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putting anchor text URL into scrapebox comment

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by weBay, Feb 27, 2011.

  1. weBay

    weBay Senior Member

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    Hi ,

    I want to put an anchor text url into the comment in scrapebox. I want it in the actual written comment section so I can surround it with some good content ( I have an autoapprove list)

    I have been advised to use:
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    <a href=?%WEBSITE%?>%NAME%</a>
    but when I test in scrapebox before posting all I get is a clickable URL with the anchor text written afterwards next to a quote mark and a closing html bracket thingy.

    EG: It come out looking like this: www.myurl.com ">my keyword

    I have searched around but can't find the answer. Any clues? It must be something pretty straightforward but I don't know what!

    Thanks.
     
  2. nethead01

    nethead01 Regular Member

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    just put they keywords you want for anchor text in the names field..

    works like a charm!
     
  3. carrepairs12

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    <a href="url">Link text</a>
     
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    <a href="links.txt">names.txt</a>
     
  5. dragonlube

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    You are correct sir, though take into account this might not always work, it depends on the platform and setting the site your posting on, on some of them it might show simply as text "<a href="url">Link text</a>" I would just put the keyword as your name, thats the guaranteed way of doing it.
     
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  6. carrepairs12

    carrepairs12 BANNED BANNED

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    Great Idea:D
     
  7. weBay

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    When i tried this I just got a hyperlink to 'links.txt' with the anchor text 'names.txt' scrapebox did not attempt to use the data I had stored in those files..

    What I want is for scrapebox to select one of the urls I a have in my website list with one of the names for anchor text. I want this in the comment box so I can create some relevant content around the link...
     
  8. weBay

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    basically using the token %WEBSITE% messes it up for some reason and wont let me add anchor text.
     
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    ah bollocks to it .. just gonna use the name field as anchor text as usual...
     
  10. dragonlube

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    yea, it doesnt work that way, you have to spin your the keywords in the actuall comment.txt for scrapebox to do it.
     
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    This is definitely a bug with scrapebox. If I manually put this into a comment:

    <a href="website">keyword</a>

    the comment is fine, however if I use the scrapebox tokens, it doesnt work. After analysing the source code it appears that scrapebox replaces the quotes with HTML entities ", etc. which shows the quote, but doesnt allow you to do much else with it, and obviously doesnt work for a valid link.

    I hope this gets fixed soon because it is much more convenient to have the backlink placed inline instead of at the name portion, and you can bet it wont take long for the big G to not pass juice through those name anchors. It's common sense that those are used for spam and surely their algo isn't THAT stupid.

    Just my 2 cents.
     
  12. jerra

    jerra Regular Member

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    Has anybody got anymore ideas about this?

    I still don't know the best way to add URL and keyword.

    I am thinking www.domain.com keyword in the site field?
     
  13. sanzdee

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    HTML:
    < a href="xttp://your domain" title="test" rel="nofollow" > your Keyword </a>
    may be like this?