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Scrapebox - How do I get comments approved?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bstsystems, Sep 7, 2011.

  1. bstsystems

    bstsystems Regular Member

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    I just recently bought Scrapebox. I filtered down my lists from about 13,000 initial url's to the best 500 or so for 2 campaigns. I am trying to go for high pr low outbound links. I checked the next day now and none of the 1000 are approved. I'm guessing that I'm doing something wrong, unless the software isn't working.

    I tried to manually post to a couple of them:

    I noticed that quite a few had 0 posts. I think I remember that we shouldn't post to blogs like that as they may not work? How do we filter those out with SB?

    Another one said: "Sorry, but your comment has been flagged by the spam filter running on this blog"
    How do I get my comments to pass their spam filter?

    Then another that I manually posted, I pressed submit and they just went to a white screen not doing anything.

    What do the 2nd most successful comments consist of? (behind manual posting relevant to the blog) Should I just use comments like "I like your blog" etc to get a higher approval rate?

    I was using my anchor texts of no more than 4 words each. I realize that would make the approval rate go down, but isn't it worth it? Or does it go down by so much that it's just best to write a regular name in instead? Or, if my keyword is big red dogs, should I try to just put my name as "big" for one, "red" for another, and "dogs" for another comment. Will that result in higher approval and still help my site via anchor text?
     
  2. minimo88

    minimo88 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Private Proxies for starters, to use only for commenting

    If you are into manual commenting leave a intellectual comment based on the article, this will increase your approval rate

    Use the SB plugin blog analyzer to find which sites have spam protection and which ones don't. if you are looking for blogs for AA lists then filter out those with spam protection.

    Also in blog analyzer remove blogs that have their comments closed. This could be why you aren't seeing any of your links.

    Also for future, question regarding scrapebox check this thread it is a libary of what you need to know about scrapebox , I recommend that you read ALL of the threads inside it

    Also use the search button to see if anyone else had the question/problem as you

    This is scrapebox tutorial thread
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...box-tutorial-all-one-place-just-bookmark.html
     
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  3. seorebel

    seorebel Junior Member

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    Go for auto approve!
     
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    wiliiamzhou Newbie

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    Get comments approve is impossible. Because nobody like spam on his blog. I shut down comments on my blog. So get auto approve run SB
     
  5. omida86

    omida86 Power Member

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    look through other comments that are approved and try to imitate them...but it's just easier going for auto-approve...
     
  6. thedon23

    thedon23 Elite Member

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    Well, as others said, start off by using private proxies. I use 10, and only use them for posting. Honestly, all I do is scrape huge lists, like 2 million blogs. Split them into 20 lists of 100,000 each. Every day, I let one of these lists run. I usually get around 40% posted (40,000). Of those 40,000 links, I usually find 600-1000 right away (those are autoapprove).

    I save them and add them to my "master" auto approve list.

    Honestly, I've just found spending all the time cleaning the list isn't worth the time, for these runs at least.

    Now, when I'm commenting to specific niches (like the insurance niche, using insurance related comments), I will usually analyze the blogs first, and all that good stuff.
     
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    d3ky44 Regular Member

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    Or you can buy some of my Autoapprove lists, he he :D
     
  8. bstsystems

    bstsystems Regular Member

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    Thanks for all of the comments. I know that most people use AA lists. I just bought SB so from what I've heard, they are mainly for using toward your pyramid. I was trying to also find some that I could post right to my page. Like page (not domain) PR3 links with less than 100 outbound links, without having to read the blog. I'll read the guide at the link you posted, plus I hadn't run the blog analyzer so I'll do that.

    Is there a good # of characters per comment to use?
    Should I use a regular name in the name box and instead do an a href= with my anchor texts with a link to my site that way inside the comment?
    Or should I do that anchor text and do a fake signature at the bottom of the comment?
    Do the fake "I like your blog" comments work on these types of things, or what's the best type of comment that will get approved?
     
  9. mikey3412

    mikey3412 Junior Member

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    You need to create your own autoapprove lists. Usually AA lists that people put up on BHW and other marketing forums are getting spammed to hell in no time, so it's always better to harvest your own list. Also I rather recommend you to use trackbacks than blog comments as you can place trackbacks on sites where are comments are closed, so it can be more effective and also it's faster to blast trackbacks than blog comments in my experience.