[HELP] a couple of scrapebox questions ...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by darrensss, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. darrensss

    darrensss Power Member

    Jun 10, 2010
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    1) i read everywhere that to be successful with SB you need to use proxies ....

    a) if i try and harvest urls using SB without proxies (using my home ip) what will happen? will google allow me to harvest 10/100/1000/10000 urls before it bans my ip?

    b) if i don't use proxies when posting to my urls i have harvested what will happen? if im posting to thousands of different blogs i wont need proxies? i understand that google will ban me after hitting them lots of times but when i post im only hitting the blog once and then moving onto the next blog? correct right ... ?

    c) how many times can i use a proxy with harvesting (google) and posting (blogs) before i need my next proxy? and how do i know when its useless? does SB alert me in anyway?

    2) posting multiple comments to blogs ...

    a) so i have posted a comment, does it save the url i have posted to? and if yes, im assuming i can use the url again to repost to the same blog?

    b) is there a way that i can check to see if my comment got posted? and if its a nofollow or ********? is this a feature of SB? or can you recommend a way/tool to do this?
  2. Makunouchi

    Makunouchi Registered Member

    Jun 12, 2012
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    Probably you will be banned within 15 seconds after start scraping the SERPs.

    Your IP will be blacklisted by services like Akismet, so any comment you submit will be flagged as spam because of your IP

    It depends of your connection speed and the queries(footprints) you're trying to use. The complex ones will get you banned faster. If you have like 10 proxies, try to use few connections so they can be rotated every 10 seconds or so. You have to tweak your settings until you find the right setup.

    When a proxy is banned, you'll notice that in Scrapebox

    Read the manual/watch youtube videos on YouTube.
    Search for loopline's channel. You'll find what you're looking for there.