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scrapebox 90 sec timeout?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gnark, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. gnark

    gnark Newbie

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    Hi,
    i often read that you should use a 90 sec timeout when commenting blogs with scrabebox, but afaik you can only use a delay of 1-10 secs or RND.

    Do i miss something here?
     
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  3. rorobin

    rorobin Newbie

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    with 90 sec you can post in more sites.
    Im using from 60 to 90 sec, and repeating failed again.
     
  4. gnark

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    thanks guys!
     
  5. movieman32

    movieman32 Regular Member

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    The 90 second timeout is for how long SB will wait for the page to load before skipping onto the next.

    The comment setting for the delay of 1-10 secs or RND is how long SB waits to start trying load the next page to post a comment on. This delay makes it look a little more realistic if you happen to be posting comments on multiple pages of the same blog.

    If you comment on 20 pages and the time spent on each page is exactly the same, it's kinda obvious you are a spammer. The site admin can't tell how long it took to load the page, but he can see how long you spent on the page after it loaded.
     
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    If a site needs 90 seconds to load it's heavily spammed in the first place. The exceptions are rare from my experience. Depends on your internet speed. I would go with 60 tops ;)