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Scrapebox + Drupal success?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by mackay22, Mar 9, 2010.

  1. mackay22

    mackay22 Regular Member

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    Has anyone had success posting to Drupal sites using scrapebox?

    I figured out how to put it on Slow Commenter accurate mode to post to the drupal sites I have scraped, but success is LOW!

    Has anyone got any good footprints to find decent drupal blogs?

    I used variations of
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     "keyword" "Allowed HTML tags: <a>"
    got me a few but like I say posting success is low, but I think it might just be drupal sites overall arent easy to spam?
     
  2. loopline

    loopline Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I typically just put

    +"powered by drupal" -"comments are closed"

    But its a drupal thing that sucess is low. Regardless of my footprint I found that drupal success is low. Lots of drupal sites require logins to post, and at that point they are auto approve.
     
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  3. judson

    judson Power Member

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    This might be one of the reasons for your low success rates ... ridiculously easy to enable on any Drupal powered site.

    http://mollom.com/
     
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  4. mackay22

    mackay22 Regular Member

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    ahhh that'll do it yes, I was just testing aswell so admittedly my comments werent as good as they could have been either!
     
  5. designsonline

    designsonline Power Member

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    I did ask SweetFunny to consider adding a feature that would allow up to specify a username and a password and a website to login to.

    That way when we find websites with lots of high PR webpages that do require us to login, we can manually create an account or several accounts on that website and then scape all the URLs from that website in to Scrapebox and sort them by PR and use the username and password feature to login and auto post on all the high PR pages of thge website.

    Some of these high PR sites that require you to login have thousands of high PR pages in them.

    This would make scrape box even more powerful than Xrumer in my opinion, but I think we would need more people to request it, as I didnt get any response.
     
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  6. kingmeatplow

    kingmeatplow Newbie

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    That would be an awesome feature! You could try something like this: http://userid:password@www.anywhere.com/

    without the space obviously... smiley hacked me... lol
     
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  7. CyHead

    CyHead Regular Member

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    that only would work for logins done through http authethication - not with php logins lol. Also aren't drupal comments mostly nofollow?
     
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    dekadent30 Power Member

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    a lot of drupal comments are ****************, much more than wordpress
     
  9. BedokBlau

    BedokBlau Regular Member

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    Sorry for the noob question but, how can you tell off the bat that comments are nofollow. I mean, what sorts of things should we be looking out for. Ok, no Drupal and few wordpress (I get that from the last comment), plus - with this method, it's pretty safe to assume that the blogs being posted to are going to be **************** because of how we found them (or better, because of the fact that they provided backlinks to the competitor's site). But aside from that, in a normal scrape, how can we tell?