Loading mass fake review comments???

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by wacka_wacka, Apr 18, 2012.

  1. wacka_wacka

    wacka_wacka Junior Member

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    I've seen many product review blogs/pages out in the interwebs and I've been noticing more and more that they all load their sites with review style comments. I know for sure that they're fake. What's the best (easiest) way to do this?

    EXAMPLE:

    • I did some research on KW, and it looks like the product you promote on this site is the best one out there. Nice work!
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    • [​IMG]By Ben
      Posted on January 19, 2011 at 9:47 pm
      I actually just bought the KW supplement you guys recommend on here. I hope it works!
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    • [​IMG]By Brittney
      Posted on February 22, 2011 at 7:52 pm
      You guys should really be ranked higher on Google, this is by far the best information I've found on KW. Very interesting.
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      • [​IMG]By toni
        Posted on October 22, 2011 at 8:56 pm
        I was 198 pounds now 189 3 weeks it hepls but do have to stay away from excess rice pasta potates sugars go organic, stay away from fast food, boil, bake poultry i dont eat red meet raely may do Goat meet,do not endulge in sweets my swelling in my legs went away
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    • [​IMG]By Angela
      Posted on June 6, 2011 at 5:18 am
      Wow, thank you for doing so much research and putting up this information on KW! I love it! I will be checking back often to see what you guys add to this site
     
  2. aakon7

    aakon7 Regular Member

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    Well those don't look like reviews they look like comments. Your question asks about reviews so I will speak to that, you can grab them from Google places, Yelp, Citysearch etc ... and use them exactly like posted or spin them a little and post them. Then your site looks much better than these other ones.
     
  3. CyberSEO

    CyberSEO Senior Member

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    1. Don't add all the comments at once. Google will catch you. The comments and/or reviews must be added in a natural-like way. I mean when someone opens a post in the browser, your script must post the pre-made comment with some probability %. Personally I suggest the 1:20 rate. More post views -> more comments/reviews.

    2. Make sure to spin the comments gathered from other resources. And always post them under random names.
     
  4. futurestic06

    futurestic06 Supreme Member

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    Why its so important to do fake commenting? If you have a good product you don't have to do these fake things. Your confidence can drag you to the top position without any doubt.
     
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  5. aakon7

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    Totally agree but I work in ORM so it comes with the territory, usually when a client says they have no reviews available we do a quick search and find real ones to promote. My parents own a dot com doing millions a year and if you search for their company name there are no reviews that appear for them positive or negative, the reason for this is that they collect reviews using a solution that doesn't rank well in Google. So there are situations ...
     
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    I second your thoughts. Thank you for your comment.