Scrapebox question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Spaceman, Jun 2, 2010.

  1. Spaceman

    Spaceman Regular Member

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    Howde.

    In scrapebox, when loading the list of names, is it not better that the name of the (auto) poster to a blog gets set as your anchor text rather than a persons name?

    I mean all the posts to blogs I just did - they link back to my site ok, but all the friggin anchor texts are names and not the keywords I want.

    Also when I put html in the comment - the blogs dont allow it.

    Help needed
    Cheers
    Spaceman
     
  2. verticall

    verticall Regular Member

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    You could but your comment approval rate is extremely low. (Probably a few percents)
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  3. Spaceman

    Spaceman Regular Member

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    Any more help? Id really appreciate it.
     
  4. Spaceman

    Spaceman Regular Member

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    Bump For Me.

    Ok, i'll try and explain my position a bit better.

    WP Blogs.

    Issues/Situation appears to me to be as follows with scrapebox (and manual blog posts for that matter).

    1. I can put a link to my site in the Name field of a blog (IE the posters name). The anchor for this link is the name Scapebox puts in randomly - IE. Freddy Smith.
    I see this as totally pointless crap - because an anchor text of "Freddy Smith" pointing to my site selling Chairs is probably going to do more harm to my ranking for "Chairs" than good.

    Am I correct? (This is what I desperately need clarifying)

    2. When I put a link to my site selling chairs in the actual message of the blog, using the standard a href = ..... format, the auto approve blogs Ive looked at dont appear to display the links correctly when they show when I visit the blog to check the link. Instead of my link showing with good anchor text, the blog actually displays the full HTML.

    I was wondering if theres a way round this. I know its probably basic stuff to most of you guys.

    Is it worth just mentioning my domain in the text of the blog post body? I heard that fat G likes it when a site just gets a mention without a link - not as much as a link - but a mention gets a few points here and there I believe. So my post may look like

    Hi, nice blog blahhh blahh - this site at www dot mydomain dot com is a good one.

    You know - listing my domain properly like that but without the href.

    Any help appreciated.
    Cheers
    Spaceman
     
  5. jackknife

    jackknife Registered Member

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    you may get a better response by posting this question in the long scrapebox thread. I'd like to know the answer myself.