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Keywords and scrapebox

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by atticanibal, May 20, 2012.

  1. atticanibal

    atticanibal Senior Member

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    hey BHW :) I'm kinda new with SB and still learning my ways with it . What i wanna ask is that , is it important to search for .edu site ( or any ) with keywords related to your niche to get your site ranked for google or is any keyword good as long as you get some high PR sites ?
    Ty :)
     
  2. volund

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    It is not really an either or thing. Getting pretty much any PR link is good. Getting one from a related page better. Getting one from a related page with very few obl's is the best.

    Find as many as you can and then separate them into groups. The good ones for your money site, slightly less good for your tier one pages and the rest for your higher tiers.
     
  3. aferguson3

    aferguson3 Registered Member

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    I found this info previous on a BHW post and added some other footprints I use as well. Here is step by step guide to putting your keywords to best use.

    Step 1. Save this code in text file
    Code:
    ?powered by wordpress? ?leave a comment?Inurl:.edu ?Powered by wordpress?
    Inurl:.gov ?Powered by WordPress?
    Inurl:.ac.uk ?Powered by wordpress?
    Inurl:.edu ?Powered by BlogEngine.NET 1.4.5.0?
    Inurl:.gov ??Powered by BlogEngine.NET 1.4.5.0?
    Inurl:.ac.uk ?Powered by BlogEngine.NET 1.4.5.0?
    ?Powered by BlogEngine?
    ?Powered by Blogsmith?
    ?powered by Typepad?
    ?powered by scoop?
    inurl:%KW% ?Powered by BlogEngine? %KW%
    inurl:%KW% ?Powered by Blogsmith? %KW%
    inurl:%KW% ?Powered by Typepad" %KW%
    ?powered by wordpress? %KW%
    ?Powered by BlogEngine? %KW%
    ?Powered by Blogsmith? %KW%
    ?%KW%? ?This site uses KeywordLuv?
    %KW% "no comments posted yet"
    %KW% ?why not be the first to have your say?
    %KW% ?there are currently no comments for this post?
    ?powered by wordpress? ?why not be the first to have your say? %KW%
    ?powered by wordpress? ?no comments posted yet? %KW%
    ?powered by wordpress? ?why not be the first to have your say? %KW%
    ?Powered by BlogEngine? ?why not be the first to have your say? %KW%
    ?Powered by BlogEngine? ?no comments posted yet? %KW%
    ?Powered by BlogEngine? ?why not be the first to have your say? %KW%
    ?Powered by Blogsmith? ?there are currently no comments for this post? %KW%
    ?Powered by Blogsmith? ?no comments posted yet? %KW%
    ?Powered by Blogsmith? ?why not be the first to have your say? %KW%
    ?powered by wordpress? %KW%
    "leave a comment" %KW%
    "leave a reply" %KW%
    "reply" %KW%
    ?comment? %KW%
    ?This site uses KeywordLuv? %KW%
    site:.gov ?powered by wordpress? %KW%
    site:.gov ?Powered by BlogEngine? %KW%
    site:.gov ?Powered by Blogsmith? %KW%
    ?Powered by BlogEngine? %KW%
    ?Powered by Blogsmith? %KW%
    "Enable CommentLuv" ATVs
    "@YourKeywords""ATVs"
    "This site uses KeywordLuv"
    inurl:.gov+inurl:blog
    site:.edu inurl:wp-login.php +blog
    site:.gov inurl:wp-login.php +blog
    site:.edu inurl:?wp-admin? +login
    site:.edu inurl:blog ?post a comment?
    site:.edu inurl:blog ?post a comment? ??comments closed? -?you must be logged in? ?keyword?
    site:.edu ?no comments? +blogroll -?posting closed? -?you must be logged in? -?comments are closed?
    site:.gov ?no comments? +blogroll -?posting closed? -?you must be logged in? -?comments are closed?
    inurledu|gov) ?no comments? +blogroll -?posting closed? -?you must be logged in? -?comments are closed?
    site:.edu inurl:blog ?comment? -?you must be logged in? -?posting closed? -?comment closed? ?keyword?
    keyword blog site:.edu
    keyword +inurl:blog site:.edu
    site:.edu ?powered by wordpress? %KW%
    site:.edu ?Powered by BlogEngine? %KW%
    site:.edu ?Powered by Blogsmith? %KW%
    "leave a comment"
    "leave a reply"
    "reply"
    ?comment?
    inurl:blogs.allocine
    "leave a" "100..15000 Responses"
    "leave a" "100..15000 Comments"
    "deja un" "100..15000 comentarios"
    "????????" "100..15000 ???????????" %KW%
    site:.edu ?powered by wordpress? %KW%
    site:.edu ?Powered by BlogEngine? %KW%
    site:.edu ?Powered by Blogsmith? 
    inurl:%KW% ?Powered by BlogEngine? %KW%
    inurl:%KW% ?Powered by Blogsmith? %KW%
    inurl:%KW% ?Powered by Typepad" %KW%
    ?powered by wordpress? ?why not be the first to have your say? %KW%
    ?powered by wordpress? ?no comments posted yet? %KW%
    ?powered by wordpress? ?why not be the first to have your say? %KW%
    ?Powered by BlogEngine? ?why not be the first to have your say? %KW%
    ?Powered by BlogEngine? ?no comments posted yet? %KW%
    ?Powered by BlogEngine? ?why not be the first to have your say? %KW%
    ?Powered by Blogsmith? ?there are currently no comments for this post? %KW%
    ?Powered by Blogsmith? ?no comments posted yet? %KW%
    ?Powered by Blogsmith? ?why not be the first to have your say? %KW%
    "powered by wordpress" | "Powered by MovableType" | "?Powered by BlogEngine.NET" | "powered by b2evolution"
    Step 2: Add your keywords in scrapebox keywords

    Step 3: Click the custom footprint radio above the keyword box and make sure the custom footprint box is empty. Now click the M and open the text file you saved from step one.

    Step 4: Harvest and enjoy


    These footprints have been what works best for me and obviously im sure there are more out there that I do not have here. Hope this helps.