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Scrapebox: Which blogs go in the failed list?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Fking, Mar 3, 2011.

  1. Fking

    Fking Regular Member

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    When fast posting to auto approve blogs, does scrapebox include in the failed count blogs that didn't return message upon submission?

    It seems that i'm finding my links on blogs that are in the failed list
     
  2. tejsin

    tejsin Power Member

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    Well, should do it. Anyway, you have a pretty good tool there :)
     
  3. Fking

    Fking Regular Member

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    is that a random comment? :>
     
  4. BigBoris

    BigBoris Regular Member

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    If your certain you didnt already post to the blogs in the failed list then i image it must!

    News to me but interesting all the same, i always pass the failed list through SB at least 2 more times anyway.
     
  5. JenniferMartin

    JenniferMartin Regular Member

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    Yes, you can expect about 5 - 10% links results in failed list.
     
  6. Fking

    Fking Regular Member

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    ok that's good to know
    i'll do some test on my own as well
     
  7. Fking

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    i did some test and there really are 3-5% of found links on the failed list
    (out of 150k urls sample size)

    good to know :)
    If you have the extra time scan your faileds for links, you will get few % more auto approve blogs

    too bad that's one of the heaviest operations to do