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Scrapebox Query On Process Flow

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by thedarkest12, Nov 12, 2010.

  1. thedarkest12

    thedarkest12 Regular Member

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    Quick one for you...does everyone spend careful time and attention to perform and alive check and a blog analysis before doing their scrapebox blasts, to improve efficiency. Or, have people found it quicker just to blast the hell out of a list, as the dead sites are not going to be posted anyway?

    Just wondering what others do, as I read a thread on here the other day, where someone discovered after 6 months of trial that reposting to failed sites at least 3 times, is like rinsing, you get more and more success, but Id always done that anyway rather than relying on the slow poster.

    So just wondered what people had discovered on my query with trial and error and time saving.

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    wannabie Elite Member

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    I prefer to clean it up a bit to be honest, nothing worse than finding a crap site that can cause issues!

    5 minutes longer cleaning can save you loads of time
     
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    thedarkest12 Regular Member

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    Makes sense. Can you explain the process you follow, in the steps, to clean up your list for better performance and time efficiency long term?
     
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    thedarkest12 Regular Member

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    uhmmmm, Im cleaning up a list of some 800 000 URLs and it's taken about 2 hours to get to 11%...is this sounding normal to people?
     
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    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    I just sort them by pagerank and blast.

    Gets me 40-60% posted rates with 7-12% autoapproved.

    No need to do further checking, no need to run the lists again, no nothing.

    It´s all in the tweaking. Having the comments mentioning the keywords scraped for, using decent proxies, not using anchor text(comments are worthless for this IMHO, there are other ways to get anchor texts). Having the right max connections and lots of other small but crucial settings.

    I´m very happy with my SB the way it works today and gets me the results I wished for. It´s not the one and only tool you´ll ever need, but it sure is a decent portion of it. Oh the addons.
     
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    Yeah, I used to do this, just blast away, but then have started to tinker with the alive checker and the blog analyser...that's what I was curious about on whether time saver or time waster?

    So how many proxies do you run at any one time? All private? And can you share more on your sweet spot on the number of connections - or the formula you use?

    I also noticed (not sure why) if I use a 2 second delay between posts, my success rate is astronomical. I have no idea why though?
     
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    1 - Time waster(unless you´re on a very specific project
    2 - around 15-30 privates depending - I use 2 different sources.
    3 - You´ll have to find out the correct setting for your own connection LOL
    4 - The formula is basically to harvest, sort by pr high to low, use new names and emails everytime, generate spun comments mentioning the keywords harvested for(example cars, wheels, car wheels, drive cars, it´d be something like "Oh how I love to drive my car with new wheels" Spin it, somehow even with synonyms you get a better success rate). And I don´t use delay but after this one you mentioned I might start considering it lol.

    It´s kinda obvious why your success rate goes up after using delay, after all you´re giving time for the connections to work, and not hammering data through them like there´s no tomorrow.
     
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    thedarkest12 Regular Member

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    Yeah, that's making a lot of sense actually. Ill play with my connections a bit, think my private proxies are about on the money.

    You know, I had never considered changing around my emails and usernames...why did I not even consider this?!
     
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    I haven´t considered using delay, so I guess we´re not geniuses afterall :D