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Discussion in 'Link Building' started by sifar6484, Aug 21, 2011.

  1. sifar6484

    sifar6484 BANNED BANNED

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    how can i know the links i am going to get have good pr? do i have to scrape domains which have good pr to get good links?
     
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    Mokodoki Regular Member

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    Once you have a scraped list, you can use SB's built-in PR checker. If you look to the right, you'll have a menu that says "Check Pagerank" :p

    Once it's done, you can filter and save the list according to the PR as needed.
     
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    And how can You filter the list? Lets say I wanna save only the URL's who are PR3 and more?

    Cheers
     
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    I'm new to SB myself, but this is what I'd do:

    Check Pagerank -> Export URL's & PR -> Export in a .txt file from PR3 -> PR10 (when you choose to export URL's & PR) you can export to a Excel sheet making life much easier to manage these =), then you can simply put the ones you want in the Comment poster & blast them):D
     
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    When you use "Check Pagerank", you can get either the domain PR (in which case you don't want duplicates in your list) or the URL PR.

    Once you have retrieved the PR of the websites that you want, you can go to the "Export URLs & PR" menu and export in your chosen format. You will get a popup that will allow you to choose how to order your list and also what PR range to export to that particular text file. So, you can save something like:

    AutoApprove_List[PR0]
    AutoApprove_List[PR1-5]
    etc,etc

    edit: we posted at almost the same time :rolleyes:
     
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    Thank You guys both for the response!!!
     
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    i know to check pr of links but actually my question is how can i get good no of auto approved pr links? after scraping i am getting large no of links which dont have at least pr 1
     
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    It's not like you can set Scrapebox to scrape only a certain PR website. There's no secret, unfortunately, you just scrape large lists and then check the PR of the sites as you go. To narrow down the list of sites you have to actually check, you can always blast your full list to buffer sites and then take the successful (autoapprove) blogs and check their PR.
     
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    ok i am having 10 private proxies with 10 mbps internet speed.I have scraped 4000 urls and posting links were only 30.i have kept fast poster setting as 200 and its time out as 60.got those results.what settings i should use to get good success rate? setting differ from person to person so can anybody help pleasE?
     
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    Mokodoki Regular Member

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    I assume you mean your provider's advertised Mbps speed? 200 connections is a lot of stress for a home connection if so. I can theorize what will work best on your system all day long, but the most efficient way for you to find out what works for you is to try different settings. I have highspeed cable at 12Mbps advertised and I keep it to about 50 connections for the poster.

    The speed of your internet isn't the only consideration, though, as you only have 10 proxies. You can't expect a reasonable amount of stress if you are overloading your proxies with your simultaneous connections. I personally use a 1:5 ratio so I don't have to run my lists through so many times (5 connections per one proxy), but a lot of uses go up to 1:10. Right now you're using 1:20.

    Check this guide out for optimizing your network for SB and vice versa:

    --> http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...58-howto-optimize-your-network-scrapebox.html <--
     
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    There is much easier way - just highlight the range - say pr3 -pr8 - (holding shift key) and right click and choose to copy to clipboard and save to a text file.