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Question Regarding Posting to Autoapprove Lists

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by neodregan, Mar 14, 2011.

  1. neodregan

    neodregan Regular Member

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    Say for instance I have a huge auto approve list(100k+ URLS) and there are ALOT of duplicate domains/urls all in the same list.

    For example:

    domaina.com/blue-widgets
    domaina.com/red-widgets
    domaina.com/green-widgets

    Is it best practice to use the split duplicate domain function of scrapebox and split these duplicates down into individual lists for posting? Or can I just keep these different urls with a duplicate domain in the same list and post to them without regard?

    I'm thinking it might be better to split the list down, but then you run into the problem of having really big lists and there being multiple duplicates(40+) in the same list. Then it would become really time consuming to split the list down.

    Any advice on this?
     
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  2. shudogg

    shudogg Regular Member

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    My personal preference, I don't post to duplicate domains. I have a way to check if there are existing comments on the site (if so, then it must be postable with SB). You don't want to have a URL in your list that is for the archives page, or homepage, or categories page, which don't have a "add comment" spot. So I clean up my list to remove all pages that I can't post comments to. Then remove duplicate domains. With them being auto-approve, maybe get URL pageranks. If a site has a page with PR4 you can post to, and the rest are PR3 or lower.. then you don't want to remove the PR4 page.

    Everyone builds their own personal strategy, and steps to get it done. Try to filter the list as best as you can. It wont be perfect, but it will be better than posting to the same domain 20 times.
     
  3. scott8610

    scott8610 Junior Member Premium Member

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    I would blast all of the urls. But as the above poster said, that's just my own strategy. Everyone has a different strategy that they like to do. Obviously one way is going to be a little better than the other. But SEO isn't about the minor details, it's about the bigger picture.

    But don't get me wrong, a lot of minor details do add up.
     
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    scott8610 Junior Member Premium Member

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