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scrapebox - ping fake traffic - cant get it to work...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by weBay, Dec 10, 2010.

  1. weBay

    weBay Senior Member

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    Hi there,

    Just bought scrapebox and it looks fantastic.

    I have had no problem harvesting URL's, posting to blogs etc. got to be the best value software in the world!

    However what I want to do now is get some fake traffic to my squid lenses and articles.

    I tried this by following the steps set out in scrapebox domination but cannot get it to work. I have done a few different tests now and none seem to increase views. The number of article views/squid lens views is the same. I have left it overnight to be sure.

    Does this feature not work now? Or maybe I am doing something wrong.

    Please help me!

    Thanks,

    weBay
     
  2. Annoyer13

    Annoyer13 Newbie

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    Same problem here. Anyone how sth about it?
     
  3. seomind

    seomind Newbie

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    It doesn't work anymore.
     
  4. krzysiekz

    krzysiekz Senior Member

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    Well, even if it did work, if you leave it on overnight - then you will get a crap ton of traffic over night, but then when you turn it off, the traffic suddenly stops? This would raise flags, don't you worry about that. If anything, you should leave SB running all day and night (maybe on a VPS) and have it delay each view, so you get views delivered consistently, over a long period of time.

    Also, you would need to have pretty much 1 proxy per 1 page view. I don't think it would count (I might be wrong) if one IP gave you 1000000 views - I think they see past that. So essentially, if you want 10K views, you'd need 10K IP's, or something like that. So there are a couple of things to get down pat, first.

    But if you did the above, I still think it would work?