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Scrapebox - Adding Anchor Text!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by kinder1208, Jun 22, 2010.

  1. kinder1208

    kinder1208 Regular Member

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    Hello,

    I have just purchased Scrapebox.

    I have watched the video on how to use it however...

    What i dont understand is, how i make the Anchor text my keyword...
     
  2. cucurucu

    cucurucu Regular Member

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    if I understand correctly what you are asking then use the keyword as name.I don't do that especially for long tail keywords but you can try :)
     
  3. moremoney

    moremoney Junior Member

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    In blog comments your name is your anchor text. But from experience not many fairly high PR blogs will allow a comment through when your name is "stuffing envelopes" etc.
     
  4. G0D0VERY0U

    G0D0VERY0U Regular Member

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    If you are mass commenting, a good rule of thumb I like to use is to use 50% keywords, 50% real names as your anchor text. That's just something I heard that I use and like. All users differ.
     
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  5. Spaceman

    Spaceman Regular Member

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    Do we all think that google really passes link juice from friggin blogger name fields?
    I dont think so.....
     
  6. tsavo

    tsavo Newbie

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    I agree with Spaceman, i have not go much juice from blog comments
     
  7. ozzke

    ozzke Regular Member

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    They do pass linkjuice from personal experience, although of course the more comments that are on that page, the less juice it will be.
    I do about the same with the 50% keywords 50% names
     
  8. kyle250

    kyle250 Newbie

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    Place a word to learling your experience
     
  9. Dayum

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    I agree, name field is meant for a name, why would Google be seeing that as a keyword.
     
  10. biks

    biks Power Member

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    Because it actually IS a link with anchor text?

    Why would Google ignore a link with anchor text because of something next to it? (Name) Or did somebody at Google take the time to actually tell the spider bot to ignore the link that was created from a name field on all Wordpress blogs?
     
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    peter2002 Senior Member

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    You are right. It's a regular 'anchor text' backlink.
     
  12. Spaceman

    Spaceman Regular Member

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    Look - its a 3 line chunk of program code for google to ignore all links from the name field on blog pages. For them - this wipes out a whacking chunk of webspam links practically for free.

    Make no mistake - filling your sites link profile with those links is going to cost you dearly.

    However I will be happy to be PROVED wrong.

    Cheers
    Spaceman
     
  13. contempt

    contempt Newbie

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    I get some good link juice from keywords as the anchor text and commenting using scrapebox... its all about where it lands and if it has any outgoing links..
     
  14. isurfthenet

    isurfthenet Registered Member

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    How many names should there be when commenting on ~5k blogs?
    Can the names contain spaces? For example, six pack abs or sixpackabs?