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How To Find Do Follow Blogs With Scrapebox?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Dan Da Man, Nov 3, 2011.

  1. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    For some reason I have been having major problems finding good lists of do follow blogs with scrapebox. I know the add on in sb only finds do follow blogs for wordpress, but most of wordpress blogs are no follow. I hear that blog engine blogs are do follow, but I seem to keep finding no follows there as well. I have tried the check links trick with the Rel=?nofollow? Rel=?nofollow? added to website list, returning those that were not found as do follow. Again I had no results with this.

    I also tried keyword luv, but those were unrelated and spammed.

    I have tried multiple foot prints as well. Still, I find so few for how much work I have put in. I know I must be doing something wrong. And, yes I did use the search feature and I did not find anything that helps :)

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  2. goinviral

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    I moved away from blogs for my ******** stuff. However just blast nofollows to buffer pages to get a similar result. Funny thing is google says it doesnt take into account no follow links yet I have seen sites rank with only no follow blog comments. So I think Google are misinforming us once again.

    With no follow if you take it to it's logical conclusion and EVERYONE on the web starts using only no follows, Google will have to use no follow links as a ranking factor. I believe they already are and it is just another smoke screen.

    Don't get me wrong if I can find good do follow backlinks I take them but no follow will do if nothing else is available.
     
  3. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    I too have seen benefit in no follow links as well, but I want to grow a list of high or do follows that are related to my niche. Just as everything, I am looking to diversify. So, about those do follows. Anyone else? Lol
     
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    Here is what I do to build lists, its not exactly pointed toward answering your question, but it helps me find d0f0llow and n0foll0w alike, as well as some other good stuff (like pages with low OBLs). This method is basically letting other people do the work for you.

    I basically find a page that allows you to obtain a high value link (I look for high PR & d0foll0w mainly).

    If you find a page that is spammed to death then what you can do is use the link extractor addon to scrape all the OBLs. Nowadays I see a lot of people linking to their 2nd tier links (I love this). So basically I will get people's 2nd tier of links (which is good, because these web properties are what people are using scrapebox on). I see all your typical web 2.0s, AMR directories, etc.

    You then run the backlink checker for those OBLs. You will get a ton of URLs which you will then filter down however you like (removing dups, forums, etc). I get to the point where I remove dup domains (makes the next step easier).

    You can then do a couple of things with your filtered list, but I run it through blog analyzer, and save the good blogs. The blogs that indicate captcha are useful for finding blogs with low OBLs.

    Basically I then post to all the "good" blogs, and do a link check on that. Most say to run the failed a couple more times, but do as you like. I take the found links and consider those as unique domains.

    You can then expand you list by doing a "site:" added to your sites (Loopline has a video on doing this that can explain it better than I can here)

    While it may not be on point, I hope helps. This way allows me to build a list that has all sorts of different types of links. I am a big believer that if you building only d0foll0w links it would look unnatural to big G, so I don't bother filter my list into d0/n0-foll0w
     
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  7. webinaz

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    Thanks for this awesome post. I learned a lot from this post now i am able to get the ******** blogs fast and easy.
     
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    AFAIK Google is actually the only search engine to explicitly use nofollow links when determining the rank of a site. It's Bing/Yahoo that ignore them completely.