Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gnark, Jan 26, 2011.
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many of the sites have that spam blocker set up. If you're putting a couple links into your comments, that'll trigger it off to.
in scrapbox, after you've harvested your links, you can do their 'Blog Analyzer' addon which will tell you which blogs are auto approve or not. If you just want to sent out to auto approve that's your way to get more links posted.
most time, if you're doing good comments and not typical spam ones, the website will approve over time. you just keep going back to check.
Just to clarify this, the blog analyser will only tell you which blogs are open for comments, but the only way to tell if thy're autoapprove is to run a link check (small check box on the front of scrapebox just to the left of 'Test Comments') after you've posted.
Oh and if it's any help to anyone, here's an example of a spun comment I've used in the past when posting, better than ''doh great blog,
will come back.' Don't know of it ever increased my success rate though lol
View attachment SB_comment.txt
Blog Analyzer does NOT tell which are auto approve and not. It will tell you if a blog is wp/blogengine/movable type/unknown, it will tell you if a comment field is detected, it will tell you if the blog has a captcha, but it can not detect if the blog is auto approve.
It has nothing to do with Askimet, Proxies, Names, Websites at all. Do you own any wordpress blogs? I think maybe you don't or you don't understand how commenting works. All wordpress blogs are DEFAULT to be manually approved by the blog owner. Most of the blog owners only check their websites once a week or maybe even NEVER.
14 out of 1000 is a great number. Now just post on 100,000 more and you got tons of backlinks! This is what scrapebox is. Its not for small scale, its for large scale, thats why it is automated. So just scrape more blogs, and run it again over and over.
Welcome to posting with SB. Like kickflip said 14 is not all that bad. I was showing a friend last night how to use SB and we got 20 out of around 500. Which I told him was actually really good.
Now just start creating a list of your auto approve blogs.
If you would like to know how Akismet works here is a thread I started a few days ago:
[Scrapebox] Facts About Public & Private Proxies, Blog Commenting & Akismet
To get the maximum of Scrapebox read as many tutorials as possible and watch how it works in YouTube.
No, I believe the comment poster blogs list is referring to the list of blogs/websites you have told it to comment on. It is randomizing that list of blogs/websites.
The software is pretty darn smart, it wouldn't do a DDOS type attack.
No. Not with a freshly scraped list you do not. Of course if you are using a premade auto-approval list, even 100% is possible. But with a freshly scraped list, you do NOT have 30%-40% approval rate on wordpress blogs.
Do you want to try to clarify your story a little more and add some more details/proof before you just post a number like that, which will make people think that 30-40% is possible on freshly scraped blogs when it is not possible.
that's your autoapprove part from those 1k ... scrape some more domains, scrape the pages of those domains and blast again.
Are you sure?
This makes much more sense. Thank you.
Anyone knows how to determine whether a comment is published? Since posted doesn't mean that its published. I cannot find any guides to that. Any help appreciated.
Thanks folks! Once again, an answer before I can ask!
Wow, anyone who thinks 14 out of 1000 is a great number is doing things horribly wrong.
It's all about how you harvest your blogs to comment on. Out of 10,000 blogs I'll normally get a success rate of 7000 and a stick rate of at least 2000. Guess what, I don't use ANY proxies, my comments are hardly spun at all (I normally write 3 or 4 generic comments).
It all comes down to where your harvesting from. Using the inbuilt SB footpritns and using keywords, in my experience, is a complete waste of time.
Can you explain the right way to do it please?
Separate names with a comma.