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GSA - how to write blog comments that stick?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Satans Apprentice, Sep 4, 2013.

  1. Satans Apprentice

    Satans Apprentice Newbie

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    Can anyone point to some ideas on how to write automated blog comments that stick? Looking for something to spin and use with GSA.
     
  2. stanleyreporb

    stanleyreporb Regular Member

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    Use macros because its 10x more effective than spinning. Best part is...you can even spin the macros that you write.

    Sven wrote a whole file of macros that you can use with GSA. Some ideas you can use are macros to automatically take the website page title, insert referrer, etc
     
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    watsonovedades Senior Member

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    Any good link or tutorial too start using macros? i've been looking for good tutorial but havent found one yet

    Thanks
     
  4. stanleyreporb

    stanleyreporb Regular Member

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    Nope, haven't found 1 yet. Most GSA users who use macros are too busy optimizing their SEO campaigns.

    But if you read it 3-5 times, you will get how to use them. It took me 3-5 times to get the hang of it.
     
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    prlinkssale Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    honestly if you are using software to make comments sticks Is really a numbers game. to create comments that arent overly spinned and also appealing to sites you are posting is pretty difficult. I would create 10-50 comments and spin them slightly. Then launch a campaign with this pool of comments. Its not guarantee but you have a better chance of of not sending crap comments out that will get deleted fast
     
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    DBMEDIALLC Junior Member

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    ^^ I haven't done too much automated commenting lately, but I'd definitely say Macros are a good recommendation. When you can personalize the comment to match some of the things on the site like the title, url, etc. it's going to look manually written.