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Do You Find That Your Comments Get Accepted When Using Keyword as Name?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tobylitrell, Feb 23, 2012.

  1. tobylitrell

    tobylitrell Newbie

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    I recently got Scrapebox and have used it a bit on some auto approve blogs, but my question is more for the higher PR blogs or really just the ones which are moderated.

    It seems to me that if you leave a comment on some .EDU blog about whatever the subject matter they're discussing... even if you come up with the greatest topical reply to their post, if you use your name as your keyword then it seems to me that it would SIGNIFICANTLY decrease the chance that they'll approve it. If you go ahead and leave your name as "Discount Doggy Treats", I feel like it's very unlikely that they'll take you seriously and they'll also know that you're just there for a self serving reason.

    I'd love to get some thoughts here. I've really never done commenting before so I don't know what the norm is; those are just my assumptions. Am I wrong here?