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Scrapebox & Ecommerce Website Whats Your Opinion

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by michaelshezzer, Nov 17, 2012.

  1. michaelshezzer

    michaelshezzer Junior Member

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    Hi Guys,

    I have an E-commerce site and I read on this forum that quite a few people blast inner pages with scrapebox. I currently use SEnuke XCR and I have been using this tool non stop for around 4 months and I feel that the tool is really denting my pocket with captcha and I am finding it quite un-economical to use to rank for my keywords for my site. My site has around 1100 pages and well its a pain in the arse to use senuke to back link 1100 pages. I also use a private blog network on top of this back linking so my site is all quality. My site has an age of 7 years old is also PR1 with DA39 PA48. So my question is would it be a good idea to blast my inner pages with high pr AA scrapebox comments and has anybody done something similar to help their ecommerce rank for its main keyword. I am really bashing my head with this one as I have seen one person get good results from just using generic anchor text on the inner pages therefore passing rank juice to the main domain which helped him rank for a specific keyword he was targeting.


    I just want to see if there is a significant number of people who find such a method successful.

    Your Advice Would Be Great!!!
     
  2. IM Ash

    IM Ash Newbie

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    Have not used XCR but can't it be integrated with the captcha software out there?

    For a site as big as yours it is good to focus heavily on on-page SEO to ensure your off-page work is minimal. At PR1 though you do not have much juice to channel to any other pages. If you using a silo structure you should focus on getting quality links to the first level of the silo and then channel it downward.

    As for high PR AA links.... they still work wonders but they don't last long either! It is best to dig for good targets that are not spammed and use those targets to build up the PR of other 1st tier properties!
     
  3. Zapdos

    Zapdos Power Member

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    Before blasting anything, make sure your on-site SEO is spotless. Meta tags, H1, H2, H3, Alts, Privacy/Legal policies linked on every page, images with relevant names, proper URL structure with the correct rewrite status codes etc. Only then should you decide to blast the site.

    When you do, use a varied anchor.
    "buy it here", "here", "click", "click me", "[product name] is good] etc. Vary it, alot. You should only use exact title in 15-25% of them. You can use niche + general name as well but I've not tested how well it works.

    Also, do keyword research. Find out what your best products would be and SEO those. Use upsells to try and sell the others.
     
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  4. michaelshezzer

    michaelshezzer Junior Member

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    Thanks Zapdos for your advice all pages are A+ according to roger on Seomoz we shall see how this goes.