Hi ! I am a new one to this forum and this is my first question. Recently I got Scrapebox and have started posting blog comments for backlinks. I have 5 sites now. One is 2 years old, one 5 months old, one 4 months old, and two sites are just about 1 month old. Last week I have started generating comment backlinks with equal speed to all five of them. The speed is about 20 to 100 CONFIRMED comments on auto-approved blogs per day, for each of those five sites. Is that speed too fast? Moderate? Or conservative? Is it perhaps OK for my older site (2 years old) but too fast for yourger sites? I have bought some lists auto-approve blogs from Fiverr. There are hundreds of thousands of unique URLs in those lists. Many of URLs are on the same blog domains, however. I divided all those long lists into shorter lists of about 7000 to 10000 URLs. Then, I start posting each day on several shorter lists, but using my buffer sites as targets (some Web 2.0 sites, secondary blogs, articles, etc.). Posting on a list of about 8000 URLs, I get about 1000 comments "posted". After that I check links, and usually get between 20 and 100 comment links CONFIRMED. Than, I save that list I use to target my five money sites. I use one confirmed list per day and post comments for all of 5 money sites. Usually, on that final run, I get about 90% comments confirmed again (some of them fail, although being on "confirmed" list for buffer sites). Concerning "names", I use either specific keywords, or a general list of: visit this site, take a look, read more about, follow this link, etc. I do not use personal names. I use a combination of free proxies from the web and harvested proxies (all tested before posting comments). The e-mails are also randomly generated, using hotmail and yahoo extensions ( I avoid gmail extension ). Comments are general spam comments. There are a lot of them and spun into many readable versions. So, in short, is that strategy risky or perhaps consertvative? 20 to 100 links of confirmed comments per day, targeting various deeper pages of each website, having diversified anchor texts. I also build other type of backlinks, such as directory submitions, backlinks from my own secondary buffer blogs, forum profiles, articles in article directories, and some typical link exchanges. Thanks for your feedback.