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Is this possible with scrapebox?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by houseaz, Oct 12, 2010.

  1. houseaz

    houseaz Regular Member

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    Is it possible, I've read just about every tut I can get my hands on, for SB during the posting process to scan the post and see if there are any keywords which could then be used as a token replacement in the comment?

    (obviously keywords could be identified via the typical html tags like bold/strong etc)

    The benefit here is that you could pick a keyword from the actual post itself and incorporate it into the generic comment for even more legitimacy...

    thoughts?
     
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    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    Interesting, I´ve already heard that somewhere...

    However, won´t you just include in the comment the main keyword you´re scraping websites for? Using this I´ve been achieving high(70%) rates of success when posting, with a 10% posted right away.
     
  3. yesman906

    yesman906 Newbie

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    Hey blackrat

    If you are putting your main keyword in the comments, the one you are scraping for, then are you only scarping relevant blogs within that niche?

    My guess is you probably are.

    I am posting on blogs from all over niches as a test right now. I am getting 40-50% success. Is there any other things in my settings that could help my success rate?
     
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    even at @ fg percent your acceptance rate is ok.
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    These tokens can be used in the comments:

    There isn't any token for keywords, problem is if you grab something in bold like you said by identifying the bold html it could be menu text or similar. Your comment could turn out "Great post about Click Here to Contact Us i enjoyed it"... Then you really would look like a spammer. :)
     
  6. Spaceman

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    Getting it out of the title isnt really a good idea either as you wont always match topic.

    IE Title Meta is "My Blog Page About ME"
    But the post on that page is about "ME's" remote control cars.

    The thing is - that by definition if you scrape using very targetted keywords - and your comments are written by you to contain info about those targetted keywords - then in theory your comments should "kind of" match the blog anyway.

    Ive thought a lot about this myself - but I always come back to.....its a no goer.
     
  7. MaxTucker

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    How about getting it from the tag cloud which a lot of WP blogs have or the keyword list?
     
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    Or what if it searches for the most commonly used words on the page but excludes words such as 'but', 'and', 'the'?

    For example if it a a post about golf. Inevitably the world 'golf' will be used in the post and in the real comments a lot. So if the software creates a list of the most commonly used words and ignore words like and, but, the you should get a decent list. I would at the very least be worth a try?

    I realise it will inevitably get some wrong but with a lot of refinement we could have a decent hit-rate. My WP blog has an auto-tag feature which analyses my post and outputs post tags. The concept would be similar.
     
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    trapmuzik Junior Member

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    One thing I have noticed when harvesting blogs based on keywords is that the keyword may be in the comments from another spammer and you end up commenting on a blog that has nothing to do with your target keyword. It might make more sense to use the inurl footprint to target keywords if you plan on trying to use the keyword to to post on blogs to appear to be on topic.