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How to find high pagerank auto approve blogs

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by thisismymp3, Nov 12, 2010.

  1. thisismymp3

    thisismymp3 Power Member

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    hello folks i feel in a giving mood , so heres my step by step booklet to get you on track to getting your own auto approve list using scrapebox

    step 1- get scrapebox
    step 2- harvest a wordpress list of 20k blogs with a keyword of your choice
    step 3- comment on all of them
    step 4- extract successful posted urls in a text file
    step 5- i think sb has this BUT i use IBP and run them in their back link checker
    step 6- i look for all the blogs with a checkmark that says links back
    step 7- i take those urls i put them in sb urls harvested, i trim to page root
    step 8- i then run scrapebox's addon, link extractor, chances are if they approved this comment all their blog posts have comments on them
    step 9- i get this list of all the urls with all the blog posts and run scrapebox's pr checker on them and save the ones pr1-9
    step 10- i save the list, collecet em, trade em with my friends if i had, and even break up the posts and sell em on fiverr or double penetration

    then i SPAM THE SHIT OUT OF THEM TILL THEY HAVE NO MORE COMMENTS LEFT AND THE PAGE BECOMES WORTHLESS

    Just kidding, i use it wisely and dont overspam....

    play nice kids
     
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  2. yousefgreat

    yousefgreat Regular Member

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    Good approach.. I am sure lots of ppl r doing the same :)

    Thanks for sharing.
     
  3. PerryM

    PerryM Newbie

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    Trimming to page root is VERY important - or you will catch 1/100 of the total links you can get.
     
  4. thisismymp3

    thisismymp3 Power Member

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    yep i bet,but how many people use sb to its full potential and how many copies of scrapebox were sold so far you think?

     
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    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    Excellent.

    That´s parasiting at it´s best.
     
  6. PerryM

    PerryM Newbie

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    I've been doing this exact recipe for weeks now and the results are jaw-dropping.

    I bought a PC just to run SB and use my Sprint Evo cell phone in tethered mode to power the internet on my main PC. I get about 2 MBs/second since we have Sprint 4G in our area. We get 20 MBS in my neigherhood with Charter Communications that all goes to SB 24/7!

    My Evo runs the internet and the phone is charging and I get to use the phone normally as if it were not tethered. I could pay for the hot-spot feature of $30/mo, power up to 8 of my other PCs via the Wi-Fi and not have a cable to my PC but I'd have to power the phone anyway.

    Just a thought as Black Friday approaches and PCs are now being sold for the price of a nice dinner at Outback for the family. You may already have a second internet connection right in your pocket.
     
  7. thisismymp3

    thisismymp3 Power Member

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    hahaha yeah, true, its worth it if you run a hardcore operation imagine 10 pcs with scrapebox on all day scraping and commenting dam
     
  8. martinact420

    martinact420 Junior Member

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    step 10- i save the list, collecet em, trade em with my friends if i had, and even break up the posts and sell em on fiverr or double penetration

    If I had any friends at all....
     
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  9. vampirerocks123

    vampirerocks123 Regular Member

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    This is some great stuff. I used scrapebox simply for commenting. This would be a great resource plan for me. Thanks
     
  10. iShred

    iShred Registered Member

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    why is trimming to page root so important again?

    I'm new to sb..

    and if the site's blog is like thissite.com/blog/, wouldn't that screw it up? I just looked at one of my lists and there are tons of em in there like that
     
  11. charlie3

    charlie3 Senior Member

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    Anyone can correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe you trim down to root to find all blog posts on that domain.

    For example, if the main domain is a PR 6 there may be blog posts with PR 1 or 2 or even PR 6. You may have scraped the PR 1 blog post, but you're missing out on the rest of the higher PR blog posts if you don't trim down to root and scrape the rest of the blog posts from the site.

    That's what I think is correct, but like I said I would appreciate if anyone could correct me if I'm wrong.
     
  12. THUNDERELVI

    THUNDERELVI Elite Member

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    But I thought Google considers all these backlinks(from different pages of the same domain) as only 1 backlink right?

    What is the purpose of gaining hundreds of backlinks from the same domain if they only count as 1? Just to increase the PR? PR doesn't mean shit, at least for me.
     
  13. bakxos

    bakxos Regular Member

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    I dont think that links from the same domain are worthless to be honest. They might not worth as much as a link from a different ip but a link is a link. What the op said is quite handy to be honest.

    Just to supplement the op's post, you can take it a bit further and follow what its been said on BHW quite many times. In other words, find the autoapprove from your first run and then run the link extractor and get all the outbounds links of these blogs. What you have is guys that found this blog before you.
    Run backlink checker,blast, check etc and you can start building an autoapprove list of your own.
     
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  14. Largo

    Largo Newbie

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    I also use TCP-Z :Windows TCP half open connection for maximize potential of s/box
    +S/Box settings>>adjust maximum connections + some .ini changes
    With that S/B is a wild horse :)
     
  15. cabbage

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    Discuss .ini changes.
     
  16. Bostoncab

    Bostoncab Elite Member

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    At the very least wouldn't it be multiple links from the same ip? Kind of a waste I think.

    Get a Majestic SEO report on your biggest competitor and it will tell you have many links come into their site from different IP addresses. You can buy a Majestic report from member lewi for $5.00


     
  17. onething1

    onething1 Junior Member

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    this is the part that doesnt make any sense.

    when i run link extractor, even if i run it to only find internal links it just won't find 'all the other blog posts on that domain', like this post seems to be claiming.

    it just finds random pages 99 per cent of which are useless.

    are u sure u explained it right?
     
  18. HunKirk

    HunKirk Newbie

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    It looks great opportunity, and I'm new at Sb and I'll try this solution. Thanx for the idea.
     
  19. dzepe

    dzepe Junior Member

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    This was already featured a few times. Just check the threads from the last week in this forum
    nothing new

    P.S:
    when u get link extractor use only external links gl
     
  20. onething1

    onething1 Junior Member

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    you mean ''links back'' goes in the custom footprint box in sb?