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Easy Scrapebox Comments

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by goingreen, Jul 4, 2010.

  1. goingreen

    goingreen Regular Member

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    This just dawned on me while using both programs and finding scrapebox comments couldnt be easier without touching the spin function...

    Anyone that uses scrapebox has realized one of the toughest challenges is creating or finding decent comments. While comments that are actually pertinent to the particular blog without reading is still a challenge, check this out...


    USE TWEETS AS BLOG COMMENTS


    Tweet Attacks has a tweet scraper that allows you manipulate and SAVE tweets based on their '@mention' scraper ~> Export keyword rich scraped tweets ~> Save as TXT within Tweet Attacks ~> boom ~> Upload your brand new scrapebox comments.
     
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    ixrumer Regular Member

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    And dont forget to spin them :)
     
  3. koharski

    koharski Newbie

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    as a blog owner, let me tell you that the only way to get your comments approved is to write them yourself :)
     
  4. goingreen

    goingreen Regular Member

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    pr 2 or below not really worried about. 3 and up and id be more inclined to writing them myself, or in general i should say
     
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    I just write a few reasonable comments by hand and then use The Best Spinner to create the spin syntax for them.

    It doesn't take long to put together meaningful comments and only a few minutes to spin them. In the end, you'll end up with loads of unique comments .
     
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    raidel21 Regular Member

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    i also go to specific niche blogs and copy the comments that
    are there..lol

    Hey, if they were good enough to get approved
    they are good enough for me...lol
     
  7. blackieman

    blackieman Power Member

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    True, but if you focus your keywords to the exact theme of the page, then you have a high chance of success. e.g. if the theme of the page is about 'persian cats' then write something about persian cats and spin it, that should go thru.

    But if you do a general comment without keyword targeting in the comments, then success rate would be very low.
     
  8. goingreen

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    How are you doing that off a blind scrape ? Im scraping for keywords in my niche, but I often find people have irregular sites that appear in my results
     
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    blackieman Power Member

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    It is all a percentage game. The more targeted your scrape, and the more thoughful and longer your comment (spinned) the better results.
     
  10. goingreen

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    I suppose it all depends on the niche as well. Scrapebox is probably better for anchor text in higher pr sites in these situations where theres less related keywords to be had
     
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    G0D0VERY0U Regular Member

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    I love when people pretend to speak for everyone that owns a blog or a collection of blogs...
     
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    I actually find it's sort of 90% irrelevant comments (hence making you look really stupid) when you try to target a niche/keywords.

    This will make it obvious you are spamming, more so than if you were to write "hey, nice post!" because they realise you are trying to get one over on them. It's asking for a ban.
     
  13. G0D0VERY0U

    G0D0VERY0U Regular Member

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    Write better comments....

    I'm not going to go into this anymore. Anyone that makes large blanket statements concerning human action and reaction doesn't know as much as they think they do, that's all.
     
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    IMO, it's best to write your own comments and to post them manually from the URLs you've harvested.

    Even if it loses in the short term, manually posting strategically will always win.
     
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    thesaintv12 Junior Member

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    I agree. You can't really post too many comments each day anyway (sandbox experience here!) so you may as well pick the cream of your harvested crop and write proper comments.

    Look at what you are posting on, keep some records and you will soon end up with a list of gems which only you seem to know about.
     
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    I do this for anything PR3 and over for my niches.

    I need to get a better technique to filter PR2 and lower and automate that portion with a niche related comment.
     
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    just make like 30 word sentence then spin it not 2 hard
     
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    I second that, so when i write my comments I make sure every comment on my list is written personally by myself.

    I think my approval rate is at least 95% ...
     
  19. goingreen

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    Thats the catch though. Who has the time to sit down and manually post comments on high pr sites relevant to your niche. Am I lazy? Yea I am. But I got into website making to make money, not to spend time commenting on blogs.

    Outsourcing is obviously the ideal route, but who can shell out $300 a month to get a Filipino when you initially start out. I guess biting the bullet and consistly commenting at a low rate is the best option. Ive got a guy on freelance that is commenting for me for a month at $100 but god thats a pain in the neck as well.

    Its not that I cant comment manually or that Im bad at it, it just eats up soo much time of my time in the overall scheme of things. Id rather get focused on competition and what I need to do to maximize my site. But then again thats just me
     
  20. bigleftie

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    After harvest blogs, I am noticing that most of the specific URLS do not have any page rank at all. I get a few with PR=0, and mostly N/A.

    Some of the domains have PR (the highest I've found is PR=3), but not the blog pages themselves.

    If I comment on a blog at a domain with PR=2, but at a URL with PR=0, will I get Link Juice or not?