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is scrapebox good for tier 2 links? if not what is the best program for this tier 2 and 3

can you send tier 2 to pbn and guestposts? i would think maybe they don't want shitty links to their sites and might remove my link, is this right or how you do it?
 

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i would think maybe they don't want shitty links to their sites and might remove my link
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can you send tier 2 to pbn and guestposts?
you can, but most editors of guest posting websites don't like it

is scrapebox good for tier 2 links?
is good for any types of backlinks. Scrapebox is such a versatile tool, and for less than $200 (or maybe a little more) you can buy all of its functions and do with them whatever you can think of. No other SEO tool can beat SB for this price in my humble opinion. I've not even used it extensively since I've purchased it over a month ago, and I can only afford paying $12 per month for 5 private proxies only, but even so, it's still helped me tremendously shuffle through my dozens of lists that I had of millions of tier 2 and tier 3 backlinks to see which ones are still active, which are still indexed, I've even blasted them with auto-approve blog comments and whois / stats type of links, some of them got indexed as a result (most of them didn't, though).

You can scrape Yellow Pages, find expired domains with backlinks from any big site you want (wikipedia, forbes, cnn, etc), you can sort and clean entire lists of URLs, you can check google / bing / yahoo index, you can retrieve cached pages, meta info, track your keywords, check Alexa ranking, check MOZ metrics, check whether your links are still alive, check broken links, anchor texts, scrape articles, remove duplicate URLs, check dof0llow links, extract internal / external links from a website, create RSS / sitemaps, check for redirects, malware and phishing issues, mass-shorten URLs, check whois and resolve domains, find expired domains, and so many more that I couldn't even figure out yet in the few short weeks I've toyed with this software.

In all seriousness, mate. For under $200 one time fee you can do SEO like the real pros, so get this tool ASAP! I wholeheartedly recommend it.
 

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SB is not suitable for tier 2 links, just for indexing to use it to create links,
other than that, it could be useful to scrape custom lists for GSA SER which is a decent tool to use for the 2nd tier links,
Along with Rankerx for web 2.0s and some decent content, you'll get some good links to make a boost,
The only thing that bothers people nowadays is the indexing method/service, make sure to get one decently working before even start building such links
 

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guestposts? i would think maybe they don't want shitty links to their sites and might remove my link, is this right or how you do it?
Yeah it’s wrong if it’s a real site. You can do it of course but I think it’s a rude thing to do. Just think about it. If you opened up a page from your site to someone else would you want them to blast your site?
 

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correct


you can, but most editors of guest posting websites don't like it


is good for any types of backlinks. Scrapebox is such a versatile tool, and for less than $200 (or maybe a little more) you can buy all of its functions and do with them whatever you can think of. No other SEO tool can beat SB for this price in my humble opinion. I've not even used it extensively since I've purchased it over a month ago, and I can only afford paying $12 per month for 5 private proxies only, but even so, it's still helped me tremendously shuffle through my dozens of lists that I had of millions of tier 2 and tier 3 backlinks to see which ones are still active, which are still indexed, I've even blasted them with auto-approve blog comments and whois / stats type of links, some of them got indexed as a result (most of them didn't, though).

You can scrape Yellow Pages, find expired domains with backlinks from any big site you want (wikipedia, forbes, cnn, etc), you can sort and clean entire lists of URLs, you can check google / bing / yahoo index, you can retrieve cached pages, meta info, track your keywords, check Alexa ranking, check MOZ metrics, check whether your links are still alive, check broken links, anchor texts, scrape articles, remove duplicate URLs, check dof0llow links, extract internal / external links from a website, create RSS / sitemaps, check for redirects, malware and phishing issues, mass-shorten URLs, check whois and resolve domains, find expired domains, and so many more that I couldn't even figure out yet in the few short weeks I've toyed with this software.

In all seriousness, mate. For under $200 one time fee you can do SEO like the real pros, so get this tool ASAP! I wholeheartedly recommend it.
I've just bought it and yet to start really using it. Apart from the proxies, I think you also need to use paid services like DomDetailer to get DA from the Metric Checker Plugin right?

I plan to use it to scrape guest blog opportunities so metric matters a lot to me.
 

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I've just bought it and yet to start really using it. Apart from the proxies, I think you also need to use paid services like DomDetailer to get DA from the Metric Checker Plugin right?

I plan to use it to scrape guest blog opportunities so metric matters a lot to me.
I don't have the Metrics Checker plugin but I think you need a MOZ account for it, not DomDetailer (which I don't know what it is btw)

Regarding the guest blogging opportunities, you don't need SB for that, although it probably can do that, too considering what a beast of a software it is. Anyway, here's a list of websites where you can find guest posting opportunities, some for free, some paid:

postaga.com
adsy.com
rocketguestposting.com
linksmanagement.com
bloggerspassion.com/guest-posting-sites-list/

I think there were more, but these are the only ones I remember at the moment. But... you check these ones for now and I guarantee that you'll find more guest posting opportunities than you can manage :)
 
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I use SB to send blog comment links to any tiered property that can handle it. Mainly my cloud stacks and cloud properties like Google and Amazon S3. I would not suggest sending spam links directly to a self hosted PBN or guest posts or other platforms that don't already have millions of links already pointing their way.
 

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I don't have the Metrics Checker plugin but I think you need a MOZ account for it, not DomDetailer (which I don't know what it is btw)

Regarding the guest blogging opportunities, you don't need SB for that, although it probably can do that, too considering what a beast of a software it is. Anyway, here's a list of websites where you can find guest posting opportunities, some for free, some paid:

postaga.com
adsy.com
rocketguestposting.com
linksmanagement.com
bloggerspassion.com/guest-posting-sites-list/

I think there were more, but these are the only ones I remember at the moment. But... you check these ones for now and I guarantee that you'll find more guest posting opportunities than you can manage :)
Thanks for the links. Didn't know that's a thing. Just checked out rocketguestposting.com and it seems nice, but what a shame they did not have the option to export with all the guest-post url, only with root domain.

You're probably right I better look for another way to find guest post opportunities.

DomDetailer offers Moz and Majestic API for rank checking, for a cheaper price.
 

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I loved the Jarvis more because of their BOSS MODE! the super impressive speed of writing!
 
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I use SB to send blog comment links to any tiered property that can handle it. Mainly my cloud stacks and cloud properties like Google and Amazon S3. I would not suggest sending spam links directly to a self hosted PBN or guest posts or other platforms that don't already have millions of links already pointing their way.
Great tips about powering up cloud stacks. Im just starting to use Scrapebox now, and am experimenting with stacks and SB..
 
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