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Scrapebox blasting high quality tier 1 or need a tier 2 buffer?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SlappinDaBees, Nov 18, 2012.

  1. SlappinDaBees

    SlappinDaBees Regular Member

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    Hi all.. I'm building high quality web 2.0 blogs with unique content as tier 1 backlinks. Untill now I've been creating a (buffer) tier 2 with articles and content created with Wicked article creator.. After that I blast the tier 2 with scrapebox to index all links. I'm using WAC for my tier 2 content and as most users of WAC know, the content is somewhat readable but definitly makes no sense at all (no disrespect meant to WAC because it's still an awesome piece of software). But anyway these aren't exactly quality links pointing to my tier 1, which brings me to the question if I could skip tier 2 and just blast the tier 1 with a reasonable amount of scrapebox links? I've been told that the "link juice" from my tier 2 is important but I just can't see the point of it if they are such low quality links..

    Any insight, advice or experience is appreciated ;)
     
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    frazgta Power Member

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    If you can manage low OBL links then go for it. Just don't go overboard with it.
     
  3. SlappinDaBees

    SlappinDaBees Regular Member

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    How many links do you think is max do you think?
     
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    CrescentSkies Junior Member

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    I never do scrapebox blasts except to very low quality links. What I will do, however, is do massive scrapes to get a huge list of websites of all shapes and sizes that I can post a comment on, test them to see if they're active sites using scrapebox's addons (and malware/phishing tester) and then I'll manually post a comment. Takes longer but it ensures that I'll get an approved backlink.
     
  5. SlappinDaBees

    SlappinDaBees Regular Member

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    Euhm.. well that's nice but like I said, these are not tier 1 backlinks and doing manual work for anything lower than tier 1 is just crazy imo. But your method could give you some high quality links for the 1th tier