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For Best Scrapebox Commenting Results, This Is What You Do!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ramtripper, May 9, 2011.

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  1. ramtripper

    ramtripper BANNED BANNED

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    For the BEST Scrapebox commenting results use the following settings:


    • 90 second timeout (fast poster)

    • Minimum 10 private proxies

    • Maximum 50 connections (fast poster and trackbacks)

    • Randomized submission: Go to - Settings>Randomize Comment Poster Blogs List


    If you've got more to add... do so!
     
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  2. HOmERCIdAL

    HOmERCIdAL Regular Member

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    I am at work today but I will of course try these settings and post back with my findings

    Thanks, just need to find decent public proxies now!
     
  3. ramtripper

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    tell me how it goes. should be good :)

    ****also**** NEVER use Faster Poster Connection Balancing!
     
  4. daveguy

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    Good tips- Does anyone have any good guides on how to use the RSS function on SB. I've had it for months and I can't figure it out nor can I find any guides on the subject.
     
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    Simply as pasting links you would like in the rss feed in the harvester, export as rss feed, submit the rss feed to the services already saved in the scrapebox folder.
     
  6. HOmERCIdAL

    HOmERCIdAL Regular Member

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    Now you tell me!

    Lol, im just going through a list at the moment. It would explain that from a list of 609 I had 599 failed.

    That is with 10 private proxies from squidproxies.

    Any help would be appreciated. Why should we never use the fast connection balancing?.
     
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    Oh lol. Ok so I'm assuming by "pasting links you would like" are you saying links to the blog where we left our comment...
     
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    Well thats simply not true. You may have never had a need for it, but other people might. Perhaps instead of making blanket statements telling people not to use something that might help them, instead it could be more prudent to each them how it works.

    Fast poster connection balancing pauses every 500 posts to allow windows elements, such as the windows messaging system to catch up. This can be particularly helpful if you are having problems with crashes with fast poster or if you are running on a slower machine.

    Fast poster connection balancing is intended as a solution for those having issues, not for everyone, so you should start out without it off and if you have a lot of crashes or issues then you can try it and see if it helps.

    Fast poster connection balancing shouldn't reduce your success rate, but it will slow you down if you don't need it.


    Also as for connections. I wouldn't make a blanket statement that you shouldn't go over 50 connections. Learning how to use an automation tool is about learning how it works and what it does. If you have a slow internet connection, home based ISP, slow machines etc... then you might not want to go over 20 connection or even 10.

    However if you have the resources scrapebox has the power. I run dedicated servers with 8 pysical cores, hyper threaded at 16 cores, 12GB of RAM and 1000Mbit connections. I can pump up to 500 connections and 30 sec timeouts and get great success .

    The best thing to do is start at 10 connections and turn the connections up. Hit 20, 40 , 60, 80 etc... use the same list and see where the success tapers off. Then you can play with the timeouts seprately and see where success tapers off. You can kind of get an idea of what the best settings are.

    Don't get me wrong mate, I am not saying you have bad suggestions, but I am of the school of thought that if you "give a man a fish he will eat today, but if you teach a man to fish then he will eat for the rest of his life"

    Good contribution overall, a lot of people start to high on their connections and wonder why they have low success.

    I have a guide on how to index your links with RSS. It may not be exactly what you are after, but it should give you the concept of RSS anyway.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3SzAFBEKew
     
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  9. ramtripper

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    ah thank you loopline. I did forget to mention these are settings for a normal home based, cable modem connection. I have a powerful computer myself, the bottle neck is the cable modem. But regardless, unless your using anything over a 20Mbit connection, 50 is an ideal connection maximum to get a high success. Also, the 90 second timeout is to stop sb from disconnecting before it might successfully post. And ive noticed with 90 it gets an extra 5-10% success.
     
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    What is the point of randomized submission?
     
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    love a simple thread like this! thanks : )
     
  12. lancis

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    I believe it is relevant only when your list has too many posts from the same domain.

    Fetching many posts at once from the same domain might be slow, and you will hit the timeout. Or under certain conditions (few proxies, same link) Aksimet might ban you. Randomization reduces the risk.
     
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    I've mentioned this before but I'll mention it again here.

    Run your failed posts through another scrapebox mission - sometimes you'll get up to 30% success rate.

    You can even run a 3rd time - you'll get less than 10% success though.
     
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    ah of course i forgot to mention this. Yea guys, you want to squeeze out as much as you can out of your lists. If it's already an AA list youve compiled, just run your sites through it a bunch of it times since itll keep picking up more each time. I've ran lists through 8 - 9 times and gotten every link from a list I compiled. (that took some luck of course since no sites died, lol).
     
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    It avoids a "potential" mini DDoS on a server. Scrapebox sorts lists alphabetically in order to more quickly remove duplicates and other features. If you have 2000 urls from the same domain and you have connections set to 500 and you hit the first 500, its going to try and load 500 pages from the webserver at once. If its a low end server that could crash the server or cause it to lag to the point that it can't load any pages, in which case you can't comment on them. So you lose those, same if your link checking them.

    If you then continuted to fire away the rest of the 2000 and the server didn't have a chance to recover it could crash or create a denial of service and ban your proxies. In which case you just lost all those links, and if your using private proxies and you ips are banned you can't try again. (prob temp ban if any) Its the premise anyway.

    Ranomize and its only loading a few pages from each domain at once at worst. At that point it looks like normal traffic.
     
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  16. jrtaylor

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    Would there be a benefit of running SB on a VPS? Not so much for freeing up one's personal PC but for privacy concerns?
     
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    VPS is great idea for person who doesn't have fast internet connection. Usually VPS have a 100mbps speed and you can run blasting your site 24/7
     
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    Great information - thanks I was trying to figure this out :)
     
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    Thanks for the post. Already had these settings (from a blog elsewhere), but now I know that scrapebox has it's own randomize I can stop using blog analyser to do it (same blog gave me that tip - might have been outdated).

    Still fairly new the this whole thing :)
     
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    Good, simple advice that everyone should know.

    Most people overlook the fact that these few changes can drastically change your success ratio with Scrapebox.