Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by yomomma, Oct 24, 2011.
How are SB blasts affecting your sites after all of these Panda changes?
The most important thing to remember is to let all your backlinks be found organically. Sure, not all of them will be indexed but because of that it shows little to next to no footprint.
I haven't seen any negative affects from ScrapeBox but that could just be me.
Bouncing like a fuck in a truck.
But Its hard to say it's SB
i think you should blast on web 2.0 properties instead of blasting on your money site .
following this method your site won't be a victim of panda update
I am doing well with scrapebox. Even forum profiles. I break my profiles down into chunks of 50 and build a lot of comments to each one. Like probably 1000-2000 comments to each profile and that combined with comments and trackbacks directly at my money site things do well actually. I have other link elements going on too, but I do a lot of scrapebox and I actually saw good jumps with the last panda update. My revenue doubled. Still doing well and I have taken over some top spots.
Have to keep at it though, once you step on the gas, there is no going back.
I assume your domain is old and trusted ?
Yes said domains are all 2+ years and have PR and trust. I just started a new project and I don't expect to see any revenue until at least next year. In fact I have domains out there that are for projects not yet started.
When I get an idea I think I am going to do, I register a domain, put up wordpress with a smidge of content and point some links at it. Then forget about it and keep working on what I have. X months later when I get around to having time to work on my site the domain already has some age and I am ready to start moving.
I'm loving scrapebox right now(well always have) I think how you're site is monetised is a bigger factor now though.
I don't work in that niche so I'm blasting away and seeing great results.
Having what google sees are authority links in the niche (search google for your main keyword and look for authority sites) is a huge plus,not impossible it just depends on your niche.
Why the Scrape Box Software is not working anymore especially the Commenting Function? I am using private proxies - so maybe because of this?
Been using SB the same way before and after Panda. haven't actually noticed a change, maybe the serp jumps more and the sites are less steady.
Still the main problem is it's the best way to get blog backlinks and I can't see how any tool would avoid Panda anyway be it SB blog commenter or Johh Smiths blog commenter.
I wasn't affected by Panda using scrapebox. Just don't build thousands of backlinks in short time if your site it's new. You can do this if you have your own auto approve lists with high PR and low OBL
I also see a good improvement in rankings when I'm blasting hard ezine and articlebase articles directed to my money site.
Well there is no effect of panda onto my sites. I think those algo affects mostly dublicate content site's. Also SB is really good if you build backlinks for your backlinks and not directly to money site.
What I've noticed is that newer sites bounce more, older are harder to move, but with some persistence and mixed techniques it's very doable.
I think I will go back to all my affiliate sites that are not on page one and cloak the aff links for good measure
It might be true that g targets thin aff sites - I've had a site on #1, added another aff link and it went through manual check and dropped 100 positions. It's a slow climb up!
SB still does it's job perfect
It's not affecting my 2 months old sites and wouldn't hesitate blasting any further down the road.
I've been finding that Scrapebox is starting to be more effective in tiered linking, where you build high quality blog posts, web 2.0s or social bookmarks to that link to your money site and then use Scrapebox to add some linkjuice to those sites.
It's generally safer that way, as when Google does a manual review they will see mostly high quality backlinks, and if in a future Google update, it really deemphasizes blog comments (which I think will happen eventually), my money sites will be relatively unaffected.
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