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ScrapeBox September 2010

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by fruges12, Aug 25, 2010.

  1. fruges12

    fruges12 Newbie

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    Hi All, 1st post...

    I am a scrapebox user and I am very happy with the theory of how it works BUT I have not seen any benefits from it yet even though I have been posting for over 1.5 months.

    I have a few questions on how to use it...

    1 of my sites is over 1.5 years old. When I am posting to wordpress blogs obviously a lot of the posts will get turned down. I post to 200 blogs daily, how many of those should (in theory be accepted). Is 200 blogs the correct amount to post daily???

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    When writing comments how should they be written? Here is an example of one of my comments:

    Hey mate, happy to have found your blog again. Lost your URL when my old computer broke. I had you saved in the bookmarks. I'm looking forward to stopping by again.

    I spin a few words within the comment... Is this the correct way to structure it?

    I hope someone can help me with this...

    Thanks
     
  2. beelzebubbles

    beelzebubbles Newbie

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    Scrapebox has been around for a little while so a lot of blog owners are used to seeing spammy comments and won't approve them. Make your comments less generic and you'll probably see a higher percentage of them being accepted.

    i.e. search for posts about Britney Spears plastic surgery and write your comment as "I don't think Britney has had surgery, but even if she has I don't care, it's all about the music for me!"
     
  3. trancecommunity

    trancecommunity Regular Member

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    Your using SB 1.5 months and your still posting them crap comments??

    Think outside the box

    or

    look for your niche and post relevant comments manually. youll see far better results
     
  4. ShiftySituation

    ShiftySituation Power Member

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    My favorite comment I used back when I first got SB was, "I just installed a computer that pulls out of the wall in my bathroom. This is the first blog that I read while taking a dump. No offense about your blog, just thought I'd let you know."
     
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  5. honeyandthemoon

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    How'd that work out for you? :p
     
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    xxf8xx Supreme Member

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    LOL that's a hilarious comment! As for the OP, make LONG posts and spin the shit out of them. Also, try commenting on Blog3ngine blogs instead of wordpress. If you insist on posting on wordpress make sure you use the d0f0ll0w/nofollow checker on them. I have been using sb for about 2 months now and I am seeing amazing results. You just have to think outside the (scrape)box :)
     
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  7. fruges12

    fruges12 Newbie

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    I find that if you search for a blog in my niche it turn out to have nothing to with what I am looking for...

    example... I searched online business or something like that and I got a blog on video games
     
  8. h4ckzor3

    h4ckzor3 BANNED BANNED

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    Same results when i try Blogengine... and i dont know whats the problem but i quit using scrapebox for like 3 months because i couldn`t get niche targeted blogs.
     
  9. ShiftySituation

    ShiftySituation Power Member

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    They don't have to be niche targeted. Search for things that you know about, use the dofoller checker, and spin comments based on what you searched for. It is going to be hit or miss regardless of how you do it but quit being so picky. Scrapebox isn't made to drive traffic to your site, it is made to build backlinks and move up in the serps. If you want targeted traffic, use FB or CL.
     
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    {hi|hello|whatup|hey} {dipshit|dumbass|fool|retard|assmunch lol} why {did'nt|dont} you {read|research|look|browse|search} the scrapebox thread? :D jk
     
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    h4ckzor3 BANNED BANNED

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    I`m not searching for targeted traffic... I`m actually looking for quality backlinks you know ... I just don`t want to have my backlink on a page called " Welcome to Blogspot.NET " spammed with 200 comments.
     
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    blairwitch Newbie

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    I think this is the best to use if you want to have 100% moderator accepted content.

    P.S. Please dont share this it took me months to put it together!

    {Hi} {I} {really} {like} {your} {blog!}


    LOL
     
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    hantamsajala Newbie

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    {wth|wtf} scrap3box is {aw3some|sup3rb|3asy} any {dumb4ss|stup!df*ck|r3tard} can easily {use|operate} it.

    Thanks for your posting:D
     
  14. gregstereo

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    Spin the holy hell out of your comments. Spinning a "few words" won't cut it - spin everything you can, words, phrases, even entire sentences. But then make sure that the spun syntax is reasonable English. I don't mean lack of typos - look at your average actual blog comment, people type these days like they text message and nobody really cares about that. I mean don't have shit like "Intimately I am assuring that your post is indubitably among the premiere of all in our time." and then several more sentences along the same lines. NO HUMAN writes like that.

    It's hard to guesstimate what a "good" percentage of successful comments would be, there are so many variables - quality of your proxies, uniqueness of comments, value of targets (high PR sites can have tighter moderation and scrutiny for example), quality of the initial harvest, etc.

    And on the one hand, I'd say disregard comments that wordpress commenting is dead or no follow backlinks are worthless (because I don't think either statement is true), but there are also plenty of things the sbox can do for you in addition to WP commenting.
     
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    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    That's your issue here

    Akismet will filter comments like this out without a thought.

    Of those that get through...

    Many will never see the light of day as the blogs in question are "dead" and set to admin appro.
    If the owner ever looks in his admin area he will show 1000's of posts awaiting approval - he will likely delete them all without a second thought.

    70% of those that are approved are no follow

    Answer.

    Don't rely on WP for posting

    It's great to use as your own platform.
    Pretty poor to post on others with
     
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    I've seen your comments at blog engines blogs. They're alot worse. ;)
     
  17. Grunge

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    Are you referring to the one that Sweetfunny is selling or is it a different Scrapebox altogether?
     
  18. gregstereo

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    A few thoughts on your post.

    You are correct about aki$met filtering out crap comments (or the same unspun or lightly-spun comment blasted to 1000's of blogs). Poor comments or comments/names laden with keywords and too many backlinks are among the usual suspects in poor success rates.

    One clarification I would add is that your terminology could confuse "dead" blogs versus those where admin must approve comments. Running the alive checker is always a good idea if you want to speed up your blasts, save on time and bandwidth, and increase your success rate.

    As far as approval queues, I have all my sites set to a certain level of moderation but approve selected comments periodically in order to get "fresh content" on my AB's (sometimes I even do a little selective editing on those comments before they get approved - make some commenters work for me).

    I can't speak for other blog mods, but I don't think they *all* automatically delete all the posts in their pending queue. As an example, I do a quick scan and automatically whack all those in Cyrillic, those that are 40-50 lines long but are just a mass of hyperlinks, etc.

    If you look at your targets, and esp. at how your target's platform works, you can gain more insight into how comments flow - for example, look at WP's defaults for comment handling. I would wager a lot of WP blog mods don't change from the defaults.

    And you are absolutely correct about not focusing on *just* WP commenting. There's so much more sbox can do, especially when combined with other tools, apps, and scripts....and even more importantly when combined with clever bhat thinking.

    peace - gregs.