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Scrapebox issue

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Knoxgates, Jan 22, 2011.

  1. Knoxgates

    Knoxgates Supreme Member

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    Hi,

    Daily i harvest around 1000 different websites using scrapebox and i do blast using fast poster with maximum 15 connections as i m running scrapebox on 1GB ram.

    Once the blasting is done and when i check links i get around 200-300 "Found links" in scrapebox. But when i manually check, the link is not there but scrapebox says "link found"

    Anybody faced similar problem.
     
  2. rufioho

    rufioho Newbie

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    I had this happen to me when I was posting to some auto approved blogs. The blogs allow as many comments as possible but only show the 10 most recent comments... so when I went to check I was already knocked off the recent comments section by all the other SB users :p

    But on the non approved blogs I see great accuracy with the link checker. I think it's more the problem of the blog getting spammed too much.
     
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  3. loopline

    loopline Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    The link checker pulls the html code and checks for the link. Just becuase you can't see it visibly on the page doesn't mean its not in the html code. Since Google parses the code and goes by that, thats all that really matters. The link checker is spot on. If fact I would say there is a 99.9999% chance that if you can't find the link and the link checker says its there, then it is, and your doing something wrong.

    There is of course the posibility of the above poster, but that doesn't mean the link isn't there on the site somewhere, just that you can't find it.

    View the source of the page, and search within the source for your url, you will likely find it.
     
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  4. rufioho

    rufioho Newbie

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    Yeah that's true, if scrapebox is saying it's there... than it's in the code and google will see it. So pretty much we both agree, don't worry if you can't see it :)
     
  5. Kickflip

    Kickflip BANNED BANNED

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    Actually there is another common scenario that most people are not aware of when using the link checker. Many blogs will display your full comment for YOU only while it is awaiting moderation. So, when link checker looks, it sees "Comments Awaiting Moderation: Name, Comment" so it DOES see your link in the site, but only from its internal browser. Then, if you check from your own personal browser, it won't see the link because the proxies/cookies are not the same.

    I found this out when checking a .Gov backlink where scrapebox said it was 100% on the site, but when I checked it and posted a link manually, I saw the reason was because after I posted a new comment, it did show it was waiting to be approved.

    Thats why whenever someone does a link blast using scrapebox, its always good for them deliver a few extra links in the order.
     
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    antsaoo Supreme Member

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