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Posting comments on high PR blogs - How?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by IMpossible, Aug 8, 2013.

  1. IMpossible

    IMpossible Supreme Member

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    Hi guys,

    I'm trying to get some backlinks for my web 2.0 properties by blog commenting.
    Now I wonder how a typical comment would look like.

    Just "Check out my site: myweb2.0site.com"?

    What's the best way to automatize this process?

    Cheers,

    "IMp"
     
  2. vjchere

    vjchere Power Member

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    Use scrapebox. You can also buy a service from BST section. You can write anything in comment. Spin it and submit via scrapebox.
     
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  3. IMpossible

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    Allright and how does a typical comment look like if I did it manually by hand?
     
  4. BassTrackerBoats

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    Scrapebox is the best tool out there for blog comments! Usually you just put your URL as the homepage, and keyword or just a random name as the name of the poster, then Wordpress links them up.

    Try scraping using your keywords and some footprints (lots shared over here - just use the search function) using the merge tool and you'll get the hang of it after a few days of scraping/posting.
     
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  5. IMpossible

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    Yeah guess I will give it a try.
     
  6. Chang47

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    Scrapebox all the way for automation. You might look around here for some general comments people gave out as freebies for you to use.

    But if you're manually building links, what I do is that I first read the article and then post something about the post, maybe bring a new point, a question, comment on something in the article or another comment, etc. Usually there's an option to put your website so I put my site there, otherwise I put my site in the comment at the end (but that might reduce chances of approval)
     
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    The comment doesn't really have to "come check out my site" because its unlikely that humans will read these comments, just scrape comments spin them unique and blast away if you keep using the same comment you will leave a footprint. A lot of web 2.0 properties are blacklisted and rates can be quite low I normally just buy a few cheap domains and 301 redirect them to either web 2.0 or direct.
     
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    That's so original. You can also go with:"Hey I saw this picture of you, haha, it's so funny -insert link here-"
     
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    If you just want to spam up lots of comments for your web 2.0s then GSA with a load of proxies and capchas will do that fine.

    use a spintax to leave different comments ....but no matter how well you set it up its always spam. I spend 40 seconds every morning deleting 200 comments from my sites. All spam looks the same. If you want quality that actually sticks try speed reading the article and adding something relevant to the conversation.
     
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  10. IMpossible

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    Those are some wise words. Now I began the procedure. When posting comments by hand, you can read the article first and have your anchor related to the content of the article you are commenting. However if you do it with ScrapeBox, you can not do this and it will just use spun comments, right?
     
  11. vjchere

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    If you are doing it by hand then write a comment that somehow meet to that actual page. That way you will have a high chance of approval. If its an auto approved spammed page then write anything.
     
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  12. IMpossible

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    This is indeed true. But I fear I will not catch up with tools like ScrapeBox which can post hundreds of comments, if not thousands per hour.