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Scrapebox - sticky comments?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by aamcle, Feb 12, 2010.

  1. aamcle

    aamcle Registered Member

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    I've yet to fire up scrapebox for a real blast, so far I've harvester a bunch of URL's and checked down to the page pr.
    I'm thinking that I will manually comment the highest PR pages (PR5+) and blast a few 100's of the others.

    I can work out what to post manually, read the blog join in and so on, but what should use as the autoposted comments?

    I know that some members here have good experience and I'm hoping your willing to share a bit.



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  2. dandan

    dandan Regular Member

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    if you need ideas i would do a small scrape of wp blogs with some popular keywords such as loans, mortgages etc..

    Then just go through a handful of them and you will see what kind of comments stick and that are not really related to post content at all...

    Take note of them, change them around abit etc..

    You should get plenty of ideas..:D:D
     
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  3. aamcle

    aamcle Registered Member

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    Good thinking Dandan, I'll do that thanks :)


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    Use the spinnable syntax (aka tokenizing) heavily. Power Article Rewriter can help a lot with that. But so can a thesaurus. Just make sure that your spun comments form proper English (or whatever language you're posting in). A lot of comments that start off like:

    blah blah blah will easily be nailed as spam. But spun syntax, used properly, e.g.:

    for part of a comment relating to kittens will help your approval rate quite a bit.

    peace,
    gregs.