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Targeted BLog commenting With scrapebox without typing a word

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by megler, Dec 25, 2010.

  1. megler

    megler Junior Member

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    I don't take credit for this at all. I found this video while trying to figure out Scrapebox.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZg1QhAk_FE

    However, I WILL take credit for finding a TweetAttacks alternative.

    If you don't want to use TweetAttacks for this method, try this blog post I found for using Google Docs to scrape Twitter comments:

    Code:
    http://www.brelson.com/wp-comments-post.php
    If you just want to go straight to the Google Doc:

    Code:
    http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0Ash8H8PmYM6JdENrNnkzX3l0ZkI2d2ZmZHBiOGtKNHc&hl=en
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    Code:
    http://www.virustotal.com/url-scan/report.html?id=689131724c7dbb99f5d81af452f23003-1293276609
    To use the YouTube example, if you want to search "justin beiber" with the Google Doc, then you'll use "justin%20beiber" -- without the quotes. just use %20 anywhere you would have a space.

    I didn't create any of this. Just sharing what I found and am finding useful. Hope this helps someone.
     
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  2. megler

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    ok, so bit of a snag in the Google Doc - it won't let you copy the comments or export them. ugh.

    Not out of the game yet, you can use Twitter API to get your results, just takes a bit longer:

    Code:
    http://search.twitter.com/search.atom?q=justin+beiber
    This is going to pull the same basic result as the google doc. But it will only give you 20 results. To work around that, you'll add:

    Code:
    http://search.twitter.com/search.atom?q=justin+beiber[B]&rpp=20&page=2[/B]
    
    just change the page number to the next one up. (ie. 3,4,5 etc). Copy/paste your chosen comments into a txt file. You're off and running.

    Ok, so this isn't super automated, but I don't have 150.00 for TweetAttacks right now, so this is my ghetto workaround. You can still use the Google Doc to do a quick search and see if you find comments you want to use. Or skip it altogether and just use the Twitter API search feature.
     
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    allready use this method and its great, the downside is that for the blogs that is not autoaprove the most will be considerd as spam, so they will nevver be aproved, but if you dont care about that its great.
     
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    I'm starting to believe that "moderated comments" mean "you get nothing" - no matter how well you do your commenting. LOL.
     
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    Moderated comments simply mean that the admin has to approve the comment before it is displayed.. if you don't alarm the Askimet filter system with trigger-words or hyperlinks they should display just fine though.