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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Marcink99, Sep 17, 2010.

  1. Marcink99

    Marcink99 Power Member

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    1st what?s the best way to harvest related blogs. Use intitle inurl and than keyword or use keyword box and put keywords in? or both .



    2nd should I use anchor text links in my comments?



    3rd is using scrapebox for automated post submission considered black hat? I assume yes but than again I figure white hat guys use automated software too don?t they?



    4th my 2 business domains have couple years behind them they need some more backlinks can I use scrapebox directly on them or do I need "buffer sites" one of my sites only needs about extra 100 backlinks to beat competition. What would be a safe number of post a day I could use scrapebox per domain.

    Please answer all of my questions so that I could proceed accordingly. Thank you in advance and I did read/watched scrapebox tutorial vidios.
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  2. daserpent

    daserpent Power Member

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    1) It depends on what kind of blogs you want to harvest. If you have no specific preference, then you can just fill in the keywords and use no intitle etc but if you want to get .edu blogs or .gov, .com etc then you need to specify it in the box.

    The more number of keywords you specify in the Keyword box .. more urls will be harvested from the search engines. I usually put in around 400 keywords in the box and I am able to harvest approx. 400k results at once and after removing the duplicates .. I get 150k-250k blogs to comment on.

    2) You can use anchor texts in the comments but you should note that many blogs don't let you specify the anchor texts and so you can instead put your anchor text in the 'name' field. Make it look generic or funny but related to your niche.

    Eg: If you have a movie site .. put your name as - Movie Man or something like that

    3) It is considered grey hat i guess .. because anyone can get backlinks from these blogs .. we are just speeding up the process.

    4) If the sites are of a high value to you .. and you want em to look all legit in the eyes of google .. I recommend using buffer sites ( note the 's' ) .. it is well worth the time and effort in the long run.

    I hope you find my response helpful :)
     
  3. Marcink99

    Marcink99 Power Member

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    Thank you for your prompt response. Would you recommend using anchor link in scrapebox comments? I assume that I would get higher submission/approval rate without it, but would like to know for sure.

    Once again thank you for your help its greatly apreciated.
     
  4. daserpent

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    Just try out both. With and without the anchors. Go with whatever works best for you. I sometimes use the anchors and sometimes i don't.
     
  5. timmytim

    timmytim Newbie

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    I personally use intitle:"keyword0" "keyword1 related to keyword0"
    This way I get targeted urls.
    Then I scrape tweets using both keyword0 and keyword 1, copy and paste tweets that looks natural and does not contain any hashtags or RTs
    I also type in both keywords in google blog search and scrape comments from other blogs.
    This way I gather ton of targeted url with targeted comments without putting in too much effort.
    By the way the success rate is relatively higher than posting generic comments
     
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