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Scrapebox comment question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Tdal21, Jun 23, 2011.

  1. Tdal21

    Tdal21 Junior Member

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    Most of the video tutorial show the comment posting as basic name, email, website format,. However, I see and have read people putting the anchor text directly into the name block..

    What is the benefit of both ways? Is it for the possible direct click? I think I'd be more willing to click on a name, then an obvious "spam" post..

    Thought?
     
  2. bigdippin

    bigdippin Junior Member

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    I don't know about most others, but I only put my keywords in the "name" box when I'm doing an auto approve blast. Noone will click it anyway. Its for the search engines. If I'm commenting on a high PR blog, then I will use a regular name and have my keywords worked into my comment somehow.
     
  3. Tdal21

    Tdal21 Junior Member

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    Ahhhh, there you go.. Makes sense for the AA sites...
     
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    People use 'names' instead of keywords/anchors so that they have a higher opportunity of getting approved when the comment is moderated.

    Now for SEO purposes, its always best to use the anchor text that you are trying to optimize for.
     
  5. Tdal21

    Tdal21 Junior Member

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    Yeah, makes sence.. If someone is reviewing iit, no way it gets through with anchor in name... Got it, thanks guys..