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Scrapebox - Questions about building AA List

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jerzydawg, Jul 6, 2011.

  1. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    I see the best way to build AA list is by finding a blog spammed to death, running the link extractor on it, putting link: in front of all the outbound links, and then posting a spam comment and running link checker right away. Is this effective or should I be doing more to this? Should I try to be finding pages that arent spammed at all? If so, what is the best approach to doing so that wont take HOURS with scrapebox?
     
  2. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    I am using the same method as you listed above, and its true.
    It does take a lot of time. :( unfortunately.
     
  3. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    SEOFarmer: Thanks for your feedback.

    Yes, it does take a while but the problem for me and you are is....

    We are harvesting SPAMMED TO DEATH blogs. We're talking blogs with OBL's in the hundreds. How can we go about so we have blogs that at least 50% of them are somewhat fresh?

    In any case, spammed blogs can actually impact us negatively if we keep using them.
     
  4. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    You can try to extract other 'inner' links of a potential website.

    site:domain.com (harvest all inner pages) and then spam on those 'inner pages'.
    That works for me :)

    However, at the same time, the real issue I find is that it is very hard to find 'do follow' AA blogs :(
     
  5. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    How do we find these potential websites?
     
  6. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    Well, what i meant was, after you finished your blast, you can always check for the PR of those websites and judge it from there.

    I tend to avoid anything lower than PR3
     
  7. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    Oh I see. Do you care about the OBL? IF you do, how do you manage that?
     
  8. volund

    volund Senior Member

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    When you are harvesting use the time button just over the proxy window on the right. This can narrow your results down to pages that are newer and have not been spammed to death yet.

    Obviously that has no bearing on what happens later on but you should be able to find ones that are fresher that way.
     
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  9. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    Nice tips. Thanks.
    I dont really harvest much, but usually do what I mention above (more like reverse engineering). I find harvesting even more time-consuming :(
     
  10. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    If you have some 1st tier and 2nd tier links for diff niches, can you use those in the websites URL when you do the "Spam" comment to see if it is autoapprove or not?

    Also, Are WP the best blogs to scrape?
     
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