
    I was hoping to scrape more links off that.

    Any suggestions / advice on getting higher quality links?

    Also, do most moveable-type blog requires approval?
    I read somewhere that they seem to be better than the wordpress ones?

    Thanks!
     
  4. SuperLinks

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    How are you building your AA lists? If you are building them by simply blindly aiming and shooting (i.e. posting all over the web) then you are wasting your time.

    What you need to do is find an AA list to begin with and then dive deep into. Scrape the outbound links on those pages, then do backlink checks to those links. You'll grow your AA list quickly and find pages that others may have not seen before.

    After finding a list that posted positively too, I like to do the site: search to expand on the domains and post one more time on the pages (then recheck the links on those) and you've got yourself a pretty decent AA list.
     
  5. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    Yeah.
    Thats pretty much what I have been doing so far; sorted 'reverse engineering'

    I go into a AA blog, then grab a list of outbound links from there (usually from other commenters). I then import them to scrapebox, run the backlink checker to extract what other blogs they have been spamming on, and expand my AA list from there.

    My list usually grow at least 10x after doing that. I then also run a PR-check to see which blog has the potential. If they do, i run site:domain to extract the 'inner pages' of those blogs. :)

    Now tell me, am i on the right track? I find most of the blogs I find are wordpress (nofollow) tho
     
  6. lsebe2

    lsebe2 Newbie

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    humm sounds good
     
  7. Drink More Tea

    Drink More Tea Regular Member

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    Nine times out of ten, the highest quality link will be created manually.
     
  8. xollls

    xollls Junior Member

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    'reverse engineering' is a great way. also try it with comments ;)