Does Comment Spamming with Site's that have Ads Piss off Panda?

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  1. bertbaby

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    I have done a number of IM projects with Scrapebox and have had some moderate success with ranking pages for some nice keywords. Usually, it's a well spun, literate comment that I use with good proxies, with the blast numbering in the tens of thousands linking to an aged domain. Nothing crazy and recently I did a blast and have seen the Google dance with mostly positive results occurring a couple weeks later.

    Anyway I got a dozen aged domains that I don't need anymore and I figure why not build some links and traffic and then sell them. Simple right? But as I was reviewing the sites I noticed some were running ads, others were not. So here's my question should I remove the ads, and then blast? Later, after the pages move in SERP then can I add the ads. Or should I blast away with the ads in place?

    In other words does Google's spam radar go up when you blast links to a page that has ads? Or is it more a matter of the content looking okay, no ED products for example, with an appropriate numbers of ads?

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    Come on BHW, 43 views and no opinions?

    Really, nobody cares to opine?
     
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