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Does anyone use Scrapebox for White Hat purposes?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by bitingsquirrel, Jul 6, 2010.

  1. bitingsquirrel

    bitingsquirrel Newbie

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    I just bought Scrapebox and was wondering how people are using this software other than comment spamming.
     
  2. mannclann

    mannclann Newbie

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    One way you can use it is to scrape high ranking blogs and then go make a "real" blog post. You can find forums for your niche markets and create profiles and become involved if you want.

    It is simply a tool, how you use it is up to you.
     
  3. MagicMike

    MagicMike Power Member

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    Yes, you can simply use manual posting and put in a real blog comment. Scrapebox will do the work and sorting to speed things up but you can place a real relevent comment.

    Unfortunately I don't know that there is a way of knowing whether its **************** or not... but it works fine for whitehat purposes.
     
  4. dannos

    dannos Newbie

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    the most white hat is high PR blog scraping. save them in a txt file, explore other posts from the same blogs -you get yourself a great place to post your real comments, over the time. just be smart regarding the comment content....
     
  5. ally3009

    ally3009 Newbie

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    fine line isn't it, you use scrapebox and scrape some blogs and try to create some slightly relevant comments, even more so if your targeting specific niche's.......blackhat by some........you buy a commenting service from WF and its whitehat.

    I've used both sites so far and frankly like BHW as I've learnt more here but none of the services i've used i'd strictly count as blackhat......ok well maybe xrumer for the sheer volume but I've seen services on WF for similar volumes