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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by blackhat777, Jul 16, 2011.

  1. blackhat777

    blackhat777 Elite Member

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    Hi,

    I tried searching the forum but couldn't find answer to this question.

    While posting blog comments with scrapebox, where to write the anchor text?

    e.g. Some coments words <A href="MyUrl">anchor text</A> ending comments..

    or should it be placed in place of your name?

    e.g. instead of placing your name as monica you write your name as "anchor text"

    Sorry for the stupid question, but any help would be highly appreciated.
     
  2. TheMatrix

    TheMatrix BANNED BANNED

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    Your name goes in the "Name" field, and website in the "Website" field.

    If you put your link in the comment itself, most filters won't pass it, neither will admins approve it.
     
  3. trevorhoang

    trevorhoang Power Member

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    i actually asked the same question earlier in the day. i was advized to use the keyword as my name and post on AA blogs.

    im sure someone wil correct me if im wrong.
     
  4. bk071

    bk071 Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Better use the anchor text in your "name" field and write niche relevant comments if you're posting to moderated blogs.

    If its an AutoApprove list, you can put your anchor text in your comment body :)
     
  5. gunur

    gunur Regular Member

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    Put this in Websites field (not in Blog Lists) http://www.yourdomain.com {keyword1|keyword2|keyword3}
    In this way Scrapebox will use your keywords not your Names.
    To see how will look your comments click Test Comments.
     
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  6. blackhat777

    blackhat777 Elite Member

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    Thanks all for the valuable comments.. got it :)
     
  7. raybes

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    I didn't realize that. I never had much issue just running separate blasts for different sets of sites and corresponding keywords (and resulting anchor text) sets, but being able to explicitly designate my keywords for each link will be a big time-saver if I am looking to target multiple niches in a single blast.
     
  8. SEORocks

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    I have free private proxies that I'm currently using and I think someone gave them out and now they are all starting to disappear.

    Anyone know where to get good free proxies that everyone doesn't know about yet.

    Actually, I don't mind paying for the proxies either, if you know of a good source that doesn't put to many restrictions on them.

    I tried the Scrapebox proxies again........haven't for a long time....... and I still think they are worthless. :)

    Any ideas.....
     
  9. geomuss

    geomuss Regular Member

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    ok read the posts in this and I am still a bit lost.
    Purchased scrapebox yesterday and have been playing around with it a bit.

    What I am trying to achieve is the same as the OP

    I have a list from here of AA blogs, What I am trying to obtain is making my keyword clickable on the post in the name section.

    I have tried code, tried keywords at end of website, which works but does not give you a link on post, unless I need to post code in that section.

    So am I totally stupid (probably am) or does scrapebox not achieve this ?

    For example if I was to hire a scrapebox expert, lets say to keyword "best" website "wwwgooglecouk"

    how would they fill out the fields, this is really annoying me
    any help much appreciated.

    George
     
  10. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    Dude, it's not that hard.

    The KW is automatically clickable in the names section. As long as you have your names file, emails files, websites file, and comments file filled in, your name will be clickable.
     
  11. geomuss

    geomuss Regular Member

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    Ok I told you I was a dummy did I not :D

    Names: Do i use the list from scrapebox or change ?
    website: self exlan but is it just www blah blah no <a href etc
    email: from scrapebox
    blogs: from harvester

    when I test the post none in scrapebox, it does not make the name HTML
    if I go into a blog I test post on the name is static with no HTML.

    Though if i check someone elses post it gives the following code:
    <a class="url url" rel="external nofollow" href="//"></a>

    really have been fiddling about with this for a good few hours and still cant get it right.
     
  12. forlearnx

    forlearnx Regular Member

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    Option 1. Names: put your keywords here - it will be clickable because you have websites in the website file.

    Option 2. Names leave as is and use SB names - no need for a website file - as you don't want this to be clickable. Then just put your keyword in the comment section i.e. "I love your blog <a href="hxxp://www.mysite.com">writing style</a>. I'm signed up to your ideas!"
     
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  13. geomuss

    geomuss Regular Member

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    If putting keywords in comments once again do you use the <a href scenario ?

    I am a complete newbie to this although I have watched the videos etc etc
    but when I went to submitted post, found my post but the keyword was never clickable and if it did it sent me to some strange places.

    Also while you answered one of my questions can I hit you for another ..

    I have ran small blasts trying to get the feel for things, now it says they have been submitted but whenever I check the output that I have saved 99% are not there, any ideas ?
     
  14. forlearnx

    forlearnx Regular Member

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    Visit a real blog page and see it from a human view: In the comments section you see a field for Name, email, and website

    If you do this manually you will find that the name is clickable once you leave a url in the website section. and if you don't then the name is not clickable.

    So to answer your question You only need the names in there.

    Have you pointed it correctly to your back links URL? That sounds like the problem. You need to put your urls in the text file called "website.txt" or whatever text file you wish.

    So you ran it through link checker? and you have 99% failed comments? It is most likely they are not auto approves. If you are doing small batches the likelyhood is 100% fail rate.


     
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  15. geomuss

    geomuss Regular Member

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    Sir thank you very much, I seem to be getting the hang of things now.

    Seems us newbie posters need to stick together :D

    any other problems I will know who to come to
     
  16. forlearnx

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    Glad I could be of help.
     
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    marketer14 Regular Member

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    I got some AA list here and when I try to post comments to the site using ScrapeBox, I get a failed message. So I tried to check out the link by manually visiting the site and the site is there. Anyone know why this is? Anything I'm doing wrong with ScrapeBox?