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Scrapebox posting to Blogengine

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by verilix, Aug 19, 2010.

  1. verilix

    verilix Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    So about a week ago I spammed about 10-20k Blogengine sites, with a link back to one of my sites (using about 2-3 different URLs), and it had a pretty high success rate. About 50-60%. I ran the link checker, and they were there - but Google hasn't picked them up yet, as the ranks for the keywords have yet to move. (I blasted some Wordpress sites 2 days ago and got a different keyword for the same site moved from bottom of page 1 to top of page 1). So I'm wondering, Blogengine has a huge success rate for me - as opposed to Wordpress which gives me 5% success on average, however how long does it take for google to take the Blogengine links into consideration? I know links can take months to get indexed, but I'm just curious as I've never used Blogengine before.

    How long does it normally take your Blogengine links on average to be included?
     
  2. jamesaw

    jamesaw Registered Member

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    Did you ping the blog engine url's after you posted your links? I would think that would speed things up....
     
  3. Thrashingshrimp

    Thrashingshrimp Junior Member

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    I find that most BlogEngine sites (that have no or very little spam protection) are usually spammed to death. Because of this Google tends to ignore them. I would stick with Wordpress quite frankly.
     
  4. Satyren

    Satyren Regular Member

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    Blogcommenting is becomming sooo sullied. :bukkake:
     
  5. bakxos

    bakxos Regular Member

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    you can analyse the outgoing urls from blogengine blogs and post to those that are not spammed. This way you get better backlinks.
     
  6. xpyda01

    xpyda01 Junior Member

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    but i think wordpress are now no follow links, what's the point commenting on them?
     
  7. bakxos

    bakxos Regular Member

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    you can also find some that are not no follow but its like 5%.Check the addon no follow checker or something like that. Just dont waste your time and your captcha credits on things that will give you nothing.

    No follow will not give you better ranks anyway.

    You can scrape forums and post to them. Use roboform or something to help you.There is one video in this forum that describes the whole process.
     
  8. Satyren

    Satyren Regular Member

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    Yeah. I checked 70k wordpress blogs. 663 was d0follow, lol.