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Getting SB AA Lists

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by Emmett, Nov 4, 2011.

  1. Emmett

    Emmett Junior Member

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    Hiya,

    I bought Scrapebox, and have been using AA lists I have managed to find here on BHW as well as other places. I've been trying to make my own AA list though, to have for whenever I need a new blast.

    I'm having trouble on figuring out how to make an AA list though. I have looked through tutorials here, and followed a couple of people's different methods to building an AA list, but it always seems like it doesn't work out as well as it's presented by the OP?:confused:
    I can't even scrape blogs using my keywords, because almost every time I come up with no results. I don't know if this is common with no footprints, or just SB in general?

    I wanna be able to make my own AA list, even if it's slowly, with at least some automation. (I've tried gathering high PR AA links, by manual commenting, but that just takes too much time for a few AA links. Any suggestions/methods on how to do this?
    Would appreciate all and any feedback, thanks!

    Note: I am using public proxies for everything as of right now, but I just ordered 30 Private ones. Should I use the privates only for commenting and public for scraping, ect?
     
  2. volund

    volund Senior Member

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    Are you looking for blogs just related to your keywords or just AA blog posts that you can comment on? If you are just wanting AA blogs then you need to not just search for your keywords but all of them that you can come up with. Spread a wide net for better results.

    One thing to keep in mind is that you are going to have to scrape a lot of urls to find some AA blogs. It is going to be like sitting next to stream panning for gold, most of what you get is going to be dirt and worthless and you will have to filter all that out to find what is worth keeping. The process is not really difficult but it is a numbers game, you have to scrape very large numbers of urls to get any kind of decent sized list. I have one instance of Scrapebox doing nothing but scraping and testing and I still buy a good sized list or two each month so I have enough to post on.