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Scrapebox: Do you guys use BLOG ANALYZER at all?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SEOfarmer, Nov 18, 2011.

  1. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    Do you guys use BLOG ANALYZER at all after harvesting?
    It was using it before and I find it extremely time consuming (especially when I have a huge list).

    Just wondering if anyone is using it, or simply blast the list and pray for some luck?

    Thanks
     
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  3. HarrisonHill

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    Why bother, which platform you are submitting to? Just blast the list and if sb can't post to specific platform, it won't post. Nothing bad will happen :D Analyzing before posting is just a waste of time
     
  4. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    Thanks guys.

    LOL. yea, thats what I figured.

    I usually just harvest my list doing the following;

    1. Extract 'external' links from an existing AA blog.
    2. From that list, extract the backlinks
    3. By then, I will have a BIG list of backlinks (however, I find only 30% of them are comment-able)
    4. After blasting, I realize that only 10% of the 30% BL are found.

    Is this normal?

    Thanks again
     
  5. dowser

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    If you scrape using the right footprint(s) - you will get much higher percentage of "postable" urls. I very rarely use the blog analyzer if I have too much time on my hands :D
     
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    It's much faster to just harvest the separate blog platforms.
    It's a waste of time for me to use the blog analyzer.
     
  7. SEOfarmer

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    So do you guys recommend

    A) Harvesting from existing blogs
    B) Harvest from Google directly using footprint?

    Thanks in advance
     
  8. DaveWolf

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    When I am looking for AA blogs I use existing blogs. When looking for niche related blogs I use G**gle.
     
  9. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    Thanks for your input, so I assume you are doing something similar as me;

    1. Extract 'external' links from an existing AA blog.
    2. From that list, extract the backlinks
    3. By then, I will have a BIG list of backlinks (however, I find only 30% of them are comment-able)
    4. After blasting, I realize that only 10% of the 30% BL are found.


    ?
     
  10. DaveWolf

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    1. Extract 'external' links from an existing AA blog.
    2. Add link: in front of the external links
    3. Take the external links and put them in harvester
    4. By then, I will have a BIG list of blogs (however, I find only 30% of them are comment-able)
    5. After blasting, I realize that only 10% of the 30% BL are found.
     
  11. ct2272

    ct2272 Registered Member

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    I stopped using Blog Analyzer. Here's my old method:

    1. Fresh proxies and updated blacklist.
    2. Take an AA list and "Grab Comments". This will take all the comments out of the list which I then import into the Footprints. I know most comments are spun but I've never had a problem.
    3. Run footprints through the Harvestor. Most likely this will max out the results at 1 million. Harvestor will remove the Blacklisted URLs during this process.
    4. Remove duplicate URLs and duplicate Domains. Will cut the list down to about 500k.
    5. Run Malware add-on. This cuts the list in half, 250k.
    6. Blog Analyzer will cut the list down to 30%, 75k.
    7. Blast.
    8. Export Success and Fail.
    9. Reblast Fail.
    10. Repeat steps 8 and 9 until success rate is below 10% or I'm just tired of doing it.
    11. Merge all the Success files together and Check Links for AA URLs.

    I can usually get about a 40% to 50% final Success Rate on a list of about 75k of which 1% will be AA links.

    I removed the Malware and Blog Analyzer part in order to improve efficiency. Everything else stays the same. My Success Rate is down to around 15%-20%, however since the list is larger I have a larger Success file and more AA links.
     
  12. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    I am sorry, but how does remove duplicate DOMAINS help?
    Wouldnt that remove most links off your list then? I think its ok to comment on multiple pages on the same domain?

    Thanks
     
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    Very rarely.

    Most of the time its wasted resources and time, just blast the list, what sticks is what will stick. Who cares about the platform.

    There are times when you maybe need a specific blog for your VA's for specific tasks BUT if its for blog commenting and your gonna run it through Scrapebox then there's no reason to even use the blog analyzer.
     
  14. HelloInsomnia

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    Rarely do I use the blog analyzer - if you have a list of URLs that are random - such as downloaded backlinks and you need to filter them you can save a lot of time by filtering out known platforms based on the URL itself.

    For example you can filter out blog engine by removing all posts that contain: /post/
    Or some Wordpress URLs by:

    ?p=
    ?tag=
    ?page=
    /tag/
    etc..

    Loopline has a free tool that does this - maybe he will share it here if he sees this post.
     
  15. ronegraT

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    so far i have never used it
     
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    ya but I just use it to shuffle the AA lists then put it back into the harvester without analyzing. Seems to give it a higher sticking rate cuz you're not rapidly posting to the same domain one after the other.
     
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    You can "export and randomise" when exporting lists. There's also an option in settings called "randomise comment poster blogs list" that randomises it automatically when posting.
     
  18. timpears

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    I wish I understood how to do this. I have had very little success with SB and hardly use it any more. I am not very knowledgeable in these processes. I don't even know what you mean by an 'AA list' or how to 'grab comments'.

    I was trying to learn how to use SB and found a site, Scrapebox TUTS or something like that from Brian Valentine, but now I can't find it any more and most of what I learned I forgot.

    So far, SB has been pretty much a waste for me. Maybe I am just too dumb to use it. :confused: I have only been able to rank for very low search volume phrases and am making about a dollar a day.

    Tim

     
  19. arhan

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    I use Blog Analyzer to filter commentable URLs since I will use iMacros to really know the platform because my slow internet connection.

    When I use a Fast or Slow Poster Poster, I feel a headache because the results are not so satisfactory .

    Besides being a slow Internet connection, I always use public proxies when posting, so it's waste time if I must update fresh proxies.

    And for me, use iMacros to post comments much more effective after learning platforms with Blog Analyzer :)
     
  20. Dan Da Man

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    If you are harvesting for manual blog posts, then yes the blog analyzer will do you good so that you dont have a bunch of URLs to sift through to find if you can comment on it or not. Other then that no way