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Format for equal anchor distribution in Scrapebox?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by christianbed, May 29, 2012.

  1. christianbed

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    I want to send trackbacks to one url but for multiple anchor texts, and I need to have the same # of submits per anchor. So if this was my campaign setup, how do I distribute 25% of the submits to each? I am sure there is a simple solution but I have searched high and low, but have come up with nothing.

    Anchor1
    abc. com

    Anchor2
    abc. com

    Anchor3
    abc. com

    Anchor4
    abc. com
     
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    Just to be clear, these are trackbacks...
     
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    Try using spintax for your anchors. Eg.

    {Anchor1|Anchor2|Anchor3|Anchor4}
    abc.com
     
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    Nope, spintax doesn't work for trackbacks man, only for blog comments (which kinda sucks!).

    Unlike blog comments, spintax looks like this when posted as a trackback:

    {Anchor1|Anchor2|Anchor3|Anchor4} <==this becomes the anchor
    this is a great blog!

    For trackbacks, the format is what I posted below. Since this is for a client, I need to do it properly, and we're talking about massive runs with a couple dozen anchors, so swapping stuff in and out isn't an option. I absolutely need to have the submits as evenly distributed as possible.

    Anchor1
    abc. com

    Anchor2
    abc. com

    Anchor3
    abc. com

    Anchor4
    abc. com​


     
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    Thanks man...I'm bookmarking that puppy and it will definitely save me some time, no doubt, but I'm still not certain that sb will balance the submits equally. I've raised it to loopline...I'll try to remember to post his reply here in case others are curious.
     
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    From loopline:

    Yes spintax does not work with trackbacks.

    But you can't do what you are wanting to do, at least not as its written.

    Each of your urls you want to promote can only be submitted to each blog url 1 time.

    So if you have blog url

    yyyyyy.com

    and you want to submit


    blue widgets
    bluewidgets.com

    widgets
    bluewidgets.com

    You can't, because once the yyyyyy.com has a trackback link on it from bluewidgets.com it won't accept another, thats just how trackbacks work. It Would accept a link from bluewidgets.com/page1.htm

    If you wanted to only get one of your sites your promoting on one blog url, then you would do like you said and put

    Anchor1
    abc. com

    Anchor2
    abc. com

    Anchor3
    abc. com

    Anchor4
    abc. com

    It won't be a Perfect distribution of anchors, but it will be roughly close +- a little.