Universal Database of Minimum Posts with No-anchor-text

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Many blogs, forums, require a minimum number of posts (usually 15) before you can post anchor text/back links. It is good, therefore, to seek out these high Pagerank, do-follow sites, with the first post non-spam (manual post) and then spun articles pertain to keyword relevant news items, then once minimum is met, post spun anchor text/articles.

But how do you find these blogs/forums? What is the best way to scrape the minimum post number, or just assume 15-20 non-anchor-text posts?
 
Pagerank has been dead for around 2 years now.

Forums that require a certain amount of posts will most likely be moderated. No idea how you expect to get away there with spun content.

If you were to post actual content, then yes. That could get you some very decent traffic. You could even rank that particular page as a parasite for more traffic.
 
The best forums you can post on are relevant to your niche, forums are heavily moderated by admins,
as well as users. This forum is the worst of them all :D

You can however most of the time find a lounge style section on most forums for general chit chat,
and if your site has nothing to do with the forum, you can get away with posting.

Its worth building up a good forum list, and figuring out what the minimum post count for links is.
Many forums still have signatures too, no matter how many posts you done,
and there is also the homepage in your profile.

You absolutely can't get away with spun text on most decent forums, "Yes this is great" "really nice post" "Great writeup"
You are better of writing the content fresh, and commenting something relevant about the post.
 
Pagerank has been dead for around 2 years now.

Forums that require a certain amount of posts will most likely be moderated. No idea how you expect to get away there with spun content.

If you were to post actual content, then yes. That could get you some very decent traffic. You could even rank that particular page as a parasite for more traffic.
I guess Yandex or Alexa would be better? I say Pagerank only because that is what Google uses, but they don't publish the criteria for the score, but there is a way through SEO Quake/SEMRush, WebCEO to interpolate ("crack") the formula, with the safe assumption backlinks with original content (high demand, low competition, trending upward, many databases like Google Trends Google does not index), spun with data merge and low plagiarism scores, that can yield a high ranking regardless of the metric.

My strategy (I'm a newbie) is to manual post the first few posts on high ranking competitive keyword sites, more likely authority URL's with do-follows after likely moderator approves backlinks, no solicitation or anchor text after 15 bulk "editorial" or political/emotional content not likely to be banned, spaced apart 3 times a day, then after 5-7 days, use anchor text, but remain in an editorial context, using trending current affairs issues to persuade others (moderators) this is not a spammy sale's pitch.
 
I guess Yandex or Alexa would be better? I say Pagerank only because that is what Google uses, but they don't publish the criteria for the score, but there is a way through SEO Quake/SEMRush, WebCEO to interpolate ("crack") the formula, with the safe assumption backlinks with original content (high demand, low competition, trending upward, many databases like Google Trends Google does not index), spun with data merge and low plagiarism scores, that can yield a high ranking regardless of the metric.

Why would you use that kind of stuff? If you want some wild estimate, check the referring domains of those domains. Or trust flow/UR, whatever your heard desires. You are trying to run the latest games with 20 years old PC.

Good luck finding a decent forum where moderator approves spun content.
 
Spun content for me means spinning my own personalized templates with some synonym spins for posts that go to other moderated sites, not seen by other moderators, but designed to put you on top of 10-20 competitor authority URL's.

I don't quite under stand the best metric for ranking pages and understanding the best way to find authority URL's, I am using an old version of Scrapebox and not sure how to employ better metrics or get a better version of Scrapebox.
 
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