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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by drey2k, Jun 14, 2010.

  1. drey2k

    drey2k Power Member

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    Do you guys put a link inside your comments, or do you just type in a text comment and only provide your link in the "website" section.

    For example do you do:

    Come buy great <a href="http://www.yoursite.com">widgets</a>.

    OR

    Come buy great widgets.

    Thanks
     
  2. TheTRUTH

    TheTRUTH Regular Member

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    The chances of a comment with an anchorded link it are slim to none.Use the "Website" field for moderated blogs

    The example you psoted is ok if you are posting on an auto-approve blog.
     
  3. Spaceman

    Spaceman Regular Member

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    This is a very strong topic here. Basically blog spamming with anchor in the comment is crap because they never get approved and there are no auto approve blogs. Your actual criteria is
    Blog must be do follow
    Blog must allow HTML
    Blog must be auto approve
    Blog must respond
    Blog submit button must be active along with post script
    Blog fields must be named correctly and present
    Blog must be indexed

    If all of the above are not met then any blog posts are a complete and total load of shit and a waste of your time and money.

    The above leaves you allowed to simply put your web address in as the OP states.

    I suspect that if this is a substantial feature of your inbound link profile then google will quickly spot it and slide a red hot poker up your sites ass.

    Any thoughts anyone?
    Cheers
     
  4. pk_69

    pk_69 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    agree, website field is there you put your link and if blog is auto approved you can you a keyword for the name

    pk
     
  5. drey2k

    drey2k Power Member

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    How do you differentiate auto-approve from not auto-approve blogs when you scrape URLs on SB?
     
  6. onlinemarketnow

    onlinemarketnow Junior Member

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    I would recommend not to put links in the text area.
     
  7. xboxps3wow

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    link in the comment = never approved. If you just put it in the website section + use a real name and not a keyword, it has a much better chance of being approved
     
  8. AdisLCS

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    posting keyword even under "name" eg - Free Sex Tape has low chance of being approved and your domain might get kicked out. For many hard core blackhatters that's OK due to huge volumes of posts and money made in short period of time.

    For others, in my opinion best way is to use website field only and unde3r name write something like
    " Joe The Sex Tape Master"
     
  9. coolfx35

    coolfx35 Regular Member

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    I asked the same question a week, I got the same replies.

    BTW, some blogs doesn't hyperlink names.
     
  10. ragnerrocker

    ragnerrocker Newbie

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    You can check your links for Found/Not Found +RIGHT+ after you submit them. Sort by found - Auto-Approve blogs will obviously be "Found" in minutes - while moderated may never be found.

    Keep a list of these auto-approve blogs for later spamming.