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Change comments per keyword in scrapebox?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by agag2, Aug 10, 2010.

  1. agag2

    agag2 Supreme Member

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    Hi
    just wanted to know if this where possible
    if I scraped for keywords BlackHatWorld and whitehatworld (example) can I automatically post different comments to each keyword in 1 blast ?

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    agag2 Supreme Member

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    Anyone?
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    madoctopus Supreme Member

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    It's a good question. I know you can lock keyword(s) and sites/URLs together but don't know about comment text. You should ask SB support.
     
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    agag2 Supreme Member

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    How do u lock kewords and sites together?
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    gregstereo Elite Member

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    Read about Link Lock in the documentation or look it up in the sbox BST thread.
     
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    bobbylove321 BANNED BANNED

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    Here are the video guides for Scrapebox so you should watch them and learn new material as well:

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    http://www.scrapebox.com/usage-guide/
     
  7. losille

    losille Junior Member

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    The Scrapebox video guides are not very clear on keyword placement.

    If you watch the Blog Commenting Video he never says where your keyword or anchor text goes.

    He doesn't use keywords as the name. If you look at what he is posting the only thing he is getting up is his link (google.com in the example) is where you asked if you have a website.

    There is no anchor text or keywords in the sample comments he shows.

    If you read "The Comment Poster" it is not very clear on how many options you have.

    This is one example that you can put in your comment or at the end of your Comment.
    <a href=?http://www.yoursite.com?>{Click Here|Visit This}</a>

    <a href=?{http://www.yoursite.com|http://www.yourblog.com}?>{Click Here|Visit This}</a>


    Again there is no mention of your keyword. But that is how you would vary your anchor text.
    <a href=?{http://www.yoursite.com|http://www.yourblog.com}?>{cats|cat food|cat health|cat diets}</a>

    The last part is linklock.

    I don't understand where you put the

    http://www.catsite.com {cats|cat food|cat health|cat diets}

    When you create an account instead of a persons name it will say cat food and website will be catsite.com if you click on the poster's name.

    If you put this in your website.txt you can rotate your anchor text. You have to have the name.txt but it will ignore the names.

    One experienced Scrapebox user said that her names.txt is a mixture of her keyword and generated name.

    The one thing they don't mention is that if you have a link in your comment text it is more likely to be rejected.

    I hope this helps.