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Can somebody help me with scrapebox?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Marcink99, Oct 21, 2010.

  1. Marcink99

    Marcink99 Power Member

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    I am not sure if iam harvesting right I use keywords sometimes in url in title and still get bunch of unreleated blogs to my keywords is this normal?any tips on geting blogs closer to my niche.
     
  2. houcemtrigun

    houcemtrigun Registered Member

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    It really doesn't matter that much how related the blogs you comment on are.
    Just harvest and blast.
    A backlink is a backlink (if that's what you are after of course).
    And a backlink is better than no backlinks, which actually happens when you try to be perfectionist.
    Just get use scrapebox and you will get better the more you use it.
     
  3. kez1000

    kez1000 Supreme Member

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    you have to use the operator "intitle" search with google for example
    intitle:"food" now SB will give you blogs with food in the title of the blog
    i normally use this method as the comments i create would be a spun comment
    about food and they have a better chance of sticking

    BUT Marcink99's method works just a well, i use his method to find auto approved blogs and save them to a master list.
     
  4. westham

    westham Newbie

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    If you have scrapebox ticked to harvest from various sources (e.g. google, yahoo, bing) then that might be your problem as the operators are different for different SEs.

    For example,


    For google you have to use inurl: and intitle:

    But for yahoo use title: instead of intitle:, inurl should work as well

    For Bing intitle works inurl does not.
     
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  5. Stu784

    Stu784 Regular Member

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    So could you use more than one of these footprints at the same time in one harvest on one instance of SB?

    e.g.

    inurl:"food" +intitle:"food" +title:"food"

    would this work to help cover all search engines?