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Question about scrapebox blasts and web 2.0

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by famalam, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. famalam

    famalam Registered Member

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    Hi,

    I see a few of the crappy scrapebox blast gigs on Fiverr offering 20.000+ links. I have a Tumblr blog which contains articles that link back to my money site. Is it a good idea, or even worth buying one of these crappy gigs and then blasting the tumblr site? To clarify, I want to buy a scrapebox blast gig and submit my tumblr 2.0 blog. Worth it?

    Also, when I submit an article, am I OK to just directly copy an article I've written for my blog, or do I have to spin my own content again?

    If anyone can answer both of those questions it would be great.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Lebron2727

    Lebron2727 Junior Member

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    directly copying will probably be a bad idea, blasting 2.0s is a good way to build backlinks
     
  3. hypefrenzy

    hypefrenzy Junior Member

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    scrapebox blasts are a common way to build backlinks to your tier two sites. i've heard mixed reviews about it lately but it still works for me. keep in mind a 20,000 scrapebox blast does not equal 20,000 backlinks
     
  4. famalam

    famalam Registered Member

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    Ah, thanks, I didn't realise that about Scrapebox. So I assume most won't stick?
     
  5. WhitePassion

    WhitePassion Elite Member

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    It depends on the quality of their lists.
    A lot will definitely be removed and a lot won't even pass moderation but it really depends on the gig, what their comment looks like etc.
     
  6. ronsmith

    ronsmith Newbie

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    Make sure you use a long tail keyword and not the exact one to blast your Web 2.0. I have seen quit a few cases where Web 2.0 rank better than the money site for a particular keyword.