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ScrapeBox Check Links Feature...Does It WorK

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SEORasta, Dec 8, 2010.

  1. SEORasta

    SEORasta Senior Member

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    Ok so im still getting used to SB after about a month. In the last few days im just now saving my "posted" urls from a recent Fast post and slow post. I checked a batch from 2 days ago. Exported it in SB into Check Links. From this list of 500 it "found" 50. Ok so I think that means it "found" 50 meaning 50 of my post stuck and should be picked up. Well when I went to the first 3 "found" links the comments are blank? None are showing not even mine?

    What is the real purpose of the check link feature? I thought it was to check to see if your post stuck but maybe im wrong. If I am wrong what is the BEST way to see if your post stuck from a SB run in both fast post ans slow post.

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  2. SEORasta

    SEORasta Senior Member

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    anyone have an answer? Any check links experts awake;)
     
  3. cabbage

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    I post, export posted and failed, load posted, check links and save any auto approves. Load failed, repost, export posted and failed, load posted and check links. Save autos and repeat. I use standard random proxies so I have to do this numerous times before I'm happy that no more will stick.

    By the sounds of it, you're assuming the posted ones are auto approve. They often aren't, which is why you should use the check links function.
     
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    The check link feature on SB works 100%. I've had no problems with it.

    The thing I've noticed with the SB saying found when the comment is blank, is that your link is actually on the site. It's something about some wordpress sites, that when you submit, your comment doesn't get approved, but your link gets placed somewhere in some random link. I'm not sure how to explain it, and it's pretty rare.

    And the real purpose of the check link is to: check if your link is on a page. I'm not sure whats so hard to understand about it.

    The best way to see if your post stuck is to, you guessed it, run it through the check link feature.

    I also use SB's check link feature to run through my profile blasts on xrumer to see which profiles are publically viewable.
     
  5. dunk15us

    dunk15us Regular Member

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    Same, the check links definitely works for me :p
     
  6. coxie

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    Yeah works for me too, next time right click and check the page source and search for your link manually, the comments might not be loading properly.
     
  7. SEORasta

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    Ok thanx all. I knew check links meant what it said BUT when I checked the first 3 links and NO COMMENTS im like WTF? Will check the next batch and see if I can see an actual link!
     
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    syabr Newbie

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    Thanks good info, use profile link to test.
     
  9. SuperLinks

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    While it DOES work, you should be cautious of how many connections you are using when checking links and the timeout time.

    Those two variables will show "not found" or timeout as a result of having too many connections or not a long enough timeout time.

    I max out my timeout time and tend to turn down my link checking connections for best results.
     
  10. Mallam

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    I am new to SB and reading through every bit of threads, guide, tutorials on this powerful tool so as to understand how to get the best out of it.
    Gentlemen, what is this Check Link in SB? Is it Backlink checker?