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my scrapebox strategy

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by djc225, Mar 7, 2012.

  1. djc225

    djc225 Junior Member

    Aug 18, 2011
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    since i've only started threads asking for help and advice, thought i might share something myself...

    i've spent a lot of time playing with scrapebox and its an amazing tool, but I have other things to do than babysit it all day so I've come up with a streamlined approach to using scrapebox effectively

    here's what i do:

    * generate keywords
    * harvest urls wordpress
    * harvest urls blogengine
    * harvest urls movable type
    * Break down into groups of 100,000 URLs (post to batches over time)

    * save successful posts to "success" folder
    * save failed posts to be checked later
    * post to failed urls
    * save successful posts to "success" folder
    * move failed posts to "manual" folder - don't delete, might still be worthwhile for manual commenting after checking edu, gov, high PR, ect
    * scrape additional urls for "success" domains
    * break additional urls into batches and post

    I'm doing very high volumes running 4 instances of scrapebox on a vps 24/7. I've come to the conclusion that I simply dont want to spend time checking links, creating auto approve lists, rechecking to see if what scrapebox missed on the first run, ect. The way i see it, I dont really care if the successful posts are auto approved or not. some will be, most wont, but if I've spun some decent comments then there's a good chance that many of them will be approved given time. This will give me a steady stream of backlinks as people approve them and will help my footprint look natural to big g.
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