Quick Scrapebox Question

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  1. rakoom2002

    rakoom2002 Supreme Member

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    Hey guys, for anchor text I normally put the keywords in the names section. I know theres another way to format the ahcor text by putting the keywords next to the website in syntax form:

    www.blahblah.com {keyword 1 | Keyword 2 | keyword 3}

    when you do it this way do you still need to include (fake) names in the name field or just leave it blank?
     
  2. yayoyayo

    yayoyayo Junior Member

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    add to the names this {}
     
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    rakoom2002 Supreme Member

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    What?
     
  4. chiky_cin

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    no need.. just load any names file, it wont be used anyways. :) so you can load any file in names column.
     
  5. TheMatrix

    TheMatrix BANNED BANNED

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    I use this almost everytime I run the commenter. This feature is called Link Lock.

    From http://www.scrapebox.com/the-comment-poster

     
  6. fred7

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    nice topic, I always set it like this:

    Keyword
    url

    keyword
    url
     
  7. mikey3412

    mikey3412 Junior Member

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    if you use the link lock function as you described in the op, you can leave the names the same.