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[QUESTION] What's the general opinion on High PR SB Comments to Money Site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ghoast, Aug 27, 2012.

  1. Ghoast

    Ghoast Power Member

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    What's the general opinion on High PR SB Comments to Money Site?

    I want to hear your opinion. Do most people think it's a bad idea? Here's an example:

    You have a good quality site, 6 months+, good backlinking profile, ranked on google but not top 3.

    Do you think it's safe to use scrapebox and blast say 30-40 or maybe less/more High PR blog comments straight to that site.

    For this example we will assume all factors are perfect: good anchor diversity, no duplicate blog posts etc..

    The 4 things I want to know are:


    Is a direct blast safe?

    If YES then how many comments is too much?


    Did you use a combination of HIGH PR/LOW PR pages?


    Was the OBL low/high?
     
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  2. aakon7

    aakon7 Regular Member

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    It is safe, however OBL count is important to take into consideration. I always want less than 10.
     
  3. Kimi

    Kimi BANNED BANNED

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    Manual. Slow and steady. And relevant
     
  4. balsagoth007

    balsagoth007 Elite Member

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    40 manual high PR blog comment with low OBL will be better.
     
  5. Ghoast

    Ghoast Power Member

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    Why manual?
     
  6. balsagoth007

    balsagoth007 Elite Member

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    Because you will make a relevant comment that can have a high stick rate.
     
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  7. aStroke

    aStroke Regular Member

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    Agreed with the manual comments. Just use SB to scrape some high PR blogs.
     
  8. rodol

    rodol Regular Member

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    normally if you have a high pr blog to comment it will require a registration and log in, thats why its much better to do that manual, use SB to scrape good blogs to comment and to blast some web 2.0 or social network backlinks
     
  9. psytrance

    psytrance Power Member

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    Absolutely, two important factors:

    Max. OBL of 50 backlinks. Could be little more like 70...
    Do-follow only!!!
     
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    Comic Regular Member

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    Yes, manual and relevant. We use scrape box to find relevant on topic fresh blogs and use humans to post real comments. Most get approved.
     
  11. GreatDon

    GreatDon Newbie

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    HIGH pr do-follow blogs with low OBL are very rare :) I scraped 1.5mil urls after removing duplicated and keeping 25 urls per domain I was left with about 150k urls. After removing everything below PR3 I was left with about 5k urls. Then I went and removed all that have above 40 OBL and are not open for commenting and I was left with ~2.5k urls.

    Out of those 2.5k urls just 4 were found to be do-follow :D about 500 were no-follow and rest unknown. I've done this many times over past 2 months and rarely do I get above 1% of blogs to be ********.
     
  12. daztrouk

    daztrouk Newbie

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    Don't listen to anyone, test everything for yourself. For every person who say's it's safe, you'll find someone who thinks otherwise. Personally, i know the process to be safe through my own personal testing.
     
  13. dichotomy

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    For what it's worth Ive seen movement from nofollow highpr comment links. I agree with the dude that ******** highpr low-obl are way hard to find.
     
  14. Olbol123

    Olbol123 Newbie

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    Nofollow will change SERPs, however both are relatively easy to find with the right Google search parameters. For example search for pages indexed within the past 24 hours, talking specifically about your niche in your TLD. You'll find more than expected!
     
  15. Ghoast

    Ghoast Power Member

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    what is this ********** going on here?
     
  16. SEO-Julia

    SEO-Julia Registered Member

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    hey,

    I use the blog comment service at http://blackhatlinks.com

    they have max. 50 obl on "quality link packages"
    and they also offer a high pr packages, do.follow packages, high pr do.follow packages and the prices are really low....as you can see how much time it and ressources it needs to collect this.

     
  17. dichotomy

    dichotomy Regular Member

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    G alerts helps a lot with this ;)
     
  18. Bupler

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    For manual commenting are the links+anchors still on the 'name' space? Or do we try to link it in the content of the comment.