Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by LarryKubiac, May 26, 2013.
Jumbasubmit or Scrapebox,
which would you recommend for a starter like me?
Scrapebox is the ultimate "internet" tool, I'd highly recommend starting with it.
Forget about blog commenting in the first place. It's in anyway only used for tier-2 links, and/or throw-away site's focused on short-term ROI.
If you start with SEO, focus on your content first & get relevant links from other forums/blogs(manual comments/guest posting), etc.
But yeah, Scrapebox is great for data-mining to find relevant places & to gather lot's of lot's of keywords.
Scrapebox. It has a quite high learning curve but with all the tutorial available online there is no reason not to get to learn how to use it properly. Also take into consideration the fact that SEO is not all about Scrapebox.
Scrapebox is more diverse and offers the option to chase a lot of quality links. You can build so much more then blog comments by filtering down your lists with scrapebox and only chasing what matters. I have a vid on it here:
Also that was recorded before the new page authority addon came out, so that could definitely be used as well.
I heard more and more blogs are moderated and not auto approve.
What is the success rate there in your opinion? When I don't use a public auto approve list (as they are spammed), how many links will show up after blasting let's say 10 000 comments with these tools?
Depending on the auto approve list quality. If you don't use a public AA list, you will have minimum 7k-8k links from a 10k blast.
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