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Scrapebox backlinks question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by knoxville, Jan 18, 2010.

  1. knoxville

    knoxville Junior Member

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    Hi there - I used scrapebox with private proxies and I harvested wordpress blogs for certain keywords and it seemed to work and post very well. It says it posted to about 200 wordpress blogs in total.

    The problem that I am having is that when i search my site for backlinks none appear. Zero. I fired up a few quick sites just for testing purposes and only used scrapebox for backlinks to test it' effectiveness. On three sites, days later, no backlinks appear. I checked through webmaster tools and through backlinkwatch.com.

    is there something i am missing here?

    any experienced advise is appreciated.
     
  2. Jekashi

    Jekashi Regular Member

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    There's a couple of things you don't realize about Wordpress comment posting.

    Firstly, it takes time for backlinks to be indexed by a search engine. I don't mean just a few days, sometimes it can take weeks.

    Secondly, 200 Wordpress blogs is a very, very small amount when you realize that the first links you will typically have recorded as backlinks will be from blogs that automatically approve comments.

    Finally, realize that sometimes the blogs you post to will not even be recorded as backlinks because they may need to be moderated first or your comments are recorded as spam by akismet.

    And try checking Yahoo Site Explorer to see if Yahoo has picked up any backlinks, they seem to do this faster than Google or BacklinkWatch. (And be sure to check both the www. and non-www. versions of your domain.)
     
  3. Alex Brooks

    Alex Brooks BANNED BANNED

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    I posted 10,000+ comments 4+ days ago, not even 1,000+ are indexed yet, it's a slow process, you need to post the right amount of comments to get a safe average in increase daily, I'm jumping 200-300 backlinks a day, which isn't very good but somehow my websites are sticking high in the serps.
     
  4. knoxville

    knoxville Junior Member

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    obviously im not using this software to it's full effect.
     
  5. sammyd

    sammyd Junior Member

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    Also - try using the blogengine blogs as most of the comments on them are auto-approve and many have decent pagerank.
     
  6. affiliate.solutions

    affiliate.solutions Registered Member

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    I have been using the PR to help fetch some high PR sites and post manually on those sites. This allows me to ensure a higher PR backlink as long as my response is accurate.

    I just started a couple of manual High PR posts yesterday and I saw my first successful PR 6 backlink just a little while ago. Then I pingged the blog and bookmarked it as well.

    I am still doing the normal 300-700 bi-daily automated comments but I am being patient in waiting for the results
     
  7. iradethan

    iradethan Registered Member

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    IMHO,
    as has been mentioned above, it's takes time for google to crawl all of your backlink.
    It depends on the quality of the site where your backlink is.

    few tips for you,
    to make google spiders quickly crawl backlinks I had made, I use RSS feeds.

    go to Html2Rss and create a new RSS feed and put approximately 15 url on 1 RSS Feed and submit that RSS Feed to the RSS aggregators.

    It will help the spiders to crawl your backlinks quickly.

    Good Luck
     
  8. knoxville

    knoxville Junior Member

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    great idea with the pr checker, im doing that now
     
  9. knoxville

    knoxville Junior Member

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    thanks ira
     
  10. Albert

    Albert Regular Member

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    I'd say put more time into finding more backlinks rather than worrying about some showing up. If you display every link you accumulated in a RSS, that would take forever. I'd say just let the search engines slowly index em but that is just me.
     
  11. Dan_B

    Dan_B Junior Member

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    Keep in mind that blogs that do not have auto-approve enabled are blogs that will visit your site first before approving your comment. Your site has to be relevant and have actual content that reads in order to get approved.
     
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  12. affiliate.solutions

    affiliate.solutions Registered Member

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    Agree and disagree. I believe the comment needs to be more relevant then your site and that is why I post significant comments about the blog post and then post my link. IF possible I also like to pull the keywords into my current post so it flows more naturally and doesn't look like complete spam
     
  13. knoxville

    knoxville Junior Member

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    great information guys - thanks a bunch
     
  14. msslife

    msslife Regular Member

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    Only 200??? How about if I tell you I am doing 180k :) and only 3k appears in 1 week so it takes time ^^
     
  15. Ransom

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    Yup, blogengine harvest 1000000000000000 blogs use the PR checker (you can now check with 100 threads in newest update) remove the low PR's and let it rip.

    Blogengine posts slow but you can change the timeout speed if you have good fast proxies.
    Posted via Mobile Device
     
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  16. johnnyc9999

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    Obviously it sometimes takes a bit of time for your links to appear. While you wait, rather than continue to blast 10s of thousands of new comments, perhaps use the other features of Scrapebox to get yourself a really refined list of high PR pages that you can manually post comments to (or outsource the posting work).

    If you know the right strategies you can get literally 1000s of very high PR sites that are auto-approved and are not ruined by spam.

    In the Services for Sale section, people are selling 'High PR Comments' packages for $30 - Package#3 - 1*PR6 + 3*PR5 + 5*PR4 + 6*PR3 = 30$

    By knowing how to PROPERLY use Scrapebox you can get literally 1000s of these kinds of links.

    To think that this tool is only $47 - talk about a return on your investment!

     
  17. richardz

    richardz Newbie

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    I use scrapebox and blast about 2000 links a day. but only around 50 of them stick each time so it would make sense if none of your 200 backlinks stuck
     
  18. shudogg

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    Then your doing something wrong. My first run with scrapebox I did a blast to 4800 sites, and ended up with about 2600 backlinks within a week.

    Proxies and good and highly spun comments. Each of my comments are spun like crazy to ensure they are as unique as possible.