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In this thread discuss Scrapbox auto-approve success rates.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by skohh, Jun 8, 2011.

  1. skohh

    skohh Regular Member

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    Hi BHW.

    Firstly, scrapebox isn't for everyone and it really did honestly take me about 6 months to really come to grips with it.

    I finally have seen some success with it and I've started harvesting my own auto-approve list... I will share some ideas with you if you can help me answer this one question I can't seem to improve upon.

    My question is this:

    How come my success rate is significantly lower on a list of URL that I've already been successful at dropping a link in. (My list seen above, 42,795 PR 0-? Auto-approve list, some are virgin urls with only a few links on them.)

    One thought is that they get spammed maybe to the point where they block incoming posts, or delete the post altogether?

    BTW: I'm posting with public proxies... Would it improve If I got private ones. I have proxygo service on here and the proxies are always fresh.

    Best regards.
     
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    imagetypers Regular Member

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    Use private proxies when you post and you will get more success.
     
  3. skohh

    skohh Regular Member

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    That's what I imagined.

    How much of a difference is it? I just started out with IM so I'm not making money to put back into my business yet.
     
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  5. skohh

    skohh Regular Member

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    Awesome find, I bet I would get a much better response with private proxies... Also I'm using a wireless connection... I wonder if that might be an issue too... Bandwidth is there but I wonder about throughput
     
  6. skohh

    skohh Regular Member

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    Better results with freshly scraped and high latency filtered out... So it can still be improved with public proxy.
     
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    this is good for public proxies, but i get over 80% with private proxies...
     
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    Did you run any of the successes through link checker to validate the postings?

    Those figures would be interesting too.
     
  9. skohh

    skohh Regular Member

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    yeah typically I get huge success with link checker on my auto-approve list.. Obviously not all of them pass but it's usually huge in comparison.
     
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    JFoulds Power Member

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    Am I the only person who has found that, provided you aren't using horrifically spammed proxies already, public/private makes little difference? :confused:
     
  11. skohh

    skohh Regular Member

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    That's what I'm wondering.

    It makes sense that a proxy is well a proxy.

    But a spammed to shit proxy, well that's another story.
     
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    parsibagan Junior Member

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    I am a relatively new user and have got good results with public proxies. However, I would like to point out that I am not yet in that league where I can harvest `auto-approve' lists. Am learning a bit every day.
     
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    JFoulds Power Member

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    That's exactly what i've found, my public proxies (from good sources) get just as high as a success rate as people brag about from their private proxies!
     
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    Chrisss Senior Member

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    You will see a big difference from public to private proxies when you post.

    Remember to use a different mail list and different blog comment list, when you blast the same list multiple times.
     
  15. skohh

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    What about scrapebox over a wireless connection..> I know most wireless connections can handle the bandwidth but what about the 50 or so simultaneous connections? (throughput) Any limitations on this for the average home wireless router?