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Scrapebox running really slow and low success rate. Any ideas?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Frostedbutts, Jul 22, 2011.

  1. Frostedbutts

    Frostedbutts Regular Member

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    I am using:

    10 private proxies
    200 connections (it stays capped the whole time, I could probably bump this)
    250k auto approved blogs list
    85 spun comments (65% unique)

    I post to about 30k blogs in 10 minutes, and about 300 of those are successfully posted. No idea what percentage of those are actually going to stick. I used scrapebox on a friend's machine and he was going much much faster though and had a much much higher success rate.

    Considering I am using an auto approve blog list, I assumed I would have higher success rate. Any ideas on how to fix this?
     
  2. SuperLinks

    SuperLinks Elite Member

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    A lot has to so with your Scrapebox settings, which should be determined by your computer speed/internet connection.

    Keep in mind that auto approve lists get burned VERY quickly, so quickly in fact that if you bought it or found it on this forum its probably too late. You WON'T have good success with those lists, trust me I know.

    To maximize your results though be sure to change your Scrapebox settings, start with maximizing your timeout times for your Fast Poster to 90 seconds.

    Reduce the number of connections as well, I'd say move it down to 20-30 to test and see what kinda results you receive.

    Finally, change your link timeout to 90 seconds for link checker. That will help you with websites that have TONS of backlinks on them that will get errors under shorter timeout times.
     
  3. ekoee

    ekoee Junior Member

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    Have you tried reducing your connections? 50 is the recommended, slow, but you get a better success rate