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Scrapebox and SERP's

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by humanseed, Oct 10, 2010.

  1. humanseed

    humanseed Junior Member

    Feb 10, 2010
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    I have a couple questions about Scrapebox, and SERP in general.

    I'm thinking about starting to use Scrapebox, and was wondering how safe it is. I've read stories on here, about people using scrapbox and then getting sandboxed from google.

    Is there a limit of sites that you should stay under per day when using scrapebox.

    Part 2:

    I'm trying to get higher on the SERP (which I'm thinking about using scrapbox). My site is only about 15 days old. Do you think it's too early to start using this tool? I've been using Market Samurai, to check out the competition and they have about 2,000 backlinks, and naturally, I'm trying to outrank them, but I want to make sure I wont get sandboxed.

    Thanks in advance
  2. matt1972

    matt1972 Regular Member

    Nov 19, 2009
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    To make money
    First, don't always believe what you read.. second, the only way your going to know is test ideas out. I've used SB on a fairly new .info domain and it jumped to a PR 4. I've used it on others and nothing. Basically, one persons results may or may not come close to your results. SB is a very fine piece of software and I do suggest getting it and playing around with it to best fit your needs. Just test and re-test and make your own conclusions.
  3. FredDuggan

    FredDuggan Junior Member

    Mar 11, 2010
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    I've been doing some scrapebox testing and learning. One of the great things is that you can scrape some high pr blogs and just manually post on them for a while if you are worried about sand boxing
  4. moset

    moset Newbie

    Dec 3, 2009
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    I agree with FredDuggan. To stay on the "safe" side you could use scrapebox to find high pr blogs where to leave comments pointing to your main site or to the first tier of sites around it.

    Then you can use the automatic comments for the satellites, artilces, web 2.0 properties etc.

    I am doing it a lot and never had a problem of "sandbox"/penalties even with new sites.