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Scrapebox & Blogengine

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by tankr, Aug 22, 2010.

  1. tankr

    tankr Junior Member

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    Just ran a small blogengine list with scrapebox, 112 URL's and all failed. I'm assuming I did something wrong unless others are seeing this too.

    Also, why would we run comments on Wordpress if it's nofollow now?

    Thanks!
     
  2. xboxps3wow

    xboxps3wow Power Member

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    Wordpress has been nofollow for a long time.
    I tried BE once and 5 out of 200 were submitted....
     
  3. tankr

    tankr Junior Member

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    Thanks, disappointing though. So no point in submitting to WP huh?
     
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    c0rrup Regular Member

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    I have had amazing success with BlogEngine, usually a 80% submitted rate.
     
  5. MagicMike

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    I've had no success lately with Blog Engine either... don't know if I'm doing something wrong, or what. Sounds like others are doing just fine! Wish I knew the secret... LOL
     
  6. tankr

    tankr Junior Member

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    I just read a note on the scrapebox news marquee. Supposed to turn off the name space filter if having trouble with the slow submitter. Will give that a try.
     
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    Thrashingshrimp Junior Member

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    Hmm, I used to get around 50-60 percent submitted on Blog Engine. Now I'm only getting like 10 percent, so something is up.

    Doesn't matter though, Blog Engine is spammed to death anyway >_>
     
  8. tankr

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    No error per se, just failed 100%
     
  9. tankr

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    Changed the namespace option. Ran again. " Failed: field not detected". Sounds like it's a failure with SB. Maybe BE changed something. BTW, this list was even smaller 41 unmoderated blogs.
     
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    I dont have such problems to be honest. But i filter the urls to make sure that i dont waste any time. What you need to do is :

    1. Make sure that your proxies are working (test them just before starting posting)
    2. Download blog analyser and filter blogs that have closed comments or have failed for other reasons.
    3. Download BE addon and filter urls for moderated blogs.

    I commented in 200 or so urls today and had 70%+ success. Aroud 70% of them were found later. So make sure to do the things i am saying above and your failed posts will be go down a lot!
     
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    tankr Junior Member

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    Yep, did that and used private proxies for commenting.
     
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    benpari Registered Member

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    I usually have a 30-50% success rate with blogengine. However, I find that it crashes constantly.
     
  13. Justin Tyme

    Justin Tyme Registered Member

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    Folks, you dont want to use your proxies to post.Uncheck it and you will get much better results. Recheck it to scrape etc., just not for posting to blogengine .
     
  14. tankr

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    Don't use proxies? Seriously? A good way to get cut off by an ISP, at least where I'm at.

    The proxies aren't the problem. 'field not detected' is the problem.
     
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    I run with the moderated blogengine addon then turn off proxies

    Also increase the timeout option to max.

    Gets me over 90% success rate most of the time
     
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    florinosci Registered Member

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    Thanks, I'll try that!
     
  17. CyrusVirus

    CyrusVirus BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    lol 112, seroiusly, run a little more , like 10k
     
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    h4ckzor3 BANNED BANNED

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    I`m also having problems with scrapebox especially when i try to harvest blogs with targeted keywords... i can`t really find what i need ... i`m definitely using the correct method because for wordpress i can always find 25-30.000 blogs in my niche but you know, those are no follow.
     
  19. Quo_Vadiz

    Quo_Vadiz Regular Member

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    my problem its that scrapebox its crashing a lot im working on win xp sp3... will try with win 7
     
  20. tankr

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    Support at scrapebox is taking a look at it, sent them the URL's. Wordpress is running fine, for what it's worth.